News and tuning about January, 2009

Kia new ISG Models will arrive this spring in Europe


Kia has started entire scale production of the six fresh Cee’d ISG (Idle Stop & Go) models at its European facility in Zilina, Slovakia with left-hand-drive automobiles set to reach salesrooms during the spring. Clients| in the UK will have to expect until right-hand-drive production begins towards the finish of the year. The ISG system automatically switches the engine off when the automobile is stopped in traffic, and on over again, when traffic goes, cutting fuel consumption and emissions by up to 15%.

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Ford Taurus 2010

Sporting a totally redesigned exterior and interior, the hot 2010 Ford Taurus got its international launching at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show. While Ford takes no fantasies of recurring the achiever of the first generation Taurus, the American car maker does| have full promises for its new flagship sedan. Impulsive styling aside, the new Taurus also features Ford’s 3.5-liter V6, generating 263HP and 249 foot-pounds of torsion, coupled with a option of two new six-speed automatic transmissions.

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New Mercedes Benz E Class

Today that you’ve had several time to view in the new design of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, you may be curious how its pricing will relate to that of the actual model. According to the society, pricing for the next E will start at €41,590.50 ex-works for the E220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY, with the E500 4MATIC approaching in at the high end of the spectrum at €70,269.50 ex-works. As you likely get already surmised from the showed currency, these prices are for the European marketplace, and include sales tax of 19%.

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New Brabus tunning for Mercedes Benz M Class 1

BRABUS, purveyors of several of the finest tuning up  programs in world, have just released an update for their WIDESTAR M-Class tuning up bundle – one projected specifically for the invigorated new-generation ML. Same its precursors, the young BRABUS WIDESTAR is some five cm larger than the a conventional M-Class, the solution of which is some a more competitive position and better handling. To get the BRABUS WIDSTAR what it is, the company’s masterminds developed upon a amount of important areas: the face apron, the face and rear fender flashes, the door trim, the rocker boards and the rear apron. In tandem with these body parts, BRABUS as well changed the suspension, downward the ML by some 30 mm before adding 23-inch BRABUS forged wheels. Additional the outside box, a BRABUS stainless-steel quad sport exhaust system is present, as is a rear spoiler.

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The New Cadillac SRX

It looks like Cadillac, has new plans for the Europe automotive market, since the new Cadillac SRX is heading straight for Europe!

The new model shares its architecture with the Cadillac CTS saloon. The new model is based on a improved adaptation of General Motors’s current Theta platform, which will also be applied on Saab 9-4X. The new model, it’s 100mm shorter than the previous model, but 25mm wider. The SRX will deliver an array of advanced technology, including a smart suspension system and numerous safety devices such as a rear-view camera and parking assist.

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Lincoln C Concept

Ford, this time is trying to touch the young audience’s heart, as the Lincoln C concept came out at the Detroit Show. Not only that the new Lincoln looks like a truly European car, but it’s based on the euro-Ford Focus platform. The baby Lincoln is boosted by a 1.6 liter turbocharged EcoBoost engine that can unleash 180 horsepower and 180 ft.-lbs. of torque.

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