Date: 9 months ago   Category: Motors

Aston Martin показал сверхмощный хэтчбек Cygnet


The car is equipped with the 430-strong motor from the Vantage S sports car. Also the novelty has received the back drive. The Aston Martin company has submitted at the Festival in Gudvuda the heavy-duty version of the Cygnet hatchback which has received the 430-strong motor from the Vantage S sports car. Also the car is equipped with the back drive. Writes Top Gear about it. The car has received a number of new elements among which there is a pendant, transmission and stretchers. It is known that the original version is equipped with 1,3-liter "four" while her new modification has received the 4,7-liter atmospheric V8 engine with a power of 436 hp and 490 Nanometers of torque. The engine works together with seven-step "robot" Sportshift II. Length of the hatchback has increased from 3.0 to 3.7 meters. To "one hundred" the car accelerates in 4,2 seconds. The maximum speed of the hatchback is 171 kilometers per hour. Earlier it was reported that the Audi company has presented the most compact A1 hatchback. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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