New ABT AS8 Based on Audi A8 Revealed at 2010 Geneva Motor Show

4 03 2010

ABT Sportsline tuner has unveiled a modified 2011 Audi A8 at the Geneva Motor Show. Project called as AS8 and features a new front spoiler, aggressive face skirts, a revised rear apron, and classy 20-creep wheels (21-inchers are also available).

What’s about performance, Abt tweaked the 4.2-liter TDI engine to products 385 PS (283 kW / 380 hp) and 880 Nm (649 lb-ft) of torque. This represents a modest fuel of 35 PS (26 kW) and 80 Nm (59 lb-ft), compared to the customary car.

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Tuning: Loder1899 Heats Up the New Ford Focus RS (photos)

28 10 2009

German tuner Loder1899 powers up the new Ford Focus RS. The Focus RS’s body has been lowered 35mm or 1.4 inches while Loder1899 also offers a picking of 20-inch alloy wheels in various designs.

Loder1899 Ford Focus RS tuning img_1 | AutoWorld

Main changes touched a sport exhausted system, a new air filter and some other upgrades that are not mentioned up the harvest of the 2.5-liter turbocharged inline-five by 40 ponies for a calculate of 345 HP. The tuner also promises that the new exhaust usage will alert your contacts, neighbors etc, etc that you’ve fiddled around with the engine – if you clasp our drift.

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Tuning: RENNTech presents G-Wagen Concept

19 02 2009

Mercedes-Benz tuning group RENNTECH based in Florida has proposed a next project – Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen (Gelandewagen). Nevertheless instead of the familiar G55 AMG package, RENNtech is considering souping up a diesel model – the 3.0-litre V6 turbodiesel engine.


The body kit for G-Wagen speaks volumes about who might buy this car once it’s been polished. From these sketch we can mark the huge sonorous dish wheels, quite of shiny parts and a wide body kit. The will necessity many pots to grill up enough of rule to entice something that weighs almost three tons (6,600 lbs) along.

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