looking over the MINI booth, the Superleggera Vision concept
caught my attention. Chris Potgieter, MINI Product Manager
for USA, says the MINI Superleggera is a mix between the MINI
and Suerleggera Touring based out of Milan, Italy creating
elegance, sporty shapes and designs. The "Touring"
line is modeled with enormous precision and with the tradition
of classic coachwork construction. Potgieter also adds that
"the carbon fiber elements on the inside sill enhances
the aerodynamics. The cockpit dashboard is hand crafted in
one piece of aluminum, sculpted by hand and with a brush-stroked
finish. Its simple interior design has a high quality design.
Most surfaces are finished in aluminum or high quality leather."
Sony stays true to their history and provides
a very impressive and informative presence at this years CES
in Las Vegas. From TVs to smartphones, it is clear major positive
strides in the company during 2014 helped push out sharper
screens with greater vibrancy to consumers. A day at the beach
is great, but a day at the beach catching up on your favorite
TV programs is better. For years, beach goers have squinted
their eyes and tilted their smartphones to view the screens.
Now Sony is tackling that problem using multiple different
divisions within their company.