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2012 Lexus ES350 Specifications

March 13, 2015 by
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2012 Lexus ES350 photo

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The Toyota Camry is America’s best-selling sedan. So if you take this already proven platform, pile on luxury features and bestow it with buttery-smooth refinement, you’re bound to have a winner—and Lexus does with its ES 350. True, its styling is conservative—but it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Leather-trimmed seating, a one-touch tilt/slide power glass moonroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, 10-way power front seats and a power tilt and telescoping steering wheel are all standard. In fact, the ES 350 only comes one way: loaded, with a variety of options and packages. A new limited-production ES Touring Package offers 17-in. wheels, heated and ventilated front seats, navigation, Saddle Tan leather and Brown Walnut wood trim.

2013 BMW 3-series sedan Specifications

April 3, 2015 by
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BMW 3 Series Touring Unfinished Man

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At press time, BMW hadn't yet shown the 3 Series replacement, but we've seen spy photos of it for over a year. Not surprisingly, the current generation has received little change for 2012, as all development is ongoing for the new car. The coupe, retractable hardtop convertible and sedan versions of the 328, 335 and M3 continue as they are with some package changes and the standard inclusion of Bluetooth. Gone for 2012, however, is the M3 sedan and turbodiesel engine option. A 328i Wagon remains the least expensive variant of the 3 Series. The M3 Convertible will receive a new $5000 Individual Composition Package option with four unique paint colors and interior trim choices to help make it more distinct.

2013 BMW X6 M Specifications

April 4, 2015 by
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2013 BMW X6M Facelift Gallery Photo

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Like its big brother the X5, the raked-roof X6 enters 2012 with little change, but the expectation of a freshening for 2013. Separating itself from the slightly less expensive X5, the X6 gives up practicality for its swoopy styling. This unfortunately, limits rear seating to only two, making the X6 positively inefficient. The X5 gets identical fuel economy numbers and is larger. What's more, the X6 doesn't offer a diesel. Instead, there's an ActiveHyrbid model that combines its twin-turbo V-8 with dual-electric motors to produce 575 lb.-ft. of torque while still retaining a respectable 17/19 mpg. When it comes to sitting behind the wheel of a sporting behemoth, no vehicle defies physics as well as the X6 M.

2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Spyder Specifications

March 19, 2015 by
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2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570 Spyder Performante Specs amp Pictures

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The raging bull from Sant’Agata Bolognese charges into 2011 with an all-new Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera. Based on the already impressive Gallardo 560-4 (which remains unchanged), the Supperleggera ups its performance with a bump in horsepower to 570, and loses about 154 lb. thanks to extensive use of carbon-fiber components. The lighter Gallardo retains the 6-speed, single-clutch paddle-shift e-gear transmission. For purists, a traditional gearbox is still available as a no-cost option. Maximizing the Superleggera’s 398 lb.-ft. of torque is viscous all-wheel drive that can apportion the power for optimal traction. A limited-slip differential at the rear also helps the car accelerate out of corners quickly.

2012 Infiniti M35h hybrid Specifications

March 7, 2015 by
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2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid | The Weekly Driver | Auto Industry News

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Infiniti has always seemed to struggle with the M’s identity, but with the introduction of an all-new M in 2011, the model’s future finally seems secure. To underscore that point, the M35h hybrid appears this year with 360 hp combined and an estimated 29-mpg combined fuel-economy rating. The V-6-powered M37 and V-8-motivated M56, meanwhile, get the addition of a new 18-in. wheel package, and the amalgamation of M56 Sport and Sport Touring packages into a single Sport Package. Both models are backed by a 7-speed automatic transmission, in rear- or all-wheel drive. As you would expect from a flagship sedan, the M is a showcase for “user-focused” technologies including the Infiniti Drive Mode Selector, Blind Spot Warning and Blind Spot Intervention.