The line running below the car window, starting from the bonnet of the car to the trunk of the car is called the beltline.
BenefitA beltline affects the stance, character, and appearance of a car's design.
Brake horsepower or BHP is a commonly used unit for measuring power of a car engine. This unit of measurement traces back to the days of the industrial revolution, when a steam engine was rated by how many horses it replaced. It is slightly different from the unit Horsepower (HP). The higher the BHP figure, the more powerful is the engine.
It indicates the power of a car engine.
Bore/stroke ratio is related to the engine speed. The bore is the diameter of the cylinder and the stroke is the length that piston travels. A piston engine is oversquare or shortstroke if its cylinders have a greater bore (width, diameter) than stroke (length of piston travel), whereas it is undersquare or longstroke if its cylinders have a smaller bore (width, diameter) than stroke (length of piston travel). An oversquare engine is generally more reliable, wears less, and can be run at a higher speed. An undersquare engine usually has a lower redline than an oversquare one, but it generates more low-end torque. Engines are designed to have high bore to stroke ratios to spin fast and achieve top speed as well as to maintain piston speed and friction.
The ratio gives the diameter of the cylinder bore and the length of the piston's stroke.
Brake Assist (BA or BAS) is a generic term for an automobile braking technology that increases braking pressure in an emergency situation. It is electronically controlled in higher-end cars and mechanically controlled in lower-end car models. It also helps reduce braking distances.
BenefitCars with Brake Assist are safer to drive because it reduces stopping distance during emergency braking.