The mission to tone down the look of the Porsche Cayenne in favour of a sleeker vehicle is an exemplary example of how a first-class SUV can gain acceptance within the Porsche firmament.
Afzal Kahn insists elements borne out of diametrically opposite functions will appeal to customers far and wide. And the principal British designer insists the Kahn Porsche Cayenne exudes eccentricity, expertise and style.
The Kahn wide track aerodynamic styling package consists of vented front and rear wide wheel arches with integrated front and rear air dams, a lower boot lid spoiler, LED daytime running lights for front wheel arch vents, sports lowering module, vented foot pedals in machined aluminum, door handles finished in matte black, brake calipers finished in liquid gold, exterior Kahn enamel wing shields, privacy tinted glass, welcome ambient illumination package – under car Ice white illumination and Kahn enamel tailgate logo.
According to AutoGuide.com, a Need For Speed movie will be arriving in theatres in February 2014, in the U.S. at least. It’s been three months since the movie, based on the popular driving game, was officially announced and now an exact release date of 7th February has been revealed.
The site writes that:
DreamWorks Studios will be creating the film based on the popular Electronic Arts virtual driving games and will be released by Disney, while Scott Waugh of Act of Valor fame will be tasked with directing it.
As we mentioned before, George and John Gatins developed the original story for the flick and John will be co-producing the movie with Mark Sourian.
In this instalment of Chris Harris on Cars, Harris explores the new 2012 Audi RS4 and to do so he decides to look at where the vehicle came from.
In this 17 minutes video Chris Harris drives the new Audi RS4, the original B5 RS4 from 2000, the amazing B7 and then matches the latest version against the 6.2 litre Mercedes C63.
Watch the video below:
Less than one year since the release of the latest generation Porshe 911 range, the company has announced that it will be offering powerkit upgrades for its Carrera S models.
The new upgrade, made available by the Porsche Exclusive department offers a remapped ECU, new cylinder heads and camshafts, a variable intake system, an additional radiator, a low-backpressure exhaust, and Sport Chrono dynamic engine mounts. As a result, the sports car can reach 100km/h in just 4 seconds equipped with Porsche’s dual-clutch PDK transmission.
The offer seems to be the same package that was fitted to the exclusive 911 Club Coupe last month.
The 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed has been confirmed to make its debut at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed taking place from the 28 June to 1 July in the UK.
While the Continental GT Speed may not look any different from a standard Continental GT, it is the changes made under the hood that set it a part from any other.
The new production model is the fastest Bentley has ever produced, taking 4.2 seconds to meet 0 – 100km/h, reaching a top speed of 329km/h. Bentley has also modified the chassis, steering setups and suspension as well as lowered the vehicles overall ride height.
World Car Fans received this video uploaded onto You Tube by That Racing Channel of an alleged gold-plated Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4.
The world’s first gold-plated supercar was apparently unveiled at Miami Beach, Florida recently and belongs to none other than the CEO of Lamborghini Miami, Brett David.
However, because no other information was provided about the preparation of the vehicle and also because it appears very smooth and shiny, the car is believed to be a foil wrap.
Business travel can be very demanding, often involving hectic schedules, long journeys between meetings and the need to stay in touch with HQ when away from the office. Train travel or other modes of public transport are not always the best, easiest or cheapest option, making it all the more important that top quality business cars can be relied upon to provide comfort, efficiency and a hassle-free driving experience.
Today’s cars are built with the business professional and the forthcoming change in company tax bands in mind, combining fuel economy with lower emissions – these are the five most popular vehicles with business users in the UK at the present time.
According to a recent report by Car Magazine, Bentley will enter the 2013 Dakar Rally to promote its upcoming crossover.
The report says that Bentley will be buying back VW’s Race Touaregs, previously sold to private racing teams, and will update the SUV racers into modified versions of the EXP 9 F concept in order to have them ready for the 2013 competition.
Although the EXP 9 F was only just unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show and is likely a few years away from production, both the Bentley and its platform-sharing Lamborghini Urus SUV are “crucial to their respective brand’s future fortunes and both are production certainties”.