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Striving to reduce vehicle weight in order to increase fuel economy, Honda focused on Friction Stir Welding (FSW) and developed a new technology for the continuous welding of steel and aluminum. This technology generates a new and stable metallic bonding between steel and aluminum by moving a rotating tool on the top of the aluminum which is lapped over the steel with high pressure. As a result, the welding strength becomes equal to or beyond conventional Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding

This new technology contributes to an improvement in fuel economy by reducing body weight by 25% compared to a conventional steel sub frame. In addition, electricity consumption during the welding process is reduced by approximately 50%. It also enabled a change in the structure of the sub frame and the mounting point of suspension, which increased the rigidity of the mounting point by 20% and also contributed to the vehicle’s dynamic performance.

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Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced that it has newly developed a technology for the continuous welding of the dissimilar metals of steel and aluminum and applied it for the first time in the world to the sub frame of a mass-production vehicle, a key component of a vehicle body frame.

Audi nanuk quattro concept

What do you get when you combine a mid-engined sports car with and off-road vehicle? This is Audi’s idea of a “crossover.”
The nanuk quattro’s styling looks like a combination of an R8 and a Dakar racer, and Audi says the nanuk quattro is just as capable off-road as a normal supercar is on it.
Power comes from a 5.0-liter turbodiesel V10, which produces 544 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque. That prodigious power gets the nanuk quattro to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds and on to a top speed of 189.52 mph. Yet it still gets 30.16 mpg on the U.S. test cycle. Talk about the best of both worlds.

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the Samsung Galaxy Aurora smartphone concept is more likely a futuristic phablet, something like Galaxy Note IV, if you want. It’s supposed to feature a new type of battery, much stronger than Li-Ion and this one is called L-Lion, with a power of 820k mAh, that’s

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The battery has the same size of Li-Ion, but it can get very hot, so it’s surrounded by 11 extremely powerful nano fans, cooling the CPU inside and the battery. The GPU here is a PowerVR Series 5XT SGXMX20 with 12 cores and the Samsung Aurora seems to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, although I expected something more futuristic. I expect technology from the future 10 or maybe 20 years to be inside this device, so a 16 core processor wouldn’t surprise me at all.

Also 128GB of storage, 5G connectivity and a 21MP camera are all specifications that come to my mind and I associated them to this model. I hope the designer likes my ideas regarding his creation, but anyway frankly speaking I prefer this design to the real Galaxy Note II, that’s so predictable. Do you like this one more?

How It Works: 3-D TV Without Glasses

One hitch in bringing 3-D motion pictures to home theaters has been the glasses—people hate them. Yet viewers have been enjoying motionless 3-D images unassisted since at least the 1960s. At that time, VariVue was printing postcards covered with a lenticular array that sent each eye a slightly different view.
hiw-teaser-3dtvThis year Toshiba demonstrated a similar kind of glasses-free 3-D display, and Nintendo released its 3DS. Instead of a lens, the 3DS uses a barrier to produce the stereoscopic effect.

Honda 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel engine

Honda Motor Europe’s President, Manabu Nishimae, announced the 1.6-liter i-DTEC engine in the new Civic would deliver CO2 emissions of 95g/km*

About i-DTEC:-

This 1.6 liter i-DTEC turbo diesel engine will pump out 120 BHP of peak power at 4000 rpm along with 300 Nm of peak torque at 2000 rpm .

The new 1.6-liter i-DTEC engine is the first drive t from Honda’s new Earth Dreams Technology engine series which introduced in Europe.

This new 1.6 liter of i-DTEC turbo diesel engine                                

emits low CO2, which comes out to be 95 grams

per kilometer.

The 1.6 Liter diesel engine will arrive in the Honda Civic in late 2012 or early 2013

A smaller 1.2 which is possibly the scaled down variant of the same could power the Brio and Jazz.

 

Specification:-

 Max power:-  88kw (120PS)/4000rpm

Max.torque:- 300 Nm/2000rpm

Data:- 1596 cc

Honda -the motor cycle giant. coming with in indian bike riders and bike eagers with it’s new bike CBR 150r and it has spec sheet that hooter than blasting furnace!!

The Honda CBR 150r produces 18 bhp @ 10,500 rpm and 1.28 kgm @ 7500 rpm from its 150 cc DOHC Single cylinderengine with 11.0:1 compression and CDI ignition, mated to a 6-speed wet clutch manual transmission which has fuel injection and liquid- cooling tool…Its sports and tubular frame is lighter than CBR 250.

CBR 150r Will be available in two variants:- Standard and deluxe..

     Specification of CBR 150R:-

Engine type:-  4 stroke, single cylinder

Max. Power:- 18 Bhp @ 10500 rpm

Max. Torque:- 16 Nm @ 8500 rpm

10 litre fuel tank which will cost RM19.20 to fill up at current RON97 fuel prices

Wheel base:- 1286 mm

Tyre Size :- Front 80/90-17 Rear 100/80-17

Brakes are discs at both the front and rear, sized 276mm and 220mm respectively.

wheel type:- Alloy

Stroke :- 47.2

Cylinder Bore:- 63.5

 

Price is : -1,00,000*

After launching this sports bike Honda will directly competition with  bajaj’s duke bike and etc..