This is an amazing special iBusiness 3D model of Mercedes-Benz Viano that was created by the German tuner Brabus. The van will do 0 to 60mph in 5.9 seconds. It is powered by 6.1 liter V8 that produces 621Newton meters of torque and 313 kilowatt of power. It has many wonders of technology such as an iPad, a Mac computer, a PlayStation 3, and a 40” 3 dimensional LED television.
Apparently a water main broke in Manhattan leaving cars covered in ice. But one of the cars got most affected by it. It was completely frozen with a sick layer of ice on it. In addition, when the owner of this car touched the back glass of the car, it collapsed. Eventually a crew came to the rescue and steamed the car free of its icy encasement.
A man from Quebec Greg Van took his Lamborhini Gallardo to a Porsche/Audi dealer service as he wanted some alignment jobs to be done on it. The mechanic took this car for a test drive and… crashed Lamborghini into a lamp post causing about $35,000 of damage. With time this matter has been settled, but inside this post you can see photos of the incident.
It is no secret that the United Arab Emirates is a rich country, which has more oil than dirt. So this is not surprising that the attitude of the locals to their cars is quite “unique.” There are so many supercars per 1 sq km here, which is unseen in any other place on the planet. Not only they don’t care about “simple” cars as Toyotas or Nissans, but they have this careless attitude also towards cars like Jaguars XJ220, Rolls-Royces, Bentleys or Ferraris.
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How can you move a huge electric generator that weighs in about 2 million pounds? It is destined for a clean coal power plant, and one company needed it to be moved from South Carolina to North Carolina without destroying the roads. The decision was found. This generator was loaded on a 300-feet-long trailer that had 36 rows of axles and 288 tires. And it was pulled and pushed by five heavy duty road tractors. This procession looked very unusual, by the way. But you can see it yourself after the jump.