LUXGEN7 SUV Sports unveiled at Taipei auto show

Posted: 01 Feb 2011 04:13 AM PST


Taiwanese automaker Luxgen7 were present at the 2011 Taipei auto show and unveiled the new Luxgen7 SUV Sports.

The new Luxgen7 SUV Sports has received several design upgrades inside and outside.

The SUV Sports includes a new two tone paint scheme with black and red paintwork for the exterior, blackened headlights and taillights, 20 inch alloy wheels and also a new exhaust system with four tailpipes.

For interior, the black and red color theme continues with black and red suede seats, a suede steering wheel, aluminum paddles and a carbon fiber console trim giving this new SUV a more sportier feel.

Also making its debut at the 2011 Taipei Automobile Exhibition was the Luxgen7 MPV Elegance, for more information about this car click here.

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Honda CR-Z Hybrid by Noblesse

Posted: 01 Feb 2011 03:30 AM PST

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Japanese car tuners – Noblesse have released several aftermarket add ons for the Honda CR-Z Hybrid which give the car a much more sportier and unique look.

The Noblesse upgrade package for the Honda hybrid sport hatch includes a new aero kit with aggressive front and rear aprons, side skirts, a rear diffuser and a large roof wing.

The car tuners are also offering a carbon fiber hood, several underbody aero parts, a sport exhaust system and also a new set of larger alloy wheels that will complete the car’s new exterior look.

As an option the new wheels are available in several color finishes and the interior can also be refined.

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Ferrari 458 Italia twin-turbo by Underground Racing

Posted: 01 Feb 2011 01:47 AM PST


The car tuning specialists – Underground Racing have managed to squeeze some extra out of the already powerful Ferrari 458 Italia.

The engineers from Underground Racing thought there was something missing in the Italian supercar’s performance and so they prepared two tuning stages for it.

The first stage involves a twin turbocharger added to the standard engine while the second stage comes with a built-in twin turbo in the car’s engine.

We don’t have any performance figures yet, but the power should be dramatically increased from the standard 4.5L V8 engine which produces 570 PS and 540 Nm of torque and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds.

We’ll keep you updated with more details as soon as Underground Racing releases more info on this project.

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2011 Mercedes C63 AMG images leaked

Posted: 01 Feb 2011 01:19 AM PST

The first few photos of the new 2011 Mercedes C63 AMG have leaked onto the Net. giving us a look at the new AMG version.

The images appeared on the German auto news site, and it appears that the 2011 C63 AMG will have a more aggressive front bumper, a single bar grille, new headlights and many other small upgrades.

The car’s interior will be almost the same as the standard 2011 C Class but it will feature heavy bolstered sport seats, an AMG steering wheel and piano trim on the center console.

The new C63 AMG will be powered by a naturally-aspired 6.3L V8 engine which will be able to produce 451 HP and 600 Nm of torque.

We will bring you more details about the 2011 C Class AMG at a later date.

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Audi RS5 by Senner Tuning

Posted: 01 Feb 2011 01:07 AM PST


The German aftermarket specialists – Senner Tuning have recently released information on their new upgrade program for the Audi RS5, this package features styling enhancements and a performance power boost.

For the exterior the Senner Tuning Audi RS5 receives a new front grille, carbon fabric side mirrors and new window frames in Black Edition trim.

To improve the handling and lower the height slightly a new B16 PSS10 Bilstein coilover suspension kit with 10 stage adjustable damping was installed. The car rides on new 20″ alloy wheels sized 9.5×20″ up front and 11×20″ at the rear which are wrapped in  Ultrac Sessanta tires. A on this car for better handling and also to bring its ride height a bit closer to the ground.

This modified Audi RS5 is still powered by the standard 4.2L V8 engine but has been given an increase in power by 50 hp, giving it a total of 499 horsepower and 478 Nm of torque. These extra horses were achieved by installing a valve-controlled stainless steel exhaust system and after making a couple of adjustments to the zero pressure monitoring system.

With this power upgrade, the Senner Tuning Audi RS5 car is now able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.2 seconds and has a increased top speed of over 186 mph (300 km/h) but for safety reasons the engineers from Senner have limited the top speed to 174mph (280 km/h).

The Senner Tuning Audi RS5 is currently available in Germany with a price tag of 132,800 EUR.

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Motorbike vs Car in a Drift Battle: Video

Posted: 01 Feb 2011 12:27 AM PST


This video shows a car and a motorbike in a drift show down, the bike being used is a stretched 05 Kawasaki ZX10 which is piloted by Nick “Apex” Brocha and the car is a corvette powered RX7 driven by Jim Guthrie.

The video shows some great drifting from both Jim and Nick, watch the video below which shows a sports and car drifting alongside each other on a closed race track. Enjoy.

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1971 Dodge Challenger 383 Review: Video

Posted: 01 Feb 2011 12:13 AM PST

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Here is a blast from the past for your, its a video review of the classic muscle car – the Dodge Challenger 383.

The 1971 Dodge Challenger 383 test drive was made by the show “Car and Track” which was hosted by Bud Lindemann and aired on CBS from 1967-1975.

Even though the term “muscle” is used to describe the cars power, Bud refers to the cars as “super cars”.

Give us your comments of this antique road test at the end of the post.

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Scott Disick drives a Lamborghini Murcielago

Posted: 31 Jan 2011 08:35 AM PST


TV Personality – Scott Disick was spotted out and about with his Lamborghini Murcielago.

From the image it looks like he still trying to figure out how to get into his Italian supercar..

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