Bentley Flying Spur

Once you saw a Bentley passing by, you will never forget its appearance. It has been very famous for its designs. All the Bentley cars have impressive designs that can’t be mistaken with any other car, which has becomes the symbol of the Bentley brand.

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Only in the fairy tales that Bentley would be considered as a $200,000 car as an “entry-level” sedan, but that’s the logic in the land of the super –rich people. With these engines nobody in the middle class can afford a Bentley or maintain it. Based on the Continental, the Flying Spur offers a 500-hp twin-turbo V-8 for the merely rich and a 616-hp twin-turbo W-12 for the truly wealthy. Both feature an eight-speed auto, all-wheel drive, and a hand-sewn interior to please even the most fastidious customers.

The distance between the wheels across the front axle is 2cm more than before, and 3.5cm greater at the rear, giving it a more confident stance. It still has air suspension, and furthermore, the air suspension is 10-13 per cent softer than before. The suspension bushes are 25-38 per cent softer. All of this has been upgraded form the weak point of the former generation.

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Bentley has a luxury appearance. There are four modes of the suspension: Comfort at one end, Sport at the other, with two in-between settings. Full Comfort mode is to loosen body movements without becoming too squishy. Full Sport tightens things up without becoming harsh. However, you have to toggle between modes by stabbing at the infotainment screen, which means you take your eyes off the road rather than feeling for a switch or button. This can become a very dangerous circumstance, accident may occur when you distract from driving. Still, the new settings help the Spur feel more balanced, and a touch more deliberate in its movements, perhaps. And except for when you’re absolutely standing on the brakes or asking it to properly attack a tight corner, this never really feels like a 2.5-tonne car, which is perhaps its greatest dynamic achievement.

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The V12 S65 isn’t exactly the better choice, but on the contrary to others in the same class, this bigger engine and higher price says that ‘I’m king’. For the Bentley, though, the V8 may not say ‘I’m king’, but it does say ‘I’m smarter’. The V8 is such a good engine that the W12 exists for one. The reason is very simple with two words only: bragging rights. You can still spec up the V8 with the Mulliner pack (pushing the price to £145,800), but regardless you still won’t have the top model.

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In the U.S., customers can easily afford the V-8 engine in the Continental coupe and convertible, and nearly 50 percent of the customers proves it possesses an appeal beyond its modest cost saving. The Flying Spur V-8 confirms that, when it comes to Bentleys, less really can be more.


Audi R8

In the late 1930s, when Audi was beaten by one of the four rings served by Porsche’s first Stuttgart design office, Dr. Ferdinand Porsche and son Ferry imagined a mid-engine two-seat coupe powered by a four-cam V-10. Their Type 114 concept didn’t advance beyond detail drawings. However, they tested a scale model with a low nose and a narrow cabin in a wind tunnel and the experiment brings about favorable results.

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The new Audi R8 is a brilliant combo of sensation and sense. The original R8 was usable, beautifully built and secure in the wet. Althought, it is a still mad-fast and super-exciting car. The new one has dropped the ‘basic’ V8 option. Now there are two V10 outputs, 540 and 610bhp. The body of the car becomes stiffer and lighter, thanks to substitution of several large aluminums parts in the shell by carbon fiber. Additionally, there are extra electronics in the chassis that extend the secure-versus-exciting contradiction outward in both directions. The cabin gets the TT’s ‘Virtual Cockpit’ fairy dust, but with a supercar’s driving position.

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With maximum torque reaching at 6,500rpm the R8’s driving experience is dominated by the screaming V10 behind your head. And you can rapidly accelerate the car. Adaptive dampers are optional, the ratio software varies a lot, so electromechanical steering system can be ordered variously and a huge variety of driving modes allow you to tailor the car’s behavior change to suit the situation in hand.

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You can search for anything more incredible from an Audi, the build quality and finish is all you need, and a top-end one at that. On the other hand, over-the-shoulder visibility isn’t as clear as a 911 or McLaren, but otherwise it is undoubted that this is a practical supercar. There’s some storage space behind the two seats, and the front boot takes a couple of big squashy bags. Audi’s digital instruments make another appearance, which means that the main display pod can do all sorts of duties. For example, it can show a supercar layout with big tacho and shift dials, or set up the way with a huge map for touring navigation. When you are sitting low in this car, which has embracing sports seats, you will realize the ride is decently supple. The dash itself wraps around you like a single-seat cockpit.

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The regular V-10 is rated at 540 horsepower and 398 lb-ft. The Plus edition of the 5.2-liter V-10 packs a convincing 610-hp wallop with 413 lb-ft of torque on tap at an enthralling 6500 rpm. Drivers can speed it up from zero to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds. This becomes able due to the Plus’s combination of more-than-sufficient power, all-wheel traction. Furthermore, its speed can increase from zero to 132 mph in the quarter-mile after a brief 10.6 seconds. The run to 170 mph takes only 21.1 seconds. For reference, a $1.7-million Bugatti Veyron is going just 20 mph faster after 21 seconds of acceleration. This is what that make the Audi R8 different.

