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TAILGATE SEATS FOR the all-new 2018/2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV
Rolls-Royce is almost ready to unveil its first-ever SUV—ahem, high-sided vehicle—and the automaker is clearly excited. After last week confirming the Cullinan name, Rolls-Royce on Wednesday revealed a pair of automatic tailgate seats that would be perfect for watching the kid's soccer game; or for the few owners who may actually take their Cullinans off-road, for sitting back and enjoying the view after a long drive. Rolls-Royce has managed to come up with the name Viewing Suite for its tailgate seats. A distinct name is perhaps appropriate considering there's also a table between the seats, and not just any table but a cocktail table. Furthermore, everything is bound in leather, and owners need only push a button to deploy the seats or fold them away. Rolls-Royce says a deep understanding of its customers' lifestyles and expectations is what prompted it to install the seats in the Cullinan. And there are more features to come. The automaker says the seats are just the first of several special touches from its Bespoke personalization department that have been developed for the Cullinan. Perhaps other items will include hand-made shopping bag hooks crafted from the finest plastic to keep all the groceries in place after a Whole Foods run. All jokes aside, the Cullinan is shaping up to be a seriously luxurious SUV. It will be the second model based on the Rolls-Royce-exclusive aluminum spaceframe architecture that debuted last year in the eighth-generation Phantom. Expect the SUV to also borrow the Phantom's 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V-12, which delivers 563 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque. Unique to the Cullinan should be an all-wheel-drive system, though.
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The all-new 2018/2019 Bentley Continental GTC
📸: @Race356
Spied testing with very little camouflage and simply a blue and black wrap in the Arctic Circle, the new Bentley Continental GTC appears to be extremely close to celebrating its global premiere. From a styling perspective, the car looks exactly the same as the regular Continental GT except for its adoption of a folding softop. With that in mind, it looks considerably sportier and more purposeful than the outgoing model.
Of more importance is what sits beneath the bodywork. Power will be sourced from the same 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 engine as the hardtop, producing an identical 626 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. That should result in a 0-62 mph time of roughly 4 seconds, with the kind help of the permanent all-wheel drive system. The British marque will adorn its cabin with the finest materials available, including a selection of rare and expensive wooden veneers.
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The all-new 2018/2019 Mercedes-AMG GT4
Set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month, the production version of the rather stunning GT Concept is slated to emerge as an even more performance-focused four-door coupe than the CLS that arguably kicked off the modern trend. Especially now that the only AMG version of the new CLS is the hybrid 53, with no 63 version expected to follow. That place in the lineup will now be held by the as-yet unnamed model previewed here, testing in all sorts of environments: on the track, along city streets, and down country roads. It’s pictured wearing the same neon flames over matte black camo, keeping its finer details under wraps and hinting at the hot-rod nature of the vehicle underneath. As much as we’ve seen of the forthcoming new model, though, there remains much we don’t know. For one thing, we don’t know for sure what it will be called. The bigger mystery, however, is what we’ll find under the hood. Aside from the 65-series V12 (which we’d be surprised to find in this application), Affalterbach’s flagship engine is a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8. In the E63 S, that motor produces 603 horsepower. A hybrid version of the same featured in the aforementioned concept previewing this model, kicking out an astonishing 800 hp. At this rate, we won’t have to wait much longer to find out what the German automaker has in store for this new model.
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THE NEW 2018/2019 FERRARI 488 PISTA!
A trio of leaked images are, allegedly, showing us the new Ferrari 488 Pista, a more hardcore version of the 488 GTB. Shared by FerrariChat, the images are supposed to reveal the successor of the 458 Speciale, which is named the Pista (Italian for track) instead of the rumored GTO. The 488 Pista features a new body kit developed in the wind tunnel that will improve the supercar’s aerodynamics thanks to changes such as the large front splitter and prominent rear diffuser, among others. If we’re indeed looking at the real deal, then expect lots of carbon fiber parts that should help it shed some weight over the regular 488. Lots of Alcantara along with even more carbon fiber trim, a tachometer with a redline around 8,000rpm and sportier seats are among the changes in the cabin. Powering the 488 Pista will be a tuned version of the 3.9-liter turbocharged V8 that should be around 10 percent lighter than the unit used in the 488 GTB and put out at least 700 horsepower and more than 561lb-ft of torque. Developed as a challenger to the likes of the Lamborghini Huracan Performante, McLaren 720S and Porsche 911 GT2 RS, the new 488 Pista, whose name remains unconfirmed, will most likely make its debut at the upcoming Geneva show, on March 6.
