I was a pretty much typical girl with ribbons in my hairs , pretty frock and boots and who played with her doll house.I had a huge toy kitchen set with almost everything.You name it and you find it. Speed , Thrill and Excitement were alien to me until I met this man , who is my husband.
Angel lives , eats and breathes car. His love for cars is Unconditional , Ever lasting and sort of Devotional. It was with him , I started getting out of homes , knowing not where to go and having the best dates of your life. He is insane , he is mad and passionate about ” Unknown ” I have seen him looking adoringly at his own car , feeling sad for a scratch and literally caressing the car before speed breakers arrive. This is how Men feel for their Cars.
A scientific study suggests that men experience more emotion when looking at images of car design than they do when looking at images of children.”Appreciating an aesthetically pleasing design is an experience which combines understanding and emotions. These are so closely intertwined that it is impossible to distinguish between them. Aesthetic experience involves a unity of sensuous delight, meaningful interpretation, and emotional involvement.” So , women – we won’t ever understand their love for automobiles but we need to know that it’s very close to worship.
The power and freedom men and women feel when a machine follows their commands is a main driving factor for love of cars. It answers both our instincts and socially constructed perceptions of happiness.
“I like to listen to my car. You can hear when the turbo clicks in – that vacuum-cleaner effect. You can just feel the giddy up effect, and the sensation of power is brilliant – you can feel it through the steering wheel and the back of the seat.”
Its beautiful how the slightly redesigned smoked projector headlamps, the new grille and bumper have transformed the boring Vista into the sporty Bolt.It has managed to bring in a lot of freshness and charm to the on lookers. Thanks to the new 15-inch alloys and the blackened B- and C-Pillars. The C-Pillar, apart from being blackened, gets some graphics which can be a head turner.
The rear sees a neatly integrated spoiler and a diffuser like element with a fog light. The redesigned taillights do not feature LED elements but look great when lit.
The Bolt’s dimensions are at 3,825 mm in length, 1,695 mm in width, 1,562 mm in height and 2,470 mm in wheelbase. It has a ground clearance of 165 mm, and the petrol model weighs between 1,095-1,125 kg, while the diesel weighs between 1,132-1,160 kg. If you haven’t already done the math, the Bolt is a good 10-20 kg lighter than the Zest.