Volvo has really taken a big step forward with the new Volvo XC90. Not only this new model shows Volvo’s new exteror and interior design, it also features new powertrain and safety technologies. Volvo XC90 is also the first model built on the new Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) technology.
Since the launch of Rolls-Royce Wraith in 2013, customers have been able to commission their Rolls-Royce Wraith with Bespoke Audio; the most exhaustively designed sound system in automotive history. With Rolls-Royce Wraith Inspired by Music, these characteristics, and the precious materials used in the Bespoke Audio system, are brought very much to the fore
The 2016 Aston Martin DB9 GT will make its global debut as part of the marque’s presence at the Pebble Beach Automotive Week from 13 August. The new Aston Martin DB9 GT will be accompanied by a glimpse of Aston Martin’s Second Century with the DBX concept, Lagonda Taraf and Aston Martin Vulcan supercar all set for appearances.
Compared to the predecessor, this new Mercedes-Benz S 400 Hybrid is 20 percent more fuel efficient. The combined NEDC fuel consumption is 6.3 l/100km and the CO2 emissions are 147 g/km. Not bad for a car that weighs close to two tons. On our test drive the combined fuel consumption was close to 9.0 l/100km.
The Volvo S80 T5 is powered by the new four-cylinder, two-litre, turbocharged petrol engine. It T5 delivers 180 kW (245 hp) at 5,500 rpm. The 350 Newton metres of torque is available between 1,500 and 4,800 rpm. Thanks to this huge torque, the engine feels much “bigger” considering that its displacement is just 1,995 cc
Audi’s flagship received a little facelift for the Model Year 2014. The engine hood, the single-frame grille and the headlights have been redesigned. At the rear, the LED lights have become flatter and are now joined together by a continuous chrome strip. Also noticeable are the two rhomboid tailpipes.
It looks like a compact version of the S-Class, so we just had to take the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class for a test drive to see how it matches against its luxurious big brother. With this Executive package, featuring the classic radiator grille and the Mercedes star on the bonnet, the front-end looks very much like the new S-Class, just a bit smaller.
Is the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class the ultimate Gentleman’s Car? It just might be. It looks amazing, It’s both comfortable and luxurious, and comes loaded with the latest technology. The engine lineup offers also powerful choices, and although the rear seat is comfortable, you love to drive it yourself. Sounds like perfect? Well, it pretty much is.