The naturally aspirated flat-six engine, familiar from the 911 GT3 Cup racing car and the 911 GT3 series production model, forms the centrepiece of a sports car that has been designed for maximum driving pleasure. The engine revs as high as 9,000 rpm. Compared to the 718 Cayman GT4, the 718 Cayman GT4 RS has an extra 80 PS, resulting in a weight-to-power ratio of 2.83 kg/PS. Maximum torque has been increased from 430 to 450 Nm. Among the striking features of the new, top-of-the-range 718 are the process air intakes behind the driver and passenger windows. The 718 Cayman normally has small side windows here. The new air intakes improve both the intake airflow and, at the same time, create a thrilling intake noise right next to the occupants' ears. The characteristic air intakes in front of the rear wheels have been retained and are used for engine cooling.
The Audi Q5 Sportback - New highlights - Exterior and interior design
Striking details make the appearance of the Audi SQ5 Sportback TDI3 even more powerful. Vertical braces structure the large side air inlets in the front bumper. In the octagonal single-frame grill, filigree bars connect large octagonal honeycombs with one another. Audi installs LED headlights as standard, optionally Matrix LED headlights with automatic high beam and dynamic turn signals. The rear bumper integrates a clasp in matt aluminum with the diffuser insert and four chrome-plated oval tailpipe trims beneath it. The new digital OLED technology is available for the rear lights. The interior of the Audi SQ5 Sportback TDI3 is in black or dark gray tones, and the illuminated aluminum door sills have S logos. There is a choice of three covers for the electrically adjustable sports seats with the embossed S logos. Contrast stitching adorns the seats and the steering wheel, and a massage function and seat ventilation are available on request. Brushed aluminum is standard for the inlays, the alternatives are carbon in two versions and piano lacquer
The Bentley Flying Spur – hailed as “the best luxury sedan in the world” – is now available with Bentley’s renowned and highly successful V8 powertrain, as an alternative to the iconic W12. Research from the last ten years shows a significant shift in the usage of the Flying Spur from chauffeur-driven owners to customers driving themselves with passengers accompanying them. Global research (including two customer clinics in America and China) also demonstrated that over 40 per cent of customers travel with rear seat passengers at least once a week. This data has been used to develop the latest iteration of the new four door grand tourer, focusing on the driver experience whilst retaining a cabin space that combines exquisite luxury with integrated latest-generation technology. The Flying Spur V8 offers a more driver-centric experience via increased agility and a more characterful engine note, whilst benefiting from increased range between fuel stops and a reduction in CO2 emissions.
Citroën introduces the New 100% Electric ë-C4 X and C4 X, featuring a unique and elegant design approach for customers looking for an attractive alternative to affordable compact SUVs and compact offerings on the market. Following in the footsteps of the elegant new Citroën C5 X, the design of the New ë-C4 X and C4 X dares to challenge the traditional definitions of compact car bodies to offer users something unique: a mix of designs that It combines the sleek bodywork of a fastback with the modern attitude of an SUV and the timeless refinement and roominess of a 4-door. The New 100% electric ë-C4 X and C4 X also benefit from the new generation of Citroën's MyCitroën Drive Plus infotainment system, which offers a complete package of connectivity and connected services.