8 legendary car models have sad 'eyes'

Nov 3,2016
Trendy headlight or lamp ratings frog eyes appeared on cars from the 40s of the last century and gradually disappeared, leaving a lasting impression for players away.

Lamborghini Countach: Every opponent is more prevalent horizontal financing "racehorse" Ferari Italy, featuring the line Countach lighting and contours ranked squarely sure. This car was produced in the period 1974-1990, used for power V12 380 horsepower.

Jaguar XJ220: Despite a short life line from 1992 to 1994, from the UK XJ220 always exudes luxury and is considered the symbol of the supercar that time. Vehicles using dual turbocharged 3.5L V6 mid. Unlike the concept of "pop-up headlights," the XJ220 with hidden headlamps in the front hood and cover slide open horizontally.


Ferrari Daytona: This legendary car participated in the television series Miami Vice in the 1980s Vehicles using 4.4L V12 engine capacity of 352 hp, acceleration from 0-100 km / h in 5.4 paper. Originally, the Daytona was designed with frog eye headlights, but the safety of US law in 1971 made this model to change the lights on the hood hard motorcycle before.


BMW M1: Manufactured and assembled during the period 1978-1981, M1 is considered the most representative models in the line of M. It is also the first model to use mid-engine and is manufactured in accordance with standards Race car. In addition to six-cylinder engine powerful 3.5L, the car also has pairs ranked lamp design "dotted cardboard cardboard" with a sporty design that M1 becomes unique.


Opel GT: The attention of the cars from Germany is the lighting "horizontal flip 180 degrees," this mechanism frog eyes sometimes took quite a lot due to the use of leverage by hand to turn. Car appeared in Paris and Frankfurt motor show in 1965 and the series shows like Get Smart, Criminad Minds, .. Opel GT used 4-cylinder engine line up 67 horsepower 1.1L capacity.


Toyota 2000GT: Japanese super sports car was once driven by James Bond, played by Sean Conery. 2000GT is a symbol of Japanese sports cars in the 1960s and is the product of collaboration between Toyota and Yamaha. Vehicles using the front-engined, rear-drive design and European-style time.


Honda NSX: Also known under the name Acura NSX, the success of this super sports car part from contributions of famous racer Ayrton Senna. The first generation NSX was produced from 1990 to 2005 brought the definition of "easy to drive" and "reliable" car of the time. 3.0L V6 motor vehicles and two automatic transmission version 4 level and 5-speed manual transmission.

Pontiac Trans Am (KITT): It would be remiss to not mention KITT, the name appeared on the television series Knight Rider (1982-1986) broadcast in Vietnam in the 90s car KITT is "played" by Pontiac Trans Am born 1982, equipped with rear-engine and 5.0L V8 Chevrolet. Although vehicles equipped frog eye headlights, detailed audience most remember about this myth is probably the red LED lights front hood.


By: Gonzalez Nelson