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중국 하이마 M3 세단 고화질 사진들 - 2012 광저우모터쇼

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2013 SRT 바이퍼 고화질 새로운 사진들

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2012년 하반기부터 국내에서 판매될 쉐보레 트랙스의 복스홀 쌍둥이 버전임. 2012 복스홀 모카 고화질 사진들.

디자인이 트랙스와는 조금 다르고 영국 이외에선 오펠 모카로 판매된다.

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  1. Favicon of http://blog.raystyle.net Ray 2012.10.10 23:22

    개인적으론 외관 디자인만 보면.. 모카가 트랙스가 훨씬 나아보입니다.

    아스트라 라인업도 국내에 나와줬으면 하지만..

  2. Favicon of https://www.carimage.net 카이미지넷 2012.10.11 00:05 신고

    저도 비슷한 생각입니다만 나와보면 알겠죠. 결국은 값과 브랜드 밸류에서 갈릴 듯 하네요^^

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오펠 아담의 영국 버전인 2013 복스홀 아담(Vauxhall Adam) 고화질 사진들 - 2012 파리모터쇼

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2004년 미국 디트로이트모터쇼에 출품되어 2005년부터 2006년형으로 생산 시작된 폰티악 솔스티스.



For Release: Jan. 4, 2004

 SOLSTICE ADDS NEW DIMENSION TO PONTIAC’S PERFORMANCE RENAISSANCE

 

DETROIT – Bringing the popular concept car to life, GM announced production of the Pontiac Solstice roadster as a 2006 model. The vehicle is expected in dealer showrooms in fall 2005.

 First shown as a concept at the 2002 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, the Solstice immediately gained a huge following, both inside and outside of General Motors. Designed from the ground up in less than four months, the 2002 Solstice concept car promised thrilling, open-air driving freedom in the spirit of the great roadsters of the past.

 Built on GM’s new Kappa architecture, the production model remains true to the original Solstice concept, including rear-wheel drive, two-passenger seating and a reverse hinged clamshell hood that opens to reveal a sophisticated double overhead cam variable-valve four-cylinder engine.

 “True to the thinking behind the original concept, the production Solstice is all about being a ‘back-to-basics’ roadster with gorgeous lines and fun-to-drive characteristics,” said Bob Lutz, GM vice chairman of product development and chairman of GM North America. “The key enabler of Solstice is the new Kappa rear-wheel-drive architecture and component set, which allows us to rapidly and efficiently develop an appealing family of compact and affordable sports cars.”

 

Emotional design, rigid backbone

Strong response to the 2002 Solstice concept vehicle helped put the sports car on the fast track to production. But while the concept was designed with production-style elements, there was no compact rear-wheel-drive platform at GM on which to build it. Creating a production version of the concept vehicle required marrying the Solstice’s curvaceous design to an entirely new performance body-chassis architecture.

 The robust Kappa architecture features state-of-the-art, full-length hydroformed frame rails and a stamped steel structural tunnel to provide a solid structure to enhance vehicle handling.

 To ensure an affordable, world-class driving experience, Solstice was created with a clever blend of all-new technology and proven GM components.

Solstice’s power is created by a new 2.4-liter variable-valve version of the Ecotec DOHC four-cylinder engine, producing about 170 horsepower. Its twin-cam, multi-valve design provides stirring, high-revving performance, while the engine’s lightweight, all-aluminum construction helps optimize the vehicle’s front-to-rear balance. At the start of production, Solstice will be offered with a close-ratio Aisin five-speed manual transmission.

 “With the concept vehicle, people immediately felt the emotional appeal of Solstice’s design and back-to-basics philosophy – it’s about performance, but in a fun, agile, affordable roadster,” said Lynn Myers, Pontiac-GMC general manager. “All the stops were pulled out to make sure the production model delivers an exhilarating driving experience to capitalize on the ‘promise’ of the Solstice’s design.”

 Faithfulness to the concept can be seen in Solstice’s proportions, which are comparable in terms of overhangs, wheelbase and track width. Independent front and rear suspensions that feature independent SLA designs with forged aluminum upper and lower control arms contribute to responsive handling. Monotube shock absorbers and coil springs contribute to uncompromised handling response and sporty driving characteristics while the wheels-at-the-corners wide stance enhances handling. Eighteen-inch wheels and tires are standard, as are four-wheel disc brakes.

 The interior is oriented around the driver, with a clean design and intuitive controls. “The interior of the Solstice is surprisingly spacious, especially for a smaller car,” said Lori Queen, vehicle line executive for GM’s small cars. “We wanted to create a comfortable environment suitable for longer drives without sacrificing the ‘personal’ feeling of a driver’s car.”

 Clean lines, clever details

Designers worked carefully to transfer the clean lines and taut proportions of the concept vehicle to the production model.

 “Put them side by side and it’s very difficult to tell the production model from the concept,” said Franz Von Holzhausen, design manager. “The front and rear fascias are slightly longer on the production model, but overall the car remains faithful to the concept – it’s a minimalist approach that emphasizes proportion.”

 The Solstice’s proportions are accented with five-spoke wheels and a low, wide stance. A dual-port grille and expressive lighting at all corners instantly identifies the car as a Pontiac. Unexpected details include a body-color extension into the passenger compartment that gives the Solstice an integrated appearance when the top is down. In fact, the top folds flat into the rear clamshell opening, providing a smooth seamless appearance.  

