Kadri Janan. suv. March 27th , 2017.
Global warming is much more complex than just carbon dioxide emissions, however. Several chemical compounds created by fuel production and use contribute to the greenhouse effect, or the warming of Earth surface temperatures that results from gases trapping heat in the atmosphere. The fact that burning gasoline releases CO2 into the atmosphere is fairly well known. However, several other principle gas compounds contribute to the greenhouse effect, too.
Manufacturers of salon cars are now going in for SUV versions of their salon models. Lamborghini will soon unveil an SUV version in Beijing. The reason behind their choice of an SUV design, is because certain countries are more into buying bigger cars. Not lagging behind are the Porsche manufacturers. Their new SUV will be called the Porsche Cajun. Maserati is also scheduled to unveil its new super model SUV - with the famous Ferrari V8 engine, resulting in a top speed of 450 hp. General Motors has its 2013 Chevrolet Malibu ready, waiting to hit the dealer stores.
Roof pillars appear strong to the average consumer, but most of them consist of just sheet metal that is hollow on the inside at the cross sections. When an accident occurs involving roof structures with a filled inner space, the outcome has been shown to be safer due to a lesser amount of roof crush. Pillars filled with high-density foam can reduce the severity of a roof crush significantly, saving lives and reducing serious injuries.
This test was to apply to motor vehicles weighing six thousand pounds or less. Many SUVs weigh more than this, and are therefore exempt from compulsory safety standards that may be crucial to preventing roof crush injury. In light of SUV roof crush injury risks, consumer advocacy groups have urged the federal government to modify standards so that they include any vehicle weighing ten thousand pounds or less.
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