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RUF UNVEILING AT GENEVA

RUF UNVEILS CTR ANNIVERSARY AND ALL-NEW RUF GT AT THE GENEVA INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SHOW

RUF Automobile is unveiling the first production example of the RUF CTR Anniversary as well as the new 991.2-based RUF GT today in Geneva, Switzerland, kicking off the manufacturer’s 80th anniversary

RUF Automobile GmbH, manufacturer and creator of bespoke sports cars that combine performance and suitability for everyday use, unveils two cars today at the 89th Geneva Auto Show at the Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland. The first production example of the RUF CTR Anniversary is displayed alongside the all-new RUF GT. The unveiling at the Geneva International Motor Show, kicks off the company’s 80th anniversary.

 

The first production example of the RUF CTR Anniversary is being delivered to its owner during a press conference at the Geneva International Motor Show. The model was first announced at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show on the 30th anniversary of the original RUF CTR and produces 710 PS (700 BHP) from its twin-turbo 3.6L, flat-six engine. Weighing in at just 1,200 kilograms (2,640 pounds), the 2019 RUF CTR Anniversary has a top speed of 360 km/h (223 mph). This particular example is finished in the iconic yellow color scheme of the original CTR and features unique touches like matching yellow seat belts, new wheels compared to the prototype, and a new “whale tale” design with a slimmer profile.

 

The all-new RUF GT is a Porsche 991.2 GTS-based model acting as an extension of the previous generation of the Porsche 911. The RUF GT features a 3.0 liter flat-six engine producing 515 HP, 645 Nm of torque and has a total weight of 1450 kg (3,200 lbs). The launch-control equipped 7-speed double clutch gearbox helps the car accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.4 seconds. The car is also available with a manual transmission. The RUF duck tail, rear diffuser and front splitter generate high downforce and help keep the RUF GT stable at its top speed of 320kmh (199 mph).

 

“The Geneva Auto Show is always a thrilling way to introduce our work to the world,” said Estonia Ruf, marketing director of RUF Automobile GmbH. “These two cars represent years of development, thousands of man hours and a lifetime of passion and enthusiasm. As we continue celebrating our 80th anniversary in 2019 these cars will be the centerpiece, each one embodying what makes a RUF so special.”

 

This year marks the 80th anniversary for RUF Automobile, originally founded by Alois Ruf Sr. in 1939. The company will be celebrating its anniversary throughout 2019 both in Pfaffenhausen and at events around the globe. Use the hashtag #80YearsOfRUF to join in celebrating on social media.

 

For more information on RUF automobiles, visit the RUF website at ruf-automobile.de/en/

ABOUT RUF AUTOMOBILE GMBH

In 1939, Alois Ruf Sr. first formed his company, AUTORUF, as a general service garage. The company grew and in 1949 Ruf Sr. added a gas station to the company complex. By 1955, Ruf Sr. recognized a need in Germany for a full-size tourist bus and challenged himself to build his own to run this as a separate business. In 1963, the company began specializing in Porsche vehicles, a direction that Alois Ruf Jr. vowed to continue when he assumed ownership of the company in 1974. In the following year, the first RUF-enhanced Porsche model made its debut. 

In 1982 RUF has been approved by the German authorities as a car manufacturer in its own right, which meant that RUF cars were identified by their own VIN. In 1987 RUF achieved the approval from NHTSA and EPA in the United States. Now it is still family run by Alois and Estonia Ruf.

Pininfarina Battista Premiere

Perfect Formula: Rosberg Joins First Clients at Pininfarina Battista Premiere in Geneva

Automobili Pininfarina and partners re-define the electric car brand

  • Landmark pure-electric luxury Pininfarina Battista revealed at a gala VIP event on the eve of the Geneva International Motor Show. Click here for highlights
  • Three Battistas and a unique Battista-liveried Mahindra Racing Formula E racing car highlight the hyper GT’s beauty, personalization potential and electric performance
  • 2016 Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg joined Automobili Pininfarina to celebrate a shared vision for electrification and sustainability
  • Anand Mahindra, Michael Perschke, Paolo Pininfarina, Nick Heidfeld, Mate Rimac, Jerome D’Ambrosio and Pascal Wehrlein celebrated the Battista’s arrival
  • Hypercar-engineering guru Rene Wollmann announced as Automobili Pininfarina Programme Director, Sportscars
  • Pininfarina Battista full press kit and image suite available here
  • Applications to own Battista may be made through the Automobili Pininfarina website: Apply Now

