The one-off Porsche 911 GT3 RS sports car revealed a few months ago is popping up in our news again, thanks to a video review carried out by Chris Harris. The video is showcasing the model in its plenitude, but if we made you curious enough, just hit the play button and enjoy the video!
As a reminder, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS is boosting with power, thanks to the 4.0-liter six-cylinder flat naturally aspirated unit under the hood, which is outputting a good 500 horsepower and 460 Nm of torque, enough to reach 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds, at a topping of 322 km/h.
Aside the impressive power, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS revealed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, is also looking gorgeous from a visual standpoint, the sports car tweaking an aggressive body kit, consisting of a distinctive splitter, front wings with air ducts, wide large rear wing, some additional cooling parts and a few more.
Mansory tuning division does a hell of a job whenever it lays its hands on some one-off models, like this customized Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe. And the result is absolutely amazing!
The Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe by Mansory tuner has received an aerodynamic body kit, consisting of a lot of carbon fiber components. Some slight changes also show up inside the cabin, while under the hood, the sports car has received some important upgrades. The overall body design is complemented by a set of new alloy wheels.
Speaking about the upgrades under the hood, the Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe is fully packed with a lot of performance features, like the new connecting rods, crankshaft, suction, compressor system, turbochargers, pipe fan manifolds and other aftermarket performance parts.
The famous Polestar Performance aftermarket shop has recently upgraded the Volvo V40 and the result is an extraordinary piece of art. The new model has been called the Volvo V40 Carbon and involves, as the name suggests, the use of carbon fiber components on the body.
This is not the first time that Volvo has been working with Polestar Performance tuning company, releasing the first Polestars vehicles a few years ago. And now, the new Volvo V40 Carbon is here for the taking, being based on the V40 R-Design model. Inside, the cabin has also received carbon fiber sill plates or the seatbelts now fitted in red.
This means that the Volvo V40 Carbon is now fully tweaked with a lot of carbon fiber parts, on the roof or side mirror caps. Additionally, some new black tailpipes and black accents were also wrapped on the body. Engineers from the aftermarket shop have also praised the Volvo V40 Carbon, mentioning its strong points, like the improved “drivability and driving control.”
Audi revealed some slight information about the upcoming SQ7 last summer, when Ulrich Hackenberg, the CEO at Audi R&D mentioned the future production of the company`s first “electrically-aided turbo” model.
And today, some spy shots provided by the guys from Motor Authority online publication, confirm the arrival of the 2017 Audi SQ7 on the market, somewhere next year. But until then, the test mule with the model is still under some tests.
The 2017 Audi SQ7 will be quite unique, thanks to the new turbocharging technology it will come under the hood. We are talking about the E-Boost technology, which uses an electric motor that eliminates the turbo lag at low rates and boosts up power once the revs keep building up.
Vossen Wheels tuning division is one of the most famous tuners in the wheeling industry, providing hot models with exquisite and high-performance wheels. It was also the case of this white finished Mercedes-AMG GT S, which has received the Vossen Forged rims, which make it look sportier.
The Vossen Forged wheels complement the entire body style and color and provide a unique personality which will definitely turn a lot of heads when cruising down the streets. But perhaps the photos with the Mercedes-AMG GT S with the Vossen wheels speak for themselves.
As a reminder, the Mercedes-AMG GT S was manufactured in two variants, the AMG GT as well as the AMG GT S, seen here in the photos. Both trims come with the same 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine, which produces 460 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque, in the regular AMG GT. This is enough to reach 4.0 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h.