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2006 Rinspeed Imola Effect Orange Color Paint Exclusively Mixed by the German Paint Manufacturer Lesonal Lets the Ducked Reptile Appear to be Even More Aggressive and Dynamic

Thursday, September 15, 2011 Manufacture: Rinspeed

2006 Rinspeed Imola - Front SidePress Release:
The Rinspeed Imola based on the Porsche Cayman
The Swiss Porsche tuner Rinspeed transforms the Porsche Cayman also optically in an more bitingly reptile. The effect-orange color paint exclusively mixed by the German paint manufacturer Lesonal lets the ducked reptile appear to be even more aggressive and dynamic.
The already outstanding road performance is joined by a sophisticated aerodynamic package which doesn’t leave any wish unfulfilled. Rinspeed has modified the Cayman characteristics with a low front skirt which takes design clues from the Indy look which was introduces for the 997 …

2009 Rinspeed E2 It is Round Small and Cuddly has Eyes Fall In Love with Sexy Girl Behind

Wednesday, September 7, 2011 Manufacture: Rinspeed

2009 Rinspeed E2 - Side ViewPress Release:
E2: 60 or 160 hp at the Push of a Button from Swiss Automotive Powerhouse Rinspeed
Zumikon, Switzerland – What is this? It is round, small and cuddly, has eyes to fall in love with, a sexy behind – and on demand 60 or 160 hp as necessary. It is Rinspeed’s answer to the fast changing requirements of the market and sociopolitical perception about the tuning industry.’ Rinspeed boss Frank M. Rinderknecht hits the nail on the head: “Just like the auto industry has to adjust to the demands of …

2007 Rinspeed eXasis The 2 Transparent Indicator Function Displays an Absolute Delight Technically Optically Reduction CO2 with Bioethanol

Monday, September 5, 2011 Manufacture: Rinspeed

2007 Rinspeed eXasis - Front SidePress Release:
“Glass” concept car to mark Rinspeed’s 30th birthday – 40 years after Bayer’s first “all-plastic” car
eXasis – Glass-free transparency

Zumikon / Leverkusen – “There’s never been anything like it” were the words used in the online edition of an acclaimed international news magazine to describe its editor’s reaction when the first sketches of the new Rinspeed concept car, “eXasis”, appeared on the Internet, “and it looks like no other vehicle before it”. In fact, the illustrations could only hint at what Swiss automotive visionary Frank M. Rinderknecht had thought up …

2007 Rinspeed Le Mans 600 based on Porsche 997 Turbo Integrated Carbon Splitters Appears Eye Catching Produces Higher Aerodynamic Down Force Front Axle

Sunday, September 4, 2011 Manufacture: Rinspeed

2007 Rinspeed Le Mans 600 based on Porsche 997 Turbo - Front SidePress Release:
Swiss Express – The Rinspeed “Le Mans 600″ based on the Porsche 997 Turbo
The Swiss Porsche specialist Rinspeed launches its new and exclusive accessories program “Le Mans” for the latest Porsche 997 Turbo models
The body
The “Le Mans” front skirt with integrated Carbon splitters appears eye-catching and produces a higher aerodynamic down force at the front axle. This increase results in a better road handling. The bigger and re-shaped air intakes for the radiators and the brakes improve the cooling of them considerably. Additional headlights with day light driving lights …

2008 Rinspeed sQuba First Car Can Actually Fly Under Water Supplied by Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries

Saturday, September 3, 2011 Manufacture: Rinspeed

2008 Rinspeed sQuba - Front SidePress Release:
Rinspeed’s Zero-Emission World Debut at the Geneva Motor Show – a Green “Fish” with Q-Factor
Thirty years after the movie thriller ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ hit the silver screen “sQuba” is the first car that can actually ‘fly’ under water.
“Dive it again, James!” If the situation gets too hot for the secret agent he’ll go underground – or under water. So demonstrated impressively by Roger Moore in ‘The Spy Who Loved Me” in 1977 when he dove below the waves in a sleek vehicle that moments before seemed to …