Concept Cars Luxury Cars

Audi A8 L W12 Exclusive Concept

At the Frankfurt Motor Show Audi was showcasing a small-series version of the A8 L W12 that is aimed at an exclusive group of connoisseurs. The sedan, being marketed under the “Audi exclusive concept” label, presents an exclusively finished interior – with leather of the prestigious Poltrona Frau brand and olive ash natural inlays.

The standard version of the A8, Audi’s flagship model, is already a thrilling example of uncompromisingly high build quality – the bespoke character of its interior appeals to all the senses. The brand takes the experience to a new level in the A8 L W12 Audi exclusive concept.

The seats are upholstered in Cognac-colored leather by the exclusive Italian manufacturer Poltrona Frau – a grade with an exceptionally soft, even, natural finish. There are highlights of granite gray piping on the center sections of the seat and seat backs. Leather elements on numerous parts of the interior – such as the dashboard, the center console, the tunnel, the door trims and seat consoles – round out the equipment; even the car key is trimmed in leather. read more »

Pickup Trucks

Ram Extends 1500 Express Model Availability

The Ram Truck brand today announced that it would expand Ram 1500 Express model availability to include Crew Cab and Quad Cab models, giving buyers an outstanding combination of value and performance among all Ram half-ton configurations.

The Ram 1500 Express previously was available in regular-cab models only. It is aimed squarely at first-time buyers and owners who are seeking a vehicle with performance and style that they can customize and make their own.

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Sports Cars

Chevy Sonic Gets Eco-Friendly Paint Job

To many buyers, the shine and sparkle of their new car is a key purchase driver. With the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic, the only subcompact car made in America, drivers can admire the gloss knowing the latest paint processes were applied in a new eco-friendly paint shop to ensure high quality with less environmental impact.

General Motors is the first automaker in the United States to use a unique water-based “three-wet” paint process.  Fast becoming a global trend, the process eliminates the need for a primer bake oven, normally used between the primer and color-coating layers. The Orion Assembly Center allows three layers of paint to be applied one after another while still wet before a single trip though the oven.    read more »

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