COSWORTH HYUNDAI GENESIS COUPE
As the name suggest, Hyundai collaborated with the world renowned engineering design and manufacturer, Cosworth to create this ultimate Genesis Coupe. This special Cosworth tuned model takes the new Genesis Coupe 3.8-liter, direct-injected engine to racecar levels, with an impressive 389 horsepower at 6400 rpm, and tire-shredding torque of 440 Nm at 5100 rpm, all with daily-driving civility.
BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT SPEED
Developing 616 bhp at 6000 rpm and 800 Nm of torque from 2000 rpm, the twin-turbo, 48-valve, 6.0-litre W12 is now fitted with the very latest ME17 engine management system. Capable of performing 180 million individual calculations per second, the new system delivers enhanced turbocharger control, outstanding torque management and improvements to driveability. In addition, a revised Sport mode provides a sharper throttle with faster response for effortless acceleration at all speeds.
PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 4 CABRIOLET
The Carrera 4 will be motivated by a 350 horsepower power plant able to push from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.7 seconds. The Cabriolet on the other hand is rated at 8.7 liters / 100 km and 20g g of CO2 / km. As a standard the new 911 Carrera comes with a 7-speed manual gearbox. The Carrera 4 will hit the market featuring the latest version of the active all-wheel drive system also known as the Porsche Traction Management (or PTM) which promises to deliver great traction on a wide variety of weather conditions and road surfaces.
MERCEDES-BENZ E300 BLUE TEC HYBRID
The car has combined the 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel engine developing 150 kW (204 hp) with a powerful hybrid module. Its 20 kW electric motor, positioned between the internal combustion engine and the 7-speed automatic transmission, assists the diesel engine when the car is accelerating (boost effect) and, in alternator mode, is used for the recuperation of braking energy, although it is also suitable for driving under electric power alone.The fuel consumption of the E300 BlueTEC HYBRID is 4.2 litres per 100 kilometres (CO2: 109 g/km).