I am a big fan of concept cars especially when the concept cars look pretty much like a production car. You know they will eventually come to market. Such is the case with the Audi RS Q3
concept that turned up in China recently. The four-door SUV uses a five-cylinder direct injection turbocharged engine.
The car has 360 HP and can hit 62 mph in 5.2 seconds with a top speed of right under 165 mph. The car also has a special black and blue interior to match the blue and black paint outside. It's like an interesting vehicle, but the Audi five-cylinder engines are always strange to me.
General Motors Co. is making fast wireless a standard feature on most of its 2015 line of vehicles, starting with some of Buick’s newest sedans.
That makes it the first automaker to make LTE wireless a standard feature (Audi offers it as an option for its S3) and G.M.’s connected models are hitting retailers now. G.M. is rolling out a total of 40 different vehicle models with built in 4G LTE this year, including four of the five Buick ... Source: San Jose Business Journal
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The Jaguar XF is a luxurious and powerful mid-size sedan that’s also the most affordable way to get into a Jag. It competes with the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Audi A6, and the BMW 5-Series. For more details on the current model, read our full review of the 2014 Jaguar XF lineup As a Concept C-XF, first ... Source: GMC Reports
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Audi isn't the only German carmaker toying with electric turbochargers. Mercedes-Benz AMG is considering the technology for future performance cars, as part of a collaboration with the factory F1 team.
The post AMG considers electric turbochargers for future performance cars appeared fi ... Source: Digital Trends
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