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Olivier Maumaire, General Manager- Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre

First Porsche Destination Charger Available in Trinidad and Tobago

Port of Spain. Porsche Centre Trinidad and Tobago proudly unveiled their first destination charger at Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre. Now customers can conveniently, and safely, charge their full electric and plug-in hybrid Porsche vehicles at the hotel situated in Port of Spain while dining at one of the five in-house restaurants or if enjoying a staycation to take a break from everyday stress.

  • Written by Narend Sooknarine
  • Category: Auto News

Audi’s Q2 delivers compact luxury & value

It’s no secret that the world has fallen in love again with smaller vehicles. In particular, smaller premium vehicles allow entry-level buyers to access the luxury market, while empty nesters can downsize as their children move out and create their own family units. And besides, who ever said that everyday living had to be boring? With cars like Audi’s new Q2, a regular trip to the mall or supermarket can be a stylish and dynamic journey that lets you express your automotive personality. 

  • Written by Narend Sooknarine
  • Category: Auto News

Nissan Z Proto looks to the future, inspired by its past

Yes, it has a manual transmission

YOKOHAMA, Japan (Sept. 16, 2020) – The new Z is coming.

Nissan today unveiled the Z Proto, signaling the company’s intent to launch a new generation of the legendary Z sports car. Shown at a virtual event beamed around the world from the Nissan Pavilion in Yokohama, the prototype car features a new design inside and out, as well as a V-6 twin turbocharged engine with a manual transmission.

  • Written by Zorce Admin
  • Category: Auto News

Porsche’s Panamera charges into 2020!

The vision for Porsche’s Panamera continues to evolve in its quest for the perfect intersection of sports car and luxury saloon. Diehard fans will adore the new more powerful engine options and further evolution of the Panamera’s steering systems, suspension and chassis management. Yes, it now performs even better on a racetrack, but can also deliver high levels of comfort, functionality and style. Its efficiency, now catapulted in the area of hybrid performance, pushes the envelope because of hybrid technology rather than in spite of it, and shares the lessons learnt from the 919 Hybrid and 919 Hybrid Evo’s racing development. Even the Panamera’s tyres have been revised across the board. Here are the fine points...

  • Written by Narend Sooknarine
  • Category: Auto News

In a zone all its own: the new Porsche 911 Targa 4/4S

Aspiring Porsche fans around the world often look at the fastest models as the benchmark for performance. Coupé models usually showcase the full range, from the entry level 911 Carrera all the way up to the 911 GT2RS, while the cabriolet models add the panache and adventure of the wind in your hair experience, with a distinct disregard for the possibility of rain, something enjoyed by more seasoned Porsche owners. If you’re thinking like a Porsche engineer, is there room for something between? There is, and since 1965 it’s been called the Porsche 911 Targa. Today’s 2020 versions are making their debut in all-wheel drive form as the new Porsche 911 Targa 4 and 911 Targa 4S models, keeping the tradition of innovative extravagance and elegance alive.

  • Written by Narend Sooknarine
  • Category: Auto News

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