Alright, you need a reason to switch to diesel, here's one. Yep, this here is the Cayenne S Diesel, which now boasts the most pulling power of all the diesel Cayennes - its 4.2-litre twin-turbocharged V8 (as seen - albeit detuned - in the Audi A8) builds up 381hp and 850Nm of torque. Eight HUNDRED and fifty. That's more than a 911 Turbo S.
How to create your own Audi RS5 Cabriolet: take Audi RS5. Remove metal roof. Replace with rag-top that folds in 15 seconds at up to 50km/h. Add 200kg of stiffening metal. Drive like stolen.
Let's all welcome the new Aston Martin Mondaudi, the latest creation from Ford's design studio. Note the grille, borrowed from the current AM V12, the slimline LED lights, snaffled from an Audi A5/A6/A7/A8, and the general fastback outline - thanks Kia Optima and Audi A7!
This is the new Ford Fiesta. And it is like a mobile naggy parent.
“Don’t change it. Just make it better”. This, after many hours in conversation, was apparently the brief from the core customer base for the new Range Rover. Not an easy thing to deliver, but this fourth generation of a British icon would seem to have done it.
WE ALL KNOW that predicting COE results is a bit like sitting down for a poo and trying to foresee how many logs fall out: you have to rely on some vague gut feel, and no matter what, the end result stinks.
Many moons ago on Top Gear, the chaps received a letter from a gentleman who had received a botched eye job. He required a vehicle that was a) catastrophically ugly, and b) biblically fast. We presented to him the Gumpert Apollo.
What better way for Volkswagen Centre Singapore to introduce the rebirth of an icon, The Beetle, under a nostalgic setting in the National Museum of Singapore.