It was an open secret that Porsche was working on the development of a simpler and more pure version of its 911. Today they have made official the launch of Porsche 911 Carrera T, a very interesting version that attends to this approach in which less is more.
The 911 T revives the spirit of the identical surname of 1968: it has a lower weight, the transmission ratios of the manual box are shorter and features rear-wheel drive with mechanical self-locking differential. Apetecible, right? Continue reading “The Porsche 911 Carrera T: Less weight to enjoy more behind the wheel”
Launched in 2004 and with more than 732,000 units sold worldwide, the Range Rover’s small brother or Range Rover Sport is renewed for next year, and it does so with an important novelty under the arm: a plug-in hybrid version the P400e. It will continue to offer conventional four, six and eight cylinder engines.
The Range Rover Sport 2018 is already on sale, with deliveries later this year, although the plug-in hybrid will not arrive until 2018. Let’s take a closer look at what the new Range Rover Sport P400e, the plug-in hybrid PHEV) of Range Rover. Continue reading “Range Rover Sport P400e: First plug-in hybrid of the brand with 404 hp and 51 km of electric range”
Bentley rechargeable throughout history there were many, probably almost as many as the series. From the special models of Mulliner to the Dominator made for the royal family of Brunei (actually a Range Rover with Bentley look), there are many rare models. But the one that concerns us today is not only strange, but it also generated a descendant that its creators could not imagine.
The history of the Bentley Crest of Facel-Métallon is that of a Bentley made in Fracnia, designed in Italy and that would later inspire the Bentley Continental coupe , the creation of the French brand Facel Vega . And to top it off, some of its features are appreciated in the current Bentley Bentayga. Continue reading “Bentley Cresta, far-fetched history designed in Italy and made in France”