Porsche announces four flavors of updated Cayenne

July 24th, 2014 by admin No comments »

2015 Porsche Cayenne Turbo

The new Macan may be getting all the attention lately, but Porsche hasn’t forgotten about its larger crossover – the one that put it on the map in 2002 and on the road to profitability, with over half a million sold so far. So to keep the Cayenne at the top of its game, Porsche has announced several key upgrades for the 2015.

For starters, Porsche has updated the Cayenne’s appearance with new front- and rear-end styling. The front bumper, fenders and hood are entirely new, with air fins flanking the nose to direct air into the intercoolers (each model now being artificially aspirated), and new bi-xenon headlamps and daytime running LEDs on every model but the Turbo, which goes all-LED. Around back there’s also new taillights, tailgate handle, lower rear fascia and exhaust pipes. Meanwhile the interior has been upgraded with a 918-derived sport steering wheel and reformed rear seats with available ventilation.

The bigger news is under the engine bay, where Porsche is offering four choices. The base model is gone as the range starts with the Cayenne Diesel, followed by the Cayenne S, the new Cayenne S E-Hybrid and the top-of-the-line Cayenne Turbo. The Diesel model carries over the same 3.0-liter turbo diesel with 240 horsepower. The Cayenne S however packs a 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6 that’s similar to the one found in the Macan Turbo and packs the same 406 lb-ft of torque but more power at 420 hp, 20 more than either its little brother or the model it replaces to reach 62 mph in 5.2 seconds.

The new Cayenne S E-Hybrid makes Porsche the world’s only car manufacturer to offer three plug-in hybrid models.

Porsche has also ported over the powertrain from the Panamera S E-Hybrid to make what Porsche refers to as “the first plug-in hybrid in the premium SUV segment” and, along with the 918 Spyder, make it (almost unbelievably) “the world’s only car manufacturer to offer three plug-in hybrid models” (unless, of course, you count the Opel/Vauxhall Ampera as separate from the Chevy Volt and Cadillac ELR). The system mates a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 with 333 hp to an electric motor with 95 hp to give it a combined output of 416 hp (more than the diesel and almost as much as the S) to propel it to 62 in 5.4 seconds, hit an all-electric top speed of 78 mph and an all-out top speed of 151 mph – offering a substantial improvement over the previous Cayenne S Hybrid.

Those in search of all-out performance at whatever cost, however, will be most intrigued by the Cayenne Turbo that carries over the same 4.8-liter twin-turbo V8 but now with 520 hp and 553 lb-ft. That’s just about half-way to the power output of the outgoing Turbo S and just as much torque, for a 0-62 time of 4.2 seconds (4.1 with the optional Sport Chrono package) – which ought to make enthusiasts (at least those not turned off entirely by the notion of a Porsche crossover) miss the GTS and Turbo S a little bit less until those new versions arrive as well.

Pricing starts at $61,700 for the Cayenne Diesel, $74,100 for the Cayenne S, $76,400 for the Cayenne S E-Hybrid and a whopping $113,600 for the top-of-the-line Cayenne Turbo – representing an increase of a few grand for each, before the $995 destination charge. Scope out the full details in the press release below.

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The cars that won’t live to see 2015 [w/video] [UPDATE]

July 23rd, 2014 by admin No comments »

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Every year in the fast-paced automotive industry brings new models, but it also spells the end for some that have been less successful. This year will be no exception.

Japan’s automakers make up the bulk of the list of discontinued models for the 2015 model year: Acura is replacing the TL and TSX with the new TLX sedan, Honda is bidding farewell to the Fit EV as the new Fit hatchback takes its place, and Nissan is saying goodbye to both the Cube and Murano CrossCabriolet. Both the Nissan Maxima and Mazda2 exit stage left before their upcoming replacements arrive, while Toyota is terminating the RAV4 EV and FJ Cruiser as well as the Scion xD, and Lexus IS C and IS F that are being effectively replaced by the new RC.

From our own domestic automakers, Cadillac discontinues the CTS-V sedan and wagon as the new CTS rolls in, Chevy is canceling the mild-hybrid Eco versions of the Malibu and Impala sedans, and Chrysler is killing off the 200 convertible as the new 200 sedan arrives.

