SUV pasa las 230mph !

Que noticia

Toyota Land Cruiser se convierte en Toyota Land Speed Cruiser.

Es importante porque dentro del sector de mas crecimiento en el parque automotor, las camionetas, Toyota prepara una version de 2000 HP para llamar la atencion. El piloto Nascar Carl Edwards, quien se retiro el año pasado, y el centro tecnico de Toyota modificaron el V8 de 5.7 litros agregando 2 gigantescos turbos Garrett y partes internas especiales para lograr que la camioneta alcanzara las 230 mph.

Mi opinion es de que siempre es bueno dejar que los ingenieros puedan “jugar” y darles libertad a su creatividad. Proyectos de este tipo ofrecen la pausa al personal que se enfoca en la confiabilidad y jamas buscan la potencia maxima al costo de.la.durabilidad. Estos “respiros” realzan la.cooperacion interna del equipo.

Fuente: Hispanic Motor Press, Toyota

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