Aiyanna’s love affair with automobiles never ends. She firmly believes that automobile is a direct statement on who is the person driving it. She loves “transformation” and her automobile clearly speaks of that.
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You Blushed Pink on Wedding
Travel at the Comfort of Your Home
Invisibly Invincible Work of Art
Who Said Floppy Isn’t for Magnets?
Volkswagen Beetle Transformed into Phantoms
Dr. No Said Yes to Sunbeam Alpine, Series 5
An Entire Ride With James Bond
The Man Behind the Most Beautiful Car
Cars for Midgets
10 Supercars on the Go!
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
You Blushed Pink on Wedding
It’s gonna be a big event this year. But then again, before you hit the wedding aisle, you gotta be prepared of everything that is needed for the wedding. So have with you the checklist to get started. And don’t forget to include in the list the quintessential wedding transport for your nuptials.
There was this chauffer who uncontrollably reacted when he sees the different wedding cars in the garage. He even asked, “Is this car for a wedding?” While the wedding cars look great, you have to take a tough grip. Why? The price jumps just by mentioning about wedding.
A two minute ride to the wedding venue would cost you more than what you can imagine. You might think that the rental service tries to milk you for all your worth just because it’s for a wedding. But think again and examine this further. You’ll know the price difference might seem reasonable. Take a look at these pink bridal cars below…
This pink night light also features a white poodle in the driver’s seat. I tell you, the moment a bride ride on this car, she’ll definitely see them gasping with awe as they look at it while approaching the wedding venue. Its high glaze ceramic finish with chrome accents was well-crafted.
Here’s another head-turner, a pink Hummer Limousine…
Have you heard about the patron saint of pink car auctions? Yes, Lady Penelope hasn’t changed a bit since her international espionage days. Its amazing transformation turned out to be true that it is indeed a work of art and excellence.
How about you? You might have planned to hire one of these best bridal cars. It’s still good to have the best wedding car even if the venue is just a two minute drive from home. This is so good to be true especially if it’s going to be a June wedding, which is everybody’s preferred wedding date. So it must be well-planned and won’t leave you behind.
A joyous occasion such as this can certainly be a happy moment while you have to understand that the stakes are very high when it’s all about the preparations and all. Of course, the wedding car has to be valeted, ribbons and floral decorations prepared and don’t forget the champagne to chill.
Weddings are generally a joyous occasion, a happy time, which a good chauffeur will enjoy too. However, the stakes are very high. The car will need to be valeted, ribbons and floral decorations prepared and the
Were you born a traveler? So am I, as I want to get to places every now and then to get a glimpse on everything that a woman haven’t seen yet or where you would always want to be. Traveling to many outside locations probably for a long vacation or let us just say, a simple weekend getaway can uplift our spirit, renewing us once again into a whole lot better being. And this makes a traveler in me said all these thoughts. But as what the cliché goes, “It feels good to be back at home” is always true. And that’s the reason why I have been eyeing on the Motor Homes since I was just a little girl.
Allow me to take you to what I call, “a traveler’s home”…
The Luxurious Motorhome living room/kitchen
Getting one allows you to gain access to multiple benefits of owning a Motorhome. Like what I have said, you’ll get to travel to many places you want either for a long vacation or just a simple weekend getaway. Sure, you can do all these with your car, but then again, a Motorhome is something different. And it offers far more different than that of a car. There’s no reason to spend for a time-consuming planning as to whether you would stay, eat and cook food, and for some to look for a car rental service. It’s all because a Motorhome can provide you with the simple solution for all these dilemmas.
Luxurious Motorhome Bedroom
Getting access to the basic household items, appliances and other amenities is also one thing that makes Motor home the best choice for a born traveler. So why deal with all those uncomfortable hotel stays when you can stay at home comfortably and get to see different places you want? You will also be able to prepare all the things that you need in such a way that everything that is needed in your trip is always available whenever you want them.
Luxurious Motorhome Entertainment Room
Needless to say, a ride with a Motorhome is definitely a fun-filled experience, or should I say a ride with no boundaries. You can do whatever you want, cook your food, sleep and even take a shower. This isn’t just beneficial for vacation trips, but also to long business trips when your family can tag along with you anywhere you go. Plus, it gives you the freedom to change destinations, letting you save money on checking in hotels and dining in restaurants.
