Monday, January 31, 2011

Skoda OCtavia Cars

Skoda OCtavia

Skoda will be launching a new Octavia in January 2009 with an extensive exterior and interior facelift, bringing the hugely successful model up to date with the brand’s current range.

Prices of the new, improved Octavia represent an average increase of £473 for the Octavia Hatch and £478 for the Octavia Estate over the outgoing model.

The new Octavia has undergone a series of significant design changes which include dynamic, sweeping headlights and complimentary front fog lights, new foldable door mirrors and body colored bumpers and side moldings.

Improvements go well beyond a traditional facelift with the new Octavia benefiting from a partially re-designed interior which features a range of new steering wheels, new stereo systems and new upholstery.

The new Octavia also takes the S, SE and Elegance trim naming system from the New Superb and comes with new alloy wheels and two new paint colors – Arctic Green Metallic and Aqua Blue Metallic.

A brand new 1.4 TSI 122bhp engine will replace the current 1.6 FSI 115bhp engine and the 2.0 FSI 200bhp engine with DSG transmission will be introduced on the Octavia vRS.

Warren Richards, Product Marketing Manager at Skoda, said: “The new Octavia is a thoroughly contemporary car which sits perfectly within our current range. As well as modernised looks, it features a whole host of new features that will appeal to today’s car buyers.”

Please refer to the attached document for detailed pricing by trim and engine type.

Skoda OCtavia
Skoda OCtavia
Skoda OCtavia
Skoda OCtavia

Sunday, January 30, 2011

FPV Ute Car Reviews And News Ud Upates

Ford's supercharged V8 ute is a beast… But one that needs taming
Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV) today launched an exciting new model Series aimed at broadening its appeal to Australia's automotive enthusiasts.
Named in tribute to a fondly-remembered Ford from the late '60s, the new GS sedan and GS Ute are unique limited-edition models offering buyers entry to the FPV family at a very competitive price point.

FPV's GS sedan and Ute are individually-speced to provide a combination of GT-based 302kW V8 engine performance, FPV chassis enhancements, bespoke GS graphics and FPV driver comfort features.

Available in limited numbers, the new FPV GS Series models hark back to the original Falcon GS of 30 years ago, introduced with the XW-model of 1969 and now the second most collectible Ford Falcon behind the GT.
"GS is another iconic badge in Ford's family history in this country," FPV General Manager Rod Barrett said.

"Our aim was to develop a model that provides the performance, prestige and individuality that is a signature of the FPV brand, with its own identifiable model personality, and all at a great price.
"We've achieved all of that and expect the new GS Series models will find their own place in Australian performance motoring folklore."

Developed specifically for the GS Series, the recalibrated FPV 5.4 litre V8 GT engine from the FG-model now produces 302kW of power and 551Nm of torque, driving through a standard six-speed manual transmission.

FPV's engineers have given the GS Series engine the twin throttle bodies and intake system of the GT engine, the GT headers and dual exhaust and a recalibrated ECU, all fine-tuned in an engine development program specific to the GS Series.
"We aimed to provide the GS Series owner with a GT driving experience with this engine … at 302kW it's the perfect entry to our range, which steps up to the turbocharged F6 at 310kW and the full GT-spec V8 at 315kW," Rod Barrett said.

Every FPV GS Series also comes standard with unique GS striping graphics, charcoal cloth interior, FPV GT instrumentation, gear knob, starter button and badging, premium sound system with iPod® and Bluetooth® integration, and dual zone climate control.
There's also '302' graphics on the GS sedan's rear spoiler.

The GS sedan also features 19in Graphite rims and a choice of six exterior colour/stripe combinations, while the GS Ute features 19in Alpine Silver rims, FPV soft tonneau and a choice of three exterior colour/stripe combinations.
Like its namesake from three decades ago, the new FPV GS Series offers a long list of options that include a FPV-spec 4-pot Brembo brake upgrade, a six-speed auto transmission recalibrated specifically for the GS' 302kW engine, leather seats and sat-nav, and, on the Ute only, a hard tonneau with spoiler.

