Koenigsegg Quant

Koenigsegg Quant

Posted: March 4, 2009 
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Going green does not necessarily mean sacrificing power when it comes to cars and that is exemplified by the Swedish-made Koenigsegg Quant. With twin electric motors powering the Quant with 715 Nm of torque, this European beauty can hit 62 MPH in 5.2 seconds, an excellent push for a four-seater. Long range deep cycle batteries provide the electricity needed to power the Quant’s ABS, airbags and entertainment system and their 20 minute charge time makes them easy and accessible when you need them. Topping off the obvious green features is the fact that the car is covered in photovoltaic coating, giving it the ability to utilize the sun’s rays whenever they’re available.

Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

Posted: March 2, 2009 
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Ferrari unveiled the original 599 GTB concept vehicle last year to great acclaim and still they’ve found room for improvement! The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano concept will include two different models; the 599 HGTE will feature Handling GT Evoluzione and the 599XX will feature an engine designed to be a cross between a street car and a racer. Along with the high end engine comes high end style and the Fiorano offers both a sleek external look and a comfortable cabin with features galore.

Pontiac 2009 Solstice GXP

Pontiac 2009 Solstice GXP

Posted: March 2, 2009 
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With the look and feel of a sports car and the power under the hood to match, the 2009 Pontiac Solstice GXP offers both raw power and absolute comfort. The cabin features full leather seating and a three-spoke leather clad steering wheel, making it that much easier to pretend you’re driving an actual race car. The sleek exterior sits atop an ECOTEC 2.0L WT engine with a manual transmission and added design features like body-color foldaway exterior mirrors round out one of the best cars of the year.

Bentley Continental Supersport

Bentley Continental Supersport

Posted: February 27, 2009 
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Gentlemanly elegance and raw power collide in the luxurious Bentley Continental Supersport, a car featuring the best in style and design while boasting great hardware and innovative features. The Supersport is powered by a W12 power unit, allowing it to go from 0-100 KM/h in only 3.9 seconds and making it the fastest GT designed Bentley ever. The sleek design of the frame is modeled in the cabin and features like FlexFuel sweeten the deal on a car so beautiful it could sell itself.

Ski-Doo MX Z

Ski-Doo MX Z

Posted: February 27, 2009 
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Whether you want to travel at high speeds on open, snowy plains for work purposes or simply to enjoy the adventure, the Ski-Doo MX Z is the machine for the job. With your choice of three available liquid-cooled engines (600 H.O. E-TEC, 800R Power T.E.K. or 1200 4-TEC respectively), the Ski-Doo has the rugged style and raw power of a true snowcross race sled. Added features include a Kayaba HPG Clicker Take-Apart aluminum front frame, Pilot-brand 5.7 skis and a REV-XP racing seat for total comfort.

Tramontana R

Tramontana R

Posted: February 25, 2009 
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While it may not be in the average man’s price range the Tramontana R is definitely the average man’s dream come true. Styled as a fighter jet on wheels, this Spanish-made supercar is powered by a turbocharged 710 HP Mercedes-Benz V12 engine with the ability to push the car from 0-62 MPH is a measly 3.6 seconds. Adding to the raw power and Top Gun design is the novelty that comes with owning this machine; only 12 will be constructed per year.

Honda Fury

Honda Fury

Posted: February 24, 2009 
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Keeping with the trend of Japanese motorcycle manufacturers imitating larger American-made bikes is the Honda Fury, an ultra-low chrome Fury model. Powered by a liquid-cooled 1300 cc V-Twin engine, the Fury rides on a slim 21″ front tire and fat 200-series rear tire in a super-stretched wheelbase. The lowrider theme is completed with a 27″ seat and the option to add a wide range of leather accessories presents a perfect opportunity for customization and added style as you make the Fury your own.

Rolls-Royce 200EX

Rolls-Royce 200EX

Posted: February 23, 2009 
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It may be officially dubbed a concept car but industry analysts do expect many of the style and hardware aspects of the Rolls-Royce 200EX to remain intact in the production model to be released in 2010. The 200EX is based on the BMW 7 series platform and resembles the Phantom and Drophead Coupe in many of its design aspects; the curves of the 200EX round out an overall smaller package then either of those models though. While the 200EX is powered along by a V12 engine, Rolls-Royce has been tight-lipped on mechanical details.

Driving Activity Reporter

Driving Activity Reporter

Posted: February 23, 2009 
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Whether your aim is tracking your own vehicular activities throughout the week or finding out where your brother-in-law takes your car when he borrows it, the Driving Activity Reporter will do the trick. Powered by a 16 channel GPS receiver, the Reporter is a simple thumb-sized device that can be mounted anywhere inside your car with the ability to store up to 100 hours of activity for your review. Variables recorded include locations visited and routes to get there and the speed of the car at any given time.

Triumph Speed Triple

Triumph Speed Triple

Posted: February 21, 2009 
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With an aggressive build and a sleek black exterior, the Triumph Speed Triple lacks very little where the look of a motorcycle is concerned. All of that beauty is powered along by the patented Triumph Triple Engine, a row of inline cylinders giving the bike 1050 cc and a top speed of !!!. The Showa suspension is fully adjustable depending on your preferred style of ride and the flyscreen, mudguard, seat cowls and sprocket covers are all fashioned from carbon fiber, completing the package.

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