The top-of-the-line TT gets a new aluminum 5-cylinder engine which pushes out 400 hp, launching the Coupe to 62mph in 3.7s and the Roadster in 3.9s. All-wheel drive and a fixed rear wing are standard, and adaptive dampers and carbon ceramic brakes are available.
The fuel company turns its eye towards conservation, with the design of a city car that can get up to 107mpg (European). The diminutive 3-seater uses smart aerodynamics, lightweight materials and a low-friction engine design to minimize fuel consumption.
The new TT looks and drives better than ever, with impressive grip and cornering, a zippy 220 hp turbo 4 with 258 lb-ft. of torque, and a luxuriously appointed interior. Its cool 12.3″ “virtual cockpit” combines an instrument panel, infotainment and navigation displays in one.
Brothers Howard and David Swig showcase two of their favorite cars: a 1959 Alfa Romeo Veloce Zagato, and a 1960 Giulietta Sprint Veloce. The siblings inherited their love for classic cars from their dad, and continue to bond over it as adults. Another awesome Petrolicious short.
This combination of the V8 Vantage S and the Vantage GT is exclusive to the US. It has the same 436hp 4.7L V8 engine but with the choice of a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed auto. You can choose between a sporty or a luxurious trim as well as a fixed roof or a drop top.
A magnetic pin that blocks the cap of #4, #5 and #6 hex bolts, the ones commonly used to secure bicycle parts. Each pin is angled and so small that only the Hexlox key can take it out, and each order of pins only works with the key that comes with it.