Monday, October 8, 2007

Teknology Ink

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Friday, September 7, 2007

HP Blackbird 002

If you are crazy about gaming then all your dreams have come true, this is something you've been definitely looking forward to a long time. A special ultimate gaming pc by the leader in computer technology. Its called the HP Blackbird 002, if you ask me this should have been called the Blackbird 007, because it is the Bond among gaming pcs!

This is a dream come true for all the gamers with money in their pockets out there! This incredible pc costs $5600. Not much for the kind of power it carries!


Just listen to this... 3.0 GHz Core 2 Extreme QX6850 which has been over clocked to 3.69 GHZ, Asus Striker Extreme ( NForce 680i) motherboard, 2 GB DDR2 Ram, 160GB 10,000rpm and 750GB 7,200rpm hard drives, dual 1GB DDR4 ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT, and a 16x HP SuperDrive dual-layer DVD burner w/LightScribe. And to top it all off, the killer casing, which has a compartment on the top which opens up to reveal memory card readers and usb slots!

It has a best design in its class, platform-bending hybridization helps the system and aggressive overclocking leads to record-setting performance. This specific extreme pc gets a 9.3 out of 10 rating from cnet. It states,

"HP's Blackbird 002 earns the highest rating this editor has ever given a desktop PC. Its design rivals the Apple Mac Pro, it takes risks that benefit your upgrade path, it's fast, and it's competitively priced. If you can afford it, and you want a high-end gaming PC, buy this one. End of story."

The Tactical High Energy Laser

This is a new kind of technology i'm presenting to you today, defence based technology news:) ... hopefully more reviews of this kind will follow!

The Tactical High Energy Laser (THEL) program is a joint program launched by of U.S. and to counter short-range rockets. This defensive weapon though still in developmental stages, will be inducted in Israeli and American armies. Its predecessor Nautilus was first used in 1996.

THEL will have a mobile version as well. It will be called MTEL. THEL is currently being tested in New Mexico.The laser could be in use by 2007. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on this project.

The MTHEL will be designed to minimize the threats by mortars, artillery rounds and rocket. It might even be capable of destroying cruise missile. Israel and America wants it to be mounted on the back of a humvee. It can be moved and deployed as a system on three trucks. Since this system gets hot quickly, so a new cooling system will be incorporated. It also has fire control radar that guides it into action as shown in the picture.

Watch Video:)

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Archos 605 WiFi (160 GB)

Introducing the new WiFi enabled 160 GB Archos 605! Think thats not enough to make a great gadget there's more this thing has touch screen, high resolution 4.3" screen, and Mac Support. Starting at just $229 this gadget far exceeds the capabilities of any other gadget in its class! It is basically a video and music player with added features such as WiFi for internet surfing and support for almost every music file.

Measuring 4.75 inches wide, 3.25 inches tall, and just a little more than a half-inch thick, the 605 strikes that front-pocket sweet spot; it's big enough to do video justice, yet small and thin enough to comfortably fit in your pants pocket. With top-notch video resolution, incredible viewing angles, and integrated support for wireless movie downloads, the Archos 605 WiFi is the best of its breed.

The Archos 605 WiFi portable video player is one of the best mobile gadgets money can buy. The recessed 4.3-inch TFT LCD screen is not only bright, colorful, and glare-resistant, but it displays at a resolution of 800x480, making it one of the highest-resolution PVPs on the market.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007


Presenting the Sony VAIO LT 19U, this is one of those things you get greedy for ! Only all-in-one PC with Blu-ray (or any HD) player, VESA-mount compatible, removable media and mobile expansion card inputs, can accept a second internal hard drive, better deal than competing HD-capable laptops.

What is so amusing ? its 22-inch wide-screen display and its slower, 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo T7500 chip, 500 GB hard drive, wireless lan, 2GB 667 MHz Ram, 256MB Nvidia GeForce 8400 GT and a blue ray burner, all that is in the back of the monitor, thats something ! It has everything you can think of:)

Sony's new VAIO LT19U is not like as an all-in-one PC for everyday computing, but if you're shopping for a flexible, self-contained, HD-capable digital entertainment center, look no further you have got your answer. It has its flaws, and it's not cheap, but this new VAIO makes up for its shortcomings with sheer capability.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

The New BMW M3

Presenting to you the ultimate in motor sporting this time. This was the first ever sedan car to introduce the idea of a powerful engine in a family 4 door saloon and as awkward it would have sounded 15 years back, it still managed to make ripples across the planet. I'm talking about the BMW M3, and this time it comes out with a newer model with a much more tweaked engine and much more elegant looks.

