So we are hearing a lot about Laferraris, Lamborghini Venenos and the list goes on. The thing is, let‚Äôs face it, we simply can‚Äôt afford them and personally I really don‚Äôt see a sense in fantasizing about cars that we actually cannot put to any use. It would be really entertaining to watch them roll the wheels but in the average man context
We've seen a ton of photos of the P1, ever since it was shown as a concept last year. But video walkaround footage of the actual production car was non existent until Marchettino from Italy and Shmee150 from the UK shot the car in Geneva.
Mercedes pense au Mans et à Indianapolis Nextgen-Auto.com Toto Wolff affirme dans les colonnes de la publication italienne Autosprint que l'objectif de Mercedes cette année est de terminer le championnat de F1 dans le top 4.
BMW Concept X4 barely qualifies as a concept car at all. Although the company says that it "offers a preview of the future of the BMW X family", that future is just round the corner, since a production version is scheduled to go into production next year.
Mini Coopers can snarl. Rent the movie "The Italian Job" and watch the little car leave 'cute' behind in the sewers of Los Angeles. Original was released 1969 and in year 2003 you could see remake. If you love cars and haven't seen these two, I would strongly recommend them.
The new Buick Riviera concept vehicle is revealed in the Shanghai Motor Show by the manufacturer General Motors. The coupe combines avant-garde aesthetics and advanced technology, including plug-in hybrid electric vehicle propulsion, in a single package. It is the fourth global concept vehicle jointly developed by GM’s Shanghai GM and Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC) joint ventures in Shanghai.
Dubai's police force in that rich nation(where petrol is cheaper than drinking water) has unveiled its latest patrol car -Just days after unveiling their uber-cool and modified Dodge Chargers and Chevrolet Camaros . A new modified Lamborghini Aventador that can reach 217 mph and speeds up from 0-60 in three seconds.
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