German automakers are also well represented on the list, with BMW splitting the 1 Series coupe and convertible into the new 2 Series line, Mercedes reintegrates the CL-Class coupe into the S-Class family, and Volkswagen is finally killing off the Chrysler-made Routan. Elsewhere in Europe, the long-serving Gallardo is being replaced by the Huracán in the Lamborghini lineup, while Volvo ends production of the XC90 in advance of the new model’s arrival.

It’s a long list to wrap your head around, but our compatriots over at The Car Connection have summed it all up in the video below, and we’ve assembled the slideshow above with photos of each. The question is, which of these models will you miss the most? Share your thoughts in Comments.

UPDATE: An earlier version of this story stated that Infiniti is discontinuing the G37 that was already replaced by the Q50. While that’s technically true, as we reported earlier this year, the G37 as we know it will continue to live on, and has been renamed Q40 for the 2015 model year.

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Volkswagen says goodbye to Eos, Routan in 2015 updates

July 23rd, 2014 by admin No comments »

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Usually automakers announce changes to their lineup individually on a vehicle-by-vehicle basis, but sometimes it all comes at once – especially when the changes are ones we either expected or might not otherwise notice. That’s the path Volkswagen has gone with changes to its US lineup for 2015.

The biggest change is what we already knew: that the new Golf arrives for the 2015 model year, bringing with it the new GTI, Golf R, e-Golf and Golf SportWagen (to replace the previous Jetta wagon). But there are some new details as well.

For starters, Volkswagen has finally confirmed that both the Eos and the Routan – both long rumored to be on their way out – will be exiting this year. The Eos hardtop convertible, pictured above, will linger for one last year, its Sport trim replaced by a new Final Edition with 18-inch wheels, two-tone leather interior and enhanced equipment.

Meanwhile the Routan, which hasn’t actually been built in over a year, is finally dead, as VW confirms it has dropped the Chrysler-built minivan from its lineup for 2015 altogether. The German automaker has also confirmed that the Touareg is getting a facelift early in the new year, which we expect will closely follow the revisions revealed a few months ago ahead of the Beijing Motor Show.

Finally VW has announced an upgrade to its 2.0-liter TDI. Fitted to the Golf, Jetta, Passat and Beetle, the updated diesel gets 10 more horsepower with output now up to 150 hp and 236 pound-feet of torque. Scope out the full list of announcements in the press release below.

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LaFerrari buyer drives dream collection back to Maranello [w/video]

July 23rd, 2014 by admin No comments »

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We’d find it hard to feel bad for someone who “has to” choose between the latest crop of hybrid hypercars. After all, the Porsche 918 Spyder, McLaren P1 and Ferrari LaFerrari are each awesome in their own right. But for one buyer, the choice was a no-brainer: it was the Prancing Horse all along. Not because he couldn’t get his hands on the Porsche or the McLaren – though we’re sure each is in higher demand than there will be supply – but because he’s already bought each of its predecessors.

That very fortunate buyer is one Jon Hunt. His collection already includes a 288 GTO, an F40, an F50 and an Enzo – each in red, naturally – so when it came time to pick up his new LaFerrari, he drove down from London to Maranello, bringing his sons, a few friends and each of his F-cars (as the tifosi call them) along for the ride.

The result, as you can see for yourself from the photos above and the video below, is one very compelling and drool-inducing family photo. It’s not every day, after all, that you see any of these cars on the road – let alone together in one place.

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Chrysler recalling hundreds of thousands of Jeep Grand Cherokee and Commander SUVs

July 23rd, 2014 by admin No comments »

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The public might associated ignition switch recalls with General Motors – and with good cause – but that’s not the only automaker calling its vehicles back in to fix that sort of issue.

Last month we reported that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was investigating an array of Chrysler Group vehicles for electrical-related safety issues. The administration and Chrysler subsequently issued a recall for 700,000 Dodge Journey crossovers, Dodge Grand Caravan minivans and Chrysler Town & Country minivans. But while the Jeeps that were also under investigation were not covered in that recall, they are being addressed in a separate one now.

Although Chrysler reports that it is only aware of a single accident stemming from this issue, it is “committing now to conduct a recall out of an abundance of caution.” The recall affects the 2006-2007 Jeep Commander and 2005-2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee, of which it reports there are 792,300 on the road: 649,900 in the United States, 28,800 in Canada, 12,800 in Mexico and a further 100,800 outside of North America.

