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2011 Ferrari SA Aperta


Ferrari exhibited during the 2010 Paris International Motor Show their limited SA Aperta (only 80 have been produced). This is in line with the celebration of the 80th anniversary of Pininfarina. SA Aperta enjoys Ferrari’s signature V12 front engine. The aerodynamics of Asperta is outstanding because of the well positioned windscreen. The fact that Aperta stoops lower to the ground adds to its compactness. Aperta has a revamped chassis to assure a standard firmness similar to a Berlinetta. The weight of the chassis has also been reduced to deliver a high, dynamic performance.
The outline of the seats is cunningly emulated by the Aperta’s profile that curves back from the A-post up to the two aerodynamic fins. Ferrari has one of the most innovative technologies when it comes to exceptional driving experience.

2010 Audi Quattro Concept


Audi’s Quattro is the epitome of perfectly combined qualities of a champion motor sport car. By simply looking at the appearance of the Audi Quattro concept—hefty, solid and dominant—it already reveals the capabilities and potential it hides inside. With a record of 183-kilogram weight, a 300 kW, five-cylinder turbocharged engine, and the newest Quattro’s permanent all-wheel drive system, this Audi Quattro represents the systematic evolution of technology in manufacturing, which is the foundation of future Quattro coupés.
One of its distinguishing features is the self-locking crown-gear center differential that is light and compact, and it has a wide range of torque distribution between the rear and front wheels. Also, it does not only use ASF-assembled aluminum but also lightweight and high-strength carbon that is used in hood and bumpers.

2010 Audi E-tron Spyder Study


Audi has manufactured yet another unique vehicle from its e-family, the 2010 Audi e-tron Spyder. With its well-distributed, low total weight of 1450 kilograms, a high-torque, a six-cylinder 3.0 TDI and two electric motors, it accelerates to 100 km/h in just 4.4 seconds, peaking at 250 km/h. The geometry of its chassis—a triangular double wishbone at the front axle, results in a bracing extent for driving precision, exceptional agility, and precise self-steering behavior. The fact that it possesses a highly proficient TDI and an electric power drive makes it economical and ecologically friendly, offering less expenses due to fuel and minimal emissions.
Other distinctive features on the design of the new member of e-tron family are its 20-inch wheels, allowing a more eye-catching design, and effective aerodynamic performance.

2011 Simbol Design Lavazza GTX-R


Simbol Design has come out with the advanced Lavazza GTX-R, the body is a convertible. The roadster is composed of Carbon Kevlar weighing 1080 kg; while measuring 419 cm in length and 190 cm (front axle) and 198 cm (rear axle) in width. This coupe stands at 98 cm when open and 104 cm when close. The car has a wheelbase measuring 263 cm and runs on a 245/40 R18 front wheel and a 345/30 R19 Michelin at the rear.
The 2011 Simbol Design Lavazza GTX-R is powered by a V12 engine capable to produce 620 hp. It will accelerate to 100 kph from standstill in 4.6 seconds although its top speed has not been disclosed. A tubular steel section joint is reserved for its chassis

2011 RUF Roadster based on Porsche 911


Inspired by the 1967 Porsche Targa, the team of Alois Ruf built this RUF Roadster that has an incorporated roll cage that makes it possible for you to enjoy the fresh air experience from a convertible while having the safety of a coup.

The roof’s center piece and the flexible rear window can be removed and folded. You will enjoy driving in this car either completely enclosed or open, or with an open rear window but closed roof, or closed rear window with an open roof.

This RUF Roadster has been optimized for better aerodynamics with a lower rear window and two light roof pieces. Polyglass is used for the rear window and carbon fiber for the roof pieces.

2011 Romeo Ferraris Chevrolet Corvette Z06


For 50 years, Romeo Ferraris has established itself as a tuning specialist of both street cars and competition cars. Now Ferraris takes its tuning specialty to upgrade the Corvette Z06 and take it to newer heights.

With 510 bhp and more than 300 kph, Z06 is General Motors powerful Corvette until 2009. Then ZR1 stole the limelight from Z06 with its eight-cylinder LS9 engine and volumetric supercharger producing 640 bhp. But the Z06 can gain back its supremacy with Romeo Ferrari’s tuning program.

In less than 10 seconds, the upgraded Z06 powered with 670 bhp, can dash a 200 kph and reach over 340 kph.

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