I must say i love this introductory color, although not as much as we all love this car:)

Engine And Performance:

There's more to it This is the first time an M3 won't feature a straight 6 and also another first time .. it'll feature a V8! Infact a 4 litre V8 which produces a massive 420 hp, capable of upto 8,400 rpm. I cant even imagine the sound this V8 will produce at this rpm i'd say i'm waiting eagerly to hear it! And there is more to it acceleration to 100 km/h comes in just 4.8 seconds, and the car continues this mind-boggling performance with fascinating consistency all the way to its top speed of 250 km/h or 155 mph, where the engine electronics set an artificial limit to the ongoing power and performance of the new BMW M3.

This new car promises more fun and excitement which is very much highlighted by the car's character and expressions.The Over and above the engine compartment lid with its striking power dome and the two air intake openings, the function-oriented design of the front and rear air dams, the so-called gills in the front side panels, the side-sills also in distinctive design, the roof made of clearly visible carbon fiber, as well as the exterior mirrors and light-alloy wheels in BMW M design clearly characterize the new model from the ground up. The exterior, in turn, through its athletic and aesthetic appearance, powerfully underlines the sporting qualities of the car.

This M3 comes with bundles of technology, but the base is still the same the very difficult to use on board computer. I hope that they've done something to give it a much friendly touch, in all we're very much looking forward to the unleashing of this beast! Price figure's havn't been released as yet but it'll be significantly more that the straight 6 version because this car give a better package in all !

Friday, August 24, 2007

Honda Accord 2008

After turning heads all over the world for more than a decade with much improved and refined models year by year, Accord's new model has been released. Set to go on sale in mid-September, the all-new 2008 Honda Accord moves the world of mainstream transportation in a refined, dynamic and sophisticated direction with an expanded range of innovative technologies designed for more power, greater efficiency and enhanced safety across the entire lineup of sedans and coupes.

The all-new Honda Accord has become more advanced and refined with a new level of engineering sophistication," said John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Co., Inc. "As the Honda brand's flagship automobile, the Accord is designed to exceed expectations with premium technology, a more spacious interior and increased power, while retaining the fun-to-drive character and innovative feel that has always distinguished the Accord."


An available 3.5-liter i-VTEC V-6 engine produces 268-horsepower, which is the most ever for any Accord. This new car also introduces a new generation of fuel-saving Variable Cylinder Management™ (VCM®) technology and achieving a Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle(PZEV1) rating. The VCM system operates in six-cylinder mode for power and 4- and 3-cylinder modes for efficiency, resulting in an EPA city/highway fuel economy rating of 19/29.2 miles per gallon (Accord Sedan V-6).

New features:

Also new for Accord, an Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure enhances frontal collision compatibility with vehicles of different sizes and bumper heights. Additional safety equipment standard to all Accord models includes Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®), also known as Electronic Stability Control; side-curtain airbags; dual-chamber front side air bags with passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS), active front seat head restraints, anti-lock brakes and more.

The Accord is available in sedan and coupe body styles with 2.4-liter 4-cylinder and 3.5-liter V-6 engine choices. Available transmissions include a 5-speed manual (standard with all 4-cylinder engines), a 5-speed automatic (standard on sedan V-6 models, available with all 4-cylinder engines and V-6-powered Accord Coupes,) and a 6-speed manual transmission (exclusive to the Accord Coupe EX-L V-6 6MT).

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Intel speeds up the fibers for computers

Researchers at Intel are showing off an silicon modulator that can pass 40 gigabits of data in a second, a new record that indicates that fiber-inside-computers is really coming. For the past several years, Intel, Primarion, IBM and others have been coming up with ways to mass produce optical components on standard silicon manufacturing lines. There have been prototypes for modulators, lasers, and other parts.

