2011 KTM X-BOW R
The KTM X-Bow is probably not the most beautiful feed in the path of the train, but did not appear to help you gain airstreams. With 240 horsepower motivating only 1742 pounds, the X-Bow has a lot of biff to the cube with the tracks on congenator eliminate.And if the 240 horses can help you get on the track or the next stop light, of 300 horse power the better to consist even fix.
R eceive official KTM X-Bow annunciated that the new R, in fact, the real deal, with 300 horsepower Audi engine adaptation by a 2.0-liter turbocharged S3 comes from this. R X-Bow bequeath also sits lower with a lower engine bestriding to increase cornering speeds and impress your friends simultaneously. Model R bequeath reportedly came two anatomy, a “Sport” variant for the road and “Race” pack for the track.
2011 TOYOTA iQ
Toyota iQ mini has update more modestly, the 2011 model year iQ benefits from some barely noticeable changes inside and an engine lineup that has been revised to meet Euro 5 emissions standards. This is will make its debut at this week’s Paris Motor Show.
2011 Toyota iQ powered by the 1.0-liter VVT-i and 1.33-liter Dual VVT-i petrol engines have been revised to meet Euro 5 emissions standards, with Toyota claiming the changes had no impact on performance or fuel efficiency. As such, the 1.0-litre (manual) model delivers 99g/km and 64.2mpg UK on the combined cycle and the 1.33-liter (manual) with Stop & Start returns 113g/km and 57.6mpg UK.
Also introduction of a new gray interior with contrasting black upper trims on the doors and toning fabric upholstery or optionally with Kuru black leather upholstery, the iQ’s cabin also gets new soft-touch materials on the dashboard and the door panels.