2010 NOVITEC ROSSO FERRARI CALIFORNIA SUPERCHARGED
Novitec Rosso had made extensive upgrades on the Ferrari California from the exterior, to the interior, and to the engines. Novitec Rosso had given the Ferrari California and edge in terms of appearance by making it sportier. This was made possible by a supercharger engine tuner.
It has a 4.3 liter engine with four valves. This 8 cylinder model is equipped with a mechanical charger as well. The exhaust system of this car is improved using Novitec Rosso’s stainless steel exhaust outlet. Then, a manettino, located at the steering wheel, can be used to control the exhaust system. The car’s acceleration is also something that Novitec Rosso takes pride in. From a full stop, the car can go to a hundred kilometers per hour in less than 3.8 seconds. Then, it can go to a top speed of 325 kilometers per hour.
2011 CHEVROLET VOLT
2011 Chevrolet Volt will have a “mountain mode” as a standard feature. The new feature will come in addition to the normal and sport mode. The new mode will allow Volt drivers to set a larger reserve capacity in the battery in terrain that would require the vehicle to use extra power.
The 2011 Chevrolet Volt is powered by 16-kWh, “T”-shaped lithium-ion battery that powers the electric drive unit, which allows it to drive 40 miles on battery power alone.
The system puts out 150-hp and a maximum torque of 273 lb-ft, allowing the Volt to go from 0-60 mph in about 9 seconds, hitting a top speed of 100 mph. The battery can be re-charged by plugging into a household outlet and takes less than 3 hours to recharge on 240 volts, and about 8 hours on a standard 120-volt outlet. The Chevrolet Volt also carries a 1.4 4-clyinder engine that allows the five-door, FWD sedan to travel additional miles while averaging a fuel-economy of 50 mpg. A fully charged battery and full tank of gas will allow the Volt to travel 300 miles.