Mr .Arif Ahmed Sharif, who works in his father’s company, excels from other youngster. He accomplishes his works, does it promptly but also finds time to maintain his cars. He is a car-fanatic. He does not a have specific penchant to any particular cars. His love and interest depends on the performance and look of the car. Mr. Sharif, spends quality time in health club and aspires about owning a Lamborghini Aventador SV. His fleet of cars includes a Porsche Turbo s 2013. For years, the car has been a stuff of legends and still remains intact. The exterior styling is timelessly gorgeous and the deluxe interior makes it priceless on the road with a pleasure of swiftness and speed. He has made some alterations onto his car such as a KW Suspension, a 360 forge wheels and a BMC filter.
The most obvious changes to the Turbo and Turbo S are those brought by the switch to the so-called 991.2 version of the 911 platform. Visually, that means new headlights, new taillights, a new engine-lid grille, and some minor fascia differences front and rear. It looks, in other words, like a 911 Turbo. Inside, the car gets Porsche’s new infotainment touchscreen with online navigation, Apple CarPlay integration, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a smartphone app for remotely checking fuel level and odometer readings as well as remote locking and unlocking of the car. Porsche has reversed the orientation of the shifter for the seven-speed PDK so that now pushing the lever forward initiates a downshift and a rearward pull results in an upshift. Of course, you could just use the standard steering-wheel-mounted paddles or let the dual-clutch automatic shift on its own—something it does rather well.
The car in total is a technological extravaganza. With adaptive aerodynamics, four-wheel steering, torque vectoring, active four-wheel drive, adaptive dampers, launch control, twin-clutch automatic gearbox, the car gives you the right picture what you need.
The second car in his fleet is a Lexus GSF 2016, with minor alterations.
The GS F steps into the ring with some of the most achieved performance sedans on the market. The GS F is the fourth member of the brand’s performance-oriented “F” lineup and borrows from its mates to ratchet up its firepower and immense capability. Lexus F models are a response to the current models in the market.
The highlight of the GS F is its engine, a 5.0-liter V8 that develops 467 hp and 389 pound-feet of torque. It’s a high-revving power plant that was borrowed intact from the RC F. As in that car, the GS F is available exclusively with an eight-speed automatic gearbox with an element of manual control via paddle shifters mounted to the steering wheel.
Standard safety features for the 2016 Lexus GS F include antilock brakes, stability and traction control, front knee airbags, full-length side curtain airbags, front and rear side airbags and a rearview camera. The standard Enform Safety Connect system includes automatic collision notification, stolen-vehicle location and an emergency assist button.
There is plenty to like about the GS F. It is also beautifully built, really well equipped and reasonably comfortable. It does not lack the precision and accuracy.
The GMC Sierra 2014 with 3.5 lift kit suspension, 2.5 spacers and rough country backflip is the third car in the fleet.
The 2014 GMC Sierra gets a much stronger footing in its tug-of-war with its close competitors by pepping up the newest powertrains, latest infotainment features and drivability.
GM has already modified its entire lineup of engines in the Sierra, with a new V-6 and two new V-8 engines, all with an aluminum block and heads and receiving direct injection, continuously variable valve timing, and Active Fuel Management—allowing the car to run on just four cylinders when coasting or cruising in light-load conditions.
While the front control arms and rear leaf springs remain, the materials and tuning has been revised for lighter weight and improved ride and handling. Inside, the Sierra offers more refinement than before with higher quality materials, more storage space, and more available tech. The body and cab have also been designed to reduce wind noise and for more strength.
From a driving perspective car gives an accurate electrically assisted steering; a stiff, easily modulated brake pedal; and firm, well-controlled ride quality.