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Being a supercar, daily-using is not a problem, which makes it a worthy prospect: only the broad girth makes it a pain in a city. However, it needs more scheduled maintenance than other everyday supercars. In addition, t is not so amazing that the V10 drinks more in daily use than a turbo-charging flat-six. But the R8’s residual value looks like being on a par with a 911 Turbo.

Fiat 124 Spider

The Fiat 124 Spider is a good autos. It’s got a bigger boot, a butcher look, and essentially a bigger punch under the bonnet. The Fiat 124 Spider seems to become a long-awaited car. It sounds like it is worthy waiting for this car to be released. To be frankly, if Fiat had screwed up Mazda MX-5 ingredients, it’d have been a pretty spectacular own-goal, but they haven’t and instead it’s a surprisingly interesting alternative. The extra flashes of chrome inside do lift the cabin ambience.

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When the surprisingly lightweight fourth-generation MX-5 Miata of Mazda was released to the market, it immediately turned out to be an obsessive campaign to cut needless mass in the tiny sports car. The measures and comparisons here is unfair but for one of our favorites: the 2016 Miata’s pared-back, clipped corners. Looking at Fiat’s all-new and Miata-based 124 Spider, you will realize that the Italians didn’t take much care for making it a little lighter and bringing the Fiat 124 Spider smoother corner.

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The 124 Spider uses Mazda’s user-friendly system, but with Fiat graphics. Figuring out the interior, the 124 Spider looks like a Miata in nicer clothing. Without the clothing, all the others feature is quite different from the Miata, for example, stitching patterns, bolstering, the seats’ shape, and cloth upholstery. While the overall dashboard shape is the same, the upper part is covered with a soft-touch material, also used on the upper door panels. With the trim levels, they added extensive use of satin-chrome to finish lends and make the more modern. The manual convertible top on all models has acoustic ­insulation and a nice inner liner, which Mazda ­provides only on the Grand Touring version of the Miata. Chrysler’s Uconnect infotainment system isn’t compatible with Mazda’s hardware.

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It is said that Fiat has made the 124 Spider the best convertible car. Certainly Fiat’s first and last attempts are to give the 124 Spider an injection of Latin character, because bodywork are 100 percent Italian and the turbocharged 1.4-litre engine. Fiat claims that every panel of the 124 Spider you can see is unique and overall the newcomer does a good job of hiding its Japanese roots. It’s 139mm longer and 10m wider than the car it has based on, while the narrow trapezoidal grille and small power bulges in the bonnet are neat nods to the Sixties original. Fiat said that they haven’t been ready to shoot this car to the market yet, because the trim levels haven’t finished yet, but entry-level cars will get 16-inch alloys, while more expensive versions will get 17-inch rims.

Nissan GT-R

In 1969, the 2.0-litre Skyline saloon was the first Nissan to wear a GT-R badge. The Nissan GT-R has a various history. Although it has always had a large amount of followers, some models to wear the GT-R badge haven’t always reached the expectations of everybody. However, whenever Nissan do it well, they do it very, very well.

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As many other Japanese products in many different fields, the GT-R is famously reliable. Moreover, it is also a suspiciously usable car. It has a big boot, four decent seats and feature-packed cabin. You will no longer need a stripped-out racer when the GT-R exists, especially in the latest model year, which get an even better Bose stereo and reversing camera.
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Numerous enhancements over the years have made it more refined and faster, with 0-to-60 times dropping below only three seconds. It has got a 545-hp, twin-turbo V-6 and amazingly, all-wheel-drive grip give the GT-R supercar performance. Its six-figure price is still cheap compared with anything else. Besides, its speed can leave so many others behind.

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The GT-R features some quality materials throughout its cabin, although class rivals offer more wealthy interiors. The large doors make getting in or out of the car more easily and comfortably, and the front seats offer good support, which helps drivers not so tired after a long journey. The rear seats, however, are a little cramped. The trunk space is adequate, but a high liftover may make it more difficult to load items.

By earning an EPA-estimated 16/22 mpg city/highway, much below the average, Nissan GT-R is not only faster but it also consumes less fuel than the others. The 2016 Nissan GT-R gets outstanding acceleration from both of its turbocharged V6 engines. The six-speed dual-clutch auto transmission has timely shifts, allowing drivers to maximize driving enjoyment.

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The quality of the sound in the car is excellent because it is equipped with the Bose audio system and car enthusiasts will control the touch screen. The function of the touch screen is not only to control vehicle functions but also to provide performance data as well. Standard features in the GT-R contain push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, DVD player, a USB port, an 11-speaker Bose audio system, satellite radio, a rearview camera, Bluetooth and an infotainment system with a 7-inch touch screen, voice recognition and navigation.

The adjustable suspension supplies a smooth ride, and the sturdy Brembo brakes have good stopping power. Standard all-wheel drive provides excellent road grip for the GT-R, allowing drivers to react confidently under any circumstances such as winding roads and sharp corners.