A landmark occasion in electric car desirability and performance was celebrated in Geneva on Monday night (4th March) when Michael Perschke, Automobili Pininfarina CEO, Anand Mahindra, Mahindra Group Chairman and Paolo Pininfarina, Pininfarina SpA Chairman, unveiled the Pininfarina-designed pure-electric luxury hyper GT Battista at a gala VIP event on the eve of the Geneva International Motor Show.

Michael Perschke, CEO, Automobili Pininfarina, said: “The Battista represents a beautiful dream for us all. In just 12 months we have set up an amazing new electric car brand that delivers on the Pininfarina-family dream to see a luxury car solely badged Pininfarina. The best possible technical partners have joined us on this journey to develop the Battista with zero emissions and more power than is possible from an internal combustion engine. The Battista represents purity, beauty and rarity, and a vision for sustainability that appeals to the heart as much as the head. It will be the most powerful car ever designed and built in Italy and will make you fall in love with electric power.”

In celebration of the Battista’s electric performance and the spotlight it shines on automotive sustainability, its reveal was shared by Nico Rosberg, the 2016 FIA Formula 1 World Champion, and the presentation of a Mahindra Racing Formula E car with bespoke Battista livery.

The Battista will set new performance landmarks for a road-legal car and forms the core of Automobili Pininfarina’s sustainable automotive strategy that will be strengthened at Rosberg’s GREENTECH FESTIVAL in Berlin in May. Automobili Pininfarina has been invited to host the Battista’s German launch at the 2019 GREENTECH FESTIVAL and celebrate a mutual ambition between the two organisations to promote the rapid development of green technologies, accelerate a positive change in car ownership and excite people about electric motoring.

The Battista encompasses a vision of beauty and sustainability, delivering 1,900 hp and zero emissions in classic Pininfarina style, where form and function are elegantly combined in a beautiful carbon body. The Battista is the first electric car to truly fall in love with.

Following on from their unveiling last night, 4th March, the three all-electric Battistas received their public world premieres on the Automobili Pininfarina and Pininfarina SpA stands at the Geneva International Motor Show, which runs from 5th March to 17th March.

Automobili Pininfarina presented the Battista in three distinct and elegant design specifications and colours: a Blu Iconica Battista featuring the Iconica by Automobili Pininfarina design pack; a Grigio Luserna satin grey car with satin blue accents and anodized aluminium detailing; and a third Battista in a pure pearlescent white called Bianco Sestriere. In describing the three Battistas, Design Director Luca Borgogno underlined a unified purity of purpose for the car: to be the world’s most desirable electric car.

Demonstrating Automobili Pininfarina’s desire to produce the world’s most sought-after all-electric hypercar, the Munich-based company also announced an exciting addition to its engineering team. Rene Wollman has joined Automobili Pininfarina as Programme Director, Sportscars. Wollmann brings a wealth of experience to the Battista programme having most recently managed the launch of possibly the most extreme motorsport-inspired road car ever, the AMG ONE hypercar.

Wollmann takes his place alongside an enviable line-up of experts excited by the challenge to launch the Battista, including Test and Development Driver Nick Heidfeld, Chief Technical Officer Christian Jung and Senior Technical Advisor Peter Tutzer.

The Battista reveal was accompanied by Automobili Pininfarina’s closest collaborators, Pininfarina SpA, Mahindra Racing, Rimac Automobili and Pirelli SpA.

  • Pininfarina SpA has designed the Battista and will hand-build the luxury hyper GT in Italy at its famous Cambiano headquarters, with the first Battista arriving during the Carrozzeria’s 90th anniversary.
  • Mahindra Racing currently leads the Formula E Team and Drivers’ Championships and has contributed vital engineering expertise in electric performance generated over five years in Formula E.
  • Rimac Automobili will adapt its world-beating battery technology to the demands and desires of the connoisseurs and collectors who will take ownership of the Battista.
  • Pirelli SpA is developing a tyre programme to ensure the Battista’s full power can be appreciated as much as its Pininfarina design, with the Battista show cars featuring bespoke Pirelli 21-inch tyres on dramatic new unique rims.

