Sunday, May 22, 2011

BMW 6 Series Convertible 650i

Justify FullPerhaps it's the sweeping hood and long wheelbase of the 6 Series' muscular profile. Perhaps it's the 400 hp and 0-60 time of 4.9 seconds. Maybe it's the groundbreaking luxury. Of the many features captivating enthusiasts, one thing is certain: the all-new 650i Convertible is simply irresistible.

Handling, ride and braking
Vehicle-speed-sensitive variable-assist (Servotronic), variable-ratio power steering
Twin-tube gas-pressure shock absorbers
4-wheel ventilated anti-lock disc brakes (ABS) with Dynamic Brake Control (DBC)
Sport suspension

Star Spoke (Style 367) 19 x 8.5 light alloy wheels, and 245/40 run-flat1 all-season tires 2
Xenon Adaptive Headlights with dynamic auto-leveling, Corona headlight-surrounds and Cornering Lights
Retractable, high-intensity headlight washers
Power-adjustable, heated, body-color, power-folding side-view mirrors with automatic-dimming function
Choice of standard or metallic paints
8-Speed Sport Automatic Transmission with Driving Dynamics Control
The close spacing of gear ratios in this 8-speed Sport automatic transmission makes maximum use of the optimum rev range, reducing fuel consumption and allowing smoother shifts.

4.4-liter, V-8 engine, 400 hp
The 400-hp response of the 650i Convertible's 4.4.-liter V-8 engine is nearly instantaneous. This is achieved thru TwinPower Turbo boost, High Precision Direct Injection, and four overhead camshafts controlling 32 valves with exacting Double-VANOS steplessly variable valve timing. 6-speed manual transmission with Driving Dynamics Control

Onboard Navigation System with Traffic Alerts
With the route taken care of, you can concentrate on more important things - like enjoying every twist and turn along the way. Our optional onboard navigation system, controlled via iDrive, uses GPS satellites, a digital map and, where available, Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI) to guide you to your destination. Choose the fastest route, the shortest route or the one that avoids traffic. Where available, traffic information is received by a separate radio tuner and then displayed on the navigation system. You don't have to listen to a specific radio station, or even have the radio on, to receive updates every few minutes. And you can see everything clearly on the large, high-resolution screen.

Safety and security
Driver's and passenger's front airbag supplemental restraint system (SRS) with advanced technology: dual-threshold, dual-stage deployment; and front-passenger seat sensors designed to prevent unnecessary airbag deployment
Active Head Restraints in front seats
Front-seat side-impact airbags
LATCH attachment for child-restraint safety installation
Interlocking door anchoring system to help protect against door intrusion in side impacts
Adaptive Brakelights
Coded Driveaway Protection (prevents engine start when your key fob with constantly changing electronic code is not used)
Anti-theft alarm system with keyhead remote operation and interior motion detector

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Chevrolet Camaro 45th Anniversary Edition

Launching in the summerof 2011, the 45th Anniversary Special Edition commemorates both Camaro’s lineage and its 21st-century revival. The anniversary package will be offered on Camaro’s top two trim levels (2LT and 2SS) for both coupe and convertible body styles.

The exterior signature of the Chevrolet Camaro 45th Anniversary Special Edition is its unique rally stripe, in red and silver, that contrasts the Carbon Flash Metallic paint. The package also includes: Unique 45th Anniversary hood and deck stripes; badges located beneath the front fender emblems, New-design 20-inch wheels in dark silver, Fog lamp and taillamp bezels finished in dark silver, RS-style taillamp lenses, Standard rear spoiler and HID headlamps, Body-color roof molding, Jet Black interior with leather-trimmed seats featuring the 45th Anniversary logo, White instrument panel and door trim inserts with the 45th Anniversary logo on the instrument panel, Red, white and blue stitching on the seats, steering wheel, shift knob/boot, door armrests and console lid and 45th Anniversary logo on the steering wheel and sill plates.

Camaro’s new 3.6L direct injection V-6 – the LFX engine – goes into production in the summer of 2011. It delivers an SAE-certified 323 horsepower (241 kW) at 6,800 rpm – an increase of 11 horsepower (8 kW) over the 2011 engine, with no compromise in fuel economy.

The LFX delivers the most standard power in the regular sports car segment. It is also 20.5 pounds (9.3 kg) lighter than its predecessor, which promotes a more balanced driving experience. EPA-estimated highway fuel economy for the ‘12 Camaro is 30 mpg (2LS model).
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