This extreme super sports car is designed with no navigation system, car audio system or air conditioning system which helps to keep the weight of the car down, and the speed up. Also, there is no roof or front windshield which gives the feeling, when driving, similar to that of riding a motor bike. Due to its open design the driver and passenger will do well to wear suitable headgear and clothing. For safety there are bars behind both of its seats of the cockpit-style cabin. The seats and trim are both covered with Carbonskin which is a new fabric that consists of carbon fiber. This fabric is soft and extremely durable.
Four colossal tail pipes can be seen from the back of this Italian sports car as well as a rear spoiler with a diffuser. This, along with the roll bars behind the seats, helps to make the Aventador J look similar to that of a race car when viewed from the side. The five-spoke aluminum wheels are smaller in the front, at 20 inches, than they are in the rear, at 21 inches. Both driver and passenger enter this racer-like speed-machine through scissor doors in the traditional Lamborghini style.
The Bentley EXP 9 F Concept is a Bentley with a twist. It looks similar to the Continental GT, but it has been sized-up, and has a slight SUV look. You can tell by the large matrix grille and round headlights, that it is definitely a Bentley. This concept car was designed after the fast moving bird, the falcon – thus the F in the car’s name.
Under the hood of the Bentley EXP 9F Concept is a 6.0 liter twin-turbocharged W-12 engine with 600 horsepower. The transmission is an automatic eight-speed. The 23-inch alloy wheels compliment the design of this vehicle very well.
In typical Bentley style, the Bentley EXP 9 F Concept, has a luxurious cabin. The seats are covered with soft leather that is quilted, and the interior is trimmed in wood and metals. Not just one metal, but three: polished aluminum, polished bronze and polished gunmetal. The roof is designed with a glass panel that gives a panoramic view. The seats in the back recline, and have foot rests that are powered. Passengers in the back can connect to the internet, and can keep their champagne and glasses cool in a special compartment.
What is different about this Bentley, or any other SUV, is that the Bentley EXP 9 F Concept has a picnic area that pops up from the tailgate, and is decked out with an awning, umbrellas, picnic baskets with cocktail glasses, plates and silverware, and there is also a champagne bucket.
It’s ironic that details have emerged about luxury automaker Infiniti’s Emerg-E concept sports car. The name fits for a concept car that Infiniti has been quiet and guarded about releasing a lot of information on.
However, leaked photos of artist renderings of the Emerge-E recently hit the Internet ahead of its scheduled debut at the 2012 Geneva International Motor Show, which takes place March 8 to 18 in Geneva, Switzerland. The renderings reveal the insides and outsides of a luxurious low-slung two-door, two-seat electric sports car.
The front shows a grill that resembles other new production Infiniti models. The rear spoiler of the sports car is understated. Inside the Emerg-E has a panoramic glass sunroof, tall center console and sporty steering wheel with three spokes.
The Emerg-E will be an extended-range electric sports car, meaning that it will be equipped with a small generator that recharges its battery as it cruises down the road. Also under the hood, the Infiniti Emerge-E is expected to have a version of the same 80-killiowatt engine and lithium-ion battery that parent company Nissan places in its Leaf electric car. When the battery is drained of its juice, the Emerge-E could be equipped with the 1.2-liter Nissan Leaf engine to extend its traveling range.
Executives at Infiniti have said that the Emerge-E represents their vision for a new type of sports car, one that’s a natural next step in pushing the boundaries where performance meets the environment. If the Emerg-E gets a green light for production, it’s highly likely that the sports car will not see Infiniti dealership showrooms until late 2014.