A modulator is an component from the fiber optic industry. It essentially chops up light from a laser into blips that ultimately will be understood as 1s and 0s by a computer. Right now, computers (and chips) pass signals via electrons traveling along metal wires. Metal wires give off heat, which has created an energy crisis inside computer. Fiber optics however transmit data with photons, which are faster than electrons and don't give off heat.

So we finally might be coming near to what we can call the next generation computers !

Monday, August 20, 2007

Air guitarists’ rock dreams come true

Remember all the times you've heard a great guitar solo being played and you wished you could play like that. And you'd even try to an imaginary guitar in your hands and imagined the tune being played in your hear. Well now there's a solution to it, it might actually work! I present to you the Air Guitar.

Aspiring guitarists can make their own guitar solos - without ever having to pick up a real instrument, thanks to a research by some Finnish computer science students.The Virtual Air Guitar project has been developed at the Helsinki University of Technology. It adds genuine electric guitar sounds to the passionately played air guitar.It uses a computer to monitor the hand movements of a "player"; the system adds riffs and licks to match frantic mid-air finger work.

By responding instantly to a wide variety of gestures, it helps even the least experienced air guitarist to be the next slash.The resulting system consists of a video camera and a computer hooked up to an appropriately loud set of speakers. A player then needs only to wear a pair of brightly colored gloves in order to start. Computer vision software automatically keeps track of their hands and detects different movements. The Finnish team created a library of guitar sounds based around the pentatonic minor scale – a progression normally used for rock guitar solos – in order to create the right sound for their virtual instrument.

As a player moves their left hand along the neck of their virtual guitar, the computer will run through the scale. Holding it one place while strumming frenetically produces fret board tricks such as hammer-ons – where slapping a finger onto an already vibrating string produces a higher note – and blues bends, which give a distinctive rock twang. And a floor pedal can also be used to switch the system into mode that plays several different chords. However, it requires a little work. The project is currently being demonstrated at the Heureka Science Centre in Finland where it has been played more than 5000 times over the last month. As a follow-up, the researchers are working on a version that will be compatible with a normal webcam and computer, thus giving wannabe rock stars the opportunity to practice their art in the solitude of their bedroom.

Update: system in action .. see the video !

Friday, August 17, 2007

Cayman S Porsche Design Edition 1

This is my first post ever to have 5 pictures and there is a reason behind that i couldn't think which one of these should i drop out! This car is way more sexy than i ever imagined a car could get. This is the Cayman S Porsche design Edition 1, a limited edition of the mid engined coupe Cayman. This new car is set to be released in Nov, 2007.

The Looks This master piece has come into production with thanks to Porsche Design, it imparts additional Luxury and class on the Cayman S. The black leather inside is redefined to match the instrument dials. Even the center console, dashboard, and door trims glisten in black, while the three-spoke sports steering wheel, the gear lever, the handbrake grip, and the roof lining are clothed in non-slip black Alcantara.

The vehicle’s technical features are equally sophisticated, beneath the ten-millimeter-lower body, standard Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) actively controls the hardness of the shock absorbers and it features a special Sport mode that can be activated at the touch of a button for a really dynamic driving feel. Five-millimeter spacers together with 19-inch turbo wheels give the Cayman S “Porsche Design Edition 1” an exclusive presence.

The Porsche Design Studio, created by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche 35 years ago, has rapidly become a top international name for industrial design, luxury items, and consumer goods. Top-class functionality and esthetic's glisten in the new “Porsche Design Edition 1”.

The market launch of this black Cayman with exclusive Porsche Design will begin in Germany in November 2007 and in the United States in January 2008. The base price is 58,600 Euros.

Samsung's U3 2GB

Presenting the Samsung U3, this new sleek'n'simple audio player features a cool design and a handy, built-in USB interface. It's relatively inexpensive because its basic and easy to use, yet still offers some handy features such as an FM tuner and voice recorder. It also supports OGG and WMA formats, and the package even includes a snap-on belt clip and a headphone cable wrap.

The Samsung U3 is the proof that a basic MP3 player doesn't have to be ugly and featureless, it's inexpensive but its cool-looking, simple and perfect for the gym. This also has touch controls which is very attractive but might not be adaptable to some people.

It has ample space, a sleek and sexy design and its handy, so in all it has all the features of a great mp3 player, which you can get very cheap. This device costs around $80 !

