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مُساهمةموضوع: صور و معلومات عن سيارة الرئيس الامريكي الجديد (( اوباما ))   الجمعة أبريل 30, 2010 5:33 pm

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اليوم جايبلكم موضوع عن سيارة الرئيس الامريكي الجديد باراك اوباما



لقد قامت جنرال موتورز باختبار سيارة كاديلاك الصيف الماضي معده خصيصا لرئيس امريكا القادم سواءا كان ماكين ام اوباما وقد انتخب الآن اوباما والمرجح انه سوف يستلمها قريبا

السياره تم تصفيحها بالكامل ومع ادق التفاصيل حتى خلف فتحات المفاتيح خوفا من القناصه استخدامها لاصابة الراكبين والسياره مبنيه على قاعدة جي ام سي بيك اب هافي ديوتي حجم 2500


Surely you are all familiar with Air Force One, the US President’s own personal aircraft - well now meet Cadillac One, the President’s personal limousine.

هذه الصورة تم تصغيرها . إضغط على هذا الشريط لرؤية الصورة بحجمها الطبيعي . أبعاد الصورة الأصلية 1000x635 .


Believe it or not, this isn’t a new long-wheel base model from the GM stable for general consumption - this is a limousine being specifically built for President George W. Bush
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هذه الصورة تم تصغيرها . إضغط على هذا الشريط لرؤية الصورة بحجمها الطبيعي . أبعاد الصورة الأصلية 1000x617 .


Well now that we have ruined the surprise - because of course the President is an avid reader - we can reveal a few of the details surrounding his new ride.

‘Cadillac One’ is a heavily armoured behemoth which our spies in the US speculate is based on the Topkick platform - a medium-duty truck chassis.

هذه الصورة تم تصغيرها . إضغط على هذا الشريط لرؤية الصورة بحجمها الطبيعي . أبعاد الصورة الأصلية 1000x622 .


The test mule was being escorted by two regular Topkick trucks at the time these photos were taken and the wheels were identical; only reinforcing this theory.

A snapshot of the opened rear door - estimated to be almost 8-inches thick - reveals just part of the simply staggering level of protection designed into this one-off special.

هذه الصورة تم تصغيرها . إضغط على هذا الشريط لرؤية الصورة بحجمها الطبيعي . أبعاد الصورة الأصلية 1000x702 .


Weighed down by so much armour, bullet proof glass and every other go-go gadget imaginable, it is powered by a rather large diesel engine - apparently with an exhaust note quick similar to the accompanying Topkick trucks.

Styling wise, it is a bit of a mixed bag from the Cadillac range, wearing the Xenon headlights from the Escalade while the front and rear seem to have some STS influence
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هذه الصورة تم تصغيرها . إضغط على هذا الشريط لرؤية الصورة بحجمها الطبيعي . أبعاد الصورة الأصلية 1000x640 .


و اللي يحب يتأكد او يقرى تفاصيل اكثر الصفحه على النيويورك تايمز


Presidential Power on the Road - NYTimes.com

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An analysis of unauthorized photographs taken while the car was being tested last summer on public roads suggests that the presidential ride will be a truck-based Cadillac. It will presumably replace the Cadillac that President Bush has used since 2005.

This new car will be a Caddy like no other. The photos by Chris Doane, a spy photographer who hunts big automotive game — future models that haven’t been publicly revealed — for magazines and Web sites, provide clues about how specialized presidential transportation has become since the first White House fleet was ordered for William Howard Taft in 1909. President Taft rode in a stock White steam car or a conventional Pierce-Arrow, but the next president will travel in a fortress-like vehicle that was mostly built from scratch.

The photographer noted that the limousine was being tested, possibly for comparison purposes, with a pair of GMC Topkick medium-duty trucks. The limousine seemed to be riding on the same 19.5-inch Goodyear Regional RHS tires as the trucks, indicating that it is far heavier than a civilian Cadillac — even the longest stretch limousines built with the G.M. division’s heavy-duty coachbuilder package. Indeed, it is believed that the limo is based on G.M.’s 2500 line of trucks, which includes an extra-heavy-duty version of the Suburban.

Although the raised roof and wide windshield pillars are inherited from the ultra-armored limousines that entered presidential service in 2001, only educated guesses can be made about the technical details. Because neither the Secret Service nor General Motors will discuss the car, or even confirm that a new one has been under development, it is impossible to provide basic specifications or dimensions. Calls to Cadillac’s media relations department were not returned, and the Secret Service declined to comment.

So people who are curious about such things look for clues and make deductions. I have spent almost 30 years paying close attention to presidential vehicles as part of my interest in what are called professional cars, which also include hearses and ambulances. (I am the author of “Professional Cars: Ambulances, Hearses and Flower Cars,” Krause Publications, 2004.)

Other sources I have consulted on cars used by past presidents include “Presidential Cars and Transportation” by William D. Siuru Jr. and Andrea Stewart (Krause Publications, 1995) and “Presidents on Wheels” by Herbert Ridgeway Collins (Bonanza Books, 1971). But my interest has me looking for clues wherever I can find them.

For example, television clips showing George W. Bush entering and exiting the rear doors of his limos indicate that the windows are at least 5 inches thick, nearly twice the depth of what was used on presidential limousines in the 1980s and ’90s.

While I do not know what type of weapons such thick windows are designed to guard against, a half-inch of transparent armor is enough to stop a .44 Magnum round at point-blank range; at a thickness of 1.25 to 1.5 inches, the same material can withstand higher-velocity bullets fired from military assault rifles.

Were an attack to occur, the ballistic forces of bullets fired into the windows would be absorbed within a succession of glass and plastic layers, after which a flexible inner coating known as an antispall shield would keep glass from entering the passenger compartment.

Though the materials protecting the car’s body are also classified, they are probably intended to break up incoming projectiles with a hard substance before their energy is dissipated by a soft substance. Material traditionally used for this purpose includes dual-hardness steel, aluminum, titanium and ceramics.

Large steel overlaps are also typically added to the body openings of armored autos to deter attackers who might try shooting through the door gaps.

Denied the convertible tops and sunroofs that were once found on presidents’ cars, and seated behind glass that is half as transparent and several times as sound-absorbent as that of a standard car, the president has limited interaction with the public while inside his limo. But he can make his presence known by turning on fluorescent interior lighting that makes him visible to bystanders, or by using the built-in public address system
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: صور و معلومات عن سيارة الرئيس الامريكي الجديد (( اوباما ))   الإثنين مايو 17, 2010 4:10 pm

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