Thursday, April 14, 2016

Car stunt on San Francisco Bay Bridge backs up traffic for miles



Author: Erin Marquis


A group of 50 cars closed down the San Francisco Bay Bridge on Sunday evening to put on a road show. What's really remarkable is that none of the offending drivers have been arrested. Yet.

A road show is when several cars coordinate together to block off traffic. The open lanes are then used as a stage for burnouts, donuts, and other tricks. Once these jokers have their fun, traffic is allowed to open back up. In this case, five drivers worked together to block all lanes on the Bay Bridge, SFGate reported. Once traffic was stopped, 50 show offs flooded the bridge.

While road shows might seem like a car enthusiast's dream, they thoughtlessly force hundreds of drivers to sit in miles-long traffic backups. In this case, nobody was able to cross the Bay Bridge while this latest stunt took place. Police haven't made any arrests at this time. In a video of the road show posted by Instagram user Bay Area Movement is appears that the cars have removed their license plates to avoid detection. So far the video has over 2,000 likes on Instagram.

I guess the owner of the white GTO painted his car and wanted to do it again with his new paint...😂😂😂 don't tag the owner! I didn't record this! #Repost #BayBridge

source: www.autoblog.com

Monday, September 7, 2015

Nissan teases crossover concept for Frankfurt


Author: Greg Migliore

Nissan released a teaser shot on Monday of a crossover concept that will debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and it's quite the tease. Nissan literally gave us no further information.

Speculation is rampant as to the vehicle's identity. Autocar suggests it could wear the famous Z badge, which would be a stunning departure from the Z's sports-car heritage. Other theories indicate it could be the next-generation Juke. The photo does show off Nissan's latest design language which is used by the Murano and Maxima in production.

The only other info we have is a cryptic line from Nissan's press release: "So can Nissan continue to innovate and move the bar higher? What if Nissan created a new way to feel driving excitement? The answer will come at the Frankfurt Motor Show." Expect more information and images to dribble out and or/leak this week in the run-up to the show.

source: autoblog.com/2015/09/07/nissan-crossover-concept-frankfurt/

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