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

BlackBerry Curve (BlackBerry 8300)

The New RIM BlackBerry Curve boasts of a sexy and slim design with an improved full QWERTY keyboard. This phone also has a 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and a media player. There's a new spell-checker for e-mail and memos, and audio technology that automatically adjusts call volume in noisy environments.

Although this smart phone doesn't have Wi-Fi or 3G support, it still offers a best-of-breed and sleek design and a well-rounded set of features which make the phone an attractive device for consumers and mobile professionals alike.

Unfortunately however, the BlackBerry Curve doesn't Wi-Fi or 3G support. Also noticeable is that the device's camera still doesn't have video-recording capabilities, and call quality sounds a bit hollow. The 8300 is equipped with a microSD slot, but it is not very conveniently located. The RIM BlackBerry Curve ships with a travel charger, a USB cable, a wired stereo headset and a belt holster.

This device costs around $400.

Fujitsu's Flash Based LifeBooks

Fujitsu have shifted to Flash Memory for their latest LifeBooks, the reason being that they are more accessible and durable. The Fujitsu LifeBook B6210 comes with a 16GB or 32GB drive made of flash memory. A flash drive is more durable than a traditional hard drive. You could drop your notebook and at least the flash drive would continue working.

Flash-based tablet PCs constitute a small piece of a niche market, but the two technologies marry well. Flash memory drives hold far less data than regular hard drives, but consume less power.

The downside however is that that flash drives hold a lot less than traditional drives. But the smaller capacity may not be such a problem in tablets, according to Fujitsu.

Nintendo Wii

After trailing the gaming race for two generations with "me too" consoles, Nintendo is taking a much different approach with its new system. The Nintendo Wii--formerly known as the Revolution--makes use of special motion-sensitive controllers that allow you to swing a sword, throw a punch, or drive a car with a flick of the wrist rather than with the push of a button.

Revolutionary controller design offers unique motion-sensitive gameplay options; built-in Wi-Fi delivers free online services and (eventually) gameplay; Virtual Console has major nostalgia appeal; compatible with all GameCube games and controllers; built-in SD slot for storage and photo viewing; includes Wii Sports game; most affordable of all next-gen systems.

The Bottom line being it lacks the graphical prowess and rich media features of the Xbox 360 and the PS3, but the Nintendo Wii's combination of unique motion-sensitive controllers and emphasis on fun gameplay make the ultra-affordable console hard to resist. At about $250, the Wii also costs considerably less than the Microsoft Xbox 360 or the Sony PlayStation 3.

Monday, August 13, 2007

Range Rover 2008

Range Rover has always been a hot favourite, its more like a dream come true when it comes to motoring, you get all the power you want, you get amazing looking, extra ordinary driving comfort and complete off road experience! That is what you call a complete car!

Rover's have been around for quite some time now, and consequent models have been coming up with more and more features. This time it is the 2008 model, the shape is the same and it looks just as good. The real difference is in what lies within.

Engine And Performance:

Another first one for this 4x4 is a Turbo Diesel V8 engine, which offers petrol like performance but offers 32% more fuel economy as compared to the petrol V8. This has not only helped in increasing the sales upto 19% but also created a good image of diesel engine's capabilities.

New Features:

The list of changes for 2008 is headed by the introduction of four-zone air conditioning, which enables rear seat passengers to control their individual heating and ventilation. This is neatly complemented with 'climate control' windscreen and side glass which is now available in conjunction with automatic rain and headlight sensing. The special glass cuts infrared heat transmission into the vehicle, reducing heat build up when the vehicle is parked in the sun, for example, so allowing the air conditioning to function faster and more effectively on drive away.

The attention to detail extends to new tread-plates and revised graphics on the touch-screen and instruments. A new interior colour becomes available, called Storm, as well as two new exterior colours, Alaska White and Lucerne Green. There is also a new, highly polished 20" alloy wheel design.

For now this particular model doesn't carry a price tag, but it'll be more or less the same as before:)

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Intel's Classmate PC

My previous attempt at doing a review on a cheap laptop created quite a lot of hype, so i decided to bring into consideration another one. This time it is the Intel Classmate PC, this particular PC isn't for professional use, this is Intel's attempt at making a PC for the Children in the under developed world.

