Ford Fseries Super Duty

Any rappers interested in downsizing from an Escalade Edge Sport is the only vehicle in its class to offer 22-inch wheels. blingbling ON SALE Now BASE PRICE 27,995 36,995 (3.5L 3.7L) specs 2.0L turbo 1-4. iA midcycle update that's more about the mechanicals than the cosmetics. i.-i iiv.i > iTTl Modest appearance tweaks give little hint to the changes in the 2011 Super Duty, which boasts some significant new hardware under the sheetmetal. Both the gasoline and diesel engines are new, as is the...

Festivals

A gathering of the world's finest automobiles, motorcycles, aircraft and watercraft Luxury Lifestyle Jetport Reception Festivals of Speed Golf Classic Yacht Hop Reception & Display of Exotics Wine Connoisseurs Dinner Display of Exotic Cars, Motorcycles, & Watercraft Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grand Lakes October 8-10,2010 Bayfront Park, Downtown Miami November 13-14, 2010

Ford Mustang

PH71 Much-needed new engines for Ford's pony. i-'M '.'i The 305-hp V-6 car can run to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds, and it now has a standard limited-slip differential and dual exhaust. Despite the six-cylinder's quickness, stepping up to the 412-hp. 5.0-liter V-8 is worth the money for the gains in engine smoothness, exhaust note. and. of course, acceleration times. Both automatic and manual gearboxes now have six speeds. The top-dog Shelby GT500 makes only 10 hp more than last year's car (now 550...

The Twitter Feed

The Chevy Volt, a car so hyped that it has its own Twitter page, can't afford any first-year bugs. The gradual ramp-up is a smart move. publicized in mid-2009. The final EPA testing procedure will lower that number, but GM still anticipates a triple-digit city rating. GM expects to build some 10,000 Volts at its Hamtramck. Michigan, facility by the end of 2011 and ramp up to 45.000 by 2012. GM is offering an eight-year 100,000-mile warranty on the lithium-ion battery but has its fingers crossed...

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More than enough to induce rapture during the 3.5-second run from rest to 62 mph. Chassis tweaks include a half-inch-wider front track, metal-to-metal suspension pivots in most locations, a lower ride height, nine-inch-wide front wheels, and twelve-inch-wide rims at the rear. Two-position active dampers and a three-mode stability control system are standard. Adding lips to the front air dam and rear wing increased the aerodynamic downforce by 60 percent over a standard GT2. According to Porsche...