 “There is no visible stack from the folded top to disturb the shape,” said Von Holzhausen. “In fact, there are no extraneous lines whatsoever; it has a tight, purposeful look, as if it were shrink-wrapped around the driver.”

 “We insisted on a lower ride height to ensure the car’s sporty appearance,” said Von Holzhausen. “That makes it the lowest, most ground-hugging car at GM.  We were adamant that the Solstice look absolutely right from all angles.”

 Creative leveraging of GM resources, as well as clever solutions to other needs, helped complete the Solstice’s design efficiently and economically. For example, the rear corner lamps are from the GMC Envoy, while door handles, fog lamps, seats, engine and transmission are shared with other GM vehicles.

 However, some parts are all Solstice. The taillamps, for instance, were designed with special reflectors to eliminate the need for a separate side marker light. This not only contributes to the car’s sleek design, but also eliminates the cost of a separate marker lens and bulb.

 Interior design is equally purposeful and clever, with details like pedals placed for easy heel-and-toe driving and a cockpit-style instrument panel that sweeps around the driver. Designers also worked with chassis engineers to optimize the placement of the shifter. Manual shifter throws between gear changes were studied and shortened.

“When you sit down in the car, your hand naturally falls onto the shifter,” said Vicki Vlachakis, interior designer. “It’s a very intuitive, comfortable environment, and the feel of the shifter between gears is very short and precise. Designers and chassis engineers worked together to tune the best placement.”

 A turning point

The production Solstice announcement further enhances a re-energized Pontiac lineup that already includes the all-new GTO and G6, Grand Prix, Vibe and a V-8-powered Bonneville GXP. 

 “Solstice is a vehicle that captures the passion and pleasure of open-air driving,” said Myers. “Everyone at GM recognized that adding it to Pontiac’s portfolio would make another strong statement about Pontiac’s renaissance.”

 Its fast-track approval and development process come on the heels of a similar rapid decision process that helped launch the 2004 GTO in 18 months.

 “The GTO and Solstice complement each other by offering ‘book-end’ approaches to Pontiac’s performance offerings,” said Myers. “Like its V-8 powered stable mate, Solstice adds another dimension to a growing lineup of clean, uncompromising performance vehicles.”

 

2006 PONTIAC SOLSTICE PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS

                                      

General

 

Body/chassis structure:

spaceframe

Body material:

hydroform/stamped steel

Chassis material:

aluminum/steel

Suspension

 

Front:

SLA w/coil-over, monotube shock

Rear:

SLA w/coil-over, monotube shock

Wheels (in):

18 x 8.5 aluminum

Tires

 

Front:

P245/45R18

Rear:

P245/45R18

Tire brand:

Goodyear

Brakes:

4-wheel disc w/ ABS option

Dimensions

 

Height (in / mm):

50.2 / 1274

Length (in / mm):

157.2 / 3994

Width (in / mm):

71.6 / 1819

Wheelbase (in / mm):

95.1 / 2415

Track (in / mm)

 

Front:

60.5 / 1537

Rear:

61.2 / 1555

Weight (lb / kg):

2860  / 1300  (estimated)

Powertrain

 

Engine:

2.4L DOHC I-4 Ecotec (LE5)

Displacement (cu in / cc):

145 / 2400

Horsepower (hp / kw) @ rpm:

170 / 127  @ 6400

Torque (lb-ft / Nm) @ rpm:

170 / 230  @ 4400

Transmission:

MW5 Aisin 5-spd manual



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2004년 디트로이트모터쇼(북미모터쇼)에 출품된 새턴 커브(Saturn Curve) 컨셉트카 고화질 사진들

GENERAL

BODY/CHASSIS STRUCTURE body-frame integral

BODY MATERIAL fiberglass panels over steel tube structure

CHASSIS MATERIAL steel

SUSPENSION 4-wheel, fully independent Kappa-based

FRONT low arm SLA w/ coil-over shocks

REAR low arm SLA w/ coil-over shocks

WHEELS 20'' milled billet aluminum, 8.5'' rim depth

TIRES

FRONT F245/40R20

REAR F245/45R20

TIRE BRAND Continental

BRAKES Delphi, GMX 295 Sport package;

2-piston front and rear,

323-mm front rotors, 320-mm rear rotors

DIMENSIONS

HEIGHT (in / mm) 49.1 / 1247

LENGTH (in / mm) 56.5 / 3975

WIDTH (in / mm) 76.7 / 1950

WHEELBASE (in / mm) 107 / 2717

TRACK (in / mm)

FRONT 60.5 / 1537

REAR 61.2 / 1555

POWERTRAIN

ENGINE Ecotec 2.2L supercharged DOHC I-4

TECHNOLOGIES variable valve timing, variable intake

manifold, 2-step variable valve actuation

SUPERCHARGER INTERCOOLING air-to-water

DISPLACEMENT (cu in / cc) 134 / 2200

HORSEPOWER (hp / kw) @ rpm 230 / 171 @ 6200

TORQUE (lb-ft / Nm) @ rpm 220 / 298 @ 4200

TRANSMISSION Getrag 5-spd manual

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