Posted by in Audi Magazine on July 10, 2011
When it comes to the 2010 Audi A5, there are many different features you need to know about it. This car is a great example of sophistication, luxury as well as performance that all operates in a wonderful harmony.
The exterior of this vehicle improves on the concept of the classic coupe. It has a muscular, low-slung stance as well as a pronounced single frame grill that has LED daytime running lights available on it. This feature is what gives this car an unmistakable Audi look, while also enhancing the look and aesthetic of the vehicle. This vehicle has a timeless shape to it as it has a sculpted, fluid look to it. From the attention of the body lines being sculpted and fluid, right down to the five spoke alloy wheels, this vehicle makes an elegant statement which helps to earn it “Design of the Year” from the Automobile Magazine.
This vehicle has been designed for the driver, with many storage spaces available in the cockpit, and also having benchmark materials as part of the design. Due to the design, the driver of the Audi A5 should have no issue in being able to reach the controls from their position, and they should have no issue with their comfort while driving. The finest materials have been used when it comes to the interior of this car, and the craftsmanship is wonderful. Some of the storage spaces in this vehicle are a spot to store your water bottle as well as storage nets on the back of the seat.
Luxury and Entertainment
While the interior of the Audi is very comfortable, you will be happy to know that your experience while driving this vehicle will be just as good. To make sure you are comfortable, leather seats are standard and the leather wrapped steering wheel is also standard. You can choose different genuine wood inlays to continue the level of sophistication of this car. A sunroof is another standard feature of this vehicle, which allows for fresh air and an unobstructed view of what is going on overhead. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by in Alfa Romeo Magazine on July 10, 2011
We all know that the future of all car manufacturers should consider the environmental aspects, and as has been done on the sports car was first released in 2007, is a 2-door sports car that apply the 4.7 L engine (~ 287 cu in) V8.
V-8 is a car engine with a model of “V” has eight cylinders mounted on the crankcase in two banks of four cylinders, in many cases placed at right angles to each other but sometimes at a narrow angle, and generally having eight pistons so commonly known as the V8.
The car was debuted on 2003 as a concept car, and officially released on 2007, at the same time Alfa Romeo announced that their production limit to only 500 units, is not explained in resma, but we know that Alfa Romeo would like to maintain the uniqueness of “8C Competizione”, and also because of concern for the environment not to produce too many cars.
The car is marketed not much different from the initial concept, there is only one big difference, located on the outside into the rear-hinged hood. Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione available in four color choices: Including Alfa Red, Competizione Red, black or yellow, paint color choices are dah Also available at extra cost.. bodyshell is made of carbon fiber, manufactured by ATR Group.
The engine and short specification:
Manufacturer by : Alfa Romeo
Production : 2007-2009 (coupé) 500 units
Assembly by : Modena, Italy (Maserati)
Layout : FR layout (its simple design and good handling characteristics)
Engine(s) : 4.7 L (~287 cu in) V8
Transmission(s) : 6-speed semi-automatic transmission Read the rest of this entry »