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THE NEW 2018/2019 FERRARI 488 PISTA
A trio of leaked images are, allegedly, showing us the new Ferrari 488 Pista, a more hardcore version of the 488 GTB. Shared by FerrariChat, the images are supposed to reveal the successor of the 458 Speciale, which is named the Pista (Italian for track) instead of the rumored GTO. The 488 Pista features a new body kit developed in the wind tunnel that will improve the supercar’s aerodynamics thanks to changes such as the large front splitter and prominent rear diffuser, among others. If we’re indeed looking at the real deal, then expect lots of carbon fiber parts that should help it shed some weight over the regular 488. Lots of Alcantara along with even more carbon fiber trim, a tachometer with a redline around 8,000rpm and sportier seats are among the changes in the cabin. Powering the 488 Pista will be a tuned version of the 3.9-liter turbocharged V8 that should be around 10 percent lighter than the unit used in the 488 GTB and put out at least 700 horsepower and more than 561lb-ft of torque. Developed as a challenger to the likes of the Lamborghini Huracan Performante, McLaren 720S and Porsche 911 GT2 RS, the new 488 Pista, whose name remains unconfirmed, will most likely make its debut at the upcoming Geneva show, on March 6.
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THE FEATURES OF THE NEW FACELIFTED 2018/2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991.2)
The 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS has come, and glory with it. Powered by a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six now good for 520 horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque. This motor is the most powerful naturally aspirated powerplant 911. Acceleration from 0 to 60 miles per hour now happens in 3.0 seconds. There id a seven-speed PDK, top speed of 193 mph. Downforce goes up, thanks to a larger lip on the front spoiler, larger side skirts, and a reworked rear diffuser. Porsche says at 124 mph, the GT3 RS achieves twice the downforce of the current GT3 (991.2). Recalibrated rear steering and Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus help dispatch corners, bucket seats with carbon-fiber-reinforced backrests hold drivers in place through those corners. New helper springs on the front and rear axles will keep the ride more planted, and NACA ducts in front, cribbed from the 911 GT2, keep the brakes cool. Porsche Motorsport maintained the expected weight-loss regime, with a magnesium roof, polyurethane front and rear fascias, carbon fiber trunk lid and fenders, titanium muffler and exhaust tips, lightweight glass, door pull loops on lightweight door panels, and less sound insulation throughout. There'll be 20-inch wheels as standard, but can opt for forged magnesium wheels that eliminate 25 lbs at a cost of $13,000. Add on the optional Weissach Package for $18,000, and another 13 pounds go away thanks to carbon fiber roof, front and rear sway bars, coupling rods, steering wheel trim, and shift paddles. The Weissach Pack and the wheels drop weight to 3,153 lbs. The 2019 911 GT3 RS will be introduced at the next month's Geneva Motor Show, and gets to dealers in late 2018, with a starting price of $187,500, plus $1,050 for handling and delivery.
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The NEW FACELIFTED 2018/2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991.2)
The 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS has come, and glory with it. Powered by a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six now good for 520 horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque. This motor is the most powerful naturally aspirated powerplant 911. Acceleration from 0 to 60 miles per hour now happens in 3.0 seconds. There id a seven-speed PDK, top speed of 193 mph. Downforce goes up, thanks to a larger lip on the front spoiler, larger side skirts, and a reworked rear diffuser. Porsche says at 124 mph, the GT3 RS achieves twice the downforce of the current GT3 (991.2). Recalibrated rear steering and Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus help dispatch corners, bucket seats with carbon-fiber-reinforced backrests hold drivers in place through those corners. New helper springs on the front and rear axles will keep the ride more planted, and NACA ducts in front, cribbed from the 911 GT2, keep the brakes cool. Porsche Motorsport maintained the expected weight-loss regime, with a magnesium roof, polyurethane front and rear fascias, carbon fiber trunk lid and fenders, titanium muffler and exhaust tips, lightweight glass, door pull loops on lightweight door panels, and less sound insulation throughout. There'll be 20-inch wheels as standard, but can opt for forged magnesium wheels that eliminate 25 lbs at a cost of $13,000. Add on the optional Weissach Package for $18,000, and another 13 pounds go away thanks to carbon fiber roof, front and rear sway bars, coupling rods, steering wheel trim, and shift paddles. The Weissach Pack and the wheels drop weight to 3,153 lbs. The 2019 911 GT3 RS will be introduced at the next month's Geneva Motor Show, and gets to dealers in late 2018, with a starting price of $187,500, plus $1,050 for handling and delivery.
