2010 MINI STREETWORKER BY SCHMIDT REVOLUTION
German-based company, Schmidt Revolution has unveiled its latest creation, a conceptual version of the MINI Clubman Cooper S called the “Streetworker”. The tuner usually primarily specializes in alloy wheels but occasionally presents fully tuned projects.
The concept car’s low-rider appearance is achieved by the Streetec air suspension, which allows the driver to lower the ride height by 60 mm or increase it by 40 mm over the stock model.
The tuned project is focus point on German firm’s new Cirrus alloy wheel series, seen here in an 18-inch version. It’s offering for customers to be ordered of funky rims in any color ranging from the matte blue on this tune to any other tint including carbon black. On the MINI Clubman project car the alloy wheels are shod in 215/35R18 Continental rubber.
Schmidt Revolution went ahead and covered the MINI Clubman in a matte blue foil wrap and a contrasting matte black roof finish and trim detailing. The tune is finished off with an engine kit that lifts output to 200HP and 250Nm of peak torque.
2010 SHADOW HAWK CONCEPT
Maybe this is the most ambitious and unrealistic concept cars ‘under development’. It is car the concept of Super Terrain Vehicles (STVs) from Colorado-based Shadow Hawk Vehicles.
Shadow Hawk Vehicles have apparently got six different models of their STVs: Steel Hawk, the Street Hawk, the Terra Hawk, the Desert Hawk, the Armor Hawk, and the ominous sounding Battle Hawk.
While the Shadow Hawk STV can produce an 1,100 horsepower luxury off roader with a 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 208 mph doesn’t sound enticing.