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Alpine A110 Gains Premium Interior Courtesy Of Carlex Design

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This A110 is rocking white leather on the seats, dashboard and center console, making the spartan cabin more pleasant .
'You wouldn’t call the new Alpine A110 isn’t exactly call luxurious, or even premium for that matter. In fact, various reviewers have complained about cheap-feeling plastics throughout the French sport car’s interior, which means there’s room for improvement. If that’s your mindset, then you can check out what Carlex Design managed to do for this blue A110 , creating a considerably more stylish ambiance inside. The Polish tuner infused the front seats, dashboard, center console, pillars, headliner and door panels (mostly) with white leather and added blue floor mats. As you can see, the blue upper inserts on the doors were kept as they were, so as to further boost that white-blue contrast, which is complemented by the stitching. Also Read: Carlex Design’s Mercedes X-Class Will Make You Forget You’re Driving A Pickup This is easily one of the most stylish A110 interiors we’ve ever seen, and while it’s might stray a bit from the “bare essentials only” formula, we’re willing to bet plenty of customers out there would prefer it this way. As far as we know, no performance mods were made, which is in line with the company’s mindset. Still, the A110 is already huge fun to drive, thanks to its well sorted-out chassis and 1.8-liter four-pot that produces 252 PS (248 HP) and 320 Nm (236 lb-ft) of torque. With the aid of a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox propelling the rear wheels, as well as a 1,100 kg (2,425 lbs) curb weight, it gets to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.5 seconds and maxes out at 250 km/h (155 mph). Thus, while a little more power would certainly be welcome, it’s not that the A110 really needs it anyway.'

2020 Corvette C8 Interior Makes An Early Appearance In All Its Official Glory

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The Corvette C8 is not out just yet, but an official image of the interior has found its way online.
'The world awaits for the official reveal of the all-new, mid-engine Corvette later today but someone was eager to share a full shot of the model’s impressive interior. Of course if you’re a frequent visitor here, which you should be, you already seen the C8 Corvette’s cabin design from when we posted our exclusive scoop back in January . This is however our first proper look on the interior, free of any annoying covers. The image was shared on Twitter by automotive writer Bozi Tatarevic, who says it got it via a message and that GM didn’t share with him any embargoed material about the C8 Corvette. Still not a fan of the steering wheel but the rest looks pretty nice. pic.twitter.com/REOLmbo00j — Bozi Tatarevic (@hoonable) July 18, 2019 Unlike our (very) early look, the interior here is wrapped in black leather with red contrast stitching and we can clearly see for the first time how the door-card design blends in with the rest of the dashboard. The whole vibe is definitely Corvette but it looks like a radical departure in terms of quality and of course technology. The driver is basically wrapped by the dashboard, focusing solely on him and leaving the passenger with just a few air vents. The C7 also does that but the new C8 turns that up to 11. The digital instrument cluster is expected to be fully configurable , with plenty of screen options depending on the selected driving mode and the driver’s preferences. The large touchscreen display for the infotainment system looks pretty modern and premium, thanks to its glass surface and the metal detailing on the sides. We’re not sure about the very long row of physical buttons running down the center console however; these are the HVAC controls and their positioning give access to the passenger as well, which is good, I guess. Anyway, let us know what you think about the interior of the new C8 Corvette and stay tuned for the big reveal later tonight, at 8 p.m. PDT.'

Serbian interior ministry says Lufthansa bomb threat was fake

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BELGRADE (Reuters) – The Serbian interior ministry said a bomb threat which prompted the evacuation of a Lufthansa plane bound for Frankfurt on Thursday morning was fake.Serbian state TV reported that 130 passengers and five crew members had been
'BELGRADE (Reuters) – The Serbian interior ministry said a bomb threat which prompted the evacuation of a Lufthansa plane bound for Frankfurt on Thursday morning was fake.Serbian state TV reported that 130 passengers and five crew members had been evacuated after boarding the 6.15 a.m. (0415 GMT) HL 1411 flight, and the plane was taken off the runway.Special police units were deployed to search the plane.An interior ministry spokesman confirmed to Reuters that the bomb threat was found to be false after checks on board the plane. “This morning at 6 a.m. an unknown person called and reported there was a bomb on the plane bound for Frankfurt,” a ministry statement had said earlier in the day.A Lufthansa spokesman confirmed the plane was being checked by authorities.Source: Read Full Article . The post Serbian interior ministry says Lufthansa bomb threat was fake appeared first on Best World News .'