6 Highly Technical Features That Rev Up A Fast Car


6 Highly Technical Features That Rev Up A Fast Car

Some people think that the first car lovers are crazy. But the truth is they don’t know why we love it. It’s not the noise, the fumes or tires that makes us fall in love with it, but its performance and technical features that awestruck us.

If you don’t believe me, then read on, to find out what makes them favorite to so many people.

6 Highly Technical Features That Rev Up A Fast Car
6 Highly Technical Features That Rev Up A Fast Car

1. Aerogel Lowers Heat In Fast Car

The Chevy Corvette Stingray 2014 uses engine tech and suspension which are typical in an F1 car. But the vehicle has one unique feature to keep thighs cool even in the hot ride. There is a ½ inch layer of aerogel substance in its center tunnel. It reduces heat build-up. The technology was designed to use in the spacesuits of NASA. It consists of only 0.2 percent filled space; the remaining space is empty.

2. Supercharger Gets More Air From Headlight Intake Opening

In 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, you can notice the headlight intake opening in front of the driver-side. It pumps some air into the supercharger, helping it hit a 14,600 rpm. The tech pushes the engine of the fast car up to 600 hp. It is one of the powerful Dodge engines to exist.

6 Highly Technical Features That Rev Up A Fast Car
6 Highly Technical Features That Rev Up A Fast Car

3. Four-Wheel Steering

The 911 Turbo can drive both like a car with a short wheelbase as well as longer wheelbase. To achieve such technicality, engineers have added the four-wheel steering system to it. When the car speed is below 31 mph, all the tires turn to the opposite direction. It presents you with a finer steering control at very lower speeds. If you hit it above 50 mph, rear and front tires start to move in unison. Everything feels more responsive from a high-speed curve to lane changes.

4. Spoiler Rise Automatically

The Jaguar F-Type is a fast car has a unibody construction entirely built from aluminum. There is a catch. If you hit it above 70 mph, its spoiler will come out from a hidden compartment. The spoilers go down when the speed is dropped to 50 mph. These are very small to get noticed but reduces lift at least 264 pounds. Only if you know where it is, you will notice it. You can avail this feature on your fast car.

5. Fast Car Design To Reduce Center Of Gravity

6 Highly Technical Features That Rev Up A Fast Car
6 Highly Technical Features That Rev Up A Fast Car

A few years ago, engineers of Scion shared that they designed FR-S to make it feel all set for Daytona. The innovation of the car was the shape of the car’s oil pan. It sits very low at the engine compartment, so the car has reduced the center of gravity as compared to other cars. The vehicle can drift swiftly around corners as its overall weight is only 2,645 pounds.

6. Engine Modifies The Pump Up Horsepower

An Infiniti’s Q6 business sedan turns into a sporty Infiniti Performance Line model with some clean tricks. Engineers had remapped ignition timings, adjusted air-fuel mixture, reduced the exhaust pressure at least 30 percent making a dual-pipe design, and increased the engine output up to 7,400 rpm.

These are just some years-old high-tech features; now there is more inclusion to the fast car world which no one can ignore.

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