Motorhome is renowned to be
Now you tell me, “Would you believe that what you actually see in these pictures are within a running motorhome?” Believe it or not, you can find all means to travel in the comfort of your home. Take a look at the picture below to prove to you that all these are in one vehicle.
It may look like a bus, but you don’t call it as such since it’s a “Motorhome”.
The way I perceive it makes me realize one thing that a comfortable traveler can find the right place for his/her comfort is the inside of a motorhome. I could see the benefits of owning one beyond the comfort it would ensure. As for me, owning a motorhome is definitely the right way to go especially when you often leave home to have fun. It indeed brings the outdoor life to your doorstep with the comforts and pleasure that you can get to experience inside your own home. Yes, all these are possible-to go wherever and whenever you want.
Vast improvements in motorhomes have been seen in the last 20 years. But I suggest that you get started in purchasing an older model first. A Motorhome FYI is not driven every day like cars. So it has a lesser chance to wear out easily.
I stumbled upon this photo days ago and it seems that a movie of James Bond flashed back all of a sudden. I forgot the title of that James Bond series, but when I look at this picture, it resembles the car in the movie. The invisible feature of James Bond’s car made me wondered if there is such a thing like that in real life. I’ve actually been sent to my wild imaginations, thinking more of the “if’s”.
Oh well, going back to this art which I entitled, “Invisibly Invincible Work of Art” is no doubt a “head-turner”. I bet you didn’t know what model is this. It’s actually a Subaru WRX, which Benedict Radcliffe, the head of experimental design at the Glasgow Consultancy Stand has transformed into a wire frame outline. If you want to see it with your own naked eyes, you just have to pay a drop at the Paul Smith gallery. It sits outside
At the moment, I am still wondering how this artist came up with such a work of art. It’s almost invisible if without the lights. What do you think guys? It’s really awesome and I could even say “wow!” several times. You also find it great, don’t you? If you take a look at it at first glance, you might think that it also resembles a styling buck. Some of you may not believe that this is indeed a real deal.
You got to believe it; art has its own show-time, anyway. The man behind this art had his creative juices flowed into creating his own design. And look at his end product; it’s definitely an invincible work of art. It turned out to be a thing of beauty sourced out from scrap, underwent construction process, and finally a real head-turner driving machine.
It only took me a few years to grow up and finally get in touch with computers. Most of you are computer geeks too so you probably know what I mean. Now that I am counting on the years, I remember one thing that made me wonder where on earth I stored those floppy disks. Yes, to reminisce them made me realized how far I have gone through in this computer age. How about you? Have you still kept a few of them in your dusty boxes?
You got to read further. There was a woman named Lara Weigand who found her boxes of discarded floppy disks. She suddenly came up with an idea to upgrade her 1998 Honda Civic’s exterior. And guess what she did. She actually made used of her unused boxes of floppy disks. You have to believe it, she actually transformed her Honda Civic into something catchy, and there’s even better than such description. How about magnificent?
Upgraded 1998 Honda Civic Exterior
She gathered all these 3.5” and 4.25” floppy disks and painted them. There are hundreds of them that Lara glued on her car. Since she already started upgrading the exterior, Lara also decided to upgrade her vehicle’s storage capacity by at least half a gig. She even upgraded the security features so she “write-protected” most of these disks. As soon as you get into the car, you will be able to see a dash plastered with sheets of punch cards and windows bordered by computer keys. Everything has to look real and unique, so Lara also accessorizes the wheels with processor chips, while the door handles are covered with ESC keys. And look at what she got at the rear. Yes, you are actually staring at her car’s license plate as it says there, “DSKDRV”.
Such a brilliant mind she got there, right? So if you are a bit tired of the way your ride appears, you may also do the same thing. Hit those boxes of floppy disks. Don’t worry they aren’t afraid of magnets.
You heard it for a couple of times that beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder. And I am not so sure if you will agree with me when I say that an artistic expression of one may not be the same as what others can perceive it. In fact, your art can make another man vomit if I would exaggerate it. Now that I’m up to car designs and all, I would do whatever I want to express this artistic inclination I have in me. I just felt like I had to share it. Who knows, it may also inspire others to come up with something based on their artistry.
So let’s get into car fashion today. I will be showing you unique car designs, which I entitled for today as the “Passion on Fashion”.
