Autocar's most well-known reviews of the week
Source : Autocar's most well-known reviews of the week
The completely new Porsche 911 Carrera S can be the most well-known review on autocar.co.uk that will week
Taking top spot that will week can be the 2016 Porsche 911 Carerra S, which signals the beginning of a completely new era for the famous rear-engined sports car, as Porsche drops its naturally aspirated engines in favour of a completely new turbocharged unit that will gives the well-known Carrera as well as Carrera S designs more power as well as better fuel economy.
The 414bhp six-cylinder 911 Carrera S receives some mild styling updates to differentiate the item via its naturally aspirated siblings as well as comes with Porsche’s completely new Communication Management system, which includes Google Earth as well as Google streetview.
However, the engine can be the star of the show. See if that will completely new turbocharged unit can win over the 911 purists.
The completely new Porsche Macan GTS, unveiled at the Tokyo motor show, takes the second spot in our most-viewed reviews that will week, as the latest addition to the baby SUV range can be put to the test.
that will type sees its bi-turbo 3.0-litre V6 engine producing 355bhp, 20bhp more than the S, allowing the 1.9-tonne tiny SUV reach 62mph in a mere 5.2sec. The GTS also receives the same brakes as the Turbo, Porsche’s active chassis system as well as the completely new infotainment system that will made its debut on the 911 featured above.
Completing a Porsche top three can be the entry-level 911 Carrera, which, along with the Carrera S, will form the bulk of completely new 911 sales. As with the Carrera S, that will 911 also comes with Porsche’s completely new turbocharged engine.
that will type we tested comes that has a bi-turbo 3.0-litre flat six engine producing 369bhp, helping to propel the item to 62mph in 4.6sec. Unlike the S, the Carrera can be mated to a seven-speed manual gearbox, nevertheless the item also receives the same styling tweaks, including completely new LED daytime running lights as well as infotainment system.
The 911 Carrera comes that has a completely new clutch as well as longer gearing designed to be easier on the left leg when putting the completely new Porsche through its paces.
Ferrari loves a bit of nolstalgia, as well as that will can be the case with its F12tdf, which can be in reference to the old Tour de France road race. nevertheless there can be nothing pedestrian about that will limited-run F12, which receives an extra 40bhp over the standard car, taking its output to 770bhp, all through allowing the V12 engine to breath easier as well as using racing-derived mechanicals.
Ferrari hasn’t stopped there, as the item put the F12 on a diet. As a result, the F12tdf weighs 110kg less than the standard car through the Alcantara rather than leather as well as carbonfibre in place of aluminium. Read how we got on with the £339,000 F12tdf on Maranello’s roads.
Taking the final spot that will week can be the sensible, family-orientated Volvo XC90, except that will type can be the Swedish maker’s hybrid type, with an 81bhp electric motor attached to a turbocharged as well as supercharged four-cylinder 2.0-litre petrol engine producing 314bhp.
The batteries for the electric motor are stored inside the transmission tunnel, meaning that will the XC90 can be still capable of being a seven-seat SUV as well as capable of travelling up to 24 miles on electric power, which can be useful on short journeys.
We have already tried a type of the T8, which Volvo acknowledged needed more work, nevertheless in that will review we have driven a production type of the hybrid SUV. Find out whether Volvo’s adjustments have made the difference.
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