2011 ANDERSON GERMANY FERRARI F430 SPYDER
Anderson Germany has created a package on Ferrari F430 Spyder that brings the regular version closer to the flagship edition of the series, the F430 Spider Scuderia 16M. Ferrari F430 Spyder with the two-tone color theme continues inside with a mix of carbon black leather and Alcantara, contrasted by yellow piping.
The Ferrari F430 Spyder gets the smoked headlamps and tail lights along with the new tail pipes and a set of three-piece, 20-inch glossy black alloy wheels with carbon and yellow border shod in 235 tires at the front and 325 at the rear axle complete the look.
Anderson Germany also adds a carbon-fiber trim package with decorative pieces for the steering wheel, door handles, doorsill plates, handbrake lever and shift paddles on Ferrari F430 Spyder. The tune continues with the performance upgrades that include an ECU optimization and a custom sports exhaust system that help boost output from 490-horses to 569HP. The company also fiddled around with the suspension adding a three-level remote adjustable racing damper control.
2012 BMW X1
2012 BMW X1 SUV offer two new engines, the first unit, which will be available this autumn, is a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engine producing 184HP and 270 Nm (27,5 kgm) from 1,250-4,500 rpm. Please jump to view more info and photos of BMW X1.
For the compact crossover will be available in both rear and four-wheel drive versions bearing the sDrive20i and xDrive20i designations respectively, and which accelerate from 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 7.4 (sDrive) and 7.8 (xDrive) seconds.
The second unit engine for BMW X1 is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel which powers the (rear-wheel drive) BMW X1 sDrive20d. It comes with TwinPower Turbo technology that incorporates variable turbine geometry and common rail injection. Output is rated at 163HP and peak torque at 330 Nm (243.4 lb-ft) between 1,750-2500 rpm. An average consumption of just 4.5 litres/100 km and CO2 emissions of 119 gr/km make the sDrive20d the most efficient model in the BMW X1 range.
Both models feature BMW’s EfficientDynamics technology, which consists of a gear change indicator, brake energy regeneration, electromechanical power steering, disengegable air-conditioning compressor, auto start-stop system and low-rolling resistance tires.