Have you heard of a hybrid vehicle that emits pops from the exhaust system when decelerating or accelerating through the gears? You will hear those sounds reminiscent of a sports car engine when you drive the new 2020 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid. This isn’t your grandmother’s hybrid.
Bentley automobiles are known for their luxurious appointments and powerful engines. However, Bentley has announced plans to place a full line of hybrid vehicles on the market by 2023 and electric choices for all models by 2025. The first vehicle to benefit from this plan is the 2020 Bentley Bentayga SUV.
With summer now here, it’s a great time to drive a convertible, and a perfect choice is the 2020 Porsche 718 Spyder. Even if you don’t have sunny skies you will still get a thrill driving the 718 Spyder. Even sitting still the Spyder has a unique look with the radiator heat exhaust port just ahead of the hood and side air bypass vents that move air out ahead of the front wheels to improve downforce. The rear spoiler activates at 75 MPH and along with the rear diffuser offers owners the first Boxster member to actively create rear axle downforce. There is also the dual humps behind the seats which pay homage to the Porsche 550 Spyder and the two previous Boxster Spyders.
The Lamborghini Huracan EVO is the natural evolution of the historic V-10 line. EVO takes the historical refinement of the Huracan and adds its discrete elements in aerodynamic efficiency and design. The Huracan EVO anticipates the desires of the driver to create a symbiotic relationship.
The Porsche Cayenne Coupé has three new models to choose from; Standard, S, and Turbo. The frame and engine are shared with the Cayenne, but there are some significant changes to support the Coupé line including a sleek roofline which is 0.78 inches lower than the Cayenne, a different suspension, body changes, interior refinements, and custom 22-inch wheels.
The 2019 Bentley Continental GT is here, and you can now order it from Manhattan Motorcars. This iconic luxury sports car is fast, technologically advanced, and incredibly exciting. To learn more about the 2019 Continental GT, just keep reading.
There have only been five Porsche Speedster limited edition vehicles produced since 1948, and the new 2019 911 Speedster is the first one based on the GT3 Touring platform. What has resulted is the creation of an open-top roadster with an aggressive performance profile. Only 1,948 of these special 911 Speedsters will be created with delivery starting in late 2019.
Bentley has broken its own mold a bit by putting a V8 gas engine in the 2019 Bentley Bentayga V8 . Not just any engine, mind you, but a powerful 4.0 liter with twin turbochargers putting out 542 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque. It is connected to an 8-speed automatic transmission offering a lot of mid-range acceleration. Bentley states the V8 Bentayga will do 0-60 MPH in 4.4 seconds which is very impressive for a vehicle weighing more than 5000 pounds.
The Bentayga V8 is definitely a Bentley with its attention to detail, superb craftsmanship, fine leathers, and immaculate stitching. There are three seating arrangements available in the Bentayga V8; five-passenger using a rear bench seat, four-passenger with captain’s chairs and a center console in the rear, and a third row with two extra seats for a total of seven. Rear seat passengers can enjoy entertainment through an Android-based 10.2-inch tablet.
The 2019 Porsche Cayenne is a luxury SUV. This vehicle is an outstanding option for families seeking a high-end vehicle, or individuals who want a spacious and sophisticated vehicle to meet their needs. The 2019 Cayenne is available in two different trim levels; S and Turbo. To determine which trim level is best for you, just keep reading.
Lamborghini has performed some magic with its mid-cycle revision of the 2020 Huracan Evo. What will really please drivers is that the Evo now has a “brain” which can anticipate your needs perhaps even before you know what you want.