The MOTIV.e is as two-seater concept vehicle completely constructed using the economical iStream production process. It has plastic body panels. The MOTIV.e delivers a new level of personal mobility.
This vehicle is provided with an 8.8 kWh lithium-ion battery which powers an electric motor that develops a peak output of 34 HP (25 kW) and 896 Nm (660 lb-ft) of torque. This enables the 730 kg (1,609 lb) MOTIV.e to accelerate from 0-100 km/hr in under 15 seconds. The Motiv.e can reach a top speed of 105 km/hr and has a travel range of 160 kms (100 miles) in just a single charge. When the battery is depleted, it can be fully recharged in approximately 1 hour with a quick charger or 3 hours with a household outlet.
The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster has no roof, just a strong rollover bar for optimum safety. The design is focused on optimum aerodynamics and stability through fast corners.
A monocoque made from carbon-fiber reinforced polymer forms the basis of the Roadster. All exterior parts are made from CFRP.
Carbon fiber dominates also the interior of the Veneno Roadster. The carbon fiber monocoque is visible inside the car around the central tunnel and the sills. The two lightweight bucket seats are made from Lamborghini's patented Forged Composite.
The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is driven by a twelve-cylinder engine with a displacement of 6.5 liters and is equipped with the extremely fast-shifting ISR transmission with five modes, permanent all-wheel drive and a racing chassis. It will produce a maximum output of 552 kW / 750 hp.
The Veneno Roadster accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds and top speed stands at 355 km/h.
The BBR GT270 is the most powerful new Mazda MX-5 on sale today, producing 268bhp (199 kW) at 7350rpm and a peak torque of 227 lb-ft (307 Nm) at 5100rpm. Given the considerable torque increase over standard BBR has installed an uprated Exedy clutch with a higher clamping pressure than the factory unit to ensure longevity of the GT270’s powertrain.
With careful component selection allied to extensive ECU recalibration, BBR has achieved exceptional power gains at very low turbo boost pressures, thus ensuring maximum efficiency and longevity for GT270 owners.
With a kerb weight of just 1190 kilos and supercar troubling power-to-weight ratio of 225bhp per ton (144bhp per ton standard), the BBR Mazda GT270 is capable of 0-60mph in just 4.9 seconds, culminating in an electronically limited top speed of 150mph.
The new BBR Mazda MX-5 270 will be available in a limited series of just 100 units with electrifying performance priced at £29,995.00 (car included).
The BMW M Performance tailpipe trim elements are offered in chrome or carbon, bearing the M logo. Other changes include the suspension lowered by 20 mm, brake system with red/yellow/orange calipers and two designs of 19-inch alloys. Other exterior components include an aero kit with a front apron and various front & rear air ducting elements, as well as a rear diffuser and side sill attachments.
The outer appearance gets a black decorative grid for the kidney grille, exterior caps in carbon, side sill foils with M Performance inscription and BMW M Performance accent stripes in two colour versions.
The interior changes include the BMW M Performance sports steering wheel in Alcantara/carbon finish with red central marking and Race Display in 12-o'clock position, a gear lever and handbrake handle in carbon and an Alcantara gaiter. Other features available include interior strips in carbon and Alcantara, high-grade steel pedals and a driver footrest in corresponding design.
The BMW M Performance Power Kit increases the output of the 2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder diesel engine by 12 kW/16 bhp to 147 kW/200 bhp and maximum torque by 40 Nm to 420 Nm. A highlight in the suspension area is the BMW M Performance limited-slip differential available for the BMW M235i Coupe. It can now be fitted with a silencer system which reduces exhaust gas pressure to produce a striking, sports-style sound.
The 2014 Elantra Coupe receives suspension calibrations to sharpen turn-in and handling on twisty roads. Other new standard refinements to the Elantra Coupe include the addition of a rear spoiler, 17-inch alloy wheels and a unique blackout grille with chrome surround.
Under the skin, the new 2014 Elantra Coupe has had significant alterations aimed at enhancing handling and steering. A reworked Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS) setup along with stiffer dampers, rear springs and a larger front stabilizer bar on the Elantra Coupe deliver better front roll control / stiffness and more fluid suspension action.