In hosting the powertrain of the future in an elegant yet functionally efficient carbon fibre body and chassis featuring double wishbone coil over suspension, the Battista will shatter traditional performance targets set by machinery powered by any internal combustion engine. Yet it will do this with a focus on luxury and drivability that offers a targeted 450-kilometre range and a level of comfort and connectivity that will tempt owners to take to the roads more than the track.

In redefining electric vehicle dynamics in a Pininfarina-badged car, the Battista has the distinct potential to become an instant collector’s item, particularly as no more than 150 will ever be built, all delivered to their owners through a global network of the world’s most respected luxury and performance car retailers.

For more information visit www.automobili-pininfarina.com

About Automobil Pininfarnia

Automobili Pininfarina is based in operational headquarters in Munich, Germany, with a team of experienced automotive executives from luxury and premium car brands. Designed, developed and produced in Germany and Italy, all models will be sold and serviced in all major global markets under the brand name Pininfarina. The new company aims to be the most sustainable luxury car brand in the world.

The company is a 100 per cent Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd investment and has been named Automobili Pininfarina following the signing of a trademark licence agreement between Pininfarina SpA and Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Pininfarina SpA will take an influential role in supporting design and production capacities based on their unique almost 90-year experience of producing many of the world’s most iconic cars.

Anand Mahindra, Chairman, Mahindra & Mahindra, Paolo Pininfarina, Chairman of Pininfarina SpA, and Dr. Pawan Goenka, Chairman, Mahindra Racing, launched the new car brand with Michael Perschke, CEO, Automobili Pininfarina at the Rome Formula E race on 13th April 2018. Mahindra has quickly built up experience of cutting-edge ‘race-to-road’ sustainable high-performance technological innovation having competed in every Formula E race since the world’s most innovative motor racing series began in 2013.

Automobili Pininfarina will combine this ‘in-house’ expertise in partnership with some of the world’s leading automotive design and engineering suppliers to support its aggressive targets for performance and market launch in late 2020.

 

All-new Hispano Suiza Carmen

All-new Hispano Suiza Carmen at the Geneva Motor Show

The Carmen is inspired by the unique style and elegance of Carmen Mateu (1936-2018), granddaughter of the company’s founder, and mother of the President. The ‘Carmen’ script featured on the car is a direct representation of her signature.

Carmen was inspired on one and iconic designs in the 1930’s Hispano Suiza called Dubonnet Xenia. André Dubonnet launches a new improved version of the Xenia in 1938, more powerful and with a more aerodynamic bodywork. Sliding doors, enveloping windscreen, futuristic lines. The Carmen will be a modern representation of how the brand would’ve evolved through time.

The Carm boasts exceptional aerodynamic properties of boost performance and handling, the carbon fibre monocoque and body panels keep weight under 1,690 kg, it’s custom-made electric powertrain employs two motors to deliver 750kW (1019 PS) to rear wheels. The torque vectoring adapts rear wheel torque according to the driver inputs and levels of grip available. The double wishbone suspension and adaptive damping control deliver engaging handling

The Carmen combines hypercar-rivalling performance with exquisite luxury, painstaking craftsmanship and meticulous attention to technical and engineering details. The level of luxury, comfort and character that Hispano Suiza had in the 20th century, and combine it with the powerful, safety and technological parts and materials of the modern days. All of that without losing what Hispano Suiza really is.

Built with motorsport-sourced engineering expertise, the Carmen boasts hypercar-rivalling performance from a technologically-superior chassis and advanced powertrain.

The all-new fully-electric Carmen has been created from the ground-up to deliver an exceptional and luxurious driving experience. The hyperlux grand tourer features motorsport-derived technologies to achieve superb handling, a 0 – 100 km/h time of under three seconds, and an electronically-limited top speed of 250 km/h.

Petersen Automotive Museum

Everyone else uses transporters, but not Petersen founding chairman Bruce Meyer. Watch as Bruce and friends take to the streets of Beverly Hills to personally deliver some of his winningest cars to the Petersen Automotive Museum ahead of the opening of “Winning Numbers: The First, The Fastest, The Famous.”

