The Short Seamew was a short-lived carrier-borne aircraft
developed for the Royal Navy. It never entered service, and
despite 26 being built out of a total order of 60 aircraft,
it was canceled before becoming operational. All examples of
the Short Seamew, including 11 brand-new undelivered aircraft,
were torn up for scrap.
Planning of the Short Seamew had begun in 1951. It was conceived
as an antisubmarine aircraft, and was intended to replace the
Grumman Avenger AS 4. It featured a large chin-mounted radar,
and could carry a range of weaponry designed to tackle both
surface ships and submarines. The weapons could be carried either
internally in the weapons bay located behind and below the cockpit,
or externally on pylons beneath the wings. Continue
3.0 CSL Hommage
The BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage is a spectacular concept car developed
by BMW to pay respect to the original BMW 3.0 CSL model from
The original 3.0 CSL was a stylish coupe at the time, and one
that has gone on to become a highly prized collector's car.
The CSL in the car's name stands for "Coupe Sport Leichtbau"
(coupe, sport, lightweight), and for the 2015 concept car BMW
haven't forgotten where it came from. Like the 1970s car - which
featured aluminium body panels and Plexiglas windows - the concept
has been designed to be a light as possible. Continue
The Porsche 901 is a reinterpretation of what the iconic
911 could have been. It was created by Ege Arguden, an automotive
designer and graduate of the Art Center College of Design in
California, with experience working at Chrysler, BMW, Volkswagen
The Porsche 901 was designed to be a next-generation 911, but
one which draws heavily on the first generation car for influence.
That might not be immediately apparent given the cars sleek,
futuristic styling. But the size of the car - smaller like the
original - and a number of crucial design elements provide the