Porsche 911/996 GT3 (360HP) vs. Volvo V70 R (300HP) vs. Volkswagen Golf GTI (250HP)...
Police try to stop a porsche for speeding. When they try to stop him he leaves the motorway and while turning on the motorway he crashed. After the crash the pursuit continues. When he drives into a parking he change cars whit a VW Golf R32. The driver of the VW (The wife of the porsche driver) takes off in the Porsche. The police stays on a safe distance and follow the VW (Which now is driven by the Porsche driver). The police make a roadblock on the highway and arrest the man. Also his wife in the Porsche get caught. In the Porsche hard-drugs are found and a weapon under the seat where his 2yo child was sitting. His peanalty is unknown.
From Dutch TV: Wegmisbruikers!
'Suzuki GSX' vs. 'Volkswagen Passat V6 FSI 3.2' (250HP | 0-100 in 9.6s | Top speed 246km/h).
Police wanna stop the Suzuki because breaking the speed-limit and making serveral Wheely's. He already lost his license before and also has a non-legal number-plate. He didn't have any insurance. Peanalty was a fine and he lost his drivers license (that he didnt have in the first place) and is not allow to drive any motor verhicle for many, many years. Police chase in Holland (The Netherlands | Europe)
From Dutch TV: Wegmisbruikers!
Autoblog does a lot of posts on car-related timepieces, and that's thanks to Noah who has an affinity for the finer automotive-inspired paraphernalia in life. Unfortunately, he's not here right now, so I get to tell you about this new limited edition Mercedes-Benz SL 63 that's being produced in conjunction with Swiss watchmaker IWC Schaffhausen. Only 200 will be made, and each features the first application of a new white paint finish dubbed designo magno Kashmir. Though my desensitized retinas see plain old white where others see shades of Pearl and Egg Shell, there's no denying this brilliant veneer looks like a million bucks on the SL 63 AMG. Contrast that with the matte black finish of other components on the car's exterior, and you've got the world's most expensive Storm Trooper. Tobago Brown nappa leather will cradle your bum in the AMG sport seats while your feet fall on special black floormats that are one of about a dozen interior surfaces emblazoned with the AMG logo. The rest is pretty much standard SL 63 AMG fare, if you can call anything about this 525-hp convertible standard with a straight face.
Oh, yeah, the watchmaker tie-in: All 200 owners of the SL 63 AMG Edition IWC will also get a limited edition example of IWC's "Grosser Ingenieur" watch. Nothing can replace my Swatch, but I would definitely take the car.
Gallery: Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG Edition IWC
[Original: Mercedes-Benz via Autoblog]
Before you start sending us flaming e-mails complaining that a comparison between the 2008 Audi S5 and the 2008 BMW M3 Coupe is an obvious mismatch from the get-go, you should know a few things.
Our first full test of the $53,000, all-wheel-drive 2008 Audi S5 was a bit of a revelation. With a 354-horsepower version of Audi's direct-injection 4.2-liter V8 under its hood, the voluptuous Audi S5 ran a 13.3-second quarter-mile at 104 mph, just 0.1 second and 2 mph shy of the 420-hp 2007 Audi RS4 sedan. What's more, the S5's slalom speed is within a couple mph of the harsh-riding RS-spec sedan. "It ran a 13.3? With that kind of speed, who needs a $67,000 RS4?" we asked ourselves.
The Autobahns are German highways. There is a traffic sign that means no speed limit! Germans have the best roads and the best cars.
Why do I think that German cars are the best?
Porsche Turbo's top speed is 310km/h (193mph). You won't see a girl driving that fast but if go to Germany, you'll see german women driving her station wagons on faster than 200Km/h (125M/h).
What about driving a 480hp brand-new all wheel drive Porsche Turbo?
...276km/h (172mph) is quite easy to reach.
This car is gorgeous, sexy and friendly.
Put your GSM card in the stereo system and send SMSs to your friends from the steering wheel (slow down first).
At 218km/h "cruising on a rainy day"... an Audi A4 passed easily. That's Germany!