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BMW has proudly launched the Design Edition of its X6 M model, tagging it as 'particularly sporty and visually striking'. A real treat for BMW M GmbH fans, the design edition is available with M Performance kits and is sporting the trademark BMW M colours of Alpine White, Sapphire Black and Melbourne Red metallic. As with all good limited things, there is a catch. The BMW factory in South Carolina will roll out only 100 units of these beauties so the car will be a rare sight on the roads.
Dressed in Merino leather on the inside, the interior also includes a bicolour instrument panel in Black/Mugello Red with Mugello Red contrast stitching. An edition specific badge is fitted in the individual interior trim which is tastefully done in Piano Black. The powertrain is the same as the...
Being rated by most critics as one of the most good looking cars in the mid-size sedans segment, the 2014 Mazda 6 sports sedan really hits the spot in this regard. However, Mazda has always struggled to get humans into their cars rather catching dust in showrooms. A comparative example is the fact that Toyota sold more Camry’s in a month than Mazda sold the Mazda 6s in a calendar year. That is why the automakers had to spring into action and at least apply touches that will at least make the Mazda 6 attract people in showrooms, even if for a cursory look. But good looks and a bit of flash is not enough to make people reach into their pockets, a point that Mazda has tried very hard to overcome.
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At this year’s Tokyo Motor Show in Japan, car manufacturer Toyota unveiled a really awesome concept car which it hopes will be mass-produced in 2015: the Toyota FCV!
What exactly is the Toyota FCV?
For those of you unfamiliar with this concept model, the Toyota FCV is the Japanese carmaker’s foray into large-scale car production using hydrogen fuel cell technology. Although it is still a concept car, the company is showcasing this vehicle as a preview to the model it intends to have on sale by 2015.
Car manufacturers in the past have toyed with the idea of producing vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cell technology in the past, but as with many technological innovations in the car industry, cost has been a limiting factor to realise the potential of such altern...
Nisaan unveiled the latest models in its line of performance cars under the segment 'Nismo' at the Los Angeles auto show. Among these was the 2015 GT-R Nismo which managed to steal the show thanks to its remarkable accelerating time from 0-60 mph of 2 seconds. Performance was put on centre stage as the GT-R Nismo was labelled as the most powerful Nissan GT-R supercar ever released. The supercar is scheduled to be open for sale later in 2014.
Fittingly so, Nissan had invited over six-time Olympic gold-medalist Usain Bolt for the unveiling. Arguably the fastest man on the planet as well as Nissan's 'Director of Excitement', Bolt presented the GT-R Nismo with Nissan proudly beaming at their idea of having the athlete present one of their fastest cars. Bolt already possesses a gold p...
Porsche has recently released the final performance figures for its 887 horsepower plug-in hybrid 918 Spyder. It appears the final tuning measures have made the supercar go the extra mile in terms of speed and performance. It seems Porsche either misjudged the 918's previous performance figures or was being a little modest. With deliveries about to be started, it can be that Porsche probably had been holding these specs like an ace up its sleeve, surprising everyone with even better acceleration times than previously announced, and ultimately give it another major boost for sales.
The weight optimised Weissach package seems to be the added feature that produced the difference. The vehicle now accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in just 2.6 seconds (-0.2 seconds), from zero to 200 k...
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