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sporty

1. (of a car) having the performance or appearance of a sports car
2. Brit informal a young person who typically wears sportswear, is competitive about sport , and takes an interest in his or her fitness
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Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), a Germany-based automaker, is planning to launch a sportier version of the Ameo in India.
Anyway, apart from sportier styling, the latest Jazz gets a new Dynamic grade (also a bit of a daft name) which will also feature a 130bhp petrol engine, which is the most powerful engine offered in the car to date.
From the outside, the newcomer is set apart by 18-inch two-tone alloy wheels, lowered suspension and sportier bumper.
Delivering all the versatility of the standard Sportage, it is designed to appeal to those seeking an even sportier appearance and driving experience.
Ayman Shehadeh, Toyota and Lexus marketing mkanager, said: "The popular ES 2016 sets new standards in luxury sedans, using the current Lexus L-Finesse styling language with a new redesigned front fascia, sportier bumpers and new combination of interior colours.
Still, the CLA has a more aggressive stance and sportier look, and is paired with a fun-to-maneuver 208-hp turbo-charged 2.
It also has a revised chassis and upgraded brakes to maximise driver thrills and its 9-speed ZF automatic transmission has been retuned to produce sportier performance.
The Continental GT V8 S is an exciting addition to the Bentley range and we are confident it will be a favourite among drivers in the region with its sportier stance and enhanced performance.
A lower center of gravity, emphasized by the front under spoiler, gives the turbo model a sportier look.
6-litre engine is both lean and mean and makes the sportier version of the Zafira exceptionally economical to run.
Designed to strike a chord with everyone who enjoys the thrill of a sportier drive, the new engines provide more power whilst consuming up to 19% less fuel.
Named the Ghibli, the car boasts a sportier styling than the larger Quattroporte, launched at the beginning of this year, and will be available with a pair of turbocharged 3.