Thursday, March 6

BMW 's iconic front radiator-grille : the kidney-Grille timeline

The Evolution of BMW's famed Front radiator-grille from its beginnings to now ! 

The iconic kidney-grille from 1972 to 2014. Wider wider and now lean and sharp.

While Car designs have been evolving and revolutionary new segments being introduced at a brisk pace, no other manufacturer has been this obsessed about the front radiator grille like BMW. To a level that, a Beemer doesn't need a BMW badge to be recognised. 

If those front Radiator grills are'nt just enough, the introduction human eye inspired headlights towards the mid 2000's sealed the deal. 

Love the blue led type of 2014. Right step forward to the intelligent, electric and H2 fuel-cell cars of the future.


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PS: the kidney and eye is confusing Google Ads, throwing up totally unrelated adv about heath care. Maybe I should notify them to help improve their content linked advertising !

Monday, March 3

The blur: Japanese Honda vs Korean Hyundai

The Japanese cars had a little more pedigree and had a much neater design compared to the Koreans. 

But now the Gap seems to be blurring and I am wondering who is copying whom? 

The new Santa Fe looks almost like a copy of Japanese Honda CRV 

While the new Honda City seems to have borrowed a lot from Hyundai Verna Fluidic 

Similar to the point that a casual eye can't differentiate on the first look . 

Let alone their names and logos being similar too . In India, even now, people confuse between the Honda and Hyundai names. 

While I love the new H design of Honda, I am suprisingly dissapointed that they did copy the side lines from verna! 

Hyundai, this one is too close. Honda managed a good look for CRV n bang Santa FE now is a big brother of CRV! 

What's with designers! Running out of shapes! 

Wednesday, February 26

Google Nexus 5: official accessories are worth every rupee

The Case / Cover

The Nexus 5 case looks incredibly cool coming in bright flashy yellow and red, along with sober grey and black. 

It snugs the device so well, while remaining incredibly thin yet supporting wireless charging. 

I love that the case eliminates the LG branding and instead have a huge vertical NEXUS. 

the quality & wireless charging support makes it a very attractive buy at ₹2499 on India play store. 

The Plate

Nexus wireless charging plate is simplicity at its best with a neat subtle NEXUS printed on it. 

While the whole point of wireless charging remains debatable, this one is worth a buy just to add a class appeal to your work desk. The plate is listed at ₹3299 on India Playstore. 

Both accessories done so beautifully, it seems like an Apple work! 

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Google Play store