Tesla Model X

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Tesla Model X at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. We have applied window tint over 2 front windows SunTek CXP 25% for the best heat rejection, clarity and closer match to rear windows. Call us for the best quality service! (954) 840-7883. We are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs Fl 33076.

Tesla Model X:

The base Tesla Model X comes equipped with a battery large enough to cover a claimed 270-mile driving range but Tesla allows buyers to expand its range by opting for the Extended Range package which boosts it to 295. A high-performance variant is also offered which comes with a 289-mile range and a claimed zero-to-60-mph time of 3.5 seconds. Not quick enough for you? For $20,000 more, Tesla will unlock the Model X’s Ludicrous Mode which lowers the acceleration time to an incredible 2.8 seconds. Handling is respectable but the Model X’s party piece is really the strong acceleration generated by its electric motors. Recharging is quick via one of Tesla’s Superchargers, which are located across the country. Charging at home via a 240V or 120V connection will be slower, but may be more convenient for owners, so Tesla offers in-home charging 

A stark and nearly buttonless interior design is classic Tesla. A huge touchscreen infotainment system dominates the dashboard and faux leather wraps everything from the seats to the door panels. The Model X’s unique windshield/glass roof runs seamlessly from the base of the hood up over the front-seat passengers for a nearly uninterrupted view of what’s ahead and what’s above. Despite these whiz-bang features, the Model X’s cabin leaves us wanting, especially considering its price can easily break the six-figure barrier, with non-descript air vents, misaligned panels, and flat-backed seats that don’t offer enough adjustments. 
Most buyers are looking more for tech features than luxury, though, and the Model X can be optioned with the feature that is possibly the most buzzworthy: Autopilot.

Audi RS 3 Window Tint at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs
Audi RS 3 Window Tint at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs



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Audi RS 3:

The RS3’s mechanicals and MQB platform are largely shared with the $65,875 Audi TT RS, including the thrilling, 400-hp turbocharged 2.5-liter five-cylinder. The kicker for shelling out roughly $11K more than for a 292-hp four-cylinder S3, the five is revised and now features an aluminum block (versus the previous version’s cast-iron piece) and both port and direct fuel injection. The upshot is that the engine is more powerful and 57 pounds lighter than before, removing critical weight from the car’s nose for a front-to-rear weight bias of 57.7/42.3 percent. Put your foot down and there’s a brief pause before the transversely oriented engine’s honking turbocharger spools up a maximum of 19.8 psi of boost, helping to deliver 354 lb-ft of torque at just 1700 rpm. The five-pot then yowls excitedly to its 7000-rpm fuel cutoff to churn out its full complement of 400 horsepower.

The standard seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission fortifies the RS3’s flexibility on the road, being both effortlessly smooth when cruising and happy to sharply rifle through the gears to keep the engine on boil when the car is driven aggressively. And its highly effective launch-control system makes the wee Audi a stoplight-racing champ: Simply toggle the transmission and the stability-control system to their Sport modes, floor both pedals until the engine is holding at about 3500 rpm, and release the brake to catapult off the line as quickly as some Porsche 911s. Audi doesn’t quote specific front-to-rear torque splits for the Quattro all-wheel-drive system, but the quickness with which it shuttles power fore and aft makes the RS3 eminently controllable at its handling limit.

Despite a 277-pound weight penalty, this sedan sacrifices almost nothing to the TT RS coupe in terms of raw performance: The RS3 is but 0.1 second slower to 60 mph (a blistering 3.5 seconds) and covers the quarter-mile with similarly disorienting verve (11.9 at 117 mph). The numbers also make it 0.3 and 0.4 second quicker (and 4 mph faster) than its primary rival—the Mercedes-AMG CLA45 sedan—and place it well ahead of a BMW M2.

Karma Revero Window Tint at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs
Karma Revero Window Tint at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

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Karma Revero:

First off, don’t call it a Fisker. That company’s assets were bought by a Chinese company, and the new company is called Karma Automotive. The car Karma Automotive now builds is the Revero.

There are already 10 luxury car makers that offer gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles; six offer versions that can be plugged in to help charge their batteries, such as the 2018 Karma Revero. But besides the stunning design, ultra-luxe boutique price tag, and ownership experience, what makes the Revero different? For one thing, it’s one of only two series-hybrid vehicles available that are effectively electric vehicles that also have range-extending internal combustion engines. By contrast, all other hybrid vehicles in the U.S. market, regardless of whether they can be plugged in to charge, are parallel hybrids.

