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More Insider Details: the 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang

All Eyes On the All New 2016 Ford Shelby GT350

The news that Ford provided for the Shelby GT350 version of the Mustang is a big hit in the industry, and attracted much well deserved attention! We provided a short analysis of the Shelby GT350 yesterday, check it out.


Today, we at checked out the GT350 Mustang in person during the LA auto show, and had a chance to talk to Mr. Jamal Hameedi, Chief Engineer of Ford SVT, for more details.

Mr. Hameedi confirmed that Ford is still working on the final production version of the GT350, so at this moment many items in the specification are not available yet...

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LA Auto Show: The Lexus LF-C2 Concept

The Lexus FL-C2 Concept, If Looks Could Kill

We all heard the news that Lexus was bringing its latest convertible concept to the 2014 LA auto show. Was it just a myth? The good news is, NO, it’s not a myth. Today we were able to see this car in person and if looks could kill, we would not be writing this article for you!


Basically speaking, the LF-C2 concept can be considered an indication of the RC convertible. We had a chance to interview the LF-C2 concept’s chief designer: Mr. Yasuo Kajino, Group Manager of the Lexus Design Division.

I asked Mr...

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The 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata, and Mazda’s Future Plan

2016 MX-5 At the 2014 LA Auto Show

There were TONS of redesigns at the LA AutoShow, believe us. Mazda ALSO displayed the completely-redesigned 2016 MX-5 Miata and we got the first look.


Previously you only say leather wrapping and stitched dashes on luxury cars but NOWadays leather wrapped and stitched dashes seems to be a new norm for the automobile industry. You can see the new MX-5 Miata is now flaunting leather all over.


Interview with Mazda’s Managing Exec

I had a chance to discuss Mazda’s future product plan with Mr. Masahiro Moro, Managing Executive Officer, Global Sales Coordination of Mazda.


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LA Auto Show: The 2016 Cadillac ATS-V Sedan and Coupe

The All New 2016 ATS-V At The LA Auto Show

Today at the 2014 LA auto show, Cadillac officially released the 2016 ATS-V, in both coupe and the sedan.


We’ll go over some highlights in the official press release later. But first we want to share our interview with Mr. David Leone, Cadillac’s Executive Chief Engineer.

2016_Cadillac_ATS-V_LAShow_5’s Interview With Cadillac’s Executive Chief Engineer

1. For the “structural stiffness increased by 25 percent” mentioned in the press release, the most accurate message is: it is actually the front section of the car (body structure in front of the firewall) increased by 25 percent. The whole body’s torsional stiffness, according to Mr...

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2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang: Short Analysis

Following the official release of the 2016 GT350 Mustang, we wanted to share our brief analysis of this special monstrous sports car.

First of all, the 2016 GT350 has most of the necessary gears that you need on the track, for example:

1. Torsen limited-slip rear differential
2. MagneRide dampers

But the spotlight is focusing on the naturally aspirated 5.2L V8, which redline is said to be between 8,200 rpm and 8,300rpm


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Just by looking at the description, you may not think the engine is that special – because large displacement naturally aspirated V8 engines are not something uncommon in the US...

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