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The Land Rover Range Rover and its smaller sibling the Sport have been subject to tuning modifications from nearly every manufacturer. Few modifications for these vehicles revolve around off-roading anymore – instead they have been focused towards style and on-road performance.

Revere London is a relatively new tuning house that released its first entire vehicle conversion based on the Range Rover Sport. Their philosophy towards modification is, “to provide clientele with a unique lifestyle choice, excellent service and complete discretion.” That may sound like a bunch of bull, but they have remained true to it. Revere not only slaps a set of new wheels and a body kit on your Range, they have dedicated designers and service agents waiting at your beckon call. The company offers complete conversions as well as specific parts depending on the clients wants and needs and shops are located throughout Great Britain.

The British heritage is important to Land Rover and Revere, making craftsmanship paramount in creating their unique vehicles. The tuning programs available for Land Rover models have been carefully designed to enhance the vehicle and not overshadow its already strong presence. From exterior body work to interior luxury, Revere has created a set of great Land Rover products.

Hit the jump for more details on the Revere Land Rover Range Rover & Range Rover Sport.

When Lee Noble decided to make a living for himself, the highly motivated Briton decided that designing, building and selling his own brand of affordable super cars would be a good idea. A handful of speed machines later, including the original Noble M12 and even an Ultima GT-R, Mr. Noble’s high performance coach builders are hard at work coming up with the next generation of every man’s super car. In an recent interview with the automotive journal, AutoCar, Lee Noble announced plans for a a new closed cockpit, mid engine, two seat sports car that is slated to go on sale next year.

The next generation Noble will give owners as much as 650 HP for less than £100,000 and will be limited to just 100 examples per year. Depending on how much money are you ready to pay", the future Noble super car will be powered by a healthy V8 that will produce anywhere from 400 HP all the way up to 650 HP. The new Noble will be shifted with a Graziano six speed manual gearbox, the same transaxle as was used on the previous Noble M600 Noble M600 . Weighing in at around 1200 kg, the next generation super car will be ale to sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in less than 3.5 seconds and an even more impressive run from 0 to 100 MPH in under 7.0 seconds.

Lee Noble also added that "it’ll start at around £70,000, although even the top-end versions will still cost less than £100,000...I always said I wanted to build a car with the performance of a Ferrari Ferrari Enzo but for less than £100,000, and unless we do something badly wrong in the near future, that’s what we’ll deliver." If his track record is anything to go by, Lee will certainly deliver on his promise.

Source: AutoCar
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In 1989 Toyota launched something the world had never seen before, a Lexus . Six years earlier, Toyota Chairman Eiji Toyoda called a secret meeting where he posed the question, Can Toyota produce a luxury vehicle that is capable of taking on the best that the world, mainly Germany, has to offer? Immediately after the team of engineers, designers and marketing professionals commenced Toyota’s billion dollar F1 program. The result of their Flagship 1 program, the Lexus LS 400 was a luxury vehicle that would expand Toyota’s product line, securing the Japanese automaker a foothold in the premium automobile segment and provide both longtime Toyota and soon to be luxury car customers an upscale offering from Japan. That same year sales figures for the German luxury automobile manufacturers BMW and Mercedes-Benz dropped 29% and 19% respectively in the U.S. market. The luxury car was widely praised for its well-appointed and ergonomic interior, engine performance, build quality and value when it was introduced stateside with a very affordable $38,000 price tag.

Lexus LS 460

Twenty years have passed and the Lexus LS is still being praised. The Japanese luxury car maker now operates its own design, engineering, and manufacturing centers, solely responsible for the production of Lexus vehicles. The model that started it all, the LS, is in its fourth generation and looking better than ever.

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With the unveiling in Frankfurt at the new C63 AMG sedan and station wagon, Mercedes has also announced the MSRP for this "exciting motor racing at the highest level": 67,235 euro (C 63 AMG Saloon) and 69,853 euros (C 63 AMG Estate).

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Electric cars should be available just as normal gasoline cars are offered and Telsa Motors intends to open 5 dealership for consumers to go check out their automobiles and strike deals. This is great news for the company and addedly for consumers interested in the vehicles- only issue is with the limited production number of electric vehicles, and the limited dealers- there wont be many too for people to see. There will be dealership located in: New York Chicago San Francisco N. (...)

Distinct sports appeal, elegant style and supreme comfort – these are the characteristic features of the Audi A8 Audi A8 . At the time of its market launch three years ago, this large sedan shot straight to the top of the luxury segment thanks to its dynamic qualities. The Ingolstadt brand is now unveiling a sporty top model of the very highest caliber: the Audi S8 stands for exceptional dynamism, as expressed by its engine, transmission, suspension and design, as well as for exclusiveness and luxury.

In November 2006, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG of Stuttgart, Germany, will be offering dealers two new variants of the eleven series at the same time - the 911 Targa 4 and the 911 Targa 4S. Never before seen: for the very first time, the Targa models will be available exclusively with permanent all-wheel drive and a body that is 44 millimeters wider at the rear.

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