On Saturday, February 23, 2019, the Petersen Automotive Museum opened its newest exhibit featuring 10 groundbreaking race cars, each with a unique story of triumph and victory. Titled “Winning Numbers: The First, The Fastest, The Famous,” the exhibit is comprised of Le Mans winners, land speed record setters, dragsters and road racers from the personal garage of Petersen Founding Chairman Bruce Meyer.

Key vehicles on display include the winningest Ferrari road racer of all time, the 1957 Ferrari 625/250 Testa Rossa, which claimed first prize in more than half of the 50 competitions in which it was raced; the first production 1962 Shelby Cobra, CSX2001; the 1962 Greer Black Prudhomme, which was raced by drag racing legend Don Prudhomme who won 237 of the 241 races in which he piloted the car; the renowned 1952 So-Cal Speed Shop Belly Tank Racer, which was fashioned from a P-38 Lightning fighter belly tank from World War II by hot rod racing icon Alex Xydias; the 1979 Kremer Porsche 935 K3 that took first place overall at Le Mans; and the 1929 Ford “747” Bonneville Racer that Meyer ran 204 mph at Bonneville Salt Flats.

“Affectionately called ‘the car guy’s car guy,’ Bruce Meyer epitomizes true automotive passion,” said Petersen Automotive Museum Executive Director Terry L. Karges. “The charisma with which Bruce shares his passion is what sets him apart. ‘Winning Numbers’ reflects his discerning tastes as a collector and motorsports enthusiast, and we’re proud to share his fervor for the hobby with the community.”

The exhibit’s public opening was preceded by an evening reception and media preview on February 22, 2019. Guests of the exclusive event were treated to passed appetizers by the Petersen’s exclusive catering partner Drago, a full cocktail bar and a Fireside Chat discussion between Meyer and Karges.

“Winning Numbers” will run through January 19, 2020. For more information about the Petersen Automotive Museum exhibits, visit www.Petersen.org.

 

ABOUT THE PETERSEN

The Petersen Automotive Museum Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity. The Museum is located at 6060 Wilshire Boulevard (at Fairfax) in Los Angeles, California, 90036. Admission prices are $16 for general admission adults, $14 for seniors, $11 for children ages 4 to 17. Active military with ID, personal care attendants and children under four are admitted free. Museum hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For general information, call 323-930-CARS or visit www.Petersen.org.

Motor Show Press Conference

RUF Geneva International Motor Show Press Conference

WHAT: RUF Automobile GmBH will unveil the first production example of the RUF CTR Anniversary as well as a new model, the RUF GT, at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show during a press conference.

WHEN: 4:00 pm CET on March 5, 2019

WHERE: Hall 5 at Stand 5030 of Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland

TECHRULES × TREV TECHNOLOGY

REVOLUTIONARY ELECTRIC VEHICLE TURBINE RECHARGING TECHNOLOGY NEARS PRODUCTION READINESS 

  • Chinese automotive R&D company, Techrules, will soon be ready to begin production of its innovative Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) technology
  • New strategy set to launch technology in fixed and mobile charging stations as well as to commercial vehicle and passenger car OEMs
  • Smaller 15 kW turbine expands potential applications to include passenger cars, allowing for faster commercialisation
  • Discussions are at an advanced stage regarding location for the world’s largest micro-turbine production plant 

The Chinese automotive R&D company, Techrules, is approaching production readiness for its ground-breaking Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) system which was showcased in the Ren supercar at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. 

The TREV system is an all-new patent-protected series hybrid powertrain technology comprising a turbine-generator. TREV combines extensive experience of aviation and electric vehicle technologies with several patented technical innovations, delivering unprecedented levels of efficiency and performance, and ultra-low environmental impact especially with the use of renewable fuels.

Over the past year Techrules has made significant investments to grow its technical capabilities. World renowned electric vehicle expert Prof. Dr. Ching Chuen Chan is overseeing a newly-established Techrules R&D centre in Beijing. Prof. Dr. Chan is, amongst others, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, a member of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and a Founding Chairman of the World Electric Vehicle Association. Under his guidance a smaller 15 kW turbine is now nearing its production readiness, making it suitable for commercial and industrial applications. 

