Skoda Fabia RS
A green roof and alloys similar to those used on the S2000 racer give the Fabia RS the racer personality. It appears like the Czech brand of Volkswagen
wanted to assimilate some of that racing DNA at least as far as the appearance is concerned. The atrocious lower front lip, smoked glass all around, darkened chrome work, a rear spoiler, and side skirts highlight the car's facade. Also to be noted, for the first time ever, in spite of the mere 1.4-litre capacity, Skoda
is using a double-supercharged four-cylinder petrol engine providing 177 bhp of power. The classy compressor-and-turbo combination increases the engine power effortlessly and harmonically. The maximum speed of 224 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in just 7.3 seconds guarantees the sporty driving experience.
Cadillac CTS Sport Sedan
The piercingly folded edging, the chunky attitude and the plentiful chrome details give the 2010 CTS sedan a stubby, honorable look. The colossal Cadillac wreath-and-crest logo in front isn't that fine, but never mind. To some eyes, the sedan can appear to be the most distinctive of all vehicles in the group. The cheerfully luxurious design has every control pleasing to the eye, and easy to find and operate. The 2010 Cadillac CTS lineup matches the ride-and-handling balance of European brands, though its hefty body dulls the speedy sensations a bit. The world-class navigation system and iPod connection are serious performance upgrades.
Ferrari 599 GTB Hybrid
Hybridization is the only possible answer to the environmental pollution caused by cars and Ferrari
has made its decision: Either it is the hybrid that would dominate Ferrari's line-up of vehicles, or there would be no Ferrari cars at all. One motor has been integrated into its seven-speed dual-clutch transmission system, offering the just the right balance of weight, complexity, and performance. Two lithium-ion battery packs with a combined capacity of 4 bhp are placed right under the chassis where they help lower the car's center of gravity without upsetting the airflow underneath. To cut down on weight, Ferrari proposes to make use of an abundant amount of carbon fiber and aluminum.
Porsche 918 Spyder
The Porsche 918 Spyder
is another hybrid that may reduce pollution levels. It's a two-seater with a seven-speed PDK double-clutch gearbox. One would like to own the masterpiece even if it had no engine at all. But, this stunner is strapped with a 3.4-liter V8 petrol burner united with electric motors to put out over 500 bhp. It features a mind-altering acceleration that goes from a standing start to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds. Topping out at 31 km/h and offering a very respectable 33 kmpl fuel economy, this is pretty well what dreams are made up of. The Porsche 918 Spyder is one of the most beautiful hybrids of all time.
Luxury leads the way for the driver and the environment with the world's first luxury plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. The Karma's spectacular proportions and opulent design offer smile-inducing performance. The interior allow four adults and luggage travel in comfort. With a cleaner conscience than ever before there is zero emission. The Karma uses Q-DRIVE plug-in hybrid technology, developed exclusively for Fisker Automotive by Quantum Technologies. A fully-charged Karma burns no fuel for the first 80 km. Once that distance is covered, the car operates as a normal hybrid vehicle. This one is a sexy, luxury hybrid sports sedan. Environmentalism has never been more brilliantly instilled with sophistication and fashion. Designer Henrik Fisker has taken the automotive hybrid to a new level of performance and style, and of course, with zero compromise in either category.