Car lovers across the UK are in for something exciting. The limited edition MX-5 and Mazda2 Black Editions are heading exclusively for the United Kingdom.
The official unveiling of the Audi Limited Edition TT-RS is likely at the Australian International Motor Show. Audi had made about 45 units of this automobile for Australian customers.
The Audi R8GT has been delivered to its first customer in the UK. The mean machine is a Limited Edition version in the Audi R8 series. The Phantom Black high-performance sports car was passed on to its new proud owner at the Audi Forum in Neckarsulm. A total of 333 envied units of this luxury sports model have been sold out in 23 countries within weeks of release.
Finally, the manufacturers have made announcement regarding the launch of the Tesla Model S, which was unveiled two years ago. The company has answered the pretty long wait by fans and has assured that the first vehicles will be delivered in mid-2012. For Europe, the date could be a tad delayed. The Tesla Model S will reach European shores by the end of next year. Tesla hopes to produce 5,000 units of Model S in 2012. It also expects bring out 20,000 units a year later.
Land Rover has announced the 2011 Defender X-Tech limited edition. The X-Tech limited edition package, featuring raw and edge style with the class-leading all-terrain capability, comes in a unique Zermatt Silver exterior paint color with enhanced by a contrasting Santorini Black-colored roof and wheel arches.
Come August, and Chrysler will roll out its new special edition Mopar 2010 Challenger in limited numbers. To be built based on the Challenger R/T, the new Mopar 2010 Challenger will sport features such as cold air intake, hood venting, front and rear strut-tower braces, and a new engine cover, says a statement from Chrysler.
Chrysler will be rolling out only 500 editions of the car and will sell them for a starting price of $38,000. In case you are someone who would be looking for a model with a manual transmission, you will need to shell out $1,000 more. Pre-order has commenced already.
To be presented in Brilliant Black and a choice of accent colors Mopar Blue, Red or Silver, the car would come across as an absolute headturner. Born out of the link up between Chrysler and Dodge, the Mopar 2010 Challenger will sport 20-inch glossy black forged wheels, a black chrome grille, leather-wrapped steering wheel and Katzkin leather seats that add to the charm.
For the automatic models, the car will come with Mopar T-handle shifter and pistol grip shifter for manual transmissions. In a bid to cheer customers, Chrysler will also give away certificates and a limited-edition sketch signed by Mark Trostle, Chrysler’s design chief.
What’s SEAT doing with Shakira? The launch of the car maker’s limited edition Ibiza Good Stuff in the UK takes off from the pop diva’s forthcoming European tour and has been named after her Good Stuff concerts.
The Columbian pop sensation-inspired Ibiza GS has been built on the same platform as the popular Ibiza 1.4 SE, and would be rolled out in hues of Candy White or Speed Blue. To be available in SC and five-door variants, the limited edition beauty would sport 16-inch Sonda alloy wheels, tinted rear windows, TomTom satellite navigation, an 8GB iPod Nano, a Bluetooth hands-free phone system, automatic climate control, power windows
and mirrors, and a six-speaker AM/FM/CD audio system. The car would run powered by an 85 PS (63 kW / 84 hp) 1.4-liter petrol engine connected to a five-speed manual transmission.
The car offers 85 PS at 5,000 rpm, and would have the capability to race to 62 mph in just 11.8 seconds – 12.2 seconds for the 5dr. Prices would start at £12,300 for the SC and £12,710 for the five-door.
Environment concerns too are taken care of with CO2 emissions locked at 142 g/km. The Ibiza Good Stuff’s fuel consumption would be something around 47.1 mpg. Prices start at £12,300 for the SC and £12,710 for the five-door. The Shakira connection is extended beyond just the Good Stuff name.
SEAT will be bang in with the tour sponsorship and multimedia advertising campaign around the Good Stuff model, and also is believed to be an active supporter of Shakira’s initiatives for her Barefoot Foundation .