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► 2012 Chevy Sonic makes a bungee jump!

When Chevrolet decided to launch the all-new Sonic in the States, it seems they took the word 'launch' a little too seriously. On the back of research that showed extreme sports to be highly popular within the car's 18-30 target customer range, the company decided to make quite an impact by throwing a car from the top of a ten storey tower in Long Beach, California. Well, we say impact. But just before it plummeted to the ground, the all-new Aveo dipped its nose in a paddling pool and bounced back up in an incredible display of non-contact automotive bungee-jumping. The stunt was performed as part of Chevrolet's 'Let's do this' marketing campaign in the USA. The Bungee Jump is the second extreme sport in which the Aveo has participated. Last month, the car was launched more quickly than any car in history -- accelerating from 0-60mph in just 0.4 seconds as it was pushed out of an aeroplane, to perform its first freefall skydive.


 


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► 2012 BMW S 1000 RR on Track (193 hp)
Like its predecessor, the new RR knows no compromise, providing the highest level of sporting character and riding dynamics. The convincing features of the new S 1000 RR are its improved handling with absolute riding stability, supreme engine performance with perfect everyday practicality, and a resounding dynamic performance. The highest level of active safety is safeguarded by the most advanced brake system today on the market, the BMW Motorrad Race ABS. When accelerating, the rider is supported by the Dynamic Traction Control system DTC. Both of these systems have been optimised for the perfect interaction. There have been no changes to the superior engine power of 142 kW (193 hp) with a weight of only 204 kilograms including 90% fuel (206.5 weight with Race ABS). Concept with optimised riding dynamics. One of the primary objectives pursued for the revised S 1000 RR model was to improve ridability by Boosting thrust and enhancing the linearity and harmoniousness of the power and torque curves. The reconfigured throttle improves overall response. The new, optimised design raises response sensitivity, tightens the twistgrip angle, and reduces the twisting force. Suspension with improved handling and feedback. The modifications to the new RR suspension have been instrumental in Boosting its riding dynamics. For instance, the upside down fork and the spring strut feature a new internal structure, providing an even wider range of damping forces from comfort to performance. Moreover, the suspension geometry has been modified with new values for the steering head angle, offset, position of the swing arm pivot, fork projection, and spring strut length to yield even better handling, steering accuracy, and feedback for the new S 1000 RR. This has required modifications to the main frame that also included enlarging the cross sectional area of the intake air guide through the steering head for greater air flow efficiency. This package of suspension optimisations is rounded off by an adjustable mechanical steering damper. Instrument cluster with new functions. The engine speed display has been redesigned for better readability. In addition, the display can now be dimmed and provides more functions. For instance, the lap timer can now present "Best lap in progress", and if required, "Speedwarning" can inform the rider when he exceeds a particular speed. Refined design and new colours. The new S 1000 RR not only benefits from the advanced developments for the engine, suspension, and cockpit. It has also gained yet another step ahead in terms of design. The tail section now presents a considerably leaner look. There have been some discrete changes to the asymmetrical side panels, and the centre airbox cover now sports side aperture grilles. On the top part of the panels, a new, telling identifying feature takes the form of two winglets that enhance the aerodynamic qualities. In the most sporting colour combination of Racing red and Alpine white, the RR exudes power and speed even when it is stationary, whereas plain Bluefire lends it a decidedly extravagant look. Sporty dynamics is conveyed by Sapphire black metallic, and in BMW Motorrad Motorsport colours, the new S 1000 RR testifies to its direct relationship with BMW Motorrad Motorsport. The distinctive RR logo has been slightly modified. Additional visual accents take the form of wheels painted in glossy black and the red spring in the central strut. The matching swing arm either presents an anodised coating or is kept in black. Also the ergonomics has been improved in the form of new heel plates for the rider. The stabilisers on the passenger footrests have now been designed for a leaner look. Extended range of optional extra and special equipment. For individualising the new S 1000 RR, BMW Motorrad is expanding its range of optional extras and special equipment ex works with a number of attractive features. Riders with a particularly sporty bent can now equip their RR with an HP titanium Exhaust system (with or without ABE) or the HP race data logger. Also the heated grips offering two levels and fitted as optional extra can take the bite out of the early morning run on the racetrack or longer rides in cold weather.