VW as PHANTOMS
I am giving the man behind this creativity a two “THUMBS UP!” Yes, William Burge did very well in the transformation of a 1968 Volkswagen Beetle. He crafted it by collecting all of those little pieces that have fallen off from the beetle. It turned out really impressive as compared to the Bug’s original and once-ubiquitous countenance.
If you are going to count these metals, you will know that there are actually 21, 000 gigashards of metal available, and that's more metal than a '68 Type 1 contained. The steady diet of replacement parts doesn’t even account to its body shell. It captured the attention of many during the car's exhibition at the Essen Motor Show, an exhibit concerned with all the levels in the car artistry.
It has been said that the cathedrals and castles in the city will be the future European Capital of Culture in the year 2010. And this gargoyle-themed Volkswagen beetle fits right in these areas. Its painstaking metal work won’t get lost on the home of the Krupp Iron Works. In fact, it is named as the “Phantoms”.
So if you wish to drive the same car as he does, you are definitely going to discourage parking in front of your homes.
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
It was in the year 1962 when the first James Bond film was shown in the cinemas. Obviously, I don’t exist yet by then, but I am grateful enough to watch that film entitled, “Dr. No”. Sean Connery did the best role and he even drove the first car featured in the James Bond’s films. It was light-blue convertible, a Sunbeam Alpine, series 5 (a 1961 model year car).
This car originated not from bread or the toasters, but in
Here are the specifications of this first James Bond car ever used.
Engine: Four cylinder unit with five-bearing crankshaft, aluminium cylinder head and push rod operated inclined overhead valves. Twin Zenith/Stromberg 150 CD carburettors. Four rubber mountings absorb vibration. Sealed crankcase ventilation. Oil cooler.
Bore and Stroke: 3.21 in. x 3.25 in. (81.5 mm. x 82.55 mm.).
Unitary construction of chassis and body includes an 'X' bracing and gives exceptional strength and rigidity with light weight and low centre of gravity.
Wheels: Five pressed steel wheels with cooling apertures, four fitted with polished nave plates and wheel trims. Spare wheel housed vertically in luggage compartment.
The model was considered to be unspectacular; hence, it remained to be hardly worth mentioned through James Bond’s film discussions. Same thing with the Chevrolet Bel-Air used when James Bond was fetched by a taxi driver in the airport in
Saturday, March 8, 2008
A lady that I am and a self-proclaimed James Bond fanatic, I admittedly say that I admire him for being a man with appeal. And not just that, what I admired him the most are the innovative technologies he use in his films. The guns down to the cars, he is really a man whom girls would ever dream of. Include my name because I am not shy at all, especially when I got a glimpse of James Bond’s film vehicles. Here they are…
1. English Sport Cars and Luxury Automobiles for 007
Were you able to watch the first movie entitled, “Dr. No (1962)”? Sean Connery was the first James Bond who drove a Sunbeam Alpine, series 5, from the 1961 model year. It was a light-blue convertible. When he was fetched by a taxi driver at the airport in
In the year 1963, another movie followed entitled, “In From Russia with Love” where James bond rode a 4 1/2 Liter Bentley Sports Tourer, which is the favorite car of the author of James Bond novels, Ian Fleming. The next car he rode was a black Rolls Royce in
2. The Aston Martin DB 5 from Goldfinger
In the year 1959 when Ian Fleming’s novel entitled, “Goldfinger” was published; James Bond in the novel had driven an Aston Martin DB 5. And it was his first time to ride on it since he would often drive Bentleys.
3. The Aston Martin DB 5 from Thunderball (1965)
It was in the year 1965 in the film entitled, “Thunderball” when one of the three vehicles appeared again in James Bond’s next appearance.
In the films, “Golden Eye (1995)” and “Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)” James Bond’s Aston Martin DB 5 appeared again for several times.
It was in
5. Flying Cars in “The Man with the Golden Gun" (1974)
A Matador Coupe model, a car that is capable of flying with a jump-off speed at 64.36 km/h.
6. Lotus Esprit in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Esprit from Lotus was the newest design presented and had been chased by a black Ford Taunus on the winding Costa Esmeralda.
7. Lotus Esprit Turbo in For Your Eyes Only (1981)
A white Esprit Turbo was used in the film, “For Your Eyes Only” in the year 1981.