The Classmate starts at $225, at a comfortable price of $350 you can get it preloaded with Windows Xp and Microsoft Office 2003.

The Classmate PC is available with either Linux or Windows XP, 256MB or 512MB of RAM, and either a 1GB or 2GB SSD hard drive. The 7-inch screen has a native resolution of 800x480, and the system includes headphone and mic jacks, speakers, two USB ports, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, and an Ethernet jack. With a 900MhZ ultralow-voltage Celeron processor, Intel says it should run for about three hours per charge.

For the processing speed of this kind, the laptop has been stated to run quite comfortably on Windows XP. Surfing online isn't much of a problem either, the only thing which might be of some concern is that it does slow down when multi-tasking.

Subaru WRC Concept

Subaru will be exhibited at the 62nd International Motor Show (IAA), which will be held in Frankfurt am Main from September 15 through 23, 2007. The Concept Car, based on the newImpreza, technical details havn't been released as yet.

Monday, August 6, 2007

Bugatti EB 218 Concept

Bugatti have revolutionized the car industry with a master piece before, the Bugatti Veyron. Now they are all set up to do it again, this time with the Bugatti ED 218. This new concept car is based on the previous EB 118. The outcome is amazing power and elegance and a very unique design.


As is said, this car will revolutionize the car industry, this time not with extraordinary speed but an exquisite engine. This car will feature an 18 cylinder engine, this engine, which was developed at Volkswagen, has three rows of six-cylinder banks which are joined in the shape of a "W". A total displacement of 6.3 litres, this engine will put put 555 bhp and a maximum of 650 Nm. This engine will be a very first and one of a kind.

The harmonious lines of the body are continued in the comfortable and elegant interior. The instruments are oval in shape and the intruments panel is framed in the finest leather. The interior is further enhanced through the use of light walnut. The special silk-finish leather is in "biscuit" colour.

Permanent four-wheel drive and an aluminum multi-link suspension lend the Bugatti EB 218 impressive driving dynamics and excellent traction. The powerful and sporty appearance of the vehicle is underlined by the wide track and the long wheelbase with short body overhang. The Bugatti design can also be seen in the harmonious wheels made from shining magnesium.

We are early awaiting this car's release, and we are even more anxious because we know Bugatti can do it. Lets see how much time it takes them.

Saturday, August 4, 2007

The Cheapest Laptop in the World

The Medison Celebrity laptop. It's a $150 laptop from Swedish company Medison that's available through the Columbus, Ohio-based online reseller This laptop costs and amazing $150 !

This laptop features a large, wide-screen 14-inch WXGA display and weighs a reasonable 4.8 pounds. Powering the Medison Celebrity is a 1.5GHz Intel Celeron M 370 processor and 256MB of RAM. It uses Fedora Linux, which requires less muscle to run than a Windows OS and no Microsoft licensing fee. Rounding out the specs are a 40GB hard drive, an integrated Via PN800 graphics chip, and 802.11g Wi-Fi. You also get stereo speakers, three USB 2.0 ports, and a PC Card slot. Medison backs the laptop with a one-year warranty but offers little detail about the terms.

And guess what, $150 is all you have to pay, the shipping is also free and there are no extra charges whatsoever!

Thursday, August 2, 2007

SanDisk Sansa Connect

The Sansa Connect is a nicely designed player with desirable features and advanced wireless technology, making it a great choice for early adopters and Yahoo Music Unlimited subscribers. With a bit of tweaking to the integrated Wi-Fi, this device could become a "must-have" music player for users who want fresh content all the time.

The SanDisk Sansa Connect has a high-quality design, a lovely, user-friendly interface, and good audio quality; it offers desirable features such as a MicroSD card expansion slot and a built-in external speaker for sharing tunes. The Connect is also Wi-Fi-capable, letting you access Internet radio for free and the entire Yahoo Music catalog with a subscription.

This device costs around $220.

Oakley Thump Pro

The Oakley Thump Pro sunglasses integrate an MP3 player into a compact, wearable, and straightforward design; they're extremely useful for outdoor activity. Like previous Thumps, these are compatible with both Windows and the Mac OS, connectible through a standard mini usb. If you're an active user looking to combine your love of music with your zest for outdoor activity, the Oakley Thump Pro MP3-playing sunglasses could be a great fit.

