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Citroen C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso Models Updated

Published by on Sep 4th, 2010, No Comments

Citroen has released the first pictures of the 2011 Citroen C4 Picasso and the three-row seven-seat Grand C4 Picasso. Both the updated models will be unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.

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Chrysler 2011 Dodge Durango SUV Comes Sporting a New Dodge Logo

Published by on Sep 3rd, 2010, No Comments

Chrysler has revealed the all new 2011 Dodge Durango SUV. The three-row model is the first vehicle to sport the new Dodge logo.

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2012 Merc B-Class New Spy Photos Emerge

Published by on Aug 27th, 2010, No Comments

New spy pictures of the 2012 Mercedes B-Class have emerged. The prototype has a strong resemblance to the BlueZero concept which debuted at the North American International Auto Show last year.

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2012 Hyundai Veloster Spied

Published by on Apr 28th, 2010, 2 Comments

The 2012 Hyundai Veloster Concept has evolved thoroughly since the first time it was showcased three years ago at the 2007 Seoul Motor Show. The hatchback variant that is headed to the production floor and will start selling next year, was spied (again) testing and the cameras managed to get a shot of the interior along with the heavily clad exterior that hardly revealed anything.

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Despite the heavy camouflage, the lighting units the center-mounted exhaust and the sloping roofline were all evident. On the inside the spy images reveal a symmetrical dash with a prominent center stack. The 2012 Veloster features a Dimension audio system, heated seats, a push-button ignition, chrome door handles, a large LCD display and a smallish steering wheel.

Engine speculations for the Veloster include a naturally-aspirated 1.6L four-banger capable of churning 121hp and 155Nm of torque. A turbocharged variant will also be offered and that will render 175 horses. [via WCF]

Bentley Mulsanne Luxury Sedan – Interior Shots

Published by on Apr 14th, 2010, No Comments

We loved and admired the luxurious Bentley sedans over all these years and we have every right to know what exactly makes it the brand it is today. Bentley has gone head and revealed the details of the craftsmanship involved in chiseling the interior of its Mulsanne luxury sedan. The Mulsanne features trademark Bentley features that have been around since the 1920s.

Other than the signature elements, the Mulsanne interior is resplendent with mirror-matched wood veneers in Walnut, Piano Black, Oak, Bird’s Eye Maple, Vavona, Olive Ash or Sapelli Pommele. Even the seating arrangement is treated to a complex tanning procedure which creates a rich and mature leather aroma. The seat leather itself is available in a whopping 24 color options. The Mulsanne also gets an 8-inch multimedia screen, which is covered by a veneered door (when not in use), thick carpeting, and stainless steel accents that are polished carefully for 10 hours.

Redesigned Opel Meriva Interior Detailed

Published by on Jan 20th, 2010, No Comments

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You recognized it as the Vauxhall Meriva until date but with Opel taking over, the reworked edition of the car is dubbed the Opel Meriva. The latest edition offers a lot more on the inside compared to its predecessors beginning with the wraparound wing-shaped instrument panel that renders a warm and inviting cabin ambience. A buyer gets to choose from three trim levels- Essentia, Enjoy and the range topping Cosmo that embraces embossed black Morrocana seat upholstery.

Opel has also added the FlexRail system which offers a modular storage options depending on the need. The previously found FlexSpace system which facilitates the increase in leg and boot space has been improved upon with the addition of a FlexFix bicycle carrier in the rear bumper. The addition enables the car two carry two bicycles at a go, when the need be. Meriva now comes with rear-hinged FlexDoors which open at an angle of 90-degrees making it easier for entrants to enter and exit the cabin.

2010 Porsche Panamera Interior Pictures

Published by on Feb 12th, 2009, 1 Comment

Don’t you hate being poor? I mean look at the interior of the 2010 Porsche Panamera and tell me you’re not drooling all over that amazing large center console that flows all the way from the dashboard to the rear seats. With an amazing leather interior in a two-tone color scheme, a steering wheel with thumb switches, or a large navigation system, we can definitely say that the 2010 Porsche Panamera looks better on the inside than it looks on the outside. The luxurious car goes on sale in Germany on September 12, and the prices for the 4.8 liter S model start at €102,251 including VAT (around $130k USD). [via AutoBlog]

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