2011 FIVE AXIS LEXUS CT 200h CONCEPT
Upcoming the 2011 Chicago Auto Show, Lexus will be showing off a wilder CT 200h prepared by parent company Toyota’s tuning partner Five-Axis. the 2011 Chicago Auto Show which runs for the public from February 11 to 20.
The highly-modified Five Axis Project CT will be dressed in a custom made wide body kit with hybrid’s bad-boy appearance further enhanced by the JDSU “Dark Passage” paint, the lowered ride height (thanks to a TEIN Flex coilover suspension system), and custom 19-inch FIVE:AD forged alloy wheels.
Lexus CT 200h concept study will get a bespoke interior treatment and a Stoptech High Performance Big Brake Kit on the front.
In addition, the Five Axis Project CT will be joined by numerous Lexus models including vehicles from last year’s SEMA Show such as a customized LS600h L by VIP Auto Salon and a revamped RX 450h courtesy of tuner Paul Tolson, EST Styling, plus the full range of production models like the 2012 LFA sports car.
2011 SEAT EXEO
The Seat Exeo based Audi A4 get “auto emocion” touches here and there. The Multitronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) gearbox now it has been paired with the 143HP 2.0-liter TDI diesel engine available on both the Exeo sedan and station wagon (ST) models.
The Seat Exeo Multitronic comes with 7 pre-configured gears, the CVT transmission can virtually provide infinite gear ratios, better exploiting the engine’s resources, while reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Different performance of both sedan and wagon models but both versions are equally frugal, requiring 5.8 lt/100 km (40.5 US mpg) in the combined cycle, it is:
The diesel-powered Seat Exeo sedan accelerates from standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 9.3 seconds and can reach a top speed of 208 km/h (129 mph).
The station wagon is marginally slower (0-100 kmh/0-62 mph in 9.6 seconds, top speed of 201 km/h or 125 mph).
Seat Exeo offers ST model, both the standard model and ST equipped with the 143-horsepower diesel and Multitronic gearbox come as standard with seven airbags, dual-zone air conditioning, front and rear power windows, foglights, chrome roof rails (on the Exeo ST), remote-controlled central locking, cruise control, Bluetooth, auto-dimming rear view mirror, CD MP3 radio with 8 speakers and 17-inch alloys.
The new all Exeo gives benefit from a repositioned the rear seat configuration, which increases legroom by an impressive 4.4 cm (1.73 inches) without affecting the comfort or cargo space.