8. Citroën 2 CV in For Your Eyes Only (1981)
Another car that performed some amazing tricks in the same film, “For Your Eyes Only” was a bright yellow Deux Chevaux, a Citroën 2 CV.
9. The Aston Martin DBS Models and the V8 Vantage in “The Living Daylights” (1987)
In the film, “Diamonds are Forever” in 1971, James Bond used another Aston Martin DBS Model but hasn’t been noticed unless you become very attentive. In the film, “The Living Daylights (1987),” James Bond used a V8 Vantage, a Volanter version.
10. German Cars on 007 Missions
If you will notice, James Bond had used German cars for years. A black Mercedes 190 coupe in the film, “Gold Finger”, seven BMW 200 CS models in the film, “You Only Live Twice (1967)”, a black Mercedes Benz 250 SE model and also a VW were used.
11. The First BMW Appearance: Octopussy (1983)
It was in the year 1983 in the film, “Octopussy” when James Bond had driven a stolen Alfa Romeo through the streets of
12. Bond’s Motor Works – BMW Equips 007
The film entitled, “Golden Eye” which was prepared during the summer of 1994 had made used of the Z3 roadster from BMW as James Bond’s official car.
13. BMW Lives Twice in Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
That Z3 roadster from BMW had attracted the attention of many so it was still used for the second time in the film, “Tomorrow Never Dies”.
14. Made in
James Bond film, “The World Is Not Enough” had made used of BMW model again. It was a Z8 sports car driven by Pierce Brosnan.
Friday, March 7, 2008
Every time we look into those beautiful cars on the road, we would sometimes wonder how the concepts have been brought up and who the people were behind their developments. While I drifted my thoughts on this, I finally met Henrik Fisker on the net. I didn’t have a chance to have a face-to-face talk with him so I just suit myself reading on an interview with him.
Let me share with you how all these designs were formed and how Henrik Fisker become excellent in his field which have actually put him to fame as the “Master Car Designer.”
Taking pictures out of sheer wonder has caught me by surprise when I am able to see what I had actually viewed on through my naked eyes and that of the lens. These beautiful cars I have seen in my entire life are definitely magnificent if I have to exaggerate it. But such is just the appropriate description to use, especially if it was Henrik Fisker who crafted them, the designs in particular.
It is just pretty timely that all the queries I have in mind were answered by Henrik Fisker on a Three-Part Interview with him. Of course, good design and cost must go hand and hand. So the curious “me” had this intention of knowing how does true design excels as compared to the gimmicks of the other auto manufacturers.
When asked by Jake Stride about the cost of beauty, the master car designer responded, “...a design that is beautiful – except for the manufacturing challenges – is no more expensive to make than an ugly design. There is no excuse, really, for doing an ugly design.”
Then he continued discussing how he has gained inspiration on this when he stated, “But where do I get the idea for the design? Whenever I’m awake, I think about cars. It’s not really something that’s from 9 to 4, and it’s not even exclusive to the 5 days a week; it is 7 days a week. It’s when I drive to work, I look at cars and I wonder, “Why’d they do that? I would not have done it like that.” Whenever I watch television, I always watch what cars people are driving…everything, it’s always cars. I think my inspiration just comes out of looking at cars, looking at what type of people are in cars, looking at how light reflects on the cars, that’s how I get my ideas. And I always have more ideas than I have cars to do, so I don’t think there’s ever a danger of running out of ideas. It’s more the other way around; you don’t have enough opportunity to actually put your ideas out.”
And just like anyone else, Henrik Fisker had gathered his own perception and expectations in doing what he loves. He even said, “One of the things I wanted to change – which is just a detail, really – is that I wanted to get away from having carpet on the doors. I felt it was really ridiculous to have carpet on the doors, just because a lot of people kick the door. I thought, “This is an Aston Martin, this is a high quality car, and the interior is like an expensive leather couch.” You don’t put a carpet patch on an expensive Italian leather couch at home because somebody might kick it. You clean it after, or you make sure they don’t kick it. So, there is no carpet on the doors of the DB9. This was an important thing to take out.”
To sum it all up, Henrik Fisker has taught me and even those who have come to read his three-part interview on what to consider in designing “the most beautiful car on the road.” These factors include the design, inspiration, materials, light, shadow, size and proportion.
