Vehicles and Mobility

Here Are Reasons Why Airplanes Are Painted White
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It is very common to see a white aeroplane flying across the sky. We look up to the sky to realize that every aeroplane that flies in the south are usually white in appearance.

In this article, I will be showing you the reasons why airplanes are usually white in colour:

1. White color has the ability to reflect sunrays: Sin rays affects airplane in the sky and on land. White paint is the best way to minimize cabin heating and potential damage from solar radiation.

2. White is durable and doesn't fade away like other colours: The best pigment for airplane is the white colour due to it's durability most aeronautical companies always make use of it.

3. White makes it easy to spot damage: White color makes it easier to detect wear, tear, bird strikes and even oil spill on the aircraft.
A New Future For Automobile Technology Unvieled As Baidu Tech Shows Off Latest Features
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We believe that cars of the future will be robocars,” says Robin Li, co-founder and CEO of Baidu, as he unveiled his vision for autonomous vehicles of the future – a robocar with L5 autonomous driving capabilities.

“They will drive autonomously, act as both an intelligent assistant and loyal companion, and be self-learning.” he said Further.

The co-founder and CEO Robin Li had recently Unvieled his vision for mobility of the future alongside a new robotaxi mobile platform that aims to make autonomous vehicles more accessible to the broader public.

Li envisions that intelligent vehicles of the future will be more like intelligent robots: they will move, they will communicate, and they will learn.

The robocar will not only be your vehicle, but also your driver, secretary and personal assistant. It will drive automatically, understand your words, take orders and continuously learn from. It will also upgrade to provide a more personalized experience .

Featuring automated gull-wing doors and a transparent glass roof, all integrated with external sensors, the design of the new robocar is a dramatic break from traditional vehicles, and even from existing autonomous vehicles on the market. The interior features zero-gravity seats, a large curved intelligent display and control pad, with the steering wheel and pedals notably missing. Complete with voice and facial recognition, and advanced AI technology, the robocar can analyze the internal and external surroundings and make predictive suggestions to proactively serve the needs of its passengers.

In his remarks at Baidu World 2021, Li also spoke about the shift to the autonomous driving 2.0 era, which is marked by a transition from the technical verification stage to large-scale commercial operations. Li sees Luobo Kuaipao, the new robotaxi mobile platform that would enable commercial operations of robotaxis, as critical in this stage, enabling everyone to take part in the development and popularization of shared autonomous vehicles.

As of the end of Q2 2021, the Baidu Apollo autonomous driving service has provided more than 400,000 rides and driven more than 8.7 million miles. The learnings from the past two years of the Apollo program, which has been operating in four cities across China (Beijing, Guangzhou, Changsha and Cangzhou), provide a solid foundation for Baidu to transition its robotaxi offering to a commercial operation. This is something that IHS Markit has predicted will account for 60% of China’s US$347bn ride-hailing market by 2030.

“Competence in autonomous driving has become the main battleground in the competition among intelligent vehicles,” says Zhenyu Li, senior corporate vice president of Baidu and general manager of Intelligent Driving Group (IDG). Baidu Apollo has years of experience with autonomous vehicles and is supporting the wider automotive industry in building intelligent vehicles that can continuously learn and improve, bringing customers an improved driving, parking and ride-hailing experience.

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10 Expensive Cars In The World
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Having a car is one thing but having that is extremely luxurious is quite another. Despite the current economic situation, some people spend millions of naria  on cars.

In this article, I will be showing you ten most expensive cars in the world:

1. AUDI R8:  $162,900. 

2. Lamborghini Huracan : $199,800.

3. Ferrari California: $ 202,723.

4. Mercedes Benz SLS: $ 221,589

5. Bentley Muslanne: $303,700.

6. Rolls Royce: $399,500.

7. Maybac 62s: $450,00.

8. Ferrari 458: $291,744.

9. Lamborghini Aventador: $79,500,500.

10. Bugatti Veyron:$1,700,000.
10 Latest Cars In 2021
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Everyone's dream is to buy and drive a car because it is an  easy and fast mode of transportation and you don't need to prepare money for it. Some people usually make money as being a taxi driver with their cars 

In this article, I will be showing you ten latest cars in 2021:

1. Bentley.

2. Lamborghini.

3. Rangerover.

4. Toyota Corolla.

5. Benz.

6. Ford.

7. Toyota Camry.

8. Spider.

9. 4matic.

