2012 SCION tC RS 7.0
2012 Scion tC sports coupe only been eight months in the market, the most important news for the 2012 is the launch of the first release series for the second-generation tC sports coupe. There are Release Series 7.0 or RS 7.0 for short, it’s only build 2,200 units.
Both the Scion tC standard and the Scion tC RS 7.0 are powered by a 2.5-liter inline-four delivering 180HP and 173 lb-ft of peak torque.
For 2012 Scion tC are limited, it is get a new standard Pioneer audio system featuring Bluetooth hands-free, Bluetooth streaming audio and HD Radio technology and an optional upgraded version enhanced with a 5.8-inch LCD touch-screen display, features iTunes tagging and Pandora internet radio connected through iPhone and six RCA outputs to add external amplifiers. 2012 Scion tC standard’s price are set at $18,575 when equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox and $19,575 when ordered with a six-speed automatic.
While Scion tC RS 7.0 is available exclusively in a “High Voltage” yellow exterior finish with contrasting black side view mirrors and black 18-inch alloy wheels. A sports package from TRD that includes front and rear lower valences and side skirts plus a honeycomb lower front grille is also standard.
Interior goods include “High Voltage” yellow accents with black and yellow seat fabric, a leather wrapped steering wheel with yellow stitching and an individually numbered badge.
2011 CAMAL FIAT 500 MARCIA CORTA CONCEPT
2011 Fiat 500 Marcia Corta Concept is he little Italian car more character without altering its retro feel like fitting additional headlights that bring to mind old rally cars. Two Italians, Alessio Minchella (designer) and Alessandro Camorali (surface and product development) with their company, Camal has created the Fiat 500 Marcia Corta.
The Fiat 500 Marcia Corta Concept based of Fiat 500, all changes to the bodywork are done in order to comply with the original and quite special feeling of the 500, and ensure adequate air flow to the ducts. Camal is currently looking for partners for production and distribution, with a price close to the Abath kit.
Alessio Minchella and Alessandro Camorali give the little Italian car more character without altering its retro feel like fitting additional headlights that bring to mind old rally cars.