William Jin, CEO of Techrules, said: “Since we showcased the Ren supercar with a twin 80 kW turbine set-up at the 2017 and 2018 Geneva Motor Shows, we received a tremendous amount of interest from OEMs around the world looking to benefit from its exceptional range-extending capabilities for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. So, we decided to adjust our strategy and develop a smaller and cheaper 15 kW version which is more suitable for commercial and passenger vehicles. This is allowing us to commercialise the TREV system much faster: we will be ready for mass production by the end of 2019.”

Techrules will use the TREV system in fixed and mobile charging stations as well as providing it to OEMs for use in commercial vehicles and passenger cars. 

In addition, Techrules is currently looking for a suitable international partner to help finalise the development and production of its Ren supercar, with a longer term aim to use its TREV system for its own passenger cars.

The inventor of the new micro-turbine technology, Chief Technology Officer of Techrules, Matthew Jin, explains: “The development of the Ren supercar is giving us extensive real-world experience that only cements our belief that large scale adoption of micro-turbines in electric vehicles will herald a new age for electric mobility. 

”Because the core technology of our turbine includes a brand new hybrid air bearing system, we have a previously unavailable route to mass-production of micro-turbines at a reasonable cost. And it can run on renewable fuels such as ethanol and biogas, which would smoothen the transition from the age of fossil fuels to the age of electricity. Because of its superior efficiency, fewer batteries are needed for electric vehicles, saving significant weight and cost, while also reducing emissions and, ultimately, urban pollution.”

Whether applied as a standalone charging system, or as a range extender in an electric vehicle, the micro-turbine can recharge batteries anywhere and at any time. It completely eliminates the problems of range anxiety and the inconvenience of lengthy charging times or poor charge point availability. Since it can use the existing infrastructure it avoids the challenges posed by the construction, cost and capacity of charging networks.

William Jin concludes: “We are in advanced discussions with a number of potential new partners to form strategic alliances. These will allow us to bring our technology, including the Ren supercar, to markets around the world, and to develop new products and commercial applications for our advanced TREV system. But our key priority now is to conclude the negotiations with local municipalities with the help of Professor Dr. Chan, in order to start building the largest micro-turbine facility in the world.”

New Ruf Models at Geneva Auto Show

RUF TO UNVEIL FIRST PRODUCTION CTR ANNIVERSARY AND ALL-NEW RUF GT AT THE 89TH GENEVA AUTO SHOW

RUF Automobile will unveil the first production example of the RUF CTR Anniversary as well as the RUF GT next month in Geneva, Switzerland, kicking off the manufacturer’s 80th anniversary.

RUF Automobile GmbH, manufacturer and creator of bespoke sports cars that combine performance and suitability for everyday use, will unveil two cars at the 89th Geneva Auto Show on March 5 in Hall 5 at Stand 5030 of the Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland. The first production example of the RUF CTR Anniversary, known in prototype form as the RUF CTR 2017, will be unveiled alongside the all-new RUF GT. The pair will act as anchors in the RUF booth alongside several other RUF models from throughout the companies 80-year history, including the eRuf which was presented at the Geneva motor show in 2009.

The first production example of the RUF CTR Anniversary will be delivered to its owner during the Geneva Auto Show. The model was first announced at the 2017 Geneva Auto Show on the 30th anniversary of the original CTR and produces 710 PS (700 BHP) from its twin-turbo 3.6L, flat-six engine. Weighing in at just 1,200 kilograms (2,640 pounds), the 2019 RUF CTR Anniversary has a top speed of 360 km/h (223 mph).

The all-new RUF GT is a Porsche 991-based model acting as an extension of the previous generation of the Porsche 911. The RUF GT features a 3.0 liter flat-six engine producing 522 PS (515 BHP), 645 Nm (476 ft-lbs) of torque and has a total weight of 1,450 kilograms (3,197 pounds). The launch-control equipped 7-speed double clutch gearbox helps the car accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.4 seconds. The duck tail generates high downforce and keeps the RUF GT stable at its top speed of 320 kph (199 mph).

“Each year we hope to push the technological envelope further, creating a more enjoyable, more usable and better performing sports car,” said Estonia Ruf, marketing director of RUF Automobile GmbH. “The two cars being unveiled in Geneva are the pinnacle of their respective niche in the car world. They are the best options when it comes to pure driving pleasure. That was the goal from the start.”

