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The New Golf BlueMotion: Unbeatable Economy

The new Golf BlueMotion: unbeatable economy
Top of the class: with an average fuel consumption of 3.8 litres per 100 kilometres the new Golf BlueMotion is the first vehicle in its segment to fall below the magic threshold of 4.0 litres. Similarly, CO2 emissions have dropped to 99 g/km – also unrivalled in this class. The design study, which has just been introduced in Iceland, is powered by a new common rail turbodiesel engine with an output of 77 kW (105 hp), which delivers its maximum torque of 250 Newton metres from as low as 2,000 rpm


VW Passat BlueMotion among top 3 “World Green Cars 2008”

The Passat BlueMotion (fuel consumption: 5.1 – 5.2 l/100 km; CO2 emissions: 136 – 137 g/km) ranks among the most environmentally friendly cars in the world. At the New York International Auto Show, a jury of international judges voted it into the top 3 of the “World Green Cars 2008”.

With remarkable fuel economy and low CO2 emissions, the Passat BlueMotion successfully competed against several hybrid models and a fuel cell car. Volkswagen currently offers seven models under the BlueMotion label; further are set to follow shortly.


2010 Ford Mustang

The fast, fun and affordable legacy that has defined America’s favorite muscle car for nearly a half century lives on in the new 2010 Ford Mustang, which incorporates an expert blend of design leadership, performance and technology at an exceptional value.

World Debuts: Porsche 911 GT3 and Cayenne Diesel

[ ]Two world debuts mark the highlights from Porsche AG, at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show: the 911 GT3 and the Cayenne Diesel. Presented for the first time to the public, these two models impressively symbolise the particular fortes of Porsche’s model range focusing on both tradition and the future �" dynamic performance and superior economy.



2008 Fiat Fiorino Qubo Free Space

Fiorino Qubo is the name of the new car marketed by the Fiat dealer network. This original name clearly conveys the model’s attributes: it is reliable and robust, as well as being uniquely practical and versatile. And the original choice of the letter Q evokes the distinctive personality of the car as much as the rounded profile of the exterior shape.

Created as a result of a manufacturing joint venture between Fiat and PSA, the Fiorino Qubo is made at the Tofas factory in Bursa (Turkey) – where the Fiat Doblò is also made - and this month it will be launched in France, followed by Austria, Poland and Hungary in July and August. It will then become available in Italy, Germany and Switzerland, and will arrive in Holland, Ireland and Belgium in October. Next year the launch will conclude in Great Britain and Denmark.

2008 HARTGE BMW 135i Coupe

HARTGE has given the world’s first inline six-cylinder engine with twin turbo-chargers and a second generation direct-injection system a power boast of 44 hp – and that at the same time as maintaining its extremely good fuel consumption of only 9.2 litres per 100 kilometres (EU combined). HARTGE not only offers an additional ECU, which transforms the 3-litre engine of the compact BMW 135i Coupé into a powerhouse generating a massive 257 kW (350 hp) at 5660 rpm and 480 Nm (lb-ft 354) at 2950 rpm, and naturally also the chance to enjoy unlimited driving pleasure at speeds of up to 280 km/h. For the dash from 0 to 100 km/h (0 - 62 mph), the 135i Coupé from HARTGE is half a second faster than its standard brother while the 25 mm lower sports suspension guarantees safety thanks to even greater directional stability and outstanding handling on twisting roads.

2008 BMW Active and Passive Safety Review

"Supreme safety of the highest standard is a natural asset for the premium manufacturer. What makes our cars so unique is the overall approach we take in our safety concept" - states Klaus Kompass, BMW Group Director of Vehicle Safety, in describing the safety philosophy of the BMW Group.

The BMW Group's safety concepts are always based first and foremost on reality. Precisely this is why BMW Group experts in accident research examine a wide range of real-life accidents each year, interacting with biomechanics, doctors specialising in accident treatment and prevention, as well as traumatologists in Germany and the USA, and naturally sharing their experience with researchers and developers at BMW.

2008 Mercedes German Police Cruisers

The Federal Ministry of the Interior, one of whose responsibilities is the Federal Police, has expanded the vehicle fleet of the Federal Police with "heavy personnel carriers" by concluding a contract for 33 Mercedes-Benz Tourismo buses.


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