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This high-performance Carrera GT with technology of the future sports a V10 engine allowing for more than 600 horsepower and a lay out of burning edge technologies letting in a ceramic composite clutch and brakes below its carbon-reinforced body. Porsche claims that the Carrera GT can skip from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.9 seconds. This is not just your ordinary racing car, yet it is amazingly quick as lightning. Second gear stints to an suggested 82 mph, third gear is adept at 113 mph, and fourth speeds up to 143 mph. But with the Carrera GT, and an ameliorated shift to Fifth gear revs at 170 mph. And maximum yet very satisfying sixth gear quickly runs to 7000 rpm. The Porsche Carrera GT 2007 takes you from zero to gone.
Introducing product from Dodge With upgraded handling suspension, new upper and lower control arms, and structural rigidity, the 2010 Dodge Viper SRT10 is introduced along with embedded light aluminum trim. It is adorned with front and rear tabular preservative bars along with the modern front and rear coil over alarms.
Latest additions in the 2010 Viper SRT10 are the 14 inch larger brakes, and the vehicle is also installed with front and rear rotors fabricated by capillaries and Brembo 4 piston brake cooling ducts. The 2010 SRT10 gains new redesigned tires and is designed with the ABS regulating back, Michelin ZP sport tires, as well as with the sensors for tire pressure monitoring system loaded in the stems of valves. The engine using by this car is never changed from last model. By using leather accents or chrome finish, all the components or equipments in the car are given a classy touch. The instrument board in the vehicle contains analog speedometer, tachometer, temperature and coolant voltage control, and also devices that control temperature of oil.
2011 Eclipse is a luxury and sporty sedan available in two body styles which include Coupe and Spyder convertibles. Both the styles offers four seating arrangement and available with two trim levels. Trim levels available are GS Sports and GT; Mitsubishi Eclipse Coupe is added with Base GS trim.
Eclipse GS is equipped with some standard accessories like 18 inch alloy wheels, keyless entry, powerful AC system, cruise control, tilt and telescopic steering column, audio system with six speakers and CD players, rear seat with split option and full power accessories.
Eclipse GS Sports is added with fog lights, 18 inch alloy wheel, heated leather front seats, xenon head lights, heated power mirrors, Rockford Fosgate audio system with nine speakers, six CD chargers, AUX-IN jack, steering wheel mounted audio controls and satellite radio and sunroof.
Aston Martin DB9 2004 is the first car to be built at the Gaydon plant in England. The DB prefix in DB9 stems from David Brown who owned Aston Martin from the late 1940’s into the 1970’s. The DB9 was designed by Ian Callum and Henrik Fisker. The DB9 replaces the DB7 which started production in 1994.
The DB9 coupe has a 6.0L engine. It has the same V12 engine as the Aston Martin Vanquish. With a width of 73.8 inches (over 6 feet), a height of 52 inches, and a length of 185 inches, it would be an understatement to say that the DB9 is a big GT. With such massive size in a coupe one might consider this machine cumbersome and slow. But underneath its bonnet lies a 450Hp power plant capable of raising the car to speeds over 180mph.
The luxury trim level of Cadillac Escalade ESV adds 22 inch wheels, power second-row seat, more advanced Magnetic Ride Control suspension, heated steering wheel, automatic high beams, sunroof and blind-spot warning system. The Premium model comes with rear-seat DVD entertainment system with pull-down screens for the second and third rows and power-retractable assist steps, while the platinum edition consists of 22-inch wheels, second-row 60/40-split bench seat, LED headlamps, DVD screens for second-row passenger, upgraded full leather trim, heated and cooled cupholders and unique wood and aluminum accents. All models are motivated by 6.2 liter V8 engine which is good for churning out 417 pound feet of torque and 403 horsepower. It is equipped with six-speed automatic transmission with either rear wheel drive system or four-wheel drive system. The ESV goes from 0 to 60 mph in the time range of 7 seconds which is very fast for a sport utility vehicle. The estimated fuel economy is 18mpg highway, 14mpg city and 16mpg in combined driving. The maximum towing capacity is 8000 pounds which is an average as compared to other SUVs in the market.