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To be unnoticed few new Seat Leon 2013 , arrives with noticeable changes in two main sections, the design, with a more refined, angular, and technology, incorporating a wide repertoire of elements of care, security and entertainment which enhance your product value. New face with lines that give identity to the current Seat, a clearly more horizontal than its predecessor and technology are everywhere some of the elements that define the new Seat Leon.
The objective pursued with the Seat Leon III was to make a car more functional space for both occupants, which have been achieved with a more spacious cabin, a design adapted to today and not as ‘sporty’ as the second generation , and the latest technology, all this integrated into a higher-quality product. The integrated LED lights represent a major new element that makes the Leon 2013 in the first of its segment to bring this lighting technology.
In design, the style is curved back that gives way to a more sculpted body and angular, the balance between elegance and sportiness is more evident when the second was the main element in the previous León. With 4.26 meters long is 5 cm shorter than its predecessor, though the battle grows for the new model, which means more room for occupants in both front and rear. The overhangs, now shorter, reinforce this strong presence and compact design.
This aspect angular, expressive, muscular, reaffirmed in the posterior third, with a large C-pillar and rear presence that if he remembers the previous León, new rear lights marked up by a fine line on the shoulder, give that strength design. There is no denying that the 2013 Seat Leon wins ‘mature’ when it comes to design, is a car with a very refined, elegant and certainly reinforces the design language for which Seat has opted for its new models .
The phenomenal Pagani Huayra was submitted a few days ago at the headquarters of Pirelli, Milan. However, this car was already well known by the folks at Slightly Mad Studios, since they have included in its latest and ambitious game, Need For Speed Shift 2: Unleashed.
In this title you can see the rolling model with great realism, which up to make us believe that we are witnessing the live model. This is further reinforced with the video, an amazing animation of the moving car.
Not only aesthetically (outside and interior) the car seems a replica of reality, since the sound is also superbly done. It is certainly an added attraction for this game, and we are not always a model exclusively appear before its official launch at the ‘real world’.
One of the things that stand out in the Pagani Huayra are active rear spoiler. This technology also seen in the Bugatti Veyron, and when to brake heavily deployed in the back of these flaps, allowing the rear of the car remains well attached to the asphalt and then drag the rest of the work to get a total braking.
There is little to see the Pagani Huayra live and live in the Geneva Motor Show expected. Here we can see if this 700 hp supercar power, destined to be the successor to a legendary car like the Zonda, certainly no easy task.