2015 Audi TT ► Development, Test and Production
To start with, the new TT will be available with one TFSI and one TDI engine. At 135 kW (184 bhp) and 169 kW (310 bhp), both four-cylinder engines offer solid power, but their consumption figures been reduced compared with the second-generation TT. This also applies to the 228 kW (310 bhp) 2.0 TFSI, which powers the new TTS. A start/stop system is available as standard in all power units, while a sound actuator (part of Audi drive select) provides a sonorous sound. The TT 2.0 TDI ultra, which will be available at launch with manual transmission and front-wheel drive, consumes on average only 4.2 liters of fuel over 100 km (56 US mpg) -- equating to CO2 emissions of 110 grams per km (177.03 g/mile) and creating a new best value in the segment. As with all the engines in the new TT, the two-liter diesel, which delivers 135 kW (184 bhp) and 380 Nm (280.27 lb-ft) torque, fulfills the limits of the Euro 6 standard. The 2.0 TFSI is available in two versions -- in the TT with 169 kW (230 bhp) and 370 Nm (272.90 lb-ft) and in the TTS with 228 kW (310 bhp) and 380 Nm (280.27 lb-ft), in conjunction with an even sportier sound. The Audi TTS advances in the top performance range -- it takes 4.7 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62.14 mph), while the top speed, which is limited to 250 km/h (155.34 mph), is just a formality. As standard, the 2.0 TFSI in the TT, as well as in the TTS, works with a manual six-speed transmission, or optionally with the six-speed S tronic. The dual clutch transmission changes gears at lightning speed and without any noticeable break in traction. In manual mode, the transmission can be controlled as required either by rocker switches on the steering wheel (a standard feature on the TTS) or using the selector lever. In efficiency mode in the Audi drive select dynamic driving system (another standard feature on the TTS), the S tronic engages freewheeling when the driver takes his foot of the accelerator pedal. ► SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=youcarpress ► FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/youcarpress ► TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/youcartv ► GOOGLE+: http://plus.google.com/+YouCarPress





2012 BMW M5 (F10) on the Road
Fifth generation of the world's most successful high-performance sedan in the premium segment of the executive class; new BMW M5 is an exceptionally dynamic high-performance sports car with four doors and five seats; consistent further development of the vehicle concept initiated in 1984 with the first-generation BMW M5; compelling track potential combines with the comprehensive practicality of a luxurious business sedan; groundbreaking character headlined by significantly improved efficiency, supreme long-distance comfort, and innovative driver assistance systems and infotainment functions. World premiere of a newly developed BMW M high-performance engine: high-revving 4.4-litre V8 engine with M TwinPower turbo package -- consisting of Twin Scroll Twin turbo technology, cross-bank Exhaust manifold, High Precision Direct Petrol Injection and VALVETRONIC fully variable valve control; 412 kW/560 hp at 6,000 -- 7,000 rpm, maximum torque: 680 Newton metres (502 lb-ft) from 1,500 rpm; maximum speed: 7,200 rpm; wet sump lubrication optimised for high lateral loads, lag-free power delivery, typical M car thrust. Significantly improved balance between performance and fuel consumption: acceleration 0--100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.4 seconds, 0--200 km/h (124 mph) in 13.0 seconds, top speed: 250 km/h / 155 mph (305 km/h / 190 mph with M Driver's Package); average fuel consumption in EU test cycle: 9.9 litres/100 km (28.5 mpg imp); engine output 10 per cent up on predecessor model, maximum torque increased by 30 per cent, fuel consumption cut by more than 30 per cent; extensive Efficient Dynamics technology, including Auto Start-Stop function and Brake Energy Regeneration. Power transfer to the rear wheels via the seven-speed M Double Clutch Transmission Drivelogic; traction-optimised automatic gear selection; Launch Control; Low Speed Assistance; automatically activated parking mode; M-specific gear selector; M leather steering wheel with shift paddles. Specifications and performance: BMW M5: V8 petrol engine, M TwinPower turbo technology with Twin Scroll Twin turbo, cross-bank Exhaust manifold, High Precision Direct Injection and VALVETRONIC variable valve control. Displacement: 4,395 cc, output: 412 kW/560 hp at 6,000 -- 7,000 rpm, max. torque: 680 Nm (502 lb-ft) at 1,500 -- 5,750 rpm. Acceleration 0--100 km/h (62 mph): 4.4 seconds, acceleration 0--200 km/h (124 mph): 13.0 seconds, top speed: 250 km/h / 155 mph (305 km/h / 190 mph with M Driver's Package). Average fuel consumption: 9.9 litres/100 kilometres (28.5 mpg imp), CO2 emissions: 232 g/km, Exhaust standard: EU5.





► 2015 Ferrari California T - INTERIOR
All the cabin elements have been completely redesigned and carefully studied to combine exceptional standards of sportiness, comfort and elegance. The dash is decidedly compact and uses a sleek horizontal movement along with two-tone leather trim to accentuate its dynamism. The sculpted volumes underscore the fact that the main dash is separate from the tunnel, freeing up space and creating a sense of lightness. The flowing central tunnel is dynamic and functional at once. The signature F1 bridge frees up a great deal of space to stow various odds and ends while the main function buttons are now more in a more ergonomic location. The sides also now feature comfortable leg-rest padding and higher up there is more storage in the compartment beneath the armrest, which also features USB ports. Meticulous focus on ergonomics, quality and attention to detail has also produced a completely new, more comfortable door panel with a more ergonomic armrest, softer, hand- crafted padding and easy-to-reach buttons. Huge attention was also lavished on the new seats which have fixed headrests integrated into the backrest. They are lighter and boast extremely high containment, yet are also much more comfortable thanks to the new shape and foams specifically designed for long journeys. Convenient organiser nets have been added to the rear of the front seats to provide extra odds-and-ends storage. The rear seat area has also been significantly redesigned with attention paid to the profiles of the seat backs, guaranteeing rear passengers a more comfortable seating position and more leg room. The rear seats mean the California T can accommodate up to four: two children or, alternatively, two adults on shorter trips. Equally, they can be used to increase luggage space on journeys as their backs fold down to communicate with the luggage compartment so that longer items such as golf bags or skis can be stowed, too. ► SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=youcarpress ► FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/youcarpress ► TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/youcartv ► GOOGLE+: http://plus.google.com/+YouCarPress





