Audi Q7 by MR Car Design

MR Car Design, Tuning

Full-scale discussions of sense and nonsense of all SUVs are near to the end but without any tangible result because the sales figures of this very noble vehicle (if they are actually used as such) from Ingolstadt, Munich, Stuttgart or Zuffenhausen are still unexpectedly high. The team led by Marc Reilly, head of the MR Car Design Company from Erftstadt, recently has chosen an Audi Q7 for reconstruction in order to allow the drivers to float on a cloud.

Aforementioned Q7 has been subjected to additional modification of daytime running lights from 2008 to 2010 levels, installation of LED indicator strip and performance improvement, so this noble racer is very close to new recently face-lifted model. The cost of such upgrade is 6999 Euro.

The software optimization of the 4.2-liter TDIs by MR Car Design from 326 to now 374 hp – while the maximum torque rises from 760 to currently 870 Nm – and withdrawal of tiresome Vmax lock add additional 799 Euros. Use of double-pack K & N air filter adds 160 Euros.

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Audi A1 by Senner Tuning

Senner Tuning, Tuning

Again and again, the close-nit team headed by Benno Senner, president of the Company Senner Tuning AG, address to vehicles from Audi. This time the lucky car is A1 1.4 T-FSI, the smallest vehicle of this family, which has found the way to dealers not long ago. In the series of 90 kW or 122 hp, it has a maximum torque of 200 Nm.

The engine is one of the starting points of the reconstruction presented here. The function of the factory installed air filter now is performed by BMC OTA Power Airbox. To improve performance, a Chipbox was built as a performance-enhancing module, thereby at least 115 kW or 156 hp and torque of 250 Nm are available now. In electronics, a power converter is responsible for the gas signal amplification. For ordinary steam handling, Senner Tuning provides the stainless steel exhaust system in the right / left version including silencer and tailpipes, each 90 millimeters in diameter. As it might be expected from SENNER: of course with EC-approval.

Vital road adherence is provided by black-polish rims Corniche Monza in dimension of 8×18 inches combined with wheels. The S1 Evo Tyres are from Hankook. In addition, in-house sport springs provide a medium lowering by 35 millimeters.

The above mentioned modification adds foreseeable 4590 Euros. This amount includes the necessary TÜV registrations and additional warranty. Furthermore, the team from Ingelheim also offers essential coilover with custom height, rebound and compression adjustment, various parts of carbon, refinement of the interior or conversion to LED rear lights. The prices for these options are available on request.
Now you only have to enter, turn the key and go on…

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Audi R8 V10 Racing Edition by Anderson Germany

Anderson Germany, Tuning

The brand of ANDERSON GERMANY is known worldwide, if it matters the tuning of sports cars or luxury sedans. With its new tuning program for Audi R8 the Dusseldorf enterprise offers some sportive accessories and an exciting car body design.

According to the powerful appearance of the R8, ANDERSON GERMANY use serial light alloy rims dimensioned 8.5×19 and 11×19 with tires 235-3519 / 295-30 R19. The special particularity of these one part wheels is the carbon coating of the lateral surfaces and the bordering in racing orange.

Nevertheless, the basic principle of ANDERSON GERMANY is its producer quality right down to the minutest detail. This is shown also in an impressionating way by the R8 performance kit. The upgrade contains also a valve commanded sports exhaust system, warranting for a weight lowering of 17 Kg (37 lb.), with racing cats and sports air filter, as well as a new engine power management. Thereof result 585 HP (525 HP serial), and the final velocity additionally increases by about 12 kmph/7.5 mph in comparison with the serial values.

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