The 2014 Hyundai Elantra Coupe is powered by the all-new 2.0-liter GDI engine called ‘Nu’ producing 173 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 154 lbs.-ft. of torque at 4,700 rpm. The 2.0-liter Nu offers D-CVVT camshafts and hydraulic engine mounts for optimum power, efficiency and refinement. The Elantra Coupe with the new 2.0-liter GDI engine achieves an EPA estimated 24 city/34 highway mpg figure with a ULEV emissions rating.
The Mystere come comes with a front spoiler with integrated LED daytime running lights, a carbon fibre bonnet and a four-part widebody kit. Components responsible for the width are the front wings made from special carbon GFK composite, the side skirts, the door fixtures, as well as the panels for the rear wheel wings.
The rear view is emphasised by the rear spoiler that integrates the end pipes of rear silencer that was developed especially for the Range Rover. Hamann has installed 23-inch forged rims wrapped around in 305/30 R23 Continental tyres.
Interior gets an individual approach with Hamann logo or the signature on door sill trims, velour floor mats and in-house upholstery with leather, Alcantara, double-clear-coat finishes, stainless steel, aluminium, carbon, and much more.
xXx Performance along with Chiptrick technologies have developed a Biturbo system with two specially constructed Garret turbo chargers, tailor-made charge-air cooler and a custom exhaust system.
The Biturbo system is offered in three stages of power, starting with stage 1, the performance of the R8 4.2 FSI surges from 420 to 590 horse power, the torque increases from 430 to a whopping 660 Nm. The mid-range kit produces 640 horse power and 675 Nm and the current top version unleashes a whopping 707 horse power and a powerful 809 Nm.
In its biggest upgrade version, the Biturbo R8 will need just 3.6 seconds from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) and 10.6 until 124 mph (200 km/h). The 0 to 186 mph (300 km/h) journey will take 15.8 seconds prior to reaching an electronically-capped top speed of 194 mph (313 km/h).
xXx Performance has installed 20” Oxigin 14 Oxrock alloy wheels wrapped in the tires of the dimensions 235/30R20 and 295/25R20.
BMW has added the supreme sporty flair in M style with the M Performance parts for the third generation of the BMW X5. It will be available as of the market launch in spring 2014.
The BMW M Performance parts will be available for all model variants of the Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) which include a black decorative grid on the kidney grille, a front splitter and exterior mirror caps in carbon, a diffuser insert for rear apron, air ducting elements and side sill foils. Also included is the brake system with brake calipers finished in blue and 21-inch BMW M Performance light alloy wheels in Bi-Color finish.
The sporty touch in the cockpit is achieved by the sports steering wheel with red central marking, gear lever with carbon surface, accelerator, brake pedal and driver footrest in high-grade steel and BMW M Performance floor mats.
The BMW X5 xDrive35i gets an increased output up by 15 kW/20 bhp to 240 kW/326 bhp. Maximum torque is likewise raised by 50 Nm to 450 Nm. The spontaneous response of the engine can now be felt even more intensely due to an optimised accelerator pedal set-up. It also gets a BMW M Performance silencer system.
The 2014 Elantra receives all-new front and rear exterior designs. Up front, a new open-mouth lower bumper, grille, more technical foglights and projector headlamps with LED accents add a dynamic, precise feel to Elantra. A chrome beltline molding and new sets of 17-inch alloy wheels accentuate the Elantra’s premium image. A new black, two-tone rear diffuser also sharpens the look of the 2014 Elantra.
The 2014 Elantra receives all-new interior styling upgrades. Sport-tuned steering and suspension calibrations sharpen the new Elantra Sport’s handling, while extensive technology upgrades improve ergonomics for the entire Elantra Sedan lineup.
The 2014 Elantra is powered by the 2.0-liter “Nu” GDI engine in the all-new Sport trim, which produces 173 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 154 lb.-ft. of torque at 4700 rpm. The Elantra Sedan Sport with the 2.0-liter GDI engine and six-speed automatic transmission achieves an EPA estimated 24 city/35 highway mpg with a ULEV emissions rating. Under the hood of the Elantra SE and Limited sedans is the 1.8-liter Nu four-cylinder engine with 145 horsepower and 130 lb.-ft. of torque.