2013 Chevrolet Sonic RS - WINDING ROAD POV Test Drive
Read our thoughts on 2013 Sonic RS here: http://www.windingroad.com/articles/reviews/update-2013-chevrolet-sonic-rs/ 2013 Chevrolet Sonic RS 6MT Engine: turbocharged inline-four, 1.4 liters, 16v Output: 138 hp/148 lb-ft Weight: 2811 lb 0-60 MPH: 8.1 sec (est) Fuel Economy, City/Hwy: 29/39 mpg (est) Base Price: $20,200 For the best video experience, we recommend wearing a good set of headphones. The audio in this video was recorded with binaural microphones that, when played back through headphones, give the feel of 3D sound. Trick stuff. If you haven't already, subscribe to our channel! We post new videos like this every week. http://www.windingroad.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Winding-Road WINDING ROAD RACING is here, carrying the gear you need to go faster. Visit: http://www.windingroadracing.com





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Chevy Sonic - Stunts Skydive 3 HD
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Chevrolet Aveo "Stunt Anthem"
Iklan menampilkan Chevy Aveo dalam petualangan ekstrem. Aveo melakukan beragam manuver berbahaya termasuk skydiving, bungee jumping, kick flipping termasuk tampil bersama OK Go. Cerita lainnya www.chevystory.com.





2012 Chevrolet Sonic LTZ 4DR Start Up, Exterior/ Interior Review
Welcome everyone to the all new 2012 Chevrolet Sonic LTZ in 4 door sedan form. It's been in the works for awhile now, as a replacement to the tired Aveo. On that front, it now sport multiple futuristic design cues, and all new features. Many of these highly unique aspects are explained throughout this complete review of the vehicle. This review consists of explaining many unique features and aspects of the overall car, complete with a demonstration of the engine, through the start up process, which in this case does include a remote start demonstration. This video is designed to educate potential buyers and enthusiasts alike on one of many new vehicles on the market today.





Rob Dyrdek Sonic KickFlip
Rob Dyrdek Kickflips a full sized car! I do not own this footage, it belongs to MTV "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."





The Best Burnout EVER!!!!
$300.00 special catching HELL!!! At the 2011 Burnout party!!! This vehicle was bought to finish the show with a bang!! This was done in front of the house on a PRIVATE road and IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE A BURNOUT DON'T CLICK THIS LINK!!! And don't ask WHY?? If you want to see pics of the road after the burnout go to my channel click on website!!!





2012 Chevrolet Sonic side IIHS crash test
2012 Chevrolet Sonic 31 mph side IIHS crash test Overall evaluation: Good Full rating at http://www.iihs.org/ratings/rating.aspx?id=1563





2014 Ford Fiesta vs Chevy Sonic Turbo vs the Ike Gauntlet Mashup Review ( Part 1)
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2014 Ford Fiesta and Chevy Sonic turbo are small economy cars that almost directly compete. Of course the difference is that the Fiesta is normally aspirated while the sonic has a small turbo. How does this effect a cars performance when the road gets steep, the altitude get hight and the car is loaded to the rafters with with people? From Dillion, Colorado to the Eisenhower Tunnel U.S. I-70 climbs 8 miles to a maximum elevation of 11,158 feet or 3,401 meters. That's enough elevation and grade to test a small economy car like the 2014 Ford Fiesta and the Chevy Sonic turbo. In Part 1 of another accurate, informative and fun TFLcar mashup review Nathan, Emme, Andre and Roman take on the Ike Gauntlet in the new Chevy Sonic turbo to see how these small cars handle the steep grade and lack of air density in the Mountains of Colorado. Check us out on: Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/tflcar ) Twitter: ( https://www.twitter.com/tflcar ) and now even Truck Videos on YouTube at: The Fast Lane Truck ( http://www.youtube.com/user/tflcar )





Chevy Sonic | 2012 | Pole Crash Test | NHTSA | CrashNet1
2012/2013 Chevrolet Sonic 4 DR FWD | High Speed Camera Chevrolet Sonic 4 DR FWD | High Speed Camera Also known as: Suzuki Swift+ Chevrolet Aveo Holden Barina NHTSA Side Overall: 5 Stars Frontal: 5 Stars Side: 5 Stars Rollover: 4 Stars A small-sized adult female crash test dummy is placed in the driver's seat and is secured with a seat belt. The test vehicle, angled at 75 degrees, is then pulled sideways at 20 mph into a 25-cm diameter pole at the driver's seating location. This test mimics a side impact crash involving a narrow, fixed object like a utility pole or tree. -- Do you think this vehicle is safe when compared to others in the same class? Do you like the test result? MORE CRASH TESTS EVERY WEEK: Subscribe to CrashNet1! http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ikea55





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