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Well it look’s like Mercedes are the next victim of trying to tease there next model, at the same time the full official images are being leaked.
Here are the first images of Mercedes Benz GLA crossover, The GLA will be officially unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show and is powered by the same 2.0 litre turbo as the A250 albeit some recalibration to ensure more low down torque to deal with 208bp mated to the haldex 4MATIC and a 7G-DCT gearbox.
The single lone image was posted to Facebook by well-known spy photographer Andreas Mau on his CarPix site, shows all three models of the soon to be released F-Type.
The F-TYPE will be launched as a convertible with a choice of three petrol engines: 340PS and 380PS versions of Jaguar’s all-new 3.0-litre supercharged V6, and a new derivative of its existing supercharged 5.0-litre V8. All will drive the rear wheels through an eight-speed transmission and will be equipped with Stop/Start technology.
Well here is another brochure leaked, this time showing us many paged detail of the Porsche 918 Spider, lined up for release at the Paris Motor show.
Detailed within the brochure is the 12 different varieties of lacquer to be applied to your 918, and also two special liquid metal silver & chrome blue.
And if all that choice doesnt entertain you then you can have two vinyl wraps applied one being the “Salzburg Racing” design, and the other the aptly special “test-Center” named – “Wiessach Package” with the Martini Racing Design. This even comes with a stern warning that driving such a potent car with the advertisement of liquor could not be put better than Porches words of warning.
Driving a vehicle with the Martini Racing Design on public roads could have legal consequences in such countries.