2010 CHEVROLET SPARK WOODY WAGON
The Chevrolet Spark Woody Wagon is a one-off art car that recalls the surf movement in the USA of the late Fifties and early Sixties hence the surfboard, it’s not a production model.
The Spark Woody special made its first public drive around Newquay in Cornwall, UK, at the start of the annual Boardmasters surf, skate and music festival.
The supermini of many Art Sparks created for promotional reasons by Chevrolet Europe that have included a Spark DJ model and a WTCC leading car by Portuguese art student Jose Rocha.
2010 HULME CANAM BEAR 1
The Hulme CanAm is named after Denny Hulme, New Zealand’s racing prodigy and F1 World Champion. It is the only road-legal supercar to carry the name of an F1 Champion, and it doesn’t disappoint. The vehicle is said to achieve speeds of above 200 mph, and comes in the form of a high-performance mid-engine roadster. The car is intended for use both in open roads and the racetrack, combining raw power, outstanding craftsmanship, extraordinary performance, and is guaranteed to provide any driver with an exhilarating driving experience.
Under the hood of the Hulme CanAm is a 7-liter Chevrolet LS7 V8 Engine, producing a monstrous 600 horsepower balanced out by 600 Nm of torque. Control for this whopping amount of power is accomplished via a close-ratio, six-speed CIMA manual transmission, where paddle or sequential transmission is also an option. Due to the construction of the vehicle, the car weighs less than a ton, and 600 hp for a lightweight car means that the Hulme CanAm can accelerate from 0 to 100Kph in less than three and a half seconds.