Thursday, March 6, 2008
These fast cool cars are really amazing. If your pocket can afford taking almost any car there is and if you have enough budget to spare, you can actually transform it into a “fast cool car”. And many are actually doing just that. It makes me feel glad that car enthusiasts like me can freely do what we want in our car especially that the automotive market these days do carry a lot of automotive accessories to choose from. Many have gone through caring for a good car and actually had made it a great car.
You got to see them here. They are not just those fast cool cars you would often find anywhere for they are what I call, “The Cars for Midgets.” I remember someone who said that “Size isn’t everything.” And I guess he got a point there. Whether you own the biggest automobile in the planet, it doesn’t mean that it already has the best features anyone would look for.
Rooting from the effort of General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. to provide cool yet smartly equipped little cars such as the GM’s Opel Tigra and the Ford Ka intended for Europeans. Now you may ask why these are often intended for Europeans. Well, it’s just that these small cars are ideal for them especially to those living in old cities with narrow streets. While as what I have mentioned on my first post,
The shift can also be attributed to the rise in gas prices to more than $3 a gallon that has prompted many vehicle owners to consider buying smaller vehicles. Hence, an even more demand for premium small cars is increasing. Who wouldn’t get caught of this when these small cars do offer more than just affordability and fuel savings? Art Spinella, the president of CNW Marketing Research Inc. in
If I am a midget, I’d definitely call them, “Cars for Midgets.” How is that? Anyway, Euro-styled small cars such as these are really one of a kind. They aren’t just cool, but practical as well. Soon I will be telling about myself just by driving a little one as it can actually speak of something about me, a person who is a little more sensitive to the environment and is no doubt a little more concerned about fuel economy.
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
As promised, you will get to find the best street cars on the planet today, featuring their best design and of course, best performance. I call them, “The 10 Supercars on the Go!” Yes, I do understand how excited you are. So what you can do for now is to fasten your seatbelts as you will take the best ride you’ve ever dreamed of.
SUPERCAR #1: 2009 C6 ZR1 Chevrolet Corvette, one of the world’s best known and longest-running nameplates in
SUPERCAR #3: Ferrari Zagato got its name from Coachbuilder, Zagato who presented two images of the Ferrari 575 GTZ, which he based on the 575 Maranello design. Driving this car can reflect its prestige and performance to the driver who is driving it. Not just that, elegance and sportiness has also made it as one of the highest value in the luxury period sports car market.
SUPERCAR: #4: 612 Scaglietti appears the way Ferrari should be. It can give you the feeling of speed even by just looking at it. Aside from the much more comfort, it is also powerful and expensive than the average 2+2-seater cars.
SUPERCAR #5: Saleen S7, is no doubt a true supercar and I bet you agree. It can travel of over 200 miles per hour. I must say that it can compete with the fastest, quickest, best handling and most luxurious grand touring cars in the world. Why, it actually provides the driver with a distinctly American driving experience.
SUPERCAR #6: Invicta S1. It is carefully designed to be two cars in one. Such is proven with its luxurious Grand Tourer and a no-compromise sportscar feel. And it is considered to be the world’s first car to feature a one-piece carbon fiber bodyshell. I must say that it can potentially become a class-winning GT racing car.
SUPERCAR #7: Porsche 911 Carrera 4 S offers an even higher standard of driving dynamics. You can rely on this when you want to maintain a perfect balance of drive power as it bends up to the most extreme limit. It only speaks how Porsche could really not compromise its vehicle’s dynamic excellence.
SUPERCAR #8: Porsche GT3 is a purist's 911, slimmed down to a mere 1400 kilograms of pure racing machine with no modern fripperies like ESP. It can harness more than 400 horsepower.
SUPERCAR #9: BMW M1 features a cylinder engine and great styling makes it an easy car to love. You just have to drive carefully so as not to hurt this car.
SUPERCAR #10: Lamborghini Diablo SV can take you to a speed limit of 300 Km/h. its sleek design captivated the interest of rich people as it is very fast and expensive as well. So step on the pedal and drive your way to sophistication.
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Setting up this blog goes with the purpose of sharing my thoughts about beautifully designed automobiles. Some of you may have different views on these great automobiles, but let me take you through my mind and allow me to share with you how I view these auto designs and concept cars.
If you are one of the many fast car enthusiasts, you gotta read this.