"We have also given the major design elements of the original GS logo a modern interpretation, which adds to the distinctive styling of the GS sedan and Ute," Rod Barrett said.
Production of the GS Series is limited to 250 sedans and 75 Utes.

First introduced just over 30 years ago, the Falcon GS was an option pack offered as an 'affordable' and lower-spec alternative to the Falcon GT.
Launched in July 1969 with the then-new XW Falcon range, the GS was an option pack available to dress up the base Falcon and higher-spec Futura models. It continued in the subsequent XY and XA models.
In its initial XW-model guise, the GS option pack added 'rally stripes' to the flanks of the bold new bodywork, chrome-finish full wheel covers, GT-spec instrumentation and three-spoke 'rim blow' sports steering wheel. Later GS packs included other options on the XY and XA models.

Many GS owners along the way also added further options to 'personalise' their cars like bucket seats, centre console, disc brakes, wider tyres, power steering and even the 302 ci Windsor V8.
Today, the GS is fondly remembered by enthusiasts for its mix of sporty good looks and luxury appointments, its rarity and its value as an alternative to the Falcon GT.

Quick Spin

Price guide (recommended price before statutory and delivery charges): $52,000
Crash rating: Five-stars (ANCAP)
Fuel: 91 RON ULP
Claimed fuel economy (L/100km): 14.2
CO2 emissions (g/km): 335

Overall Rating: 2.5/5.0
Engine/Drivetrain/Chassis: 4.0 for engine and gearbox and 1.0 for chassis.
Price, Packaging and Practicality: 4.0/5.0
Safety: 4.0/5.0
Behind the wheel: 2.0/5.0
X-factor: 3.0/5.0

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Wiesmann Roadster MF3 Review,Specs,And Wallpapers

The Wiesmann Roadster MF3 : Official PR

There are plenty of sporty cars, but sports cars for individualists are a rarity. There is a particular scarcity of sports cars of the sort that can boast not only a great deal of driving pleasure but also exclusive craftsmanship and a classic design. This exclusive group certainly includes the Roadster from Wiesmann.

The body of the Wiesmann Roadster has captivatingly distinct, curved lines and an unmistakeable face. The reason for that is certainly because design at Wiesmann is not created in the wind tunnel, but in the hearts and minds of genuine enthusiasts. The Roadster's fabric hood with its folding frame is produced to a particularly high degree of precision. It is made to measure and perfectly matched to the vehicle. After all, journeys with the hood up and at high speed should also be fun. Despite that it only takes a few seconds to open and is covered with a tonneau cover, so that you can enjoy every moment of sunshine.

The Roadster's engine technology comes from the BMW stable. The powerful BMW engines are well known for their agility and sporty pretensions, and provide impressive performance in the Wiesmann Roadster. The combination of the vehicle's low weight and the tremendous performance potential of the inline 6-cylinder engine results in unmatched driving dynamics.

The engine delivers 252 kW / 343 hp from 3,246 cc.

With its powerful elegance, the Wiesmann Roadster stands above all for rapid acceleration. With 343 hp, maximum torque of 365 Nm and a power-to-weight ratio of 3.44 g/hp, it sprints from a standstill to 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds. And with a top speed of 255 km/h, pure driving pleasure is guaranteed. It is enhanced to the point of perfection by a 6-speed sequential gearbox.

As for the body of the Roadster, it is produced from high-quality, glass fibre reinforced composite material. Under the body, the hot-dip galvanised space frame chassis with tremendous torsional rigidity also contributes to the vehicle's safety. It is aluminium-panelled and equipped with sturdy side-impact protection, a unique detail in the automotive landscape. An additional bonus of this safety-conscious construction method: "rust" simply does not figure in the vocabulary at Wiesmann.

The Wiesmann Roadster was first built in 1993 and has been continuously further developed in subsequent years. Over 680 Roadsters have now been produced and a build quality has been achieved that is unequalled in this day and age. There has been a wide range of detailed visual and technical modifications undertaken in recent years. However, the classic design has not been changed in the process. Instead, continuous upgrading of the interior and modest changes to the external appearance of the Roadster contribute to the fascinating further development of the vehicle design.