Chrysler is calling in the affected units for similar reasons it recalled the aforementioned minivans and crossovers, and for which GM has recalled millions of its vehicles: namely, that the ignition could be accidentally turned off due to excess weight (like other keys and fobs) attached to the ignition key, or from contact with the driver’s knee. As a result, the engine could stall, the power brakes and steering could be disabled and the front airbags may deactivate. The automaker says its “engineers are working to develop a remedy” for the issue.

In an entirely separate announcement, Chrysler is also calling in approximately 21,000 late-model vehicles to inspect and potentially replace their shocks and/or struts. The company reports that a supplier found that the suspension components could “break free from their mounts, which could potentially lead to reduced shock damping and possible loss of vehicle control.” The vehicles affected include the 2014 Ram 1500, 2015 Jeep Cherokee and 2015 Chrysler 200 – specifically those built in the 16 days leading up to June 6, 2014. Read the full details of both recalls in the announcements below.

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ELI TOMAC SWEEPS AT SPRINGCREEK

July 22nd, 2014 by admin No comments »
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Eli Tomac Sweeps Spring Creek

This past weekend the AMA Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series headed to the home of the Martin brothers, at Springcreek Raceway in Millville, Minnesota. Fresh off the injured list, Eli Tomac, Tomac swept both motos to earn his first ever 450 victory. Jeremy Martin dominated in Moto one, to go 1-2 on the day. Martin claimed the overall to put his name up on the board of victors, in his very own backyard.

In the 450 class it was hometown boy, Ryan Dungey who took the Moto one $500 Motosport.com holeshot award. However, the race looked to get exciting real quick, with all the big guns; Roczen, Tomac, Stewart, Canard, up front. 

The number ninety-four of Ken Roczen was able to get by teammate, Ryan Dungey, to put his Red Bull/KTM into the lead. Shortly after Eli Tomac was also able to get by Dungey, as Dungey went down for a few seconds.

Around the halfway point, Tomac was able to renew the old rivalry between himself and Roczen, as he closed in on the ninety-four. The two fought for the 250 championship just one year ago, with Tomac capturing the title in 2013.

With six minutes remaining on the clock, Tomac was able to pull next to Roczen through the whoops. Roczen managed to hold him off, but only for a short time before Tomac was able to make the pass stick. However, Roczen wasn’t done yet, as he willed himself back into the lead with three minutes remaining on the clock.

After swapping the lead back and forth, it was Tomac who took over the lead and was able to pull away from the series points leader. After returning from injury just a few weeks ago, Eli Tomac captured his first ever win in the 450 class. The series points leader, Ken Roczen held onto second to extend his points lead over Ryan Dungey. After pulling the holeshot and dropping back a few positions, Dungey managed to hold onto to third, in an effort to minimize the damage of Moto one.

In Moto two, Eli Tomac captured the Motosport.com holeshot award in both the red flagged start and the restart. Justice was served for Tomac, however, the gate malfunction did not work out as well for the KTM boys.

Justin Brayton was able to get out front for a quick second, before giving the lead back to Tomac. Dungey and Roczen were able to make their way through the pack quickly, claiming the number two and three positions early on.

The number forty-one of Trey Canard was able to latch on to the back of Ken Roczen. As Canard continued to push to match Roczen’s pace, Eli Tomac managed to pull a two-second gap on Dungey.

Heading into the second half of the Moto, Dungey managed to close the gap within half a second, on Tomac. As Tomac and Dungey continued to pull on Roczen, Canard looked to make a move on Roczen for third. As Canard managed to get through the whoops a little smoother than Roczen, he pushed Roczen out of the final podium position.

With three laps to go, both front runners; Tomac and Dungey made a small mistake each. Fortunately both riders were able to recover quickly and not lose any positions. However, Tomac managed to put some time between himself and Dungey, while Dungey was down.

Tomac swept both motos to claim the overall victory at the Springcreek national. Red Bull/KTM’s Ryan Dungey went 3-2 to take second overall and pick up a few points on Roczen. In front of his hometown crowd, Dungey also earned his 50th career podium, in the 450 class, in only fifty-six starts. Ken Roczen struggled in Moto two but went 2-4 on the day, to take third overall at Millville.

In the 250 class, it was the crafty Frenchman who stole the holeshot from GEICO/Honda rider, Justin Bogle and local boy, Jeremy Martin.

However, Jeremy Martin made quick work of of Justin Bogle to move into second position. Martin looked to protect the house, as he also made his way by Christophe Pourcel, to take over the lead on home turf.

Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider Dean Wilson was finally able to get up front, with the help of a good start. Wilson went to work on the riders in front of him to put his Kawasaki up into the number three position. However, two-time world champion, Marvin Musquin looked to spoil Wilson’s day. The two swapped the final podium position back and forth, with both riders hungry and fighting hard for third position.

As Martin continued to extend his lead, Baggett looked to make his way to the front of the pack. With a twentieth place start, Baggett had a lot of work to do. He managed to make his way into the top five with five laps remaining.

Webb also had lots of work to do after getting tangled up with Bogle, early in the Moto.

Musquin was able to get by Wilson and chase down the three-seventy-seven of Christophe Pourcel. It became a battle of the Frenchman, with only three laps remaining. Musquin came out on top of the battle to take over second position and Pourcel looked to conserve energy in third.

Baggett also managed to get by Wilson, to put his Kawasaki into fourth position.

Jeremy Martin proved why he is the contender, with a smooth and dominating victory in Moto one. Marvin Musquin claimed second position on his KTM. Christophe Pourcel managed to hold on to third, claiming the final step of the podium in Moto one. Blake Baggett planned for a better start in Moto two to hang with series points leader, Jeremy Martin.

However, in Moto two, it was Christophe Pourcell who lead the pack into turn one. However, in second, it was the fifty-five of hometown boy, Alex Martin. But, Championship contender, Blake Baggett was quick to make the move on Alex Martin, putting his Kawasaki into second.

Just before the halfway point, Baggett was able to take over the lead from Christophe Pourcel. However, Baggett gave up the lead with a crash, putting himself back into thirteenth position and dropping.

As Bogle and Webb set to fight over the lead, Jeremy Martin was beginning to sneak up behind the leaders in third position. Martin managed to make his way by Bogle and looked to chase down the thirty-seven of Cooper Webb. On the final lap, Martin had five seconds to make up on Cooper Webb. Despite a final push from Martin, Webb was able to hold onto the lead to the checkers flew.

Jeremy claimed the overall, at home, with a 1-2 finish on the day. Marvin Musquin was able to get his KTM up on the podium for the first time this year with his 2-4 finishes, earning him second overall. After some tough luck in Moto one, Webb was able to take third overall with a 9-1. Webb’s success at Springcreek will put him back know second position in the championship points chase. And Blake Baggett’s crash in Moto two would cost him second position in the series standings.

Next weekend the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross series will head to Washougal Raceway in Washougal, Washington.

 

450 CLASS RESULTS-SPRINGCREEK

1. Eli Tomac (1-1)

2. Ryan Dungey (3-2)

3. Ken Roczen (2-4)

4. Trey Canard (4-3)

5. Josh Grant (5-5)

6. Brett Metcalfe (6-6)

7. Andrew Short (9-7)

8. Weston Peick (8-8)

9. Fredrick Noren (11-10)

10. Matt Goerke (12-11)

 

250 CLASS RESULTS-SPRINGCREEK

1. Jeremy Martin (1-2)

2. Marvin Musquin (2-4)

3. Cooper Webb (9-1)

4. Christophe Pourcel (3-6)

5. Dean Wilson (5-5)

6. Jason Anderson (11-3)

7. Joey Savatgy (8-9)

8. Alex Martin (12-7)

9. Cole Seely (7-13)

10. Jessy Nelson (14-8)

 

450 CLASS – CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS

1. Ken Roczen – 367

2. Ryan Dungey – 343

3. Trey Canard – 302

4. James Stewart – 226

5. Brett Metcalfe – 222

6. Josh Grant – 218

7. Weston Peick – 188

8. Andrew Short – 187

9. Eli Tomac – 168

10. Chad Reed – 146

 

250 CLASS – CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS

1. Jeremy Martin – 341

2. Cooper Webb – 298

3. Blake Baggett – 285

4. Christophe Pourcel – 246

5. Marvin Musquin – 241

6. Justin Bogle – 240

7. Jason Anderson – 236

8. Cole Seely – 188

9. Jessy Nelson – 164

10. Justin Hill – 150

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2014 Rallye Aïcha des Gazelles: Part 2 [w/video]

July 22nd, 2014 by admin No comments »

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There were six days left and the hardest of them were yet to come.

In case you missed it, be sure to read Part 1, here.

We stood in the north Saharan desert in Mech Irdane, Morocco under a high sun at 7:00 AM. The all-women’s navigation challenge known as the Rallye Aïcha des Gazelles was only two days old, and in spite of a cool morning, it was already clear we’d need to make peace with a grueling desert captivity. The desert has no friends.