Have you been counting on how fast you are driving? Oh boy, if you own the fastest street car on the planet, you could have been taking a flight on the road. That is how street cars can take you into a ride. And this is probably the reason why street cars are also called “fast cars”. Alright, before we take a flight into the latest street cars on the planet, let us first look back and gather some thoughts on the history of street cars.
Did you know that there was such thing called, omnibus? If this is the very first time that you heard about it, you better read further. Omnibus was the first mass transportation vehicle in
While horse-drawn carriages were already roaming around
Years after, Omnibus had been subjected for improvement. It was still a horse-drawn car, but the only difference was that this car had to roll along special steel rails than the regular street. And just the same, its wheels were also made out of steel and were carefully crafted so these won’t roll off the rails. This car was also much larger than the omnibus so more passengers can get inside the car.
So how did these horse-drawn streetcars have transformed into real streetcars of today? You have to be grateful for the development of “cable”. Yes, my dear readers, cable was the first major attempt made in
Finally, this new streetcar which is better known as cable during those times ran under city streets from one end of the streetcar line to the other. It was spliced into a big loop and was kept moving by a huge steam engine which features massive wheels and pulleys housed at the side of the street in a powerhouse.
All these streetcars have paved the way to the improvement of today’s latest street cars on the planet. And watch out for the next post as I will be discussing more about great streetcar designs available.
Saturday, March 1, 2008
It’s been years when American automakers had set aside interior aesthetics in favor of horsepower and torque. Typical buyers would choose performance over design aesthetics. But later on these U.S. automakers have found out that no matter how great the horsepower given off, their vehicle models still look bland as if no other effort for improvement was done except for performance.
Finally, Detroit discovered the missing inner beauty when they figured out the reasons behind the years of excellence of Japanese and European automakers. These makers believe that, “Inner beauty is the path to success.” Giving more focus on improving the car’s interiors, these automakers have fascinated more and more buyers. Using the same concept, Detroit finally came up with all-new “inner look although it took years for them to finally boost the over-all aesthetics of their vehicle interiors. And one event that can attest to that is the recent North American International Auto Show. This only indicates that Detroit is now ready to compete with the Toyota Motors (TM) and BMWs (BMWG) not only on performance basis, but on aesthetics as well.
To prove to the world how U.S. automakers are doing it right, here are two car examples that have stand-out at the show.
2008 Chevy Malibu
Take hold of your breath when you see it for the very first time. The General Motors’ (GM) craftsmanship on this Chevy Malibu model of 2008 clearly speaks of big improvements when compared to the former model.
And it doesn’t just end there because the 2008 Chevy Malibu has finally revealed how it turned its interior into something really great. Jim McCraw, a freelance journalist and one of the panel of journalists at the Car Show commented, “For me, the whole inside is what tipped me over. I like the outside, but the interior is just so nice and so well-proportioned and so modern, it's just a joy to be in.” He also added that, "They've upgraded the quality of the materials." The result had favored 2008 Chevy Malibu as the North American Car of the Year.
When interviewed by the panel of journalists at the show, Chevrolet’s General Manager Ed Peper responded that the positive result is accounted to the manufacturing tolerances that are tighter for the new
According to the BusinessWeek.com on the 19th of November 2007, Chevy Malibu 2008 is aimed to be squarely competing with the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord. These car models are known to offer simple, comfortable and well-made interiors at competitive prices, and thus, made them the reigning midsize sales champs in the world so far. To justify how competitive the 2008 Chevy Malibu is, Ed Pepper further stated that this Chevy model features improved quality with high level of standard features. That includes the satellite radio and an upgraded version of GM’s On-Star communication system. You better believe that this upgraded version could actually make you feel like you are getting a car worth $40,000 for only $20,000.
Ford Verve on 2010While many were captivated by the no-doubt American car of the year, 2008 Chevy Malibu, there is another American vehicle model that stood out at the show-Verve. Yes, this newly designed vehicle model by Ford Motor attributed its success to the high quality concept of Ford. And this one is expected to roam around the city in the
If you take a closer look, you may notice that the Verve design was based from European design aesthetic. And this had resulted into something worth keeping. Simple and sporty, this Ford model was made to be a superb driving machine. It was carefully crafted using high-quality materials that made it look and feel good despite the size. Plus, you can be amazed if you find out that the car features wing-shaped buttons in the center of what they call as the “stack” for control heating, ventilation, air conditioning, telephone and other special features anyone would love.