The Wiesmann Roadster MF3

The Wiesmann Roadster MF3 Interior view

The Wiesmann Roadster MF3

Data and facts
Kerb weight 1,180 kg
Maximum permissible
laden weight 1,400 kg
Maximum permissible axle load
front / rear 600 / 800 kg
Dimensions Length 3.86 m Width 1.75 m Height 1.16 m
Wheelbase 2,290 mm
Turning circle 9.90 m
Chassis Hot-dip galvanised space frame, with aluminium panelling and additional side-impact protection
Body High-quality, glass-fibre reinforced composite material, laminated windscreen, lowering side windows made of safety glass, green tinted glass, mechanical fabric hood, free choice of external paint finishes
Engine Front-mounted mid-engine with three-way catalytic converter, electronic petrol injection, stainless steel twin exhaust pipes
Cylinders/valves 6/4
Engine capacity 3,246 cc
Bore/stroke 87.0/91.0 mm
Nominal power output/
Nominal engine speed
252 kW/343 HP/7,900 rpm
Maximum torque/engine speed 365 Nm/4,900 rpm
Compression/fuel grade 1/RON 11.5/98
Fuel consumption combined 11.9 l/100km
urban 17.8 l/100 km
extra-urban 8.4 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 287 g/km
Gear ratios 5-speed : I/II/III/IV/V : 4.21 / 2.49 / 1.67 / 1.24 / 1.00 / N / R 3.85
Rear axle ratio 3.23
Gear ratios 6-speed 4.35 / 2.50 / 1.67 / 1.23 / 1.00 / 0.85/
Top speed 255 km/h
Acceleration, 0-100 km/h 4.9 s
Petrol tank capacity aluminium tank, approx. 60 l capacity
Wheels 17" alloy wheels
Tyre dimensions front + rear 215/50 ZR 17“
Wheel rim dimensions front + rear 8 x 17“


  1. Integrated side impact protection
  2. Disc brakes front and rear, ventilated
  3. Safety steering column
  4. EWS III - BMW security system incl. recognised electronic immobiliser
  5. Three-point seat belts
  6. Power-assisted steering
  7. Additional H7 headlights

The Wiesmann Roadster MF3

The Wiesmann Roadster MF3

The Wiesmann Roadster MF3 Interior view

Friday, January 28, 2011

Porsche Panamera Marbella Cars

Porsche History
Porsche was founded in 1931 by Dr.Eng. Ferdinand Porsche, who was elected as the engineer of international century, creator of the Volkswagen Beetle and connected to other very important projects in automobile history, including the first hybrid vehicle developed in the 1901 which was studied by NASA years later to build a lunar vehicle.
The Porshe is famous for its sporty models, but keeping the features that make everyday use, such as reliability and durability of their equipment.
In August 2009 VW bought 49% of the shares of Porsche AG, aiming to make a merger between two manufacturers that iminiente is being expected for 2011.
With the participation of Qatar, an oil producing country in the Middle East, who repaid the debt of Porsche through the purchase of shares, the Stuttgart company will merge with Volkswagen

The Porsche Panamera is the best luxury car

The readers of the German car magazine ‘auto motor und sport’, have voted the Porsche Panamera as the best car.
The readers of this magazine, voted the Panamera at first in the top segment of luxury sports cars. This award is the third in a short time. Earlier, the Panamera has won the “das Goldene Lenkrad ‘by Auto Bild and Bild am Sonntag and the” Auto Trophy “from Auto Zeitung.
This election is hold since 1977, and since then even the votes from their foreign issues are counted for, so it is not only a German party.

Sales Success
The appreciation of the Porsche Panamera is confirmed by the sales figures: in December last year the ten thousandth Panamera was produced in Leipzig.

Porsche Top Luxury Cars

2010 Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche Panamera
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Porsche 911
2008 Porsche Panamera Marbella
2012 Porsche-928 GT Coupe

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Pontiac Solstice Car Overview , And Wallpapers

Pontiac Solstice
Pontiac Solstice

The Pontiac Solstice is a small sports car from the Pontiac division of General Motors. Introduced at the 2004 North American International Auto Show, the Solstice roadster began production in Wilmington, Delaware,starting in mid-2005 for the 2006 model year. The exterior styling of the production Solstice is similar to that of the 2002 Solstice concept that preceded it. Production of the Solstice was to be running before summer 2005, but delays at the Wilmington plant pushed volume production to the fourth quarter.The new hardtop targa 2009 model was announced in mid 2008.The Solstice uses the GM Kappa platform, which also underpins the Saturn Sky, Opel GT, and Daewoo G2X.

