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Chevrolet Sonic 1.4T RS - Won’t Make Your Heart Go Boom
You can blame the likes of Ford and Renault for associating the RS moniker with top-of-the-range performance. But in Chevrolet-speak, RS (Rally Sport) has always denoted entry-level sportier cars, preceding the SS and Z badges.
BMW 2 Series Coupe Power In
BMW has replaced its 1 Series Coupe with a brand-new 2 Series Coupe that is built off the platform of the 3 Series sedan.
The Audi RS6 Avant – Rolling Thunder (Part 4)
If you feel that the standard RS 6 specification is less than you might expect, there are plenty of ways in which you can upgrade it. The dynamic package, at $3,450, increases the top speed limit to 174 mph, and includes dynamic steering, and all-LED headlights.
The Audi RS6 Avant – Rolling Thunder (Part 3)
The RS 6 brakes are extremely powerful and, to begin with, one has to get used to them in order to avoid bringing them on too sharply.
The Audi RS6 Avant – Rolling Thunder (Part 2)
The peak power of 560 PS is developed steadily between 5700 and 6600 rpm, while the maximum torque, of 700 Nm, is available all the way from 1750 rpm, not much above idle, to 5500 rpm.
The Audi RS6 Avant – Rolling Thunder (Part 1)
The RS 6 has always had a special place in Audi’s range of high-performance cars. The first version, launched in 2002, was some- thing of a sensation, its twin-turbocharged V8 engine delivering 450 PS and giving the Avant blistering performance.
New VW Golf R : More Balls For Golf Game (Part 2)
With an average drifting speed of 50 to 70km/h, and short straight bursts that barely hit 100km/h, this might be the slowest international press drive of a new sports model that I’ve ever attended.
New VW Golf R : More Balls For Golf Game (Part 1)
The latest Mk 7 Golf R is one of the hottest pocket rockets in Europe right now, and Volkswagen chose to launch it in one of the coldest inhabited places on the continent – Arvidsjaur in northern Sweden, a popular locale for cold-weather road-testing by automakers.
Mod Ride Subaru Impreza WRS STI (part 2)
Complementing the mods that help this yellow STI’s “endurance” are API Racing’s Type RS coilovers, which lets it go harder. These feature independent damping compression and rebound adjustment to better adapt the car for the terrain ahead.
Mod Ride Subaru Impreza WRS STI (part 1)
There are plenty of reasons why the Subaru Impreza WRX and its hotter sibling from the carmaker’s performance arm, Subaru Tecnica International (or STI), have achieved cult status among car enthusiasts.
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