May 24, 2024
Featured Porsche Tuning

Porsche 911 Cabriolet GTstreet R by Techart Pops-up in Zurich

If you were blown away by the couple of Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S with the GTstreet R wide aero kit, installed by the technicians from Techart about a week ago, then you got to see what they have done with the convertible version. As we can depict from the pictures below, the 2016

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Audi Featured Videos

Video: 2017 Audi A5 & S5 Cabrios Unveiled

The trend today is building bigger and much more lightweight cars, a philosophy that Audi has also embraced, and that to keep up with the heavy competition from BMW, Mercedes-Benz or Porsche. After recently unveiling the long-expected 2017 A5 and A6 Coupe, the German based carmaker has also lift the veil of the cabriolet versions,

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Bentley Luxury Cars

Bentley Mulsanne Cabriolet could be confirmed this year

Having presented us with a set of drawings at Pebble Beach, Bentley now seem to be more focused into the production of the Mulsanne Cabriolet. According to British magazine Autocar, the Crewe outfit is seriously weighing down the option of the Mulsanne drop top. British optimism is clearly a motivation here. It seems that the

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Scion Toyota

Scion FR-S convertible coming in 2014

Hype or no hype, everybody seems to be in love with the new Toyobaru coupe. Regardless of variant, the Subaru, Toyota or Scion sports car is a great car. Scion is the first to announce the brand new model. It’s not really their FR-S version of the coupe we’re talking about but a new one.

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Frankfurt Motor Show preview: Alpina’s B6

BMW specialist tuner Alpina is getting ready to arrive at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show in complete style, a very special version of the 2012 BMW 6 Series. The BMW 6 Series isn’t exactly a shrinking violet, but in Alpina’s hands it turned into one heck of a fast convertible that’ll keep us more than

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Bugatti Classics

Another gem to auction; the 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio Cabriolet

At certain times of the year, various people of a social status most of us can barely dream about get together and bid in search for new toys. This is most of the inner workings of the classic, exclusive or unique car auctions. In all fairness, it’s quite the boring affair. Toys the rich folk

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Worthersee crowd gets to see Volkswagen Golf R Cabriolet concept

There are plenty of car clubs and manufacturer fans around the world but to be honest, few are as numerous and as well organised as the crowd of Volkswagen Golf enthusiasts that gather round the Worthersee lake every year. As a returned favor to the great service these fans give the company, Volkswagen comes up

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Audi still not ready to let Cross Cabriolet concept go

New car concepts come and go, that’s pretty much a well known situation all around, somehow, the Ingolstadters at Audi don’t really follow that recipe. After even more than a couple of years since they came up with the Audi Cross Cabriolet Quattro Concept, most of the motoring press and enthusiasts said no and the

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VW’s Golf Cabriolet enters production

The Germans who claim they make the people’s car and yet are going slightly up class lately told us that their new Golf Cabriolet would enter production this month and they’ve kept their word. Before any sort of launch can take place this month, the management at VW has announced the exact location of the

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Renault Wind pricing in France

Early September, the Renault Wind will hit French showrooms with two equipment levels and pricing starting at 17.500 euros. The Renault Wind was launched back in March at the Geneva Motor Show and it seems to be one fast moving launch.

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Fiat 500 C Diesel is going to Japan

In recent developments Fiat’s diesel engines have brought major benefits to Chrysler. The 500 C Diesel edition however is a totally different story. The Diesel edition of the Fiat 500 C doesn’t refer to the engine under the bonnet but to an alliance between Fiat and Diesel, the Italian denim ware label.

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