Monday, January 30, 2006
Friday, January 27, 2006
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Ferrari World – Il sito ufficiale Ferrari
Wednesday, January 18, 2006
Introduced in 1993, McLaren F1 is, by far, the world's most expensive supercar and the fastest one as well.
Designed as a Formula 1 for 2 (or even 3) McLaren F1 feautures a 6.0lt. BMW engine that can reach 60mph (97km/h) in 3.1 seconds. The car incorporates many world firsts for a road car: a fully carbon fibre monocoque structure, fully active fan-assisted ground effect aerodynamics, a central driving position with two offset rear passenger seats.
The car's production has now stopped, after only some more than 100 F1s were built. So you have to try the used car market in order to get your hands on the world's fastest car...
Sunday, January 15, 2006
Do you feel that a Ferrari is too soft, too civilized for you? Then go for a Lamborghini Diablo. The historic Italian marque keeps producing a car as cars were meant to be until some years ago. The Diablo is an object of desire, a car that speaks to its owner's heart more than any other car on production today (remember that Ferrari F50 and McLaren F1 are not produced anymore).
You can't really understand the size of a Diablo until you actually see one on the road and you surely can't understand the feel of a Lamborghini Diablo until you actually drive it. It makes more noise than you can imagine, yet, the sound of its V12 can instantly stir you up, it is more impractical than anything else you have seen in your life, yet still it is irresistible.
Many versions have been spawn off the original Diablo with the latest '99 SV getting a 530bhp engine.
All in all it's simple enough: This is (most) probably the last supercar as supercars ought to be.