Have you ever imagined what cars of the future might be like? Do you envision flying machines? Those that transform according to the needs of the driver? Or self-driving vehicles? It almost seems a little too far-fetched to actually become a reality. You may be surprised to know that we may not be as far away from driving these vehicles as you might think. In fact, flying vehicles and self-driving cars do already exist! They may not be sold commercially (yet) but they are out there.
Performance, technology and the young entrepreneur influenced the Scion vehicles on display at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show Nov. 5-8. The collection of five builds will be located at Booth 20313, alongside three 2014 Scion tCs competing in the Scion Tuner Challenge.
Atlanta. Porsche is placing its fastest, most powerful and most luxurious Panamera grand touring sedan at the peak of the series: With a power output of 570 hp and a top track speed of 192 mph, plus a particularly extensive and top-quality range of features, the Panamera Turbo S is guaranteed a special status in its market segment. For the first time ever, an Executive version of the Panamera Turbo S is also available with a wheelbase that has been extended by 5.9 inches. As a result, the Panamera Turbo S Executive offers significantly more space and even more comfort, particularly at the rear. Thermal and noise-insulated windows, which include privacy glazing, an interior lighting package designed especially for the rear, and a large center console at the rear are just some of the extensive standard features. The new top model in the Panamera model line will be celebrating its world premiere at the Tokyo Motor Show November 20-21, 2013.
Sources of the pictures: General Motors www.highperformancepontiac.com
Description: Engine & performance:
Type: V8, DOHC
Power: 233 hp Dimensions:
Length: 5110 mm
Width: 2030 mm
Height: 1175 mm
Wheelbase: 2670 mm