Bentley Grand Convertible Overview
This models comes as a replacement for dated Arnage, Brooklands and Azure models. It is made on Mulsanne platform, with few other concept vehicles coming out before we even knew that Bentley is preparing something like this. Before Grand Convertible we saw Mulsanne Vision Concept and heard a lot of rumors about new Brooklands and Azure vehicles, but this brand new shiny convertible became reality since last week’s LA Auto Show and all the Bentley enthusiasts are happy about it. Although this still is just a concept version. Bentley CEO Wolfgang Durheimer said that the company is waiting for the public reaction on this model, and that this car signifies Bentley’s intentions for the future.
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2015 Audi R8 Competition Overview
In only few words, this is the fastest and the most powerful Audi vehicle ever made. It comes as a limited edition with only 60 vehicles range meant for the American and it is one of the numerous luxury vehicles presented on 2014 LA Auto Show. Since we are expecting from regular R8 to be replaced with Second generation vehicle, this high performance version might be the model that will say Goodbye to the First generation R8 in a big way.
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2015 Toyota Yaris Overview
This vehicle is one of the smallest and the lightest in its class. This characteristic comes really handy when you need to park the car or find your way out of after work traffic jam, but it also comes with some painful experiences especially for the people who are in the back seat. Toyota decided to discontinue sedan and coupe versions of this vehicle and now only the subcompact hatchback is available, but it comes with two configuration that can be choose, one comes with 3 while the other comes with 5 doors. There are also 3 separate trim levels: L, LE and SE.
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Overview and History
First Toyota Venza was made in 2008, for the 2009 model year. It was premiered on 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit and it was based on the concept version that was released 3 years earlier and named FT-SX. First models were engineered in Toyota USA center in Ann Arbor Michigan, while its unique design this vehicle owns to Newport Beach design center from California. Toyota Venza is being assembled in plant located in Georgetown, Kentucky. 2015 model is not much different than the last year’s model. Since its introduction in 2008, this vehicle haven’t change much. It only had one update in 2013 when grille and taillights were redesigned.
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