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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

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Porsche 911 Turbo S 2010

Showcasing the super cool 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo car.This is Porsche’s new 911 Turbo, with an enlarged and twin-turbocharged engine producing more power, plus the option of a twin-clutch gearbox that features proper gearshift paddles. Swiss tuner Sportec has also prepared an upgrade package named the SP580 for the facelift version 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo. Here are the pictures...

Sportec SP580 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo


Porsche 911 Turbo S 2010 Pictures



2010 Porsche 911 Turbo Video





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Porsche Boxster Spyder - Looks Cool!

Porsche’s current cool 2 seater roadster car, the Boxster is to get a performance makeover for the final few years of its life when a light and fast hardcore version called the Boxster Spyder hits UK car showrooms. The Porsche Boxster Spyder, revealed in these official Porsche pictures below, will make its motor show debut at next month’s Los Angeles Auto Show, before going on sale in the UK in February 2010.






Based on the current cool car that is the Boxster S, the Spyder gets modest power and torque hikes over the Boxster S, running instead the same 3.4-litre engine and tune as the current Cayman S, which develops 315bhp at 7200rpm and 273lb ft at 4750rpm.

Contributing just as greatly to this car’s improved performance will be the weight-saving regime Porsche has put it though. The Spyder is 80kg lighter than a regular Boxster S, and its 247bhp-per-tonne power-to-weight ratio compares impressively to that of a regular Boxster S (227bhp-per-tonne), a Cayman S (233bhp per tonne) - even an entry-level 911 Carrera (241bhp-per-tonne).






There are signs of that weight-saving programme all over this car. Up front, the regular Boxster’s daytime running lights and fog lamps have been removed and blanked off. At the rear, the car’s automatic roof system has been completely taken out, replaced with a lighter, manually-operated canopy-style roof and new “double-bubble” style rear deck.

Porsche’s weight-saving programme leaves an equally noticeable legacy inside the Spyder’s cabin. A pair of lighter and more supportive bucket seats take the place of the standard Boxster S’ chairs, and belt-like door pulls replace the regular car’s interior doorhandles. There is no air conditioning as standard and no CD/radio, although buyers will be able to option these systems. The car does feature electric door mirrors and electric windows.

Equipped with Porsche PDK double-clutch gearbox and Sport Chrono Plus package (which includes the all-important launch control), the Boxster Spyder will crack 62mph from launch in just 4.8sec – two tenths of a second quicker than a standard S. It’s slightly more fuel efficient than a Boxster S too, although because its roof must be removed for top speed runs, it has a higher co-efficient of drag and a slightly more modest top speed of 166mph.

The Boxster Spyder’s chassis will have a more focussed, sporting specification and set-up than a Boxster S’, although exact details on that remain to be confirmed. Expect a lower ride height, stiffer springs and anti-roll bars, and fixed rate dampers weighing less per corner than Porsche’s sophisticated PASM dampers.

Exterior design flourishes unique to the Boxster Spyder include restyled air intakes in its front valance and on its flanks, a new high-level brake light at the rear and an extended rear spoiler. On the inside, a body-coloured transmission tunnel and fascia accent set the car apart.

Sourced from Autocar.co.uk

Cool Gold Cars

There's nothing like a cool gold car to let everyone know you're not short of cash! Featuring Gold versions from Porsche, BMW, Bugatti, Ferrari and many more....

Gold Porsche 911 turbo
This Porsche 911 turbo is also from Russia. His owner was not satisfied with the auto at the cost of $200.000 and he decided to cover it with golden plates.

Twenty kilograms of pure gold was spent on this Porsche 911 tuning. But even this seemed not enough to the owner and the famous Russian designer Denis Simachiev used Russian traditions in the design of this model having painted it with gold using Khokhloma method. The cost of this unique auto is not being told to public.


Gold BMW 5 Series
Check out this gold BMW 5 Series!


More Golden Greats.....
Starting with this stunning gold Bugatti Veyron....wow, how cool is this car!


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