Nissan has done some cool marketing with the Nissan Leaf, but this Clean Graffiti video from Nissan UK is probably the coolest thing I've seen. It shows how the Nissan Leaf was able to power what is known as “Reverse Graffiti” by the artist Paul Curtis.
Curtis, who goes by the art nickname Moose, uses a water pressure washer with stencils held against walls to create truly stunning and thought provoking art. As the pressure washer takes away dirt and grime you can see what's left behind from the stencils. The idea is to show how air pollution affects cities around the world.
Paul Curtis, aka Moose, used the Nissan Leaf to power a few different designs in Hamburg, Germany and London, England. The results are beautiful and quite interesting.
Let me know with a comment below what you think of this Reverse Graffiti or “Clean Graffiti” as Nissan is calling it.
Clean Graffiti – Nissan Leaf
Nissan creates the first car-powered clean graffiti using the 100% electric Nissan LEAF – the world’s best-selling electric vehicle (EV). The street art was created on polluted walls in London and Hamburg depicting the cities iconic skylines.
Have you heard of the Renovo Coupe by Renovo Motors? It's ok if you haven't as the company just announced the all electric Renovo Coupe in August at the world famous Pebble Beach Concourse d’Elegance. This video will give you a better idea about Renovo.
Recently Renovo Motors announced they had funding from True Ventures, a well known and established Silicon Valley venture capitol firm. As you can tell from the video the people behind Renovo claims to be an all electric supercar that can compete with the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ford GT, Gumpert, Zonda, Lotus, and more. Of course since it has yet to seen if the company can actually make and sell and Renovo Coupes. With these stats we can only hope they will make it to production.
Renovo Coupe Specifications
*0-60 in under 3.4 seconds
*1000 ft-lbs of direct-drive torque instantly available from the Electric Motor
*Twin sequential axial flux motors producing over 500 horsepower
*Incredible throttle response with full power available in just 37 milliseconds
*Patent-pending modular lithium ion battery technology
*3,250 lbs curb weight
*30 minute quick charge and 5 hour level 2 charge
*Genuine, factory modified Shelby American CSX9000 rolling chassis
*Flexible control system with dynamic in-cabin regen adjustment
Are you one of those sad auto enthusiasts and gearheads that believe supercars attract women? Well… unfortunately you are wrong, very wrong. Supercars at NOT chick magnets.
The car Youtuber Doug DeMuro set out to prove his point that women don't really notice a supercar, like a bright red Ferrari 360. However, men… well we love Ferraris! 🙂
DeMuro had two of his attractive women friends, Jamie and Carli, drive around his Ferrari 360 Modena around town to see what sort of reaction they would get from both sexes. The conclusion? Women generally will not notice a Ferrari supercar or approach someone who is driving one. However, guys turn to look, stare, and readily approach attractive girls driving a Ferrari.
Women Driving a Ferrari
We love supercars here on CarNewsCafe but as you can see it doesn't attract women. Even we are smart enough to admit this. Supercars are dude magnets, NOT chick magnets. If you are a women looking for a date, well you know what you should go drive. I doubt many women want to date a guy that wants to date them for their car though. 🙂
If you want cars that will attract women check our list of “10 Cars that WILL Get you Laid.” (Of course even some cars on that list are questionably.) Have any thoughts about this amazingly smart social expert? Let us know with a comment below.
Thought I'd share with my readers this video I made “How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor.” While the car in the video is a Toyota Camry the process is the same on the majority of cars with 4-cylinder engines out on the road.
How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor
Technically on this Toyota Camry it is called an Air/Fuel Sensor. It was throwing engine code P1135 Bank 1 Sensor 1, which means it was the Upstream Sensor on this Toyota Camry.
Tools I used for replacing the Air/Fuel Sensor on this Toyota Camry.
Kristin Russell is a fairly normal girl living in California, but something always bothered her about something her stepdad did years ago. He owned a beautiful white 1973 Porsche 914 he sold so he could have enough money for a wedding to marry Kristin's mom. While the Porsche 914 isn't the most spectacular vehicle that Porsche ever built it was clear that Dave, Kristin's stepdad, loved the car and enjoyed it while he had it.
She always felt bad he sold the car for the family and appreciated his sacrifice. So what did she do for Father's Day? She hunted down an identical 1973 Porsche 914 in Arizona bought it and had it shipped out to where her stepdad lives outside Philadelphia. It needed some work so after it had work done at a local mechanic it was ready to be given to Dave.
Fortunately for this social media crazed world the whole thing was caught on video and posted to YouTube. Check out the awesome story of a daughter, a father, and a Porsche 914.
Warning: Video might cause gearhead tears!
Daughter finally Reunites Dad with Beloved Porsche 914