2010 DODGE VIPER SRT10 ACR-X
The Viper SRT10 American Club Racer-X (ACR-X) is powered by the SRT-exclusive naturally aspirated 8.4 liter V10 engine, complete with original headers and an acutely limited exhaust. This engine generates 640 horsepower at 6100 rpm and 605 lb-ft of torque at 5100 rpm, allocating an immense 76.2 horsepower for every liter of consumed gas.
Compared to the standard production model of the Dodge Viper, the suspension of the SRT10 ACR-X is racing tuned and enhanced with racetrack usage in mind. The SRT10 ACR-X is also lighter than the standard Viper by 160 pounds, weighing in at 3190 lbs, meant for the vehicle to race through the most difficult road courses head on. Aerodynamic features include a front and rear spoiler, monstrous air intakes, and a scooped hood. The package is meant to augment stability and enhance grip during high-speed turns by improving downforce and general airflow.
2011 JAGUAR XJ SALOON
2011 Jaguar XJ Saloon based of the Jaguar XJ. With features like extra rear legroom (a full 1 meter), illuminated rear vanity mirrors, four zone automatic climate control, rear privacy glass, a rear electric window sunblind, the XJ Saloon is targeted for the professional drivers and luxury transportation.
Jaguar also offers a special Chauffeur Programme where the XJ Saloon owners will have the benefits such as like-for-like replacement vehicles in the event of a mechanical breakdown during the warranty period. With its attractive residual values, low carbon footprint and distinctive appearance, the Jaguar XJ offers chauffeurs an innovative and sustainable choice.
The vehicle’s unique lightweight aluminium structure, which not only contributes to lower fuel consumption when driving, but also significantly reduces the car’s overall carbon footprint. The use of 50 per cent recycled aluminium in the bodyshell saves around three tonnes of CO2 in the manufacture of each vehicle, before the car has even turned a wheel.