VDS GT 001
The all-new VDS GT 001 is the basic platform of the Gillet Vertigo supercar, which gives it some rather impressive numbers and an oddly stout appearance. To boot, the production of this Belgium supercar is extremely limited. Under the hood of the VDS GT 001 is a Maserati-sourced 4,244 cc (4.2-liter) V-8 that pumps out a stout 357 kW (480 horsepower). This powerful V-8 engine pumps all 480 ponies through a 6-speed sequential gearbox and to the rear wheels.
The new Mokka SUV continues an unprecedented product revolution by Vauxhall and is set to make further waves with its bold, expressive design, advanced driving dynamics and technology. Mini-block spring coils for the AWD variant ensure that the dampers can rebound even when fully loaded. In all the powertrain variants the Mokka can tow a payload of up to 1,200kg.
HONDA BRIO DIESEL
The Brio will subsequently receive the compact diesel engine, which is 1.5-litre in capacity and has 4-cylinders. A fixed geometry turbocharger and a variable geometry turbocharger could be the difference in hardware. The 1.5-litre diesel engine is expected to produce 75 BHP in the lower state of tune, while it could produce 95 BHP in the higher set of tune and torque should in the region of 200 Nm.
TATA SAFARI STORME
What the Safari have is a smaller turning radius of 5.4 metres instead of the current car’s 6 metres making it rather useful in tight spaces and during off-roading.The Safari Storme continues to remain a seven-seater, with jump seats at the rear, though the spare wheel is now placed under the rear tail gate instead of on it.