Fiat 500 Gucci Edition is again in the spotlight since the manufacturer announced plans to revive this model in order to meet the demands of customers in the United States. With collaboration of the famous fashion house and designers from Fiat, Fiat 500 Gucci is intended for people who enjoy riding high style.
2013 Fiat 500 Gucci Edition features black or white exterior with chrome accessories, red / green stripes and 15 “wheels made of alloy. The new editions sports Nero (black) monotone interiors, embroidered seats along with exclusive materials, metallic chrome accents, a velvety varnish on the instrument panel and seats wrapped in Poltrona Frau leather with signature “Guccissima” print.
The car also boasts premium Nero leather accents used on the interior door panels and on the hand-stitched leather-wrapped steering wheel. Buyers can also opt for a two-toned interior environment, the same original two interior color schemes that were first launched.
Fiat 500 Gucci Edition in the market will occur in late spring with a starting price of $23,750 for the coupe and $27,750 for the convertible version.
We’ve got enormously fond memories of the Ford GT, and now from Roush comes even more impressive version. Roush Performance, Ford’s engine development partner for the GT project, decided to take ten of the GT transformed it from 550 to 600hp.
The Ford Roush GT600RE has extracted 600hp at 6200rpm and 550lb ft at 3800rpm from the car’s 5.4-litre V8. The major mechanical change is a smaller pulley for the supercharger and a smaller belt to go round it. The rotor spins faster, forces more air into cylinders, and gets a bigger bang out the other end. Easy. There’s also a freer flowing Tubi exhaust and an uprated transmission-oil cooler.
Roush did not make any alterations to the bodywork of the Ford GT as a result of which the GT600RE sports an unchanged exterior appearance from its predecessor. The Roush GT600RE came in a two door coupe configuration, with alloy wheels, black powder coated rims and large front head lamps and is available in metallic paint options like matte black, tungsten silver and brick red.
Also they did not made any changes in the interior either, so the car boasts leather seats, navigating, air conditioning system, power windows, power door locks, a leather encased steering wheel and CD player along with a McIntosh surround sound system.
The price is $220,000, which is quite a lot more than the $188,000 how much this car was cost at the begining.
For those that are not satisfied even by the Cayenne 500HP, Porsche offered a new 2014 Cayenne Turbo S. Compared to the previous Cayenne Turbo, exterior differences are minimal. New 2014 Turbo S version has a different 21-inch alloy wheels, slightly tinted headlight housings, details in black, high gloss on the bottom of the door mirrors and bumpers, rectangular instead of circular holes in the exhaust pipes, bi-xenon headlights, LED tail lamps, panoramic sun roof.
The Porsche Cayenne Turbo S is available metallic paint options include shades like meteor grey, jet green, carmine red, dark blue, jet black and classic silver.
Instrument panel, center console and door panels, decorated with the material of carbon fiber and the interior is trimmed with leather. The headliner has been lined with Alcantara hide. Car has satellite navigation system fitted with a 7-inch high resolution screen, high speed internet service, telephone, on-board computer a high speed hard drive, DVD player, a 200 Watt active subwoofer enabled 14 speaker Bose surround sound system and a backup camera.
After reprogramming the petrol 4.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, this engine in the Turbo S model is capable to develop 550 hp and 750 Nm of torque. As a result of improvements, Cayenne Turbo S accelerates from 0 to 60mph in 4.5 seconds.
The most basic no frills version of the 2014 model of the 2014 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S costs around $146,000. Opting for all the optional luxury add-ons can push up the price of the SUV to near the $185,000.