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  1. It's high time Yamaha went back to its roots when the 2stroke RXs used to be ruling the roost and started delivering the same level of performance before its 4strokes become Old Chestnuts!
  2. 40bhp should shave a second or at least a few tenths logically speaking. In the next few years, the 'zilla will potentially become the Veyron contender!
  3. The next gen Nissan GT-R (2012 edition and 2013 in the U.S) is expected to be more powerful that the current gen model (535bhp) and will presumably crank out an extra 40 odd bhp to raise the power figure to a whopping 575 bhp. This increase in the power level is mainly owed to the increased boost levels and a couple of intake and exhaust updates. Should be mind boggling if the Godzilla can dash from standstill to 60mph in less than 3 seconds!
  4. But why would Hyundai want to slot 1.4litre in when it has the brawny 1.5VGT? This mill can be kinda spiced up by adding a few more horses to give the customers the "VGT spectacle" Overall the car is nifty with sort of raising waistline, roomy interiors and the smart grille.
  5. Will the CBR 250R give the baby Ninja a good run for its money? Is Autocar gonna be doing a comparison test?
  6. Astounding move from Audi. This V10 will give other supercars a good run for their money. Looking forward to seeing the savage machine on the tarmac soon.
  7. I am a fan of Misubishi cars however, I don't fancy any existing models in the country. Lancer and Cedia haven't had a good share in the sedan market. It's high time the company did some serious thinking if it gotta sustain in the ever growing sedan sector. The interesting plans should hopefully give the company a renewed growth and I look forward to seeing the EVO manufactured in the subcontinent very soon.
  8. Yet another milestone for TVS in the biking era. Keep going guys. I am looking forward to seeing more such technologies on the bikes in the years to come.
  9. The car looks stupendous. I fancy the raising waistline and the lip spoiler. The boomerang style fog lamps are also impressive. I reckon the rear has got kinda resemblance to Vauxhall Insignia. Any news on the engine options? I pray Hyundai retains the VGT.