Archive for October, 2009

The Mazda Furai Concept Makes Me Think Naughty Thoughts

Sunday, October 18th, 2009

Hot cha cha!  Mazda, man.  Mazda. Who would have thought  Mazda would have come up with a concept that looks so much like sex on wheels.  Good sex on wheels, if you will forgive me for TMI.

I mean, sure.  Over the years, Mazda has come up with plenty of cars and concepts that I like, that I think are cute or cool or what have you, but the Mazda Furai concept seriously makes me weak in the knees.

This racer, revealed last year in that steel machine of a city, Detroit, is a very racy interpretation of Mazda’s Nagare design, which was understandably award winning.

I don’t even have a lot to say involving specs and all of that, because frankly, I can’t stop drooling over my keyboard.  So if you all will excuse me, the Furai and myself need to be alone for a little while…

Finding The Perfect Used Car!

Saturday, October 17th, 2009

Picking out a car is something that is very, very difficult.  It is an investment you know and you are probably going to paying on it for a while … and have it for a while.

This is why making sure that you are finding the perfect car is so important.  If you are on a budget, getting yourself a used car might be the best option.  You want to find a used car with low miles and one that has a carfax history, for you know exactly where this car has been.

Used cars are a great investment and one that you should not take lightly.

The New Volkswagen Concept

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

There comes a point where you have to wonder if Volkswagen can ever possibly go wrong — then again, maybe I just wonder that myself, since I am by and large a steady fan of VW vehicles.

Still, you have to admit that the new Volkswagen L1 concept is quite the interesting automobile. Not so surprisingly, the car was recently unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show. It is a diesel electric hybrid vehicle, made out of carbon fiber and aluminum.

It weighs a mere three hundred and eighty kilograms and can seat two people. You get into the car through a canopy — side hinted and operated electrically — designed to maximize the vehicle’s aerodynamic efficiency.