2011 VOLKSWAGEN AMAROK
The Volkswagen Amarok will be offered only as a double-cab in three trim levels and with a choice of two turbo diesel engines in Britain. The entry-level powerplant is the 2.0-litre TDI with 122-ponies, which is available on the Startline models. A more powerful 2.0-liter BiTDI with 163-horses is standard on the Trendline and Highline models.
2011 Volkswagen Amarok is equipped with VW’s 4MOTION Selectable four-wheel drive system, which allows the driver to choose between rear-wheel drive, four-wheel drive and low range four-wheel drive through a dashboard-mounted button. All models fitted with this 4WD system have a gross vehicle weight of 3,170 kg and more robust suspension which results in a payload of over 1,045 kg
The Highline model is also available with 4MOTION Selectable four-wheel drive system, the option of a permanent 4WD system that reduces payload to below 1,045 kg due to the different settings of the suspension, which is tuned to offer “a more car-like driving experience with improved ride and refinement”, according the German company’s claims.
2011 VILNER MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO X
Vilner is tuning on a Japanese mode, Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X. The company Overdrive also joined forces, which took over the performance upgrades. Starting with Vilner replaced the standard Lancer EVO X’s headlamps and tail lights with brand new LED units.
Then, the Bulgarian is handling interior with studio gave the Lancer a black leather upholstery treatment with white colored accents and stitching, along with a black alcantara roof lining and carbon trim on the steering wheel and gear lever. A pair of OMP front bucket seats and the piano black decorative trim round off the interior changes.
While Overdrive fitted the Japanese sports sedan with carbon elements on the outside along with 18-inch Weds Sports alloy wheels, a Greddy exhaust system, an adjustable K-sport suspension and finished up with a power kit that boosts the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine’s output to 400-horses.