Gear Shifting Without The Clutch Is Possible – But Why?

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The internet is a lovely place to find out and take a look at some amazing tutorials, tutorials that are going to help at certain point of your life. Even though we have been through many of them, it is time to take a look at yet another, and most of you might find it fairly controversial. So what is actually going on? Well, in this video we are taking a look at this young guy demonstrating us that gear shifting without using your clutch is actually possible, but it might damage your car.

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Even though this man wrote in the video description that this is a potentially dangerous thing for you to do and that you should never do it, there have been some rude comments down below. Nonetheless, to prove that this is actually possible, he takes us through each and every step that you need to do in order to perform the gear shifting without clutch maneuver.

This might be useful for you if you find yourself in a situation where the clutch is simply not working and there is nothing else that you can do instead of shifting the gear manually.

The only thing that you need to make sure is that you press the gas pedal to the correct RPM so that you can actually put your car into first gear, and then repeat for second, third and fourth.

If you want to see how the process looks like, make sure to check out the full video!

At last, here is one more guide on how to drive a manual transmission vehicle without using the clutch!

These 10 Crazy RC Models Actually Do Exist!

The technology in any field has gone a long way ever since its beginnings and there are many amazing things that people have created. It seems that it is an on-going process that will never stop, thus meaning that new and upgraded technology is going to be launched each year. Hereby, we take you through a journey of 10 RC models that are so hard to believe that they actually exist. Ever since the 60s, when these bad boys first came out, many things have changed and improved by far.

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First of all we take a look at the turbine powered RC helicopter. Yes, there are many RC helicopters that are powered by batteries, but have you ever seen one that runs purely on its turbine? The attention to details on this awesome machine is also the other aspect that makes it so unique.

The list of 10 RC models is followed by these awesome tanks. There are many characteristics that make these RC tanks so good, such as the flashing lights, the realistic sound that they made and the driver models.

They ever make squeaking sounds while they move. We also take a look at the F-16 Cobra RC model. As most of you know, the F-16 is the most impressive fighter jets that the military has these days. Coming with a 1:5.5 scale model is something that we must give credit for.

16 Most Famous Hidden Things In Logos You Never Noticed!

Whenever you are coming up with new ideas for your company`s logo, you would want to make sure that it is original and unique and has a hidden message in it. Hereby, in this video we take a look at these 16 hidden things in logos that no one knew that they existed. We see them every day, we come across them every day but we never thought that they have these messages in them. Each and every line in their design has a meaning and they represent something way more than just a picture.

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First of all, we take a look at Hyundai. Yes, the logo that we see on daily basis and which we think that only represents the letter H, is in fact a hidden picture in which two people are shaking hands i.e. a client and a representative. Next, we take a look at ADIDAS. The name derived from its founder and even though the logo has changed over the years, all of the designs contained three stripes in them.

The current one that we have today represents a mountain and all of the everyday challenges that people have to go through on daily basis. In the Apple logo there is also a very interesting story behind it but you are going to check out the video and see all hidden things in logos and what they represent. What do you think, should every logo have a hidden message behind its design?

Furthermore, check out this analysis of the 10 most famous logos in the world!

Say Hello to the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE

Chevrolet revealed the 2018 Camaro ZL1 1LE at Daytona International Raceway ahead of this weekend’s Daytona 500. The car is essentially a mashup of the current ZL1 and the last-gen Z/28. The package will be offered as an option on any 2018 Camaro ZL1 coupe beginning this summer, and results in a 3-second quicker lap time around GM’s Milford Proving Grounds.

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How is that achieved? The 1LE uses the same 650-hp, 650-lb-ft supercharged 6.2-liter LT4 V-8 as the standard ZL1, so all of the upgrades happen outside of the engine bay. The 1LE replaces the stock 285-width tires with 305s in the front and 325s in the rear. The tires are Goodyear’s new Eagle F1 Supercar 3R, the company’s first cup tire design. The tires were developed specifically for the ZL1 1LE and are the widest ever to appear on a factory Camaro.
The model also gets the DSSV spool-valve dampers that debuted on the Z/28 and just recently made it to the Chevy Colorado ZR2. The suspension features an adjustable ride height, solid-mounted front struts, adjustable camber plates, a hard-mounted rear cradle, and an adjustable rear anti-roll bar. The DSSV dampers contribute to weight savings of roughly 60 pounds compared to the standard ZL1 with its magnetorheological shocks.

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The other big improvement is aero. The ZL1 1LE gets a carbon fiber rear wing, air deflectors and dive planes, and a new front splitter. The beloved Flowtie also returns, and the front grilles have been enlarged for better cooling. All LT4s have a new supercharger lid to reduce heat.
The ZL1 1LE will only be available with a six-speed manual transmission, just like the Z/28. Why not just call this a Z/28? Chevy says that name is reserved for naturally aspirated cars, and wouldn’t rule out a true Z/28 variant in the future. For now though, consider this your Z/28 successor. Camaro chief engineer Al Oppenheiser said this model is “not your daily driver,” but it is “a little more of a daily driver than the Z/28 was.”
Each ZL1 1LE gets a black hood wrap, clear carbon scoop, black taillights, and satin black mirrors. The car also gets Chevy’s eLSD, Positive Traction Management system, and Performance Data Recorder (PDR) as standard. The brakes are unchanged from the standard ZL1, and it has all the same launch and line lock features. Pricing hasn’t been announced yet, but figure around $63,000 for the 2018 ZL1 coupe plus several thousand for the 1LE package.

Ford Joins Forces With Mahindra For India And Other Emerging Markets

Ford has its eyes on the Indian market, announcing that they will work with Mahindra Group in order to explore a strategic alliance for a successful operating model in India and other emerging markets.

The two companies aim to cooperate in areas including connected vehicle projects, electrification, sharing costs on product development, improving Ford’s reach within India and improving Mahindra’s reach outside of India among other.

With GM already out from india and VW Group facing its own problem, there might be a good chance for Ford to finally gain a foothold in what’s set to become the world’s third-biggest market by 2020.

“Ford is committed to India and this alliance can help us deliver the best vehicles and services to customers while profitably growing in the world’s fifth largest vehicle market,” said Jim Farley, Ford executive vice president and president of Global Markets.

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“The changes facing the automotive industry globally are triggered by the accelerated rise of new technologies, sustainability policies and new models of urban shared mobility,” added Pawan Goenka, managing director, Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. “Given these changes we see the need to anticipate new market trends, explore alternatives and look for ways to collaborate even as we compete and build powerful synergies that will allow rapid exploitation of the exciting new opportunities.”

Mahindra is the leading manufacturer of utility vehicles in India for the past seven decades while they’re also the only company with available electric vehicles there. They’ve also own majarity stake in  ssanyong and own pinifarina Ford has three local manufacturing facilities in Chennai, Tamil Nadu and Sanand, Gujarat and has more than 14,000 people working for them across the country.