Alfa Romeo 8C Vs. Maserati Grancabrio

At first glance, you might look at the specs of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe and decide that there are only two variants due to their being a turbocharged 4 cylinder engine option (210 horsepower) with a 300 horsepower 3.8 liter 6 cylinder being optional. But look a little bit more closely and you will see that there are a number of important choices you will have to make when optioning your Genesis Coupe to ensure it is the one you really want.

Now we have seat warmers, cup holders with cup warmers, (because we know that America needs it’s coffee super duper foam cream caramel latte’) Satellite radios, and G.P.S.. Let’s not forget the televisions and DVD players. (we need to keep the spoiled children happy.).

The high wheel arches and and tapering hood is inspired by both La Mans and Formula One cars which is an attribute the GranCabrio does not have; if anything, the GranCabrio looks more like an Aston Martin.

The best part is – that’s the price. Period. You won’t be bogged down with a list of options because there aren’t any. The RX8 doesn’t need any. It’s got everything you need and most of what you want for an unforgettable driving experience.

In 2009, Alfa Romeo released a limited edition of the Brera in association with Italia Independent, an Italian design company. Limited to 900 units and named after Alfa Romeo’s partner in the venture, the Italia Independent edition of the Brera was offered with opaque-finish “titanium” paintwork, 18″ “turbine” style alloy wheels and an aluminium fuel-filler cap.

The highlight on this car is Honda’s excellent 197 horsepower naturally aspirated K20Z3 engine, with similar output to many 2.0t versions on the market. The latest-generation Si also gets a Limited Slip Differentials to help overcome some of the limitations front wheel drive offers.

Anyone who looks at the exterior design of the 2010 Genesis Coupe has to admit that it has pure, drop-dead sex appeal. That is a given. But what is unexpected is that the interior is also such a home run. The seats are design wonders in themselves giving perfect levels of grip and comfort no matter if you are cruising city streets or taking hairpin curves at a race track.

All in all, the redesigned civic boasts again of a fine car for the masses where reliability remains a benchmark. Drawbacks? You’ll never get to know the guys at the Honda Service Department.