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DETROIT – Cadillac today announced the 2011 CTS-V Coupe, which debuts at the ... A pair of six-speed transmissions is offered in the CTS-V Coupe: a Tremec TR6060 six ...The CTS-V Coupe’s rear track is nearly an inch wider than the CTS-V Sport Sedan, adding to the car’s aggressive stance and enabling an extra measure of handling capability. The current CTS-V Sport Sedan has quickly established itself among the world’s highest performing luxury sedans, becoming the first production four-door on
2011 Volvo S60 Official images have been released of the all-new 2011 Volvo S60, and they reveal that it will stay true to the concept version first seen at last January’s Detroit auto show. The S60 occupies the middle ground in Volvo’s sedan lineup, and this next version will evolve further in design than did the current S80, which looks almost identical to its predecessor. The new S60 will get a sculpted front end with aggressively shaped blackout areas on the lower fascia and a larger grille than the one on the previous car, which was handsome but had become quite dated. Feline headlamps take the place of square ones. The look is very similar to that of the attractive—and fine-driving—XC60 crossover.The car’s shoulders are defined by a curvy, flowing line that carries over from the concept; it replaces the simple arc of the previous car and brings modernity to the overall look. Expect the design cue to migrate across the entire lineup. The harshly defined trunk of the last S60 is gone, and a slimmer C-pillar leads into a softer rear end.
This new model range does have a wealth of new features, some new to Volvo aficionados, some completely new to Volvos. But let us take a look at this new machine. To look at you see an elegant, sports coupé with four doors, a finely sculptured outline, called by the designers the ‘racetrack design’, because the car’s body lines incorporate a figure of eight race track. Striking light clusters using light emitting diodes (LED) have also been installed, back and front, to further the distinctive appearance, whether you encounter it coming towards you or find it passing.
Your transmission’s vital parts get clogged with sludge and varnish deposits because, just like engine oil in your engine, automatic transmission fluid suffers from heat, friction and electrochemical degradation. In fact, nearly nine out of ten transmissions failures are due to overheating and fluid contamination. However, unlike oil, which can be completely drained from your car’s engine, most transmission fluid cannot be completely drained. Instead it stays in the torque converter, valve body and transmission lines, making a complete fluid drain impossible. Typical transmission service removes only 25% of the contaminated transmission fluid. Adding new fluid to the remaining contaminated fluid can actually cause sludge and varnish deposit’s to clog filters and further restrict fluid flow