This post is about the girls who put the final touch to every auto show and stand long hours next to different cars. Below in the gallery is our pick of the best ones from this year’s Detroit Auto Show. This isn’t SEMA so don’t expect to see any bikini girls. Take a little break
Now that we are starting a new decade, it’s time to look back and see which supercars really made the last decade. 10. Saleen S7 Twin Turbo Top speed: 248 mph (399 km/h), 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) 2.8 seconds. Weight: 2750 lbs (1247 kg). Steve Saleen introduced the limited-production, hand-built S7 on August 19, 2000
This year’s Tokyo Motor Show was all about domestic automakers, with just Lotus and Alpina coming from Europe. U.S. automakers took a break and are getting ready for Los Angeles Auto Show. We have already brought you the best of show from matt black Lotus Exige to 560 hp Lexus LFA. It’s time for something
This post is a followup to our Top 10 supercars from the 1970s. 1980s saw a financial boom around the world, which was excellent for every supercar maker as the demand was usually higher than production numbers. Group B racing class had also a very big part on future supercars. To compete in that class
Bankrate.com has put together a list of top 10 most expensive-to-own new vehicles in the U.S. according to Edmunds. The list does not include exotics such as Bugatti, Koenigsegg, Aston Martin, Bentley.. etc, but does give you a good idea what it costs to own and drive other “less expensive” exotics.
This post is a followup to our Top 7 supercars from the 1960s. 70s was not easy for the auto industry: oil crisis, new car emissions standards and first road speed limitations(55 mph in US) were not helpful for the development of supercars. Thankfully there were people who did not stop and kept developing high
Competition called Design Driven – Maserati’s Search for the Finest Architectural Garages, was open for entrants in two categories: existing garage and concept garage. Winner in the existing garage category was Holger Schubert from Los Angeles. The garage was designed with two main objectives in mind: “to create a pure and restrained minimalist environment that
Supercar Sunday – A weekly gathering in Woodland Hills California, supercar Sunday is the perfect place to witness exotic cars. Last Sunday two Porsche Carerra GT’s, Ultima GTR, Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster and a handful of Ferrari’s made up the crowd.
Even though auto industry is in global crisis, there are still some amazing cars in production that most of us will never get to see in real life. If you have the money, these cars are still very hard to get as they are usually all sold out before the production starts.