BMW 3 Series F30 Exterior styling – Lamborghini wallpaper – yellow Mercedes backgrounds

The F30/F31 has grown in all dimensions compared to its predecessor. The styling is similar to previous generations with a sweeping bonnet, short front overhang, and long wheelbase. Headlamps now connect to a wide kidney grill. Tail lamps also sport a wide “L” shape design seen in many BMW models. buick wallpapers, lamborghini, bugatti wallpapers, BMW 3 Series F30 wallpapers, mazda wallpapers

(Nissan Skyline)GT-R
The GT-R reappeared in 1999, with a revised chassis and other updates. The R34 turbos received a ball bearing core. The R34 N1 turbos had a metal exhaust wheel, and ball bearing center section. The turbo outlet pipes were changed from cast to formed metal outlets. The intercooler outlet side and rear turbo dump pipe had temperature probes fitted in the V-spec models. The biggest feature and most significant feature to the R34 GT-R that wasn’t seen on any other model skyline was the display unit at the top of the dashboard called the MFD (Multi Function Display). This display unit was very significant for the car at its time. This display showed many of the car’s engine stats including boost pressure, oil temp, water temp and more. As a 1999 car this kind of technology was very rare and advanced at the time. A Nismo version of the MFD was capable of showing the G-force that the car was under when driving and there was also a lap timer that could be started by a button that was located near the gear lever. The Nismo MFD also had a DB9 serial connector lead hidden underneath the left passenger side skirt that could be used to transfer driving data from the car to a laptop. This could only be done with a Japanese version of Windows and Japanese software, which today is very hard to come by. Other features such as the battery being located under the back seat of the car made more room available in the engine bay. Nissan Skyline wallpapers#LamborghiniVeneno #Chevrolet #PorscheCayenne #PaganiZonda #AudiRS3

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