- Knaus Boxstar Freeway 630
- Mini John Cooper Works Louis Vuitton
- Rolls-Royce Phantom power in Geneva 2011
Posted: 21 Feb 2011 07:55 PM PST
Knaus has presented the new Boxstar Freeway, and as a tradition of this well known brand among enthusiasts, is full of new ideas and innovations. The new model Boxstar Freeway is a new model of the successful range of vans set up, an area where Knaus is the mark that points more than the competition.
It is no coincidence that Knaus is the European manufacturer proposing to list the largest range of vans set up, both in number and quality. The new Freeway 630 is set based on the Fiat Ducato, measuring just 6.30 meters long and offers a roof top the original.
To complete the allocation of the 630 Freeway are a semidinette front, kitchen and bathroom complete with built-in shower.
Posted: 21 Feb 2011 07:51 PM PST
What we show in this post is certainly a very special car, without a doubt the most special Mini you’ve ever seen. It’s already special Mini John Cooper Works, but has undergone a remarkable aesthetic intervention, but not all. Based on the JCW, the livery has been applied very famous Louis Vuitton signature. The engine of the JCW is the 1.6 turbo 211 hp classic model, but the German tuner CoverEFX wanted to exaggerate.
The second kit proposes a remapping of the ECU, which carries the maximum power even at an altitude of 252 hp.
In the photos posted online you can see the great job of customizing completed by the German company, which certainly was not spared.
Posted: 21 Feb 2011 07:49 PM PST
Rolls-Royce at the Geneva Motor Show 2011 will keep a promise made two years ago, presenting an experimental model of phantom power, codenamed 102EX. According to the makers of Rolls-Royce, this model will be crucial in future decision to develop or not battery-powered versions.
The CEO of Rolls, Torsten Muller-Otvos, said that the Phantom is the first car of the ultra-luxury segment to offer an electric version. After the presentation in Geneva, the prototype will be around the world to test will determine whether you can create the Rolls-Royce power in the future. Rolls customers, prospective customers and members of the public in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the U.S. will be invited to test the 102EX: their views will be crucial and will be recorded the best mark by the English.
The prototype will also give information about the will and demands of customers from Rolls Royce. The launch of an electric Rolls was announced two years ago by former CEO Tom Purves.
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