2011 FORD F-150 HARLEY DAVIDSON
Present the Ford 150 with a special edition Harley-Davidson, perfectly blends the flexibility and capability of F-Series trucks with the free spirit of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. With authentic styling, a new standard 6.2-liter V8 engine and plenty of technology upgrades, it’s the most powerful and capable Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson yet.
The exterior of the 2011 Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson offers a bold front fascia and six-bar-shaped billet-style satin chrome grille and boasts “Harley-Davidson” satin chrome badging. The truck also has a lowered appearance because of a standard, fully integrated deployable running board. New graphics on the hood and body side of the truck are executed in an engine-turned finish and feature dimensional satin chrome “Harley-Davidson” lettering.
Interior trim panels are covered in Tuxedo Black paint, while the door scuff plate and console lid also carry the engine-turned finish. All interior chrome surfaces feature a new satin finish. Premium leather-trimmed seats come with accent color inserts and a unique cloisonné badge.
2010 SPEED ART PORSCHE CAYENNE HYBRID
SpeedART is the German tuning firm’s program for the Cayenne Hybrid bumps output on the 3.3-liter supercharged V6 TSI from 333HP to 407HP, thus increasing the petrol engine and electric motor system’s combined output from 380HP to 450HP. The 0-100km/h (62mph) sprint time drops from 6.5 sec to 6.0 sec, while top speed rises by 10km/h to 252km/h (157mph).
The result is Porsche Cayenne Hybrid is more power when needed without affecting the SUV’s capability to run in pure electric operation, in which case, both CO2 emissions and fuel consumption are down to zero.
SpeedART Porsche Cayenne Hybrid finished in light-blue for the exterior as well as a lowering kit module for vehicle’s equipped with the air-ride system, and lowering springs for model’s with the conventional suspension.
While the interior upgrades are limited to a new turbo pressure gauge mounted on the dashboard and a grey finish for the rev counter on the instrument panel.