The Solstice was nominated for the North American Car of the Year award and Design of the Year award from the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) for 2006. It was a runaway hit for Pontiac, with 7,000 orders in the first 10 days of availability and 6,000 more orders before winter. Although first-year production was planned at 7,000, GM apologized to customers for delays and increased production, delivering 10,000 by March 1.

Production ended with the closure of the Wilmington Assembly plant in July 2009.

Pontiac Solstice
Pontiac Solstice

Pontiac Solstice Interior

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Loremo Ls Cars Exterior And Interior

Loremo Ls Car
Loremo Ls Car
Loremo Ls Car
Loremo Ls Car
Loremo Ls Car
Loremo Ls Car
Loremo Ls Car
Loremo Ls Car

Loremo 1 Cars

Posh Loremo Diesel and Electric to be available by 2010
The very cool looking Loremo is already making plenty of ripples even before making its way on to the road anywhere. The Loremo is due to release by 2010 (Yup, that is a long way away), but now the Diesel version that will roll out in 2010 has company. It will apparently come along with the electric version of the car. According to the company the features on the car are yet to be finally agreed upon, but there is no doubt that it is well and truly on its way.

The engine output of the electric version will be approximately 20 kilowatts, with short-term bursts of 40 kilowatts possible, which should be enough for such a light and aerodynamic car. In regular mode the E-Loremo is likely to consume 6kwh/100km, equivalent to the power value of 0.6 liters of diesel fuel. In comparison, the diesel version should do 2 liters/100km. Top speed for the E-Lomero should be about 105 mph. The battery capacity hasn’t yet been finally specified, however, the goal of the makers is a mobility range of around 150 to 200 kilometers [93 to 124 miles].

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According to current German e-power rates, round about 1 Euro will buy 100 kilometers of range! I do not know if that is really possible and to be honest 1 Euro is not that cheap either. A prototype of the E-Loremo should be ready in mid-2008, but too late for the Geneva Motor Show. So basically it might be unveiled later this year, maybe some place else where the car might be the only model to steal the spotlight.
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Loremo 1 Car
Loremo 1 Car
Loremo 1 Car

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Toyota Prado Land Cruiser Detail Information

Toyota Prado Land Cruiser

In 1933 the automotive division of Toyota Automatic Loom Works was established. The origins of the Toyota Land Cruiser began some five years after the Second World War, when US Army Jeeps were a common sight in Japan. These were the only 4×4s available and at the time there was a need for a vehicle a little larger than the Jeep and one that could be built locally as part of the reconstruction programme meant to

revitalise Japan’s economy. The US Army and the Police Reserve approached Toyota Motor Corporation with a request to design and produce such a vehicle. Toyota used its experience gained during the war when it produced the light scout car, the AK10.In only five months a Jeep-like prototype called the Toyota Jeep was built. Willys quickly pointed out that this name would be an infringement on its trademark, and in the following year it was given a new name – the Toyota Model B-85. Production commenced in 1953 and a year later, after 298 Model B-85s had been produced, so the name Land Cruiser made its mark on the world.Not surprisingly, it looked very much like an American Jeep. It had a split front windscreen, the only Toyota ever to have one, and was driven by a 6-cylinder 63kW engine and a gearbox which initially had no synchromesh whatsoever, but later was given syncros on the two top ratios only. The 1963 FJ25 model was a short wheelbase machine wit a 6-cylinder 236 cubic-inch engine and part time four-wheel drive which could be engaged without stopping. This powerplant remained the only engine available until 1968.

Toyota Prado Land Cruiser
Toyota Prado Land Cruiser
Toyota Prado Land Cruiser
Toyota Prado Land Cruiser
Toyota Prado Land Cruiser


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