Friday, April 15, 2011

The Auto Ring Magazine aint (yes aint, intead of is not) DEAD!

No, apologies for my actions. Yes, I have been missing like the two front teeth of the drunken hustler which sells you the things you never seem to need until you get on the bus. Nevertheless, getting straight to the point we here at Auto Ring Magazine will be making power moves towards bigger things in life. Like for starters washing our clothes and things of that nature.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Emile Pop, The man who over came nature. Interview Part 2

Donald-Okay, this is something the readers and I have ask the question about the placement of the leather around the gas cap, why?

Pop- well, it is an element that haven't been seen before. I thought it would usher in luxury, just like you can view the engine inside the car through a window bay. Or the one I like the most is having the Crystale seen in the center console in the back.  So, when doing the interior we thought it would be a cool ideal to take the leather around that area. You know for uniqueness.

Emile Pop, The man who over came nature. Interview Part 1

In Spain a 19 year old young man is driving a wimpy car playing LL Cool J with all the confident and swag in the world. He can get any lady he desires. He says to himself I can take on the world if I have to. It is sunny and breezy  and he knows that he has it made.
-Pause- We must shed a tear for the bone crushing moment that will shape his life. Engine roaring, "but it is not  mine," he says to himself. And low and behold he is over taken by a guy in a Porsche Carrera taking all the shine and glory away from his world.

Have you ever felt like this before in your life? Doing the best that you can do but to only be over taken by a greater force of nature. This is the story of Emile Pop’s interview. The man who triumph over nature.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

We lie and don't like to be called liars. The Acura TL, what is it?

I listen to stereotypes and I began to understand a fall of a genuine competitor to slums of the streets. Taking a glance at the vehicle before us  forces one to address the pending issue of the lack luster , sub-par luxury. This might be the first dismiss that this magazine will do, but not the last. They are saying that this vehicle is placed in the luxury segment. First, off who are "they?" Secondly, what luxury segment does this car fits in? Interestingly, I love the profile of the TL. I personally believe that it has an intrinsic value to it's design. So, as a designer at heart, I love the uniqueness that it brings to the table. Its front view having the appearance of a bird beak, as many would say, is what draws me to it. But, needless to say, it's entirety as a vehicle disgusts me.

I know you haters want to see me phased out! But I'm still here.

The delectable design of the new S sport package of Jag is geared towards the "hard core" sports enthusiast. The Jaguar has last been seen at the Geneva auto show in all its blueness. Maintaining the the same lines  and  jazzing up the already fast XKR to new highs. The S version manages to grasp the aggressive feel of the car as seen in these still shots of Jag. We instantly notice that the front fascia has been changed to make a more aggressive dominant stance. Its appearance is reminiscent of a thug, who kicks your behind in the back alley and takes all of your money. Now, leaving you all bruised up, it takes to the streets  going 60 mph in 4.2 seconds, producing 550 horse power, which is force fed by a supercharger. Yeah, beasting on the roads whipping it's tail through the sugar canes at speeds of 140. 

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Coming Soon!

Coming Soon! An exclusive interview March 16, 2011 with Emile Pop himself, the man behind the vision!

Coming soon, the exclusive interview/article with Emile Pop, himself. This is the designer who created the Savage Rivale Road Yacht, discussing the pursuit of his passion and how it can allow you to achieve your most desirable goals. So, remember to be on the look out for the upcoming interview ,which will showcase on Wednesday, March 16, 2011. If you are not on the look out, then we suggest you get there!

Friday, March 4, 2011

The AWD videos from Ferrari

To be quite honest,  I have never seen an AWD system set up like this before.  Hopefully, the readers at Auto Ring can fill us in on whether this is an older or  newer technology. I do understand that the principles of it are not new, but the way it's created together is amazing. It manages to have a separate clutch system install directly in the front of the engine, which is very amazing to say the least. Here is the video courtesy from through Ferrariworld's channel on youtube.