A new tyre pressure monitoring system, a revised Bluetooth microphone system and the addition of a new Double Apex alloy finish trim and The ADS system is offered as standard equipment across the Aston Martin DB9 range, encompassing both Coupe and Volante (convertible). Under the skin the Aston Martin DB9's passive damping system has been replaced by a new Adaptive Damping System (ADS), which offers enhanced ride comfort together with sharper handling when switched to Sport mode. New headlight bezels, re styled sills, silver brake calipers, 20 spoke diamond turned alloy wheels and clear rear light lenses complete the external revisions.

Subtle styling changes freshen the Aston Martin DB9's appearance, with a new front bumper, bright finish radiator grille and a re-shaped lower intake featuring bright hexagonal mesh. This car combines our unique Aston Martin character with an uncompromised design philosophy, craftsmanship and trademark Aston Martin performance ability. This new package of improvements compliments these core qualities perfectly. For Dr Ulrich Bez, Aston Martin's Chief Executive, the Aston Martin DB9 remains a very special car. The DB9 is the quintessential sporting grand tourer and offers an unrivalled combination of driver involvement, character, luxury and refinement. As the most successful Aston Martin of all time (an honour it shares with the V8 Vantage) the DB9 has established itself as the definitive grand tourer, thanks to an enduring combination of understated elegance, sporting character and genuine luxury. In the most significant programme of upgrades since its world debut in 2003, Aston Martin DB9 range has received a complete package of styling, engineering and equipment enhancements.

Aston Martin DBS races Nurburing 2011

Leftlane’s spies managed to capture extensive footage of this blisteringly quick coupe as it hot lapped the Nurburing test track, looking to expose any weaknesses potentially hiding behind the aluminum, magnesium alloy and carbon fiber composite body. With a freshened DBS due to be revealed for the 2011 model year, the British automaker is hard at work perfecting the next-generation DBS.

The Aston Martin DBS is a pure driving machine with the current model being fueled by a massive 6.0 liter V12 engine, cranking out 510 horsepower and 420 lb ft of torque.

Aston Martin DBS 2011

We'll keep you informed as soon as new info surfaces. The details of the 2011 Aston Martin DBS facelift are scarce at the moment. The new version 2011 Aston Martin DBS facelift also seems to have a new line of fenders.

The 2011 Aston Martin DBS facelift also has thinner headlamps, a fresh new hood and LED daytime running lights. Some of the changes that can be seen in the spy photos include a new front splitter, new intakes and a re-designed bumper. The 2011 Aston Martin DBS facelift is powered by the 6.0 litre V12 engine that develops 510 hp. Although most sources believe the car caught testing and covered with camouflage tape is the 2011 Aston Martin DBS facelift, some believe it's just a new personalization line offered by the brand. The 2011 Aston Martin DBS facelift was spotted during testing on the Nurburgring race track in Germany and seems to be pretty close to production.

The 2011 Aston Martin DBS facelift has been spied recently and the first details of the refreshed model have surfaced the web.

Jaguar XF Black Pack 2011

For an even more dramatic effect, the Black Pack. Since the Black Pack and Speed Pack were launched on the XKR sports car at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, almost half of XKR coupe buyers have selected one or both options double our original estimate and we expect the Black Pack will generate just as much excitement amongst XF customers. To provide added exclusivity and to maximise the visual impact, Jaguar XF Black Pack vehicles can only be specified with a special colour palette chosen by Jaguar designers, including Polaris White, Spectrum Blue, Ultimate Black, Stratus Grey, Lunar Grey and Liquid Silver, plus Kyanite Blue and Salsa Red which are colours unique to the XFR. The Black Pack gives the XF a highly distinctive, very modern and a slightly edgy appearance, said Geoff Cousins, Managing Director, Jaguar UK. Featuring menacing dark grey 20 inch Draco alloy wheels with diamond turned rims, a gloss black grille and gloss black window surrounds, the Jaguar XF Black Pack is available on XF Diesel S, the 5-litre naturally aspirated petrol and XFR models, with prices starting at £950. The exclusive new Jaguar XF Black Pack brings an added sense of power and purpose to the sought-after XF range, and follows closely in the wheel tracks of a similar option on the XK sports car which has aroused huge interest since its launch earlier in 2010.

The highly successful Jaguar XF sports saloon is now available with a dramatic new appearance pack for customers who want their Jaguar to make an even stronger visual impact.

Jaguar C-XF Concept 2011

The new XK delivered on that promise and the C-XF proves that these same values and more are coming in Jaguar saloon cars. We promised that new Jaguars would be beautiful, fast, glamorous and evocative. When we launched the new XK sports car series, we talked about a product led transformation of the company. The C-XF and the future generations of sports saloons it signals reaffirms the direction Jaguar is taking, says Bibiana Boerio, Managing Director of Jaguar Cars.

As a striking interpretation of the design values that are the bedrock of every great Jaguar, the C-XF is wholly contemporary yet succeeds in paying homage to its renowned predecessors. Designed by the same teams that produced the award winning Jaguar XK sports GT range in 2005 headed by Jaguar Director of Design Ian Callum and Head of Advanced Design Julian Thomson the C-XF concept is a precursor to cars that will become recognised for their ground-breaking exterior looks and innovative interiors.
A stunning, four door sports saloon which blends design purity with unmistakable dynamism, the C-XF is a clear indication of the design direction that the next generations of Jaguar saloons will take. That's what the C-XF does and that's what the next generation of Jaguars will do. Ian Callum, Director of Design, Jaguar Cars The C-XF concept car signals the onset of a new era for Jaguar. They evoke instant desire. They make people stop and pay attention. Great Jaguars turn heads in the street.

Buick Regal GS 2011

The HiPerStrut suspension system promises a firm but compliant ride while allowing the driver to attack the twisties with glee, and the adaptive chassis system lets the driver tune the car's responses to suit his or her mood. Either way, performance is sub six seconds 0-60 mph, and big 14 inch Brembos on the concept ensure fade free and face sucking braking. as an up rated version of the 2011 Buick Regal, the GS offers a six speed manual transmission and available all wheel drive, though if it's like the regular Regal, those last two features won't be offered together, the all wheel drive version being stuck with an automatic. Expected to soon be on sale in the U.S.

A close preview of the upcoming production car, the 2011 Buick Regal GS Concept is a 2.0 liter, turbocharged 255 horsepower sports sedan. The Buick Regal GS Concept is a case in point. Although GM must still feel the sting of rival Ford's dominance in the 2010 North American Car and Truck of the Year awards today, it's not without its own bag of tricks.