10. Sienna 
This South Korean Automaker Has Jeep DNA SsangYong's Concept Sketch Of An Upcoming SUV Probably Reminds You Of Something You See Every Day.
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  • The concept sketch of the SsangYong X200 previews the South Korean automaker's future SUV offering.
  • The Korando of the 1980s was based on an older Jeep design, which an earlier South Korean automaker had assembled since the 1960s.
  • The X200 appears to preview a compact SUV with styling cues referencing the 1990's Korando and other SsangYong designs

  • South Korean automaker SsangYong is not exactly a household name in the U.S., but the company has produced a sketch of something that will be fairly recognizable here in the states. That something is a preview of the X200, slated to be its next SUV model, and along with a sketch shared of the sport utility SsangYong revealed an American-sounding name for the design direction.
  • "The design of the new X200 is based on SsangYong’s new design philosophy 'Powered by Toughness,' and follows on from our recently announced J100 mid-sized electric car," a spokesperson for the automaker said. "With this new design, the company is showcasing its new product identity to communicate a powerful and modern SUV while drawing on the inherited values its authentic heritage."

    The admittedly sharp-looking design aside, we're more surprised that no U.S. ad agency has successfully pitched the tagline "Powered by Toughness" to a stateside automaker, because it sounds exactly like something you might hear in a TV spot for a pickup truck here in the states.

    Clearly, there are some Jeepstyling cues here, including the blacked-out front fascia tapering toward the bottom in a V-shaped pattern, but rather than seven vertical slats there are five diamonds between the round headlights. Rhombus-shaped inlets below the headlights are popular among a number of automakers at the moment, including Mitsubishi, while the angular wing above the front and rear wheelarches are another modern theme, one that works particularly well in this sketch

    How large is the concept?

    The scale of the X200's doors in this sketch suggest something sized just below the four-door Wrangler, without much of a transition between the rear passenger doors and the D-pillar and very short overhangs. So we're likely looking at something Renegade-sized.

  • While the sketch of the X200 will remind most of the Wrangler, we see some elements of another SsangYong model here, namely the second-generation Korando of the 1990s, popular in southern Europe at the time. Specifically, the wings over the wheelarches were a prominent Korando feature of the 1990s, as was a V-shaped grille with two round headlights.

  • But SsangYong itself is not without Jeep history, as versions of the CJ-5 were produced in South Korea starting in the 1960s by Ha Dong-hwan Motor Company, and sold under the Asia Motors brand for a time. The automaker was eventually absorbed into SsangYong in the mid-1980s, along with a Jeep-style model named the Korando, receiving the name in 1983. The later 1990s version of the Korando put a little distance between itself and the Wrangler, offering a more "urban" look.

    "We have re-interpreted our future design vision and product philosophy by drawing heavily on our unique heritage," Lee Kang, head of the SsangYong Design Center. "With the forthcoming J100 and X200 models, we have drawn a line in the sand in terms of design, and everything from this point forward will follow this new brand design direction. It is a very exciting time for SsangYong and will build on the history and heritage of its unique and distinctively authentic SUV designs to impress its customers of the future."

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    Maintenance Tips For Honda Cars
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    My Maintenance Tips:

    1.) Change Engine Oil every 3000km (I use Mobil)
    2.) Use Oando's Dexron II for the Gear Box (Abro will knock your gear) 
    3.) While driving be mindful not to always turn the steering to the last possible angle(helps the shaft)
    4.) If you have an open roof, periodically clean the drainage hole to avoid water leaking into the car
    5.) Vibrating Sound infront of the car? Check your engine sitting
    6.) Your single pipe radiator which used to work might not be the cause of your current over-heating...Check your water pump!
    7.) Your car is not accelerating according to pedal pressure? Timing Belt might be the culprit.

    Just my 2cents guys. Hope this helps. Like and share post, it may help someone.