The car which will go in production in September has 3.9 litre twin – turbo charged engine producing 660bhp at 8000rpm. At 3000rpm, it produces 560lb ft which is a significant improvement when compared to V8 engine used in 458 Speciale and 458 Italia. (more…)
AMG GT3 will be the Mercedes versions of GT which will be revealed in the Geneva Motor Show. The cut clear edge is power which is generated from the twin turbo charged 4.0 liter v8 engine which makes the car most powerful. Mercedes also concentrate on the weight and shape of the car for the extra stability and speed. For better mechanical grips the front and rear will be broader. (more…)
The Lexus LF-SA city car concept is all set to be unveiled at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. The teaser image features a re-tuned exotic spindle grill and a part of stylized front facade, indicating design expression for the next generation Lexus vehicles.
According to the Japanese automaker, the new concept will reflect brand’s passion for modern designs and would help take Lexus’s flagship to unexplored territories. This driver-focused vehicle is made using advanced future technologies. The model will be based on Toyota Yaris hatchback, also giving choices of turbocharged petrol and a hybrid version.
The production version of Lexus LF-SA city car is expected to be released by the year 2018 and would compete against Mini and Audi A1.
Bentley has announced that it will be unveiling its two – seater, front – engined sports car at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. It seems to be built primarily to take away sales from Ferrari and Aston Martin.
This concept car seems to be powered with a 500bhp, 4.0-liter, V8 twin turbo engine sourced by Audi. If this model does go into production then a more powerful engine is likely to be added to make sure the car matches the 200mph speed of other saloons.
The upcoming new member of C-Class family of Mercedes the C-Class Convertible is reportedly sent for winter testing in Northern Sweden. As per sources the interiors of the car will similar to the regular C-Class models comprising of turbocharged four-cylinder petrol and diesel units. This highly anticipated car is expected to make its debut in 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show.