My volvo 940 Turbo (2 year review)
As of today I have owned this 1994 volvo 940 for two years. I've installed
a full stereo system, suspension, swapped in a turbo engine, put on a bigger turbo, bigger camshaft, blow off valve, painted
the bumpers and much more. Its been a crazy two years and there's much more
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How to build a rally car in 10 days
Due to late delivery of the roll cage, we just had 10 days to finish the
Citroen Saxo VTS before season´s first rally.
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New 2015 Volvo XC90 review exterior interior & engineer interview at Volvo Ocean Race
Video from the world premiere XC90: http://youtu.be/hSvdCcBUOhw
XC60 compact SUV video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ji3xGKh2miI
In this video, Thomas from Autogefühl is giving you his comments on the
all-new 2015 Volvo XC90 in a static review of the exterior and interior.
Also, we are interviewing Jonas Klint, Chief engineer with Volvo. All took
place at the Volvo Ocean Race in Alicante.
Flash Engineering test: Volvo 940 rally vs BMW 320d
Flash Engineering has performed an extremely scientific test between a bog
standard BMW 320d and a Volvo 940 rally car. Hosts and STCC champions Jan
"Flash" Nilsson and Thed Björk tested the cars thoroughly to provide you
with the as much information as possible.
If you ever wondered what to choose between the both, that is...
Relax, Dad, it's a car for children...
As youngsters around the world fall out of love with driving, one
manufacturer is fighting back.
Only a few years ago environmentalists were worrying about how our
addiction to the car was going to destroy the planet. Scroll forward a few
years and car companies are wringing their hands at how an entire
generation has fallen out of love with the motor vehicle.
This explains why, this week, I was the first person in Britain to test a
concept car built by Toyota called the CamAtte, which translates as "Play
with me". Or rather, my son, Alexander, aged 10, was the first to drive it.
I was in the back seat, with my hand nervously hovering over an emergency
The car, which looks as solid as a Playmobil safari Jeep, is designed for a
child to drive. It has just one proper seat and a mere handful of controls:
an on/off button, a knob that puts the vehicle into reverse or drive, a
steering wheel, an accelerator pedal and a brake pedal. All of these are
controlled by the child.
But there is also a very tiny back seat, into which the parent can squash.
And it is here that you can find the emergency hand-brake and -- if things
are looking as if your offspring is about cause a pile-up -- a circuit
breaker that will shut down the entire vehicle, which is run on
rechargeable lead acid batteries.
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2015 Volvo XC90
After a series of three particularly handsome concept cars and even more
teasers and advanced details, we're finally looking at the new 2015 Volvo
XC90 here at its birthplace in Sweden. The big-production live reveal with
media in attendance from around the world is testimony in and of itself to
the importance of the new XC90's arrival to a marque that's always had a
loyal following and is, after a period of stagnation, only growing. Because
the new XC90, you see, isn't just about the new XC90: it's as much about
the new generation of Volvos that will result.