The latest flagship from BMW gains substantial improvements in efficiency, promising a notable 21 per cent advantage over its predecessors. This, without compromising on its status as the benchmark for luxury motoring. At the same time, the 7er continues to showcase a wide array of gadgetry niceties, such as night vision and pedestrian recognition systems, further enhancing the safety of the car.
The RX Hybrid is equipped with the World's most advanced Hybrid Drive System that enables the RX Hybrid to deliver significant reductions in fuel consumption and carbon emissions, while improving driving performance.
Lexus is raising the benchmark in the Luxury Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) segment with the introduction of the new RX model range to local shores. The new RX incorporates the brand's signature spindle grille and Lexus' unique L-finesse design philosophy, both of which were introduced in the new Lexus GS model range launched earlier this year. The result is a bolder and more exquisite frontal design for the new RX, translating into a powerful and imposing road presence.
The all-new RX 270 features a completely new elegant yet aggressive frontal design. Inside the car, a luxurious interior combines with advanced technology for an effortless and highly pleasurable ride. Welcome to a new driving experience.
The new S5 range receives Audi's 3.0-litre TFSI engine, replacing the 4.2-litre unit on the predecessors. The super-charged V6 unit delivers 333hp, yet achieving fuel economy of 8.1 litres per 100km. The S5 Cabriolet offers true-blue drop-top motoring, with the conventional folding fabric top. As with Audi's cars, safety is not compromised, with head-thorax airbags, and deployable aluminium plates for enhanced roll-over protection.
Honda raises the bar for the compact sedan segment with the City. Given a proper facelift with aesthetical upgrades to its front grille, bumpers and rear lamps, the compact offering is now more dynamic. Changes though, are more than skin deep, with better cabin insulation as well as enhancements done to the aero and engine efficiency.
Honda's mainstream eco-offering receives a well-deserved facelift in the form of better engine efficiency and cosmetic upgrades. Enhanced aerodynamics, as well as revisions to the CVT drivetrain has resulted in reduced running resistance. Enhancement to the cabin insulation has also resulted in a quieter drive. In the aim of increasing rear visibility, Honda has streamlined the tailgate spoiler, coupled with a reworked tail-gate garnish and reduction of the size of wiper motor unit.
The flagship MPV from Honda hits the market with a refreshed outlook. In the cosmetic department, the Odyssey receives a myriad of chrome treatments, as well as new LED tail lamps. New to the Odyssey is also the firm's Eco-coaching system, derived to help drivers achieve the best mileage out of their fuel. The system was also found on the latest Honda Insight.
The 308's drivetrain may be punchy and linear throughout the rev range but it's the cosmetic updates that garner the most attention. Known for its avant-garde styling and delicate sheet metal, the Peugeot 308 is like taking a weekend trip to the French countryside when you're fed up with the frantic pace of stressful Singapore. The lifestyle-oriented interior captures a pastoral quality to it, making it one of the best places to be on our roads.
The refurbished Peugeot 308 CC sports a refined exterior, outfitted with a smaller front grille and piano black front bumper finish. Equipped with energy-saving LED Daytime Running Lights and Automatic Swivelling Xenon Headlights, the front headlights are set in black housing and the fog lights of the new 308 CC have been redesigned for a sportier look.
While you can always spot a SUV on the road quite easily because of its unique design characteristics such as high ground clearance, huge body size and high driving position, the New Toyota Fortuner edges out the crowd with its sporty and muscular appearance.
Built for function, the Chrysler Grand Voyager doesn't lose anything in style. Its clean lines bring a sense of elegance to the minivan. With two choices of seating available, the Grand Voyager boasts seating for seven comfortably. On the road, the Grand Voyager is as much a performer as entertainer, with its 3.8-litre engine and independent suspension.
The Cerato Forte gets an all-new 6-speed gearbox for 2011 to improve on an already outstanding package from Kia. To up the sporty ante, Cycle & Carriage Kia has also given all 2011 Cerato Fortes with the 6-speed gearbox a new body kit, with lowered front bumpers, side skirts and a rear spoiler, as standard.
The 2011 Forte Koup gets an all-new 6-speed gearbox to improve an already outstanding car from the Korean marque. Not only does it drive better, it looks the part as well. Cycle & Carriage Kia has given the Forte Koup a new body kit, lowered front bumpers, side skirts and a rear spoiler, as standard to up the car's sporty looks.
Ford has applied its EcoBoost technology to the Mondeo sedan for 2011, which introduces turbocharging into a 2.0-litre engine but with increased performance from the previous 2.3-litre powerplant. Together with a new Powershift dual-clutch transmission, the Ford Mondeo EcoBoost promises better responsiveness, but with no compromise to fuel economy.
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