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The NEW FACELIFTED 2018/2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991.2)
📸: @KyleFortune205
The 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS has come, and glory with it. Powered by a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six now good for 520 horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque. This motor is the most powerful naturally aspirated powerplant 911. Acceleration from 0 to 60 miles per hour now happens in 3.0 seconds. There id a seven-speed PDK, top speed of 193 mph. Downforce goes up, thanks to a larger lip on the front spoiler, larger side skirts, and a reworked rear diffuser. Porsche says at 124 mph, the GT3 RS achieves twice the downforce of the current GT3 (991.2). Recalibrated rear steering and Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus help dispatch corners, bucket seats with carbon-fiber-reinforced backrests hold drivers in place through those corners. New helper springs on the front and rear axles will keep the ride more planted, and NACA ducts in front, cribbed from the 911 GT2, keep the brakes cool. Porsche Motorsport maintained the expected weight-loss regime, with a magnesium roof, polyurethane front and rear fascias, carbon fiber trunk lid and fenders, titanium muffler and exhaust tips, lightweight glass, door pull loops on lightweight door panels, and less sound insulation throughout. There'll be 20-inch wheels as standard, but can opt for forged magnesium wheels that eliminate 25 lbs at a cost of $13,000. Add on the optional Weissach Package for $18,000, and another 13 pounds go away thanks to carbon fiber roof, front and rear sway bars, coupling rods, steering wheel trim, and shift paddles. The Weissach Pack and the wheels drop weight to 3,153 lbs. The 2019 911 GT3 RS will be introduced at the next month's Geneva Motor Show, and gets to dealers in late 2018, with a starting price of $187,500, plus $1,050 for handling and delivery.
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The NEW FACELIFTED 2018/2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991.2)
The 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS has come, and glory with it. Powered by a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six now good for 520 horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque. This motor is the most powerful naturally aspirated powerplant 911. Acceleration from 0 to 60 miles per hour now happens in 3.0 seconds. There id a seven-speed PDK, top speed of 193 mph. Downforce goes up, thanks to a larger lip on the front spoiler, larger side skirts, and a reworked rear diffuser. Porsche says at 124 mph, the GT3 RS achieves twice the downforce of the current GT3 (991.2). Recalibrated rear steering and Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus help dispatch corners, bucket seats with carbon-fiber-reinforced backrests hold drivers in place through those corners. New helper springs on the front and rear axles will keep the ride more planted, and NACA ducts in front, cribbed from the 911 GT2, keep the brakes cool. Porsche Motorsport maintained the expected weight-loss regime, with a magnesium roof, polyurethane front and rear fascias, carbon fiber trunk lid and fenders, titanium muffler and exhaust tips, lightweight glass, door pull loops on lightweight door panels, and less sound insulation throughout. There'll be 20-inch wheels as standard, but can opt for forged magnesium wheels that eliminate 25 lbs at a cost of $13,000. Add on the optional Weissach Package for $18,000, and another 13 pounds go away thanks to carbon fiber roof, front and rear sway bars, coupling rods, steering wheel trim, and shift paddles. The Weissach Pack and the wheels drop weight to 3,153 lbs. The 2019 911 GT3 RS will be introduced at the next month's Geneva Motor Show, and gets to dealers in late 2018, with a starting price of $187,500, plus $1,050 for handling and delivery.
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