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The new Porsche Motorsport-developed unit kicks out 50bhp more than the 3.8-litre six-cylinder powerplant used in the existing 911 GT3 RS, producing a 911 Turbo-equalling 493bhp at a soaring 8250rpm, or some 350rpm higher than before.
Porsche claims a 0-62mph time of 3.9sec for the 1360kg 911 GT3 RS 4.0, a scant 0.1sec inside the time quoted for the old model. It also quotes a 0-124mph (200km/h) time of under 12sec, although it points out that the gearing and aerodynamics of the new car, like those of its direct predecessor, can be altered. The old 911 GT3 RS was rated at 13.3sec.
Underlining its competition background, the 911 GT3 RS 4.0 will be sold exclusively in an all-white paint scheme at a price of £128,466. Production of the new car, which replaces the regular GT3 RS in the line-up, will take place a Porsche’s traditional Zuffenhausen manufacturing plant alongside standard versions of the 911. Only 600 examples will be built.
The revised turbocharged T6 petrol engine for both models produces 321bhp and 354lb ft of torque – up by 21bhp and 29lb ft – with maximum torque delivered from 3000 revs.
Power is driven through all four wheels via the firm’s second-gen six-speed automatic gearbox, which has also been fettled with for less friction and smoother changes.
Other upgrades for the new hardcore 2012 versions include changes to the chassis, strut brace under the bonnet and ‘monotube’ dampers for the S60 R-Design, which replace the previous version’s twin-tube dampers. Suspension is also lowered for a more aggressive stance.
Volvo North America chief Doug Speck said: “The jump in performance will re-define these two R-Design models. Along with styling and suspension features that set them apart from other versions, our two newest R-Design models will have a higher fun-to-drive quotient. I see that as a positive thing, and so will car buyers.”
Prices for the revised R-design Volvo S60 start from $42,275 (£25,720), with the XC60 starting from $43,150 (£26,250). No word has been given yet by Volvo of the more powerful engines arrival to the UK market.
The ISR Mulliner option is limited to 100 units and is the “most potent and radically styled Bentley convertible ever,” according to the firm.
It is available in three colours - Beluga, Quartzite and Arctica White - with special features including Supersports ISR graphics and red-accented detailing along the cars body and red 20-inch 10-spoke alloys with a “diamond turned finish.” The air bonnet scoops, too, are finished with red accents.
Inside, the interior is lined in Alcantara, and features high-gloss carbon fibre with a red weave. Also included is an eight-inch touchscreen ‘infotainment’ system.
Power comes courtesy of the six-litre, twin turbo-charged W12 engine, which produces 631bhp and 590lb ft of torque, giving the special Bentley a 0-60mph time of just 3.8sec.
The Supersports Continental Convertible ISR is now available to order at Bentley dealerships, with prices starting from £189,300.
Tweaks to the turbocharged 1.6-litre engine’s management and turbocharger systems and a new stainless steel dual sports exhaust have helped boost power from 189bhp to 202bhp and torque from a maximum of 196lb ft to 207lb ft over the standard VXR.
This results in a 143mph top speed and 0-60mph pace of 6.5sec. By comparison, the 197bhp, 158lb ft 2.0-litre Clio RS covers 0-62mph in 6.9sec and can reach 141mph.
To help translate the extra power to the road, the Nurburgring Edition gets a mechanical multi-plate limited-slip differential.
As the car’s name suggest, the final sign-ff was at the Nurburgring where its bespoke Bilstein springs and dampers were honed. The VXR special rides 20mm lower at the front and 15mm lower than the standard car.
Other additions include new Brembo brakes that are 30 per cent lighter than the standard VXR’s, and retuned ABS, ESC and traction control systems.
Visual changes include high-gloss grey alloys, Nurburgring logos and two new colour choices: apple green ‘Grasshopper’ and red ‘Henna’. Nurburgring plaques also feature inside, as does bespoke white stitching for the Recaro seats.
The new car is 1.808m wide, 1.486m tall and 4.278m long; that’s 84mm wider, 12mm lower and 152mm longer than the outgoing version, and considerably wider and longer than a Golf.
New features for the Beetle include LED daytime running lights, bi-xenon headlights, an integrated rear spoiler, and larger wheels (up to 19in will be available).
The engine options will be three turbocharged petrol units, with 103bhp (1.2), 158bhp (1.4) and 197bhp (2.0), and a pair of turbodiesels with 103bhp (1.6) and 138bhp (2.0).
VW’s seven-speed dual-clutch transmission will be offered as an option; in the mid-spec petrol it returns 47.9mpg and emits 139g/km of CO2. But the greenest petrol model will be the 1.2; equipped with stop-start and battery regeneration, it will return 51.4mpg and emit 129g/km CO2.
The diesels manage 65.7mpg and 112g/km (1.6), and 57.6mpg and 129g/km (2.0).
The most potent petrol variant can reach 129mph. It and the 1.6 TSI get VW’s electronic differential lock, which brakes to stop the unloaded inside wheel from spinning during cornering.
The new Beetle will be built at VW’s Puebla plant in Mexico, alongside the Jetta, with which it shares a platform. UK dealers will start taking orders for the car this summer, with the first deliveries expected early next year. A convertible version is already under development; it’ll go on sale later in 2012.