October 28, 2014

  • from Autocar

    How do electronically controlled 'MagneRide' dampers work, and what are the benefits? Jesse Cross investigates MagneRide is not a name most drivers will be familiar with, but it’s a technology many will use daily. It's a semi-active suspension damping system that was first introduced in 2002 on the Cadillac Seville STS. These days it’s fitted to a wide range of cars, from the Lamborghini Huracánto the Audi S3, and the Ferrari F12 to the Vauxhall VXR8 GTS.Its use is growing in the premium...

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  • from Autocar

    Thorough, classy modernisation dispatches big power with impressive ease The latest offering from Jensen International Automotive, creator of the GM ‘LS3’ V8-powered Interceptor R, a version of which we drove in our modernised classics feature at Goodwood in the summer.Unlike that car, the modernisation of which was largely outsourced, the £180,000 Interceptor R Supercharged you see here was almost entirely rebuilt (starting with a full shell refurb) by JIA’s five workshop staff at its new...

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  • from Autocar

    Cadillac has had several unsuccessful swings at the European market, but this time there are some surprising elements to its battle plan Must admit I have a ghoulish fascination with Cadillac’s trials and tribulations in Europe.Maybe it stems from attending the launch of the Seville in 1998, another chapter in a long history of trying to persuade Europeans that it is a credible luxury brand. And, of course, another heroic failure.So it was interesting at the Paris motor show to talk to Caddy’s...
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