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Aero Wheel Covers
- (Wheel cover) A hubcap, wheel cover or wheel trim is a decorative disk on an automobile wheel that covers at least a central portion of the wheel. Cars with stamped steel wheels often use a full wheel cover that conceals the entire wheel.
- A decorative metal or plastic disc that obscures a vehicles stamped steel wheels, lug nuts and/or hubs from view.
- The first Cadillac wheel covers were introduced in 1932; it is rumored that chauffeurs and owners alike were getting tired of cleaning spoked wheels!
- Of or relating to aviation
- aero (derived from aeronautics) is a generic top-level domain (gTLD) used in the Domain Name System of the Internet. It is the first sponsored top-level domain based on a single industrial theme.
- Of or relating to air
- AERO (Anthology of Electronic Revisited Originals) is a 2004 album of electronic music by Jean Michel Jarre. It is composed of previously-released tracks re-recorded in 5.1 surround sound plus three new tracks and a bonus live track. All tracks are sewn together through surround-sound "scenes".
- ?ro (from Danish ?r = maple and O = island) is one of the Danish Baltic Sea islands, and part of Region Syddanmark. The western portion of the island was the municipality of ?roskobing; the eastern portion of the island was the municipality of Marstal.
Chevrolet Camaro SSX Track Car SEMA Concept
The Camaro SSX Track Car has a purposeful aesthetic, with exterior appointments and suspension modifications aimed at road course performance. They include carbon fiber aero parts – front splitter and adjustable rear wing – lightweight carbon fiber body panels, revised lower grille and unique brake cooling ducts. The carbon body panels significantly lower the Camaro’s weight, as does the elimination of much of the production car’s sound-deadening material, carpeting and rear seat. Low-gloss Icy White Metallic exterior paint is contrasted with the carbon aero parts, door graphics/racing number and red details; and this competition-ready Camaro rolls on dedicated track wheels and tires. This concept was constructed with input from Pratt and Miller, Chevrolet partner in Corvette Racing, and Riley Technologies using parts proven in the Grand Am racing series. Exterior: ¦Icy White Metallic color with red accents and door graphics ¦Carbon fiber hood, fenders, door and deck lid ¦Exposed carbon fiber front splitter, rockers and adjustable rear wing ¦Unique lower grille and brake ducts Interior: ¦Carpeting, sound deadener and rear seat deleted ¦Ace suede-covered racing steering wheel and shifter ¦SCCA-approved roll cage and window net ¦Racing driver’s seat with five-point harness ¦Racing pedals ¦Fire suppression system ¦Fuel cell ¦Video camera system mounted on the roll cage Performance: ¦LS3 6.2L V-8 enhanced with Chevrolet Performance Parts’ camshaft, cylinder heads and dry-sump oiling system ¦Production six-speed manual transmission with Corvette ZR1 twin-disc clutch ¦Low-restriction air induction and exhaust systems ¦Four-wheel disc racing brake system with six-piston front/four-piston rear calipers and drilled and slotted rotors ¦Modified production suspension with Pfadt licensed components ¦20-inch racing wheels and tires
I loved this car. Engine on the outside. Oil drips onto the road by Design (owner installed a little oil-drip can, left of license plate). Seats 2 people, 3 wheels, v-twin engine. The only thing electric about this car is the starter, lamps and horn. It was set near the back of the show with the forrest at Britannia park behind it. I am very pleased with how this turned out. I was worried that my depth of field wouldn't have covered the whole car and that the dash would have been blurred. The result is that the forrest was blurred just enough to be softened and not lost which I think evokes that lazy summer feel.