Earlier we have discussed the power, performance and range upgrades for Tesla Model S and additionally, Tesla Motors have revealed some more interesting updates. They call this the ‘Three Dog Day’. It brings three things: 70 kWh rear drive Model S for a measly $70,000 starting price, followed by an interesting 90 kWh battery pack option costing $3,000 to own, and finally, finished off by the nice, albeit already thoroughly discussed Tesla Model S upgrade, which they call Ludicrous Mode for current, but also future, Tesla Model S customers. But that’s not where the fun ends and reality begins! Tesla Motors, or to be fully
Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA), importer and distributor in the United States, the authorized distributor of Porsche vehicles in North America reported increased sales throughout their overall product range. They have revealed June 2015 sales of 4,223 vehicles, which is the strongest June sales month in PCNA history. The Cayman model line is up 20 percent compared to the same month last year with the first Cayman GT4 deliveries taking place. Year-to-date, 25,138 Porsche vehicles have been delivered, up 10 percent compared year-over-year to 2014. This marks a strong month for the car manufacturer throughout their model range, further improving their status in the luxury
Vorsteiner recently presented the Rosso Mars Lamborghini Huracán with their latest pre-preg carbon fiber Verona Edizione parts. The Verona Edizione package consists of a front spoiler, side skirts and goose neck wing made in Vorsteiner’s signature PrePreg Carbon Fiber. Also fitted to the vehicle are Vorsteiner 20/21 inches sized wheels in Matte Black. The Huracán maintains the 5.2 L naturally aspirated V10 engine from the Gallardo, tuned for 610 PS (449 kW; 602 hp). To ensure its balance and performance, the car is mid-engined, thus providing an excellent set of performance virtues in such a configuration. The V10 engine installed provides the car with enough
For Dodge, the Dodge Viper has been a rather challenging journey. It started early interest, followed by the a lack of sales, all the way to returning the brand to Dodge after it was unsuccessfully marketed under the newly established SRT brand. In all fairness, the new generation Viper is certainly a potent beast and the design is remarkable. On the other hand, the price, alongside with certain quirks and issues, all made sure it wasn’t as big of a success as Dodge envisioned. Now, Dodge is launching an online Viper GTC customizer for new buyers. In a nutshell, it affords owners with a certain
Check out this heavily customized Audi RS6 with an interesting addition of carbon fiber parts and aftermarket wheels added.
Asus’s Rampage V Extreme show why it is the king of the X99 motherboards with its sunning performance and the unbeatable uncore/cache overclocking.
The San Diego carriers duke it out again in Rootmetrics’ scoring for the second half of 2014 and the results are that Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile are a tie
Nvidia has responded to Samsung’s lawsuit, which is really a response to Nvidia’s lawsuit where they claim that Qualcomm and Samsung infringe upon patents.
AMD recently released the R9 285 with the 28nm Tonga Pro GPU, destined to serve as its mid-range enthusiast offering.
It has been a long time coming, but the people at Futuremark finally have delivered their own system benchmark for Android, PCMark for Android
Western Digital today announced two new products in their WD Red line of hard drives. They also introduced an entirely new line of drives known as WD Red Pro. The two new products are the WD Red 6TB and the WD Red Pro 4TB. The major difference between WD Red and WD Red Pro (and why there are different names) primarily has to do with performance, price and warranty. WD’s Red still remains Western Digital’s primary NAS-based hard drive for consumers and small businesses, but it also has expanded its capabilities by supporting 5-8 hard drives in a NAS configuration as opposed to the original
AMD has been working on enabling their customers and partners to be able to create new and exciting products that utilize their technology, and with the final launch of Beema and Mullins we finally see what all the hubub is all about. These are going to be AMD’s latest offerings for the mainstream APUs and for low-power with Beema being the mainstream APU and Mullins being the low-power APU, even though both of them are fairly low power as it is already. With the introduction of these new chips we will be seeing AMD increasing the CPU and GPU performance while simultaneously reducing power consumption