2011 ANDERSON LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO WHITE EDITION
Anderson Germany created the Lamborghini Gallardo White Edition. The engine has been fitted with sport air filter and exhaust system and, after some software optimization, it’s capable of delivering 600 hp, or 40 more ponies than the stock 5.2-liter V10. A sport suspension completes the tuning package. This is available for purchase.
The discrete exterior modifications implemented by the Düsseldorf-based tuner got lost in all that snowy paintjob. the exterior upgrades include tinted windows and tail-lights, carbon trim and a wide bodykit. The latter is comprised of a new front apron, lowered side skirts, diffuser and rear spoiler. There are also LED lights on the sides of the Gallardo and red brake calipers, which may have looked better in white.
In interior of Lamborghini Gallardo White Edition by Anderson Germany includes cabin is generously clad in -you guessed it- white carbon trim, while the seats boast a two-tone finish, achieved by combining black Alcantara with white leather.
2012 BMW 1 SERIES CONVERTIBLE
BMW claimed that the presentation of 1-Series Coupe and Convertible models for 2012 model year. There are no mechanical changes for the updated models with BMW turning its attention on some subtle design modifications and improved aerodynamics, as well as on refinements to various controls plus new exterior paint colors, upholstery and interior trim.
The updated for the 2012 model year 1-Series Coupe and Convertible models will go on sale in the States this Spring. the BMW 1-Series Coupe and Convertible will continue to be offered with a choice of two powertrains, a 3.0-liter naturally aspirated inline six with 230HP and 200 lb-ft of torque for the 128i, and a 3.0-liter inline-six [N55] with a twin-scroll turbocharger delivering 300 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque, for the 135i variants.
2012 BMW 1-Series 135i features is equipped with a standard 6-speed manual gearbox or optionally with BMW’s 7-speed Double Clutch Transmission (DCT). For the 135i Coupe, acceleration from 0-60 mph [96km/h] is accomplished with the standard 6-speed manual transmission in 5.1 seconds, while the DCT model completes the same sprint in 5.0 seconds. A 6-speed Steptronic automatic remains optional on the 128i. With this configuration the 128i Coupe runs 0-60 mph in 6.7 seconds, or 6.1 seconds with the standard 6-speed manual transmission.
Both get new exterior design accents are limited to the reworked headlights and rear lights with LED strips, fresh styles for the 17-inch alloy and 18-inch alloy wheels and the addition of two new paint finishes, Vermilion Red and Marrakesh Brown.
In interior of both models there are includes new interior trim features and upholstery options. In addition, BMW has added a new sports leather steering wheel with shift paddles and an M leather steering wheel, again with shift paddles, to the cars’ options list.
Other changes include the new markings on the DSC button in the instrument panel as the letters DSC (Dynamic Stability control) have been replaced by a new international symbol, while the light control center and the climate control panel in the center console now feature a chrome edging.
The standard softtop on BMW 1-Series Convertible is available in either black or taupe cloth, but it is the optional Moonlight Black version which is unique to the BMW 1-Series Convertible. Interwoven with fine shiny metallic fibers, this distinctive top produces a shimmery metallic silver appearance in sunlight. The visual effect enhances the convertible’s exciting range of nine colors which includes an exclusive hue: Cashmere Silver Metallic.
The trunk lid has an integrated spoiler chiseled into the rear end of the car to accentuate the short rear section. On the 135i, an additional lip spoiler provides greater downforce on the rear end at high speeds.