Ford is introducing new Ka Black and Ka White editions of its city car, with exclusive and stylish exterior and interior designs. The Ford Ka Zetec Black and Zetec White editions offer a sophisticated, personalised design with black bodywork or white bodywork and white interior detailing. Both colour schemes create a classic look with a fresh, contemporary appeal, which also reflects trends in clothing and technology for pure, uncomplicated styling.
The latest special editions are available with Midnight Black or Crystal White bodywork. An optional body colour roof spoiler is offered, while black 16 inch five-spoke alloy wheels are standard.
The Toyota Alphard was first launched in 2002, and almost immediately became a huge sales success in Hong Kong. The Alphard is a favourite among the chauffeur-driven rich in Hong Kong, having given up their German sedans for these ultra-comfortable sofas on wheels. On local shores however, sales of the Alphard only picked up from about 2008 onwards, slightly after the launch of its second generation.
The Alphard is actually named after brightest star in the Hydra constellation, and there is no doubt that the bulk and presence of the third generation Alphard will draw attention just like how a bright star would.
Featuring a fresh new design for the third generation, the Alphard’s styling is definitely not what on...
Quality is a word one associates with the German automakers. However, Volkswagen seem to be the exception, for, for the past 2 years, the Wolfsburg-based manufacturer has topped the list when it comes to the number of customer complaints.
The conventions surrounding SUVs is that they’re big, heavy and thirsty but our time spent with this latest Kia Sorento has turned all those preconceptions on its head. The model was first launched in 2002 and Kia has spent considerable effort remaking the large SUV over the years which has now led to this latest third generation.
The new car has been given an extensive makeover both inside and out. For starters, the front grille has been redesigned and now sports a European-inspired design that give the car an upmarket appearance. Like before, the SUV doesn’t shrink in the presence of other SUVs. At nearly five metres in length (4,780mm), it’s hard to miss and the driver benefits from this with few willing to challenge it for right o...
In July2015 BMW M GmbH will replace the existing Competition Package for the BMW M6 Coupe, BMW M6 Gran Coupe and BMW M6 Convertible with an upgraded version. The new Competition Package has been developed with a keen eye on enhancing driving dynamics.
It includes a power boost for the4.4-litre V8 petrol engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology (BMW M6 Coupe/BMW M6 Gran Coupe/BMW M6 Convertible, fuel consumption combined: 9.9/9.9/10.3 l/100 km, CO2emissions combined: 231/231/239 g/km) of 40hp over the standard unit, to 600hp. Peak torque also rises, from680 Nm in standard tuneto700 Nm, and is available across an extremely wide rev band–between 1,500and 6,000 rpm.
Based on the new 911 GT3 RS production sports car, Porsche has designed a customer sport race car for GT3 category racing around the world: the 911 GT3 R. In developing the 500 hp-plus (368 kW) racing ‘nine-eleven’, special attention was paid to its lightweight design, enhanced aerodynamic efficiency, reduced consumption, improved handling, further optimised safety as well as lowering service and spare parts costs.
The 911 GT3 R features the distinctive double-bubble roof, and the wheelbase which has been lengthened by 8.3cm compared to the previous generation. This ensures a more balanced weight distribution and more predictable handling particularly in fast corners in comparison to the previous GT3 R.
The DS brand is to release a series of ‘1955’ limited editions across the range (DS 3, DS 3 Cabrio, DS 4 and the new DS 5) to mark the 60th anniversary of the very first DS.
These new models will be available at dealers worldwide towards the end of June and the cars will be shown during DS WEEK in Paris. DS Week is a dedicated event for the 60th anniversary, which runs from 19 to 24 May 2015.