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Audi have developed some brand new special edition versions of their popular S3 model. The brand announced yesterday that they will offer the S3 in five different customisable designs with the main colour of the cars looking more bright and vibrant. Bad news for us UK fans though is that the only country who are receiving these new models is the United States were only twenty five units of the car will be developed. All add ons for these models depend on which colour option you go for and Audi have confirmed these to be, 'Viper Green', 'Sepang Blue', 'Glut Orange', 'Misano Red' and 'Vegas Yellow'. Depending on which option you choose for your car the stitching on the Nappa leather seats inside will also match. A set of nineteen inch alloy wheels have also been confirmed to come along with these special edition models. They are expected to be very tough to get hold off with only twenty five models being made available to the American market.
The new Lamborghini Aventador sells out
It was at the Geneva Motor Show in March of this year that Lamborghini revealed their brand new Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce SV model and stated that the car would be only made available in six hundred units. Today however we can confirm that the new car has officially sold out of all six hundred models. Every single one of them has been spoken for with only two hundred versions of the car going on sale here in European territory. This Aventador is set to be one of the fastest and agile driving performances that Lamborghini offer by using weight reduction techniques with the development of the car. A V12 sized engine also powers the car so its no wonder that the new Aventador SV has proven to be as popular as it is.
Alfa Romeo QV models being kept for the best of the best
It is being reported that Alfa Romeo are set to only use the Quadrifoglio Verde name for their most luxurious vehicles that they are going to produce in the future. The news is that the badge will only find a place on the most high performance versions of some of their vehicle ranges in the future and the models set to launch from here on out which were originally operating under this badge will now be known as as the Veloce models. This news was reported via a Dutch car magazine and we expect these changes to come into play sometime soon.