Available in a variety of capacities (256MB, 512MB, and 1GB) and frame/lens color combos, the Thump Pros nevertheless aren't for everyone. They're rather expensive--$249, $299, and $349 for the 256MB, 512MB, and 1GB, respectively and the style is active, rather than sleek. That said, the glasses are lightweight and comfortable, so they should suit their key market: runners, cyclists, and skiers/boarders.

Peugeot 308 Rc Z Concept

The 308 RC Z concept car is a new Peugeot interpretation of driving pleasure. The car is a 2+2 coupé, with true versatility and at the same time a style that is modern, original and well-balanced.

Attention initially focused on making the vehicle as light as possible by the use of numerous aluminium components, for example the two roll over protection bars that separate the passenger compartment and give shape to the exterior styling, and the use of a polycarbonate rear windscreen and a large number of carbon fibre body parts.

This car may also look hideous from some angles but it is a bold step forward, lets see if they put it in production and if they do lets see how much does the original car resembles the concept model.

Toshiba Portege R500-S5002

Perhaps the laptop we've been most looking forward to checking out this year, Toshiba's Portege R500 is very close to the final word in ultraportable systems. Incredibly thin and light, it manages to squeeze a 12-inch display into a package even lighter than Sony's 11-inch VAIO TZ150.

This laptop costs around $2000 for the base model and $2150 for the upgraded version.

Toshiba's much-anticipated Portege R500 may be the best ultraportable laptop available right now. This is an extremely thin and light has excellent battery life and even includes optical drive. This machine has a weight badge of 2.4 pounds! Which is much greater than extraordinary. The laptop also has a 120 GB hard drive, a 1.2 GHz Intel core 2 duo processor and Mobile Intel Express 950GM video card.

The only thing this laptop lacks is no mobile broadband and that very limited configuration options.

New 600hp Continental GT Speed

The new Continental GT Speed, the most powerful Bentley ever made and an extraordinary addition to the Continental GT series. This is also the first Bentley ever to top 200 mph, with a top speed of 32 6 km/h (202 mph).

The exterior style of the new Continental GT Speed is defined by a wider, lower air intake and more upright radiator grille that also provide increased airflow. Its 600bhp (610PS) W12 engine develops 15 percent more torque and nine percent more power than the standard Continental GT, while engine efficiency is optimised by the use of lower friction, lighter-weight components and a new engine management system. The resultant performance is exceptional, with a top speed of 202mph (326km/h), a zero to 60mph sprint time of just 4.3 seconds (0-100km/h in 4.5s) and effortless overtaking capability.

Engine And Performance:

This is the most powerful Bentley production car ever, its highly efficient W12 engine delivers 600bhp (610PS/449kW) and 553lb ft (750Nm), which is a nine percent increase in power and 15 percent increase in torque as compared to the previous Continental GT. This powerful hub of the car catapults it to a topspeed of 202mph (326km/h). Managing 0-60mph in 4.3 seconds and 0-100mph in 10.3 seconds.

This flawless engine power gives the car effortless overtaking performance and the specs support it too, 50-70mph in just 2.3 seconds (80-120km/h in 3.0s).

Also incorporated in the car is Harder-edged, more sporting driving experience through enhanced chassis. Lowered ride height, uprated spring/damper settings and uprated anti-roll bars for improved agility and body control. New levels of roadholding thanks to superior grip from unique 9.5Jx20 wheels with bespoke Pirelli P-Zero performance tyres. Which also help improve steering response also achieved through retuned speed-sensitive Servotronic system, solid-mounted front subframe and stiffer rear bushings.

‘Dynamic’ mode introduced on the uprated Bosch 8.1 ESP system with more progressive intervention to cater for the more spirited driver. Subtle styling modifications distinguish the Continental GT Speed from the Continental GT, which includes, front grille and lower air intakes in dark-tinted chrome matrix and wider rifled sports exhaust tail pipes.

Also on the New Continental GT Speed is a Mulliner Driving Specification which includes, drilled alloy sport foot-pedals, knurled chrome/hide gearlever and diamond quilted hide to seat facings, doors and rear quarter panels.

Price figures havn't been released as yet !