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BT More highlights the stalwarts of the auto industry

BT More highlights the stalwarts of the auto industry

Advocating cutting-edge technology and stylised design, BT More highlights the stalwarts of the auto industry. We celebrate six dynamic cars on our sixth anniversary.

The Limited Series LaFerrari The Limited Series LaFerrari
The Limited Series LaFerrari
On March 5, the Geneva International Motor show played host to the world debut of the LaFerrari. The Prancing Horse's much-awaited limited series special is one amongst just 499 that will be built to represent an experiment with every technological solution. The introduction of the hybrid system has resulted in a solution that exalts Ferrari's fundamental values - performance and driving thrills. Known as HY-KERS, this hybrid technology combines maximum performance with minimal emissions, releasing just 330 g/km of CO2 without resorting to the electric-only drive. This is, however, a precursor to a fully electric version. Equipped with dynamic controls integrated for the first time ever on a Ferrari car with active aerodynamics and the HY-KERS system, the interiors feature an HMI inspired by F1 single-seaters.

The New Audi R8
The New Audi R8

The New Audi R8
The Audi R8 is a sports car that does not scrimp on luxury. While the exteriors have several eye-catching features such as a singleframe grille with tapered corners at the top, a redesigned diffuser and large round tailpipes, the restructured all-LED headlights and rear-lights are standard with all models. The interiors are now even more upscale. With the optional honeycomb-quilted fine Nappa full-leather package, the seat covers and inserts in the door liners are quilted. This quilting is also available as an option for the Alcantara headlining.

Porsche 911 Series
Porsche 911 Series

Porsche 911 Series
Since its debut in 1963, the Porsche 911 has set a benchmark by building over 8,20,000 models - making it the most successful sports car series in the world. The central point of reference for all the other Porsche series, each model carries a piece of the 911 philosophy. The 991 - released in 2011 - was the greatest technical leap in the evolution of the 911 series. Raising performance and efficiency to new levels, it featured a completely new suspension with a longer wheelbase, wider track, larger tyres and ergonomically optimised interiors, making it a sportier albeit more comfortable driving experience . With its stretched silhouette, exciting contours and precisely designed details, the seventh generation of the Porsche 911 Carrera once again succeeded in redefining the standards for automobile design.

 The SLS AMG By Mercedes-Benz
The SLS AMG By Mercedes-Benz

The SLS AMG By Mercedes-Benz
The purist design, intelligent lightweight construction and superior handling dynamics of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG have exhilarated automotive enthusiasts across the world. The first independently developed vehicle by AMG in its illustrious 40-year-old history, this model demonstrates development expertise of the highest order. The innovative sports car exteriors, complemented by its aviation-inspired interiors, come together to form an exclusive piece of art with superior driving dynamics. Upholding the brand's core values of quality, safety, reliability and exclusivity, it is also the official F1 Safety Car.