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Saturday, September 20, 2014

2015 Vencer Sarthe production version goes official with 622 HP

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Dutch automaker Vencer has revealed the 2015 Sarthe production version which starts at €270,882 (without VAT).

It was 2012 when Vencer released images and preliminary details of the Sarthe and a year later they showed a pre-production version at Top Marques Monaco. Now, the virtually unknown Dutch specialty marque founded in 2010 says the car is finally ready to enter production phase as a 2015 model year with more than 100 changes compared to the previous version.
Sourcing its name from "Circuit de la Sarthe", the 2015 Vencer Sarthe comes with an updated exterior design featuring a redesigned quarter glass, new engine cover, restyled C-pillars with an "open air-flow" design along with an automatic rear spoiler and aerodynamic front splitters. Step inside the minimalist cabin where there are wide door sills, carbon fiber panels, a combination of leather and Alcantara as well as a multi-tasking digital display providing all relevant info.
At its heart is an eight-cylinder 6.3-liter supercharged engine developing 622 HP (457 kW) at 6,500 rpm and 838 Nm (618 lb-ft) of torque at 4,000 rpm. For comparison purposes, we remind you the pre-production version which lacked the supercharger offered 510 HP (375 kW) and 650 Nm (480 lb-ft).

Friday, September 19, 2014

2015 Audi TT 2.0 TDI Ultra

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What happens when you combine rally heritage, diesel racing technology and a small sports car ? If you ask Audi, it will tell you that sounds the perfect recipe for the new 2015 Audi TT 2.0 TDI Ultra.

Yes, I know it’s an obnoxiously long name, but there is a lot of important information in there. First off, the 2015 Audi TT portion lets us know that this is based on the latest and greatest version of Audi’s venerable coupe , the TT. The 2.0 TDI tells us it uses the latestVolkswagen family, common-rail, turbo-diesel engine.

The Ultra is the most important part though. Audi has reserved that term for new versions of its cars that are ultra-efficient while still retaining the fun and excitement that the brand is known for.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

New Ferrari F60

The wraps are finally off the LaFerrari. The Prancing Horse's eagerly-anticipated limited-series special, of which just 499 will be built, made its world debut at the 2013 Geneva International Motor Show.

"We chose to call this model LaFerrari," declared Ferrari's President, Luca di Montezemolo, "because it is the maximum expression of what defines our company - excellence. Excellence in terms of technological innovation, performance, visionary styling and the sheer thrill of driving. Aimed at our collectors, this is a truly extraordinary car which encompasses advanced solutions that, in the future, will find their way onto the rest of the range, and it represents the benchmark for the entire automotive industry. LaFerrari is the finest expression of our company's unique, unparalleled engineering and design know-how, including that acquired in Formula 1."

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Fastest Cars In The World 2014 | Top 10

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Monday, September 15, 2014

2015 Ford Mustang

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America’s original pony car will turn 50 in 2014, and Fordis celebrating the monumental birthday by taking its maiden voyage overseas. The 2015 Ford Mustang will find its way into right-hand-drive markets, such as England, Japan and Australia. 


Moreover, for the first time in the Mustang’s history, England and Australia studios will aid in the design of the new-generation muscle car. Add that to the fact that the 2015 Mustang will receive independent rear suspension for the first time ever, with exception of the Cobra version a decade ago, and the Mustang suddenly becomes a hot topic among enthusiasts.
With such dramatic changes in the geographical availability of the Mustang, as well as the move away from the cheaper live axle, not much else has to change in order for this new-generation Mustang to find its new niche in the 2015 model year. That being said, expect the updated muscle car to get a radical redesign while still staying true to its overall look and style.

Perodua Axia launched

The first of the two small hatchbacks from the two national car companies making their debut this month has arrived – the Perodua Axia is the first of the duo to arrive, the car being officially launched moments ago at an event in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

As has already been mentioned in previous articles, the Axia – touted by its maker as the nation’s first energy efficient vehicle (EEV) – is an A-segment five-door hatchback, effectively the replacement for the Viva, which has been around since 2007.

Bigger than the Viva, almost the equal of the Myvi

The successor, based on the Daihatsu Ayla sold in Indonesia, is a slightly larger car – the Axia measures 3,640 mm long, 1,620 mm wide and 1,510 mm tall, with a 2,455 mm wheelbase, while the Viva stretches the tape at 3,575 mm long (-65 mm) and 1,475 mm wide (-145 mm). It is marginally taller than the Axia, at 1,530 mm (+20 mm).

Comparing further, the Ayla – which provides the basis for the Axia – is 3,580 mm long (-60 mm), 1,600 mm wide (-20 mm) and 1,510 mm tall (equal), with a 2,450 mm wheelbase (-5 mm).

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New Proton PCC undisguised – driven by Tun Mahathir

Surprise, surprise. Exactly 10 days before its launch, the Proton PCC/Iriz has been spotted completely undisguised right here in Kuala Lumpur. How could that be, we hear you ask? Well, you only need to look at the driver to find out. It’s Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Proton chairman himself behind the wheel of the Malaysian carmaker’s upcoming “game changer”. Let’s call it his own personal teaser/preview.
It’s quite a looker in the flesh, we’ll tell you that much. Even without referring to its external dimensions, the new Proton is visibly larger than the Perodua Myvi. It looks much longer and wider. The rear end can finally be seen in full, with its LED lamps and rear hatch neatly nestled within a separate layer from the side body panels – what Proton designers have dubbed the ‘chamfered’ look.

The car was covered soon after it was parked in Pavilion, so we couldn’t get any close-up or interior shots. Oh well, these new pictures already show the new Myvi-fighter in more detail than we’ve seen before – internal leaks aside, that is. In any case, Proton has released revealing interior photos of the PCC/Iriz for us to see last week, anyway.

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