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GTS Everything

If the Porsche Boxster GTS and Cayman GTS has you all hot in your pants, then you'll love this. Porsche has unveiled four new GTS models, and this time the go-faster bits has been given to their halo car, the Porsche 911. The 911s are getting the treatment are the 911 Carrera, 911 Cabriolet, 911 Carrera 4, and 911 4 Cabriolet. All will sport the wider bodywork of the Carrera 4.


TO S OR TO GTS? THAT IS THE QUESTION.

It’s always a good day when we test Stuttgart’s finest, and it gets even better when we have two of them to play with. A few months ago Porsche updated the entire Panamera range, and we had the new Panamera 4 to keep us company then. It was a little bit of a middle child to be honest, which is something that can’t be levelled at the new Panamera S or the Panamera GTS.


Powerful

The new Mercedes-AMG C 63 gets more tyre-shredding capabilities. Power only destroys those that can't handle it, or in the Mercedes-AMG C 63’s case, tyres.


For When You Have Everything Else

Bentley has unveiled its stunning new smartphone that is created in collaboration with Vertu, the first of many joint product releases from the two British luxury brands under the new 5-year partnership that was officially announced in July this year.


More, and Yet, Less

Samsung has clearly taken heed of the market feedback regarding its outgoing Galaxy Note model, because this new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is clearly better in every single way. Alongside its flagship phone+tablet, the Korean tech giant has also unveiled two very interesting wearables: the Gear S and Gear Circle.


AMG wheels? Yes, please.

Thinking that base C 200 Avantgarde just isn’t that avant-garde anymore and the C 250 Exclusive just well, doesn’t hold up to what it says? Fear not, worried citizen as Mercedes-Benz Malaysia has heard your first-world pleas – they’re finally bringing in the Mercedes C 250 AMG Line, and we all know that AMG wheels are final touches for a Merc to be wunderbar.