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Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design


Prior Design, a well known tuner, which works it's magic around German cars, did it again, this time it used the A6/RS6 Avant platform. We say A6/RS6, because the kit fits both models, clever no?
 
The whole kit consists into a slightly redesigned front bumper with a lip addon, rear bumper, side skirts and spoiler, plus both front ( 8cm ) and rear fender ( 10cm ) widenings.
 
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Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design
Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design
Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design
Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design
Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design
Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design
Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design
Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design
Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design
Audi RS6 Avant PD600R by Prior Design

Volvo Estate Concept


If you remember the times when Estate cars were only meant to large families, they were specifically being built for being practical, the looks wasn't on top priority list.

But, a few years ago, everything changed, the Estate cars have wonderful shapes, they attract even the most critic eye and aren't meant for families only.

This just happened with Volvo, which revealed their Estate Concept, which is based on their new SPA platform (Scalable Product Architecture) - and it looks absolutely gorgeous, just look at that full roof glass panel. Volvo also worked on the spacious interior, with quality materials and live colors.

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Volvo Estate Concept
Volvo Estate Concept
Volvo Estate Concept
Volvo Estate Concept
Volvo Estate Concept
Volvo Estate Concept
Volvo Estate Concept
Volvo Estate Concept
Volvo Estate Concept
Volvo Estate Concept

Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake


If you can think about those lazy mornings, when you could use some extra sleep, but you need to wake up and take the kids to school, otherwise they will be late, well, fear not, because you just shaved a few minutes off.

Jaguar has revealed the Sportbrake version of the XFR-S, that's insane, really, beacuse you get the same 5.0-liter V8 supercharged engine delivering 542 bhp and 680 Nm, capable of travelling from 0-100km.h in 4.6s - because kid's car sick is totaly over-rated.

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Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake
Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake
Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake
Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake
Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake
Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake
Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake
Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake
Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake
Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake

BMW Performance 335i (F30)

The newest 3 Series model from BMW tuned by BMW Performance division was shown to the public for the first time in South Africa few days ago.

The new 335i race car will feature improved parts like new engine management system, exhaust system and turbocharger. Stripped and equipped for the racing regulations, 335i weights only 1,360kg. For the stopping power there are 370mm M-performance front disk brakes and for better traction car is equipped with 18-inch BBS wheels.

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2012 BMW 3-Series Touring


It wasn't long since the web was floating with spy shots of what it seems, a touring verions of the recently released 3-Series. 
Our team member, Ivan Martinovic, already threw his tools and rendered what the production model would look like.

Tell us your thoughts.

-Dan B.

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BMW releases the M Performance Automobile model range


It's official, BMW has released a new model range in it's brand, the M Performance, which is a class that sits between normal models and M models. 
The most distinctive characteristic must be the all new 3.0L, in-line six cylinder diesel engine, which features a three-turbo system, with a maximum output of 381HP and a peak of torque at 740Nm available from 2.000-3.000RPM, the redline being sat at 5.400RPM.

The very first models that broke the ice, were the BMW M550d xDrive and BMW M550d xDrive Touring, capable of doing the 0-100KM.h sprint in 4.7 seconds ( Sedan version) and the Touring in 4.9s. 

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