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US $70.00
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Fort Myers, Florida, United States

Fort Myers, Florida, United States
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Jaguar XJ & XF get 4WD

Thu, 16 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Jaguar has announced that four wheel drive versions of the Jaguar XJ and Jaguar XF will be available – but not in the UK. Jaguar has long bemoaned the lack of a 4WD platform for their cars, and even blamed such a lack of flexibility for the delay in launching the XF Sportbrake. We’ve been expecting Jaguar to reveal a 4WD version of the XJ for a while (especially as the new Range Rover utilises the same platform) but we didn’t expect a 4WD XF until the next generation XF launches in a couple of years.

Lamborghini Aventador sells 2000 in just 2 years

Sat, 08 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The 2000th Lamborghini Aventador have been built It really shouldn’t be much of a surprise that the Lamborghini Aventador is selling well, despite a world recession, when we already know that LP700-4 Roadster is sold out until 2014 and that Lamborghini managed to sell 1,000 Aventadors in the first fifteen months of production. Now we learn from Sant’Agata that the Avenatador didn’t just sell well in its first fifteen months, but that it’s continued to power forward since witrh sales of 2,000 in the first two years of production – a figure it took the Murcialago over four years to achieve. The 2000th Aventador – a regular LP700-4 Coupe – is heading for AT&T exec Thaddeus Arroyo who will take delivery of his new car shortly, finished in Nero Nemesis black, and be able to stretch its 6.5 litre V12 sufficiently to get to 62mph in just 2.9 seconds and on to 217mph, performance figures that match hypercars costing two and three times as much.

Alfa Romeo to drop MiTo & Giulietta & go RWD

Sat, 20 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The Alfa 4C (pictured) is the first part of Alfa’s plans to make proper drivers cars The argument has always been made that you’re not a real petrolhead unless you’ve owned an Alfa. But really, it’s quite some time since Alfa made proper petrolhead cars. In recent years Alfa’s focus has been on competing in the mainstream hatch market, with cars like the MiTo and Giulietta, and credible though those cars are, they’re more Fiat than Alfa.