ERIXZ Classic Cars
What is ERIXZ Classic Cars?
We have selected three specific ongoing projects to further polish our design skills under the name of ERIXZ Classics. These projects are highly experimental, sort of try out style projects, centred around classic cars, classic aircraft and classic yachts. focussed on the graphical design aspects involved, more specifically the composition of layered documents, such as Adobes Photoshop, Illustrator or After Effects documents.
ERIXZ Classic Cars is the landing page for our classic car experiments. These pages are meant to be the foundation for future e-commerce development, so this is where design and development ultimately meat.
Bugatti Mini Gallery
The original Type 57 was a touring car model produced from 1934 through 1940. It used the 3.3 L (3,257 cc; 198 cu in) engine from the Type 59 Grand Prix cars, producing 135 hp (100 kW). Top speed was 95 miles per hour (153 km/h).
It rode on a 130-inch (3,302 mm) wheelbase and had a 53.1-inch (1,349 mm) wide track. Road-going versions weighed about 2,100 pounds (950 kg). Hydraulic brakes replaced the cable-operated units in 1938, a modification Ettore Bugatti hotly contested. 630 examples were produced.
The original road-going Type 57 included a smaller version of the Royale’s square-bottom horseshoe grille. The sides of the engine compartment were covered with thermostatically-controlled shutters. It was a tall car, contrary to the tastes of the time.
Classic and not so Classic Cars Gallery
The optimised 7-speed PDK, featuring both a manual and an automatic mode, is available as an option and offers extremely fast gear changes with no interruption in the flow of power. And that’s with even faster acceleration performance and a further reduction in fuel consumption.
A first for the 911 models: in manual mode, the shift direction simulates that of racing cars and the 911 GT3 models – to the rear to shift up, forwards to shift down. For a racetrack driving experience wherever you are.
Gears one to six have a sports ratio, with top speed being reached in sixth gear. Seventh gear is ratioed primarily for fuel economy