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Fiercely Sporty.

Loud and topless; Oozing with power and aggression; Maserati’s new GranCabrio Sport brings the thrill and inspiration of driving to new heights. Although alike in spirit, the new GranCabrio Sport is more dynamic and packs more punch than its predecessor. Other tweaked features include enhanced handling for greater speed, lower emissions and improved fuel economy. A harder edged convertible, the restyled Maserati manages to conceal it all and remain exceptionally refined and elegant in appearance.

An exceptional car offering the complete driving experience, it’s the perfect choice for those in search of that wind-in-your-hair sensation combined with the excitement of finely-tuned, sports-car handling.


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Bringing Sportyback

Audi-philes can start to breath a little easier now that the new Audi A7 Sportback has reached the Southern Hemisphere. Packed with dual V6 engine, the deliciously styled and powerful A7 has the brawn and the brains to go with its new state-of-the-art interior design. Audi’s Uwe Hagen recently went on record to state that the car “breaks new ground” for the legendary German brand, which, considering Audi’s past decade of automotive brilliance is high praise indeed. “The A7 Sportback combines graceful styling with excellent practicality and outstanding driving dynamics”, he says. Poster agrees: Ja, das ist gut- sehr gut.

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Bull Blazing

True to Lamborghini’s tradition of never blending into a crowd, the iconic Italian automobile maker unveils its new Aventador LP 700-4. Looks aside – and this is one good looker – we all know it’s what’s inside that counts. The premium Italian car manufacturer unabashedly claims that the technical advancements of the Aventador LP 700-4 surpasses two generations. It presents the use of carbon fiber-reinforced plastics (CFRP) technology and technique, a new V12 engine, Independent Shifting Rod (ISR) automated manual gearbox and an F1-like pushrod suspension. So what do all these automobile jargon translate to? A super sports car that is able to reach 100 km/h in less than three seconds.

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