This year marks the 80th anniversary for RUF Automobile, originally founded by Alois Ruf Sr. in 1939. The company will be celebrating its anniversary throughout 2019 both in Pfaffenhausen and at events around the globe. Use the hashtag #80YearsOfRUF to join in celebrating on social media.

The exact time for the press conference will be announced soon.For more information on RUF automobiles, visit the RUF website.

ABOUT RUF AUTOMOBILE GMBH

In 1939, Alois Ruf Sr. first formed his company, AUTO RUF, as a general service garage. The company grew and in 1949 he added a gas station to the company complex. By 1955, Ruf Sr. recognized a need in Germany for a full-size tourist bus and challenged himself to build his own to run this as a separate business. In 1963, the company began specializing in Porsche vehicles, a direction that Alois Ruf Jr.  vowed to continue when he assumed directorship of the company in 1974. In the following year, the first RUF-enhanced Porsche model made its debut. Now it is still family run by Alois and Estonia Ruf.

Dodge Durango SRT 392

The Dodge Durango SRT is a performance powerhouse. 

Cut from the cloth of our most powerful SRT vehicles, the Durango SRT is America’s fastest, most powerful and most capable three-row SUV with the ability to go from 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds.

PEAK PERFORMANCE

The Dodge Durango SRT is pure muscle. It has a best-in-class towing capacity of 8,700 lbs. Powered by a monstrous 6.4L HEMI V8 engine, it’s more than capable on the track.

POWER TO ADAPT

No matter what lies ahead, the Dodge Durango SRT is ready with seven SRT drive modes. There’s one to handle any adventure.

REFINED MUSCLE

The Dodge Durango SRT rocks a powerful body and aggressive styling. And fitted with a signature SRT hood and cold air intake, it has the goods to back up its looks.

Click here for more details.

 

D90

This D90 has been fully restored and is preparing to join the ranks of Arkonik Defenders across the USA and Canada. CADET is looking sharp in its Grigio Cenere Grey and Java Back livery finished with black Boost alloys polished to a high shine. It is now ready and waiting to begin its post in New York, making a statement with bold Caldera Blue upholstery and red interior lighting.

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1) Exterior: Grigio Cenere body with Java Black roof | Zambezi Silver chequer plate | Original style hood with Defender badge | A-bar with LED spotlights | WARN® Zeon 12-S winch | Gloss Black Boost 16″ alloys | BFGoodrich® T/A KO2 tyres | Raptor-coated steering & front differential guard | Rear Land Rover Solihull Heritage badge | Ebony Fire & Ice side steps | Rear LED work lamp | NAS rear step (2″ receiver type)

2) Interior: Supersoft Caldera Blue Ruskin Inside™ trim | Modular heated front seats with central lock box | 1 Lock & fold and 2 tip-up seats in load area | Matching leather door cards with black anodised door furniture | Black suede headlining | Evander 15″ wood-rimmed steering wheel | Red LED lighting package | Pioneer® premium sound system | Sunroof | Air conditioning

TRIBUTE DEFENDER 110

New TRIBUTE Defender 110: Making a Splash

This newly restored station wagon is a pure and sincere TRIBUTE to the Land Rover marque. The clean silhouette and Willow Green bodywork make this D110 instantly recognisable as an iconic Defender. The renowned, practical interior has been redefined with luxurious accents, including sumptuous chocolate brown leather upholstery, brushed alloy door furniture and a wood-rimmed steering wheel.

 

1) Exterior: Willow Green body Twin-Cat LED headlights with metal light guards Java Black KBX® Signature grille Java Black KAHN® Defend 194816″ alloys BFGoodrich® AT KO2 tyres WARN® Zeon 12-S winch Ebony Fire & Ice side steps Raptor-coated steering & front differential guardRear LED work lamp | NAS rear step 

 

2) Interior: Ruskin Inside™ Chocolate Brown and Vintage Thatch leather trim Modular heated front seats 2 Premium high back centre row seats Lock boxes in front & centre rows Matching leather door cards 4 Tip-up seats in load area Black suede headlining Evander 15″ wood-rimmed steering wheel Brushed alloy gear knobs & door furniture Ice white LED lighting package Alpine® sound system with Bluetooth & 4 speakers Sunroof Air conditioning