2011 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE PROTOTYPE
Land Rover’s more incentive for the development of marketing Land Rover Range Rover Evoque by Victoria Beckam’s involvement as a designer for this car. Continuing with the display 10 special prototype versions of the ‘baby’ Range Rover wrapped in trendy camouflage with each vehicle saying ‘Hello’ to one of the following cities: London, New York, Sao Paulo, Paris, Milan, Madrid, Berlin, Sydney, Shanghai and Moscow. The imagery on each prototype is actually a GPS mapping trail of the city it represents.
This tactic aims to attract the interest of potential customers and also Land Rover plans to use these special test cars around the world to drum up interest in the Evoque that goes on sale in summer of 2011.
According to the automaker, more than 17,000 individual tests will be performed on all components and systems of the Evoque before the compact crossover enters series production.
2010 MANSORY ROLLS ROYCE GHOST WHITE EDITION
Finally, you will soon see the Mansory Rolls Royce Ghost White Edition. Starting with features the exact same body kit with restyled bumpers, spoilers, side skirts and additional air vents as well as alloy wheel designs with the Gold Edition, this time Mansory skipped the Fast-&-Furious paint job and gaudy gold trim in favor of a simple white finish and unpainted 22-inch rims. The silly-looking boot lid spoiler is still there, but overall, a huge improvement over the Gold Edition.
The engine used a performance package that lifts output from 570HP and 780Nm to 638HP and 860Nm / 634.3 lb-ft of torque. The extra grunt helps the Ghost White Edition complete the 0 to 100km/h (62mph) sprint in 4.5 seconds (0.4 sec faster than the stock model), while thanks to the revoked speed limit, top speed is now 290km/h (180mph).
While the interior was also upgraded with two-tone leather surfaces all around, custom wood trim on the dashboard, steering wheel, and door panels, aluminum pedals and foot rest, and additional LED lighting. Mansory’s upgrades go as far as re-upholstering the car’s boot.