Part 1 tells the unintentionally intense story of our arrival in Mech Irdane and how we ended up in a broiling nowhere, with 320 women engaged in a colossal game of Capture the Flag. The abstract is that for eight days in March, the 24-year-old rally puts 160 teams of two women apiece in four classes of vehicles, charged with finding 60 flags hidden somewhere in 10,000 square miles of desert, navigating with 55-year-old maps using nothing more complex than a compass and a plotter. It’s not a race for time but one for distance – the winner is the team that finds the most flags having driving the shortest distance possible over those eight days. Each team has paid $18,540 to enter. The winning team gets a medal. There are no other official prizes.

There were six days left and the hardest of them were yet to come. Today, we had to get through the dunes of Erg Chebbi.

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No heads have rolled at NHTSA over GM ignition switch recall scandal

July 22nd, 2014 by admin No comments »

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At this point, there’s little question that General Motors deserves the bulk of the blame for not recalling the millions of vehicles affected by the ignition switch problem earlier than it did. And to a large degree, GM is facing the music and accepting blame for its mistakes, even if that acceptance won’t bring back the 13 or more deaths attributed to the faulty components. But does GM deserve all the blame?

Fingers are now being pointed at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the government body responsible for investigating potentially problematic vehicles and ordering recalls where necessary. But according to the administration and the Department of Transportation of which it’s part, NHTSA is not to blame.

In fact, while GM has fired 15 employees over the ignition-switch debacle, The Detroit News notes that NHTSA has not dismissed or even disciplined a single employee for not having caught the problem sooner. Both NHTSA chief David Friedman (pictured above, right) and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx (behind Friedman) say that the government is not to blame, and needn’t be held accountable for not having ordered a recall because it could not have known there was a problem. This despite, NHTSA officials having alerted the agency to the issue back in 2007.

NHTSA may have to face some difficult questions and potential repercussions soon, however, as the commerce committees in both the House and the Senate plan to hold hearings into the matter later this year.

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Smart spotted testing new Brabus Fortwo

July 22nd, 2014 by admin No comments »

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2015 Smart Fortwo Brabus prototype

By now AMG has produced versions of just about everything Mercedes makes, right down to the A-Class, CLA and GLA. But while even the smallest of Benzes have fallen under Affalterbach’s knife, Daimler’s performance division steers clear of the Smart brand and its products. For that, the German automaker collaborates with another legendary Silver Star tuner.

Brabus first worked its magic on the original Smart Fortwo in 2003, packing a warmed-over 700cc engine with 74 horsepower along with upgraded aero and rolling stock. The second-generation Brabus model took things further with a 101-hp 1.0-liter engine and other go-fast(er) goodies. And now that the new Fortwo is upon us, it looks like Brabus is at it again.

Spied with a camo wrap but no visible body cladding, the new Brabus city car is expected to pack more of a punch than its predecessors, with estimates ranging from 105 to 120 hp – which may not be much for most cars, but promises to transform the Smart into something more aggressive, especially when paired with a sportier suspension, dual exhaust and aero kit.

Expect the new Brabus Smart to debut sometime next year, after which it’ll be interesting to see how it might square off against a future Renaultsport version of the Twingo with which the new Smart cars share their rear-engined underpinnings.

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Buick Envision CUV displays full-frontal nudity

July 22nd, 2014 by admin No comments »

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Earlier this month, Shanghai GM gave us a glimpse of the production version of the Buick Envision concept revealed at the Shanghai Motor Show back in 2011. And now it’s released the first unveiled shot and initial details of the crossover to slot in the considerable gap between the Encore and Enclave.

The new Envision is set later this year to reach Chinese showrooms, where it will be called the Ang Ke Wei, after which we’re expecting it to arrive Stateside. The production-ready Envision is about the size of the Chevrolet Equinox or GMC Terrain, but is differentiated by a more upscale treatment and Buick’s signature waterfall grille, flanked by Xenon headlamps and LED running lights and riding on 19-inch wheels.

Power comes from GM’s familiar 2.0-liter turbo four with direct injection and stop/start ignition, driving 256 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque through a six-speed automatic transmission to all four wheels. That’s about all that GM’s Chinese operation has announced at this point – it’s not even clear what platform the vehicle is on – but you can check out the press release for yourself below.

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