Everyone likes to credit the Italians — especially Lamborghini — for creating some of the most eye-catching, jaw-dropping supercar designs to date. And for the most part, that credit is very much deserved. But there is one car in particular for which Lamborghini can’t take all the credit.
In the market for a new Ferrari, but looking for something a little more unique? Edo Competition of Germany might have the perfect ride for you. It’s a custom Niki Lauda edition 458, and it’s for sale for €285,000.
So you go to the mall, see that there’s some uber exotic supercar sitting in front of Panda Express and you ask yourself, “how do they do it?” Is it magic, maybe? Teleportation? No, actually, they just drive them in between stores and pillars very very carefully.
Take a small, light sports car and add the most potent engine you can find. It’s a recipe that has set precedents in British automotive history, and it was Aston Martin’s plan of attack in the V12 Vantage S. Now, just revealed for 2015, there’s a drop top version.
As echoed by the rest of the Internet over the past few weeks, the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is one helluva car. Fitted with Chrysler’s 6.2-liter supercharged V8, Dodge’s flagship muscle car churns out enough juice to not only become the most powerful Dodge ever made, but also – as Chrysler claims – the most powerful muscle car in the world.
When you think of the Ford GT40, you may instantly think of the golden era of racing at Le Mans. But when you think of Le Mans, you might not instantly think of Ford. While Ford’s mid-engined monster dominated Le Mans 1966 to 1969, the Blue Oval brand did not have much of a presence at the French track (save for some Shelby Mustangs and late-model Ford GTs).
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG looks good. I mean, really good. And with 585 horsepower, it’s pretty powerful too. But we knew it was only a matter of time before Benz unleashed its more powerful, questionably more luxurious older sibling — the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG.
If we went a day without hearing about the return of the Supra, we’d be shocked, frankly. But today is different. You see, there’s an interesting new report that seems to have more concrete evidence surrounding a Supra revival than ever before.
We here at BoldRide are quite familiar with the name Afzal Kahn. The British customizer has been known to roll out very unique and sinister versions of Land Rovers, BMWs and more. But it seems Kahn must have been tired of customizing other people’s rides, and has decided to team up with another firm to create a car of their own.
Most people have never even set foot inside a Ferrari, so when they finally do, they can understandably be a bit giddy. That giddiness can manifest itself into holding onto gears until redline, blipping the engine incessantly, or more spectacularly…gunning it right into a wall.
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