Wednesday, November 2, 2011

2012 Porsche 928 GT Coupe, with Part of Second-Generation Porsche Panamera Line-Up.Reviews

2012 Porsche 928 GT Coupe
2012 Porsche 928 GT Coupe comes with a strong response as a SuperCar that will be able to respond to competitive GT class cars like the Aston Martin DB9, Jaguar XKR-S, Bentley Continental GT. they carry the body design and performance of an entirely new, the exterior and interior design put some of that is almost the same as the Panamera. They accept new boomerang-shaped headlights with projector-rise, sits on the front side stance strengthen aerodiamis, they also put a pair of fog lamps with large air intakes, while the back side of the triangle to get a new lamp, and a pair of twin exhausts that are tailored to the shape of the body.
The interior side is still present in a tone Sporty, they bring two contrasting colors, the chair is designed with a comfortable design features a special function key on the bottom side, several new navigation features and entertainment.

2012 Porsche 928 GT Coupe

2012 Porsche 928 GT Coupe

There has been no definite specification of the Powertrain to be used on the 2012 Porsche 928 GT Coupe, but several engine options may be used to remember this car uses a second-generation derivative of the Panamera. The first option is a turbocharged V8 engine (used in Cayenne), which used a V8 also has the option to switch between 4 liters and 6 liters of that will produce a total of between 300 and 650 HP. Another option might be used is the 5.7-liter V10 engine that is set for the version of the GT coupe will generate an impressive 605 HP.
The Direct Fuel Injection (DFI) which was first used in the Cayenne may also be used on the system performance of the GT Coupe, is claimed to be able technology will reduce fuel consumption by up to 8-15% (NEDC).
2012 Porsche 928 GT Coupe
2012 Porsche 928 GT Coupe
2012 Porsche 928 GT Coupe will also get several transmission options from his family, including a six-speed manual as standard and a seven-speed automatic, dual-clutch DSG as an option. Machines used to be able to accelerate from 0-60 mph time of just 3.8 seconds and top speed at 198 mph is impressive. 928 transaxle on the old version will be used again to balance the weight distribution.
The price tag has not been determined by Porsche to launch Porsche 928 GT Coupe 2012.

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