Under the Revero’s impossibly long, low hood lies a GM-sourced 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine (a repurposed Pontiac Solstice GXP unit) that produces a maximum 235 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. The exhaust pipes dump out just behind the front wheels. The Revero’s battery pack runs down the centerline of the car in what would appear to be the car’s prop-shaft tunnel. The batteries’ capacity is 21.4 kilowatt-hours, of which 18.9 kW-hrs are usable. 

Charging the lithium-ion batteries through the car’s onboard 6.6-kW charger at Level 1 (120 volts at 16 amps, like a typical household outlet) will take 10 hours. At Level 2 (240 volts at 32 amps), that time drops to 3 hours, 45 minutes. Using Level 3 (480 volts at 110 amps) and an off-board 40-kW DC/DC quick charging station similar to a Tesla Supercharger, reaching 80 percent of the battery’s capacity takes just 24 minutes. The Revero’s solar roof contributes an almost infinitesimal 0.2 kW to the car. With 9.5 gallons of gasoline and a fully charged battery, the EPA says the Revero will first travel 32 miles as an EV then an additional 188 on the gasoline generator for a total range of 220 miles. Karma reports slightly better EV and combined ranges during its own testing.

Ford Mustang GT

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Ford Mustang GT at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs.

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Ford Mustang GT:

Now as ever, the Mustang provides terrific bang-for-your-buck performance and plenty of style. We prefer the V-8 Mustang GT and standard six-speed manual. The Premium model includes an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a leather-trimmed interior, heated and cooled front seats, and an upgraded audio system. We’d check that box and also opt for the GT Performance package, which includes Brembo brakes, 19-inch wheels wrapped in summer rubber, Torsen limited-slip differential, and unique chassis tuning. We’d add the active exhaust system for its sensational sounds and delete the awkward rear wing that’s included with the GT Performance package.

This latest Mustang generation brought with it a much-needed independent rear suspension, which replaced the archaic solid rear axle. The switch-up improves its handling and takes its ride quality into the 21st century. Even with the less powerful engines, the Mustang’s modernized chassis delivers a comfortable and controlled driving experience. For added sportiness, there is an optional Performance package for EcoBoost and GT models. The electrically assisted steering on our test car featured selectable modes (Normal, Sport, and Comfort). It’s appropriately light in Comfort mode and nicely weighted in the other two. The Mustang’s brake pedal had a firm feel that was touchy in stop-and-go traffic; it’s easier to apply smoothly at higher speeds.

The Mustang and its competitors even have (gasp!) fuel-efficient four-cylinder engines. While the Ford V-8 has competitive EPA estimates and real-world fuel economy, the Mustang’s four-cylinder woefully underperformed in our highway test. In our testing, the four-cylinder with the six-speed manual returned 24 mpg, a whopping 7 mpg fewer than its EPA rating. The V-8 with the 10-speed automatic saw 24 mpg in our hands, just 1 mpg off of its EPA number.

Volkswagen GTI 2019


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Volkswagen GTI at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

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Volkswagen GTI:

The GTI is a practical car with real performance credibility at a price that would make plenty of dynamically inferior cars blush. 
This year, that means another minor horsepower bump for every version along with a now standard limited-slip differential and stronger brakes. We’ve been smitten with the GTI for years, and with Volkswagen’s commitment to the continued refinement of this little hot hatch, we expect the bloom to stay on this rose for the foreseeable future. 
The GTI is one of our favorite cars to drive—we’d happily pilot one every day. It is nimble and responsive and feels flat around corners despite its tall frame. Most important, the GTI is well coordinated and predictable, responding just as you’d want to your steering and throttle inputs. All of that grip and handling prowess would be useless if paired with numb steering. Thankfully, Volkswagen has not surrendered us to that fate. The GTI reacts to steering inputs so quickly and accurately that you’ll think the car is a sentient being. Its brakes are firm and progressive on the road and strong on the track. 

Volkswagen interiors are simple and well-crafted as a rule, and the GTI’s is no exception. Although its main focus is driving, shoppers can still outfit their hot hatch with a few luxury features. Notable options include dual-zone automatic climate control and 12-way adjustable leather power seats, but the GTI is plenty comfortable in base guise. Four people can travel in reasonable comfort in any of them, but don’t expect vast amounts of spread-out room in the rear seats.

Every model in the GTI lineup is graced with a touchscreen that is simple to use but in our testing, it responded slowly to user inputs. The system uses a mix of touch and voice commands as well as several menu-based buttons and is about as easy to operate as the average smartphone. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, too, and make for simple device integration.