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ATHENS, KALLITHEA, Greece

ATHENS, KALLITHEA, Greece
Condition:Pre-owned Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown

I offer for sale silver pendant sample 925 try weight of 30.5 grams

Porsche Cayenne based Eterniti Artemis production debut

Fri, 09 Nov 2012

The Eterniti Artemis – a titivated Porsche Cayenne – is shown in almost production-ready guise before a debut in Asia in 2013. But despite plenty of negatives about the Eterniti Artemis – not least of which are how it looks and how much it costs – Eterniti seem sure they have a market – certainly in Asia – and they’re now showing us what is pretty much the production-ready version of the Artemis (above). Power comes from the same V8 Turbo the Cayenne Turbo gets, but Eterniti have tweaked it to deliver 600bhp and 750Nm of torque, despite which it’s no quicker than the £107k Porsche Cayenne Turbo S.

New McLaren F1 to debut at Monaco 2012?

Mon, 27 Feb 2012

Render of the 2013 McLaren F1 It’s reported that the new McLaren F1 – know as the McLaren P12 – will debut as a concept at the Monaco Grand Prix weekend in May 2012. We first revealed that a new McLaren F1 was being developed in Woking almost three years ago, but at that time it looked like the new F1 – codenamed P12 by McLaren and perhaps destined to get the McLaren 799 moniker – would arrive after both the McLaren MP4-12C and a smaller, higher-volume McLaren aimed at cars like the 911 and R8. By 2011 reports were saying that McLaren had brought forward the new F1 to 2013 and that it would get a 5.0 V8 with something around 800bhp, a carbon fibre tub (just like the 12C) and lots of electronic handling aids like brake steer and brake force distribution, ceramic brakes and a very low weight.

2012 Saab 9-5 SportCombi: More photos +video

Thu, 24 Feb 2011

Saab 9-5 SportCombi - Debuts at Geneva It’s good to see Saab suddenly bursting in to life. We’re sure Saab don’t see it that way, having no doubt slaved away for the last year to get business back to some sense of normality after the GM sale debacle, but from outside that’s how it seems. Still, the flurry of activity heading in to Geneva is good to see.