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  • ...nty first century the diesel engine has been increasing in popularity with automobile owners. This is partially due to the improvement of engine control systems The internal combustion engine was originally selected for the automobile due to its flexibility over a wide range of speeds. Also, the power develop
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  • ...border:1px solid #999; font-size:83%; line-height:1.5; " summary="Infobox Automobile" ...zuki]] and [[Ducati]] went for (differently-designed) [[V4 engine|V-Four]] layouts. [[Honda]] took the idea even further, producing the championship-winning [
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  • A '''concept car''' is a [[Automobile|car]] [[prototype]] made to showcase a new vehicle's styling, [[technology] ...einforced_plastic|carbon fiber]] to exotic [[alloy]]s. Others have unique layouts, such as gullwing doors, 3 or 6 (or more) wheels, or special abilities not
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  • ...border:1px solid #999; font-size:83%; line-height:1.5; " summary="Infobox Automobile" Oran Park Raceway has several track layouts. It was established on [[1 January]] [[1963]] with what was mostly like the
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  • ...lso rather expensive to manufacture and physically longer than alternative layouts. [[list of automotive superlatives|The smallest]] production straight-6 wa In [[1959]], [[Saab Automobile|Saab]] had an experimental car with ''two'' transverse [[straight-3]] engin
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  • ...border:1px solid #999; font-size:83%; line-height:1.5; " summary="Infobox Automobile" ...ons: horizontal singles, parallel twins, V-twins in in-line and transverse layouts, 3-cylinders, and 4-cylinders in horizontal and in-line form. Ultimately '
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  • ...nty first century the diesel engine has been increasing in popularity with automobile owners. This is partially due to the improvement of engine control systems The internal combustion engine was originally selected for the automobile due to its flexibility over a wide range of speeds. Also, the power develop
    9 KB (1,353 words) - 00:51, 9 August 2009
  • ...V engine two pistons share the same crank pin. With twelve cylinders both layouts are perfectly balanced. {{Automobile configurations}}
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  • ...have a lower [[center of gravity]] than any other common configuration. [[Automobile]]s and [[motorcycle]]s powered by a flat engine generally have a lower cent ...iston movement of the opposite side. Boxers are one of only three cylinder layouts that have a natural dynamic balance; the others being the [[straight-6]] an
    10 KB (1,551 words) - 10:25, 15 June 2009
  • There are two overhead camshaft layouts: {{Automobile configurations}}
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  • ...ht bodies, sometimes in tandem two seater configuration. They used various layouts and means of transmitting the engine power to the wheels such as [[belt dri From [[1898]] to [[1910]], [[automobile]] production quicky expanded. Light cars of that era were commonly known as
    6 KB (694 words) - 07:07, 20 July 2009
  • ...d ''Lohner-Porsche'' is not widely credited as the first four-wheel driven automobile. ...er automobile. The Super Wagoneer (1966 to 1969) was powered by [[Rambler (automobile)|Rambler]] or [[Buick]] [[V8 engine|V8s]]. Its high level of equipment made
    35 KB (5,226 words) - 17:47, 27 September 2009
  • ...border:1px solid #999; font-size:83%; line-height:1.5; " summary="Infobox Automobile" ...border:1px solid #999; font-size:83%; line-height:1.5; " summary="Infobox Automobile"
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  • ...border:1px solid #999; font-size:83%; line-height:1.5; " summary="Infobox Automobile" ...0px|left|Diagram showing the differences between the 1994 and 2006 circuit layouts]]
    7 KB (1,104 words) - 22:04, 10 March 2009
  • ...nce races across [[Europe]] such as the [[Mille Miglia]], [[Tour de France automobile|Tour de France]] and [[Targa Florio]], which were often run on dusty roads, ...competition in the classification of the [[Automobile Club de l'Ouest]] ([[Automobile Club de l'Ouest|ACO]]), the sanctioning body for Le Mans and the model for
    8 KB (1,293 words) - 14:15, 24 September 2009
  • There are two overhead camshaft layouts: {{Automobile configurations}}
    5 KB (694 words) - 08:50, 8 October 2009
  • ...[[Citro├źn]] in Europe, and the contemporary [[Cord 810|810]] from [[Cord Automobile]] in the United States. All [[Subaru]] front wheel drive and all wheel drive layouts are derived from the standard longitudinal front engine/rear drive transmis
    10 KB (1,565 words) - 10:51, 8 October 2009
  • ...ne in the front of the vehicle, but the [[mid engine]] and [[rear engine]] layouts are also used. ...rous. Rear wheel drive rewards skill, and punishes the lack of it. Other layouts are much more forgiving, but don't offer the same rewards in handling.
    9 KB (1,374 words) - 10:51, 8 October 2009
  • The '''[[cam-in-block]]''' valvetrain layouts are ones in which the [[camshaft]] is placed within the [[cylinder block]], ...ioned" by the modern automotive press. The cause is historical: while both layouts are over 100 years old, the cam-in-block design engine came first. OHC engi
    10 KB (1,635 words) - 08:54, 4 August 2009
  • ...border:1px solid #999; font-size:95%; line-height:1.5; " summary="Infobox Automobile" |[[Microcar]]||-||Microcar||[[Smart (automobile)|Smart Fortwo]]
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