What started out in 1963 as a car built for race track purposes has morphed into one of the most iconic brands and has proven to stay true to it’s heritage. The new 911 is here…
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Los Angeles, Calif. – January 18, – Never before has a company attempted to transform one of the most sought after and well-built vehicles ever produced, the Ferrari 458 Italia, the way MANSORY tuning of Switzerland has. By using their confidence, history and meticulous design experience, MANSORY Switzerland has created yet another masterpiece. They not only have the poise to modify the Ferrari 458 Italia, they encompass the visualization to enhance and transform an already striking vehicle.
RTW Motoring, MANSORY Switzerland’s exclusive distributor in North America, is thrilled to announce that the new Ferrari 458 Italia tuning package is now available. RTW is the complete one-stop source providing expert onsite painting and installation of EVERY MANSORY part. All work is accomplished in-house at RTW and can supply delivery of vehicles anywhere around the globe.
Every MANSORY Switzerland piece is skillfully crafted to ensure superior quality. Modified elements of the Ferrari include lightweight carbon fiber parts – engine bonnet, front bumper package, rear bumper package, roof cover panel, rear cover panel and side skirts. *(See below for a comprehensive list of MANSORY vehicle specifications)
To finalize the build, 20×9 inch forged center-lock wheels are used in the front while 21×11 inch wheels compliment the rear.
For more information visit: www.rtwmotoring.com
SCC – China’s lagest and most famous Sports Car Club
Eight Ferraris, three Mercedes-Benz, a Lamborghini and a Prius totalled in Japan.
I will allow the narrarator in the video clip to explian this entire cringe worthy mess!
The Lamborghini Muira is a classic supercar and exceptionally rare at this point in time. The car is widely considered to have begun the trend of high performance, two-seater, mid-engined sports cars, and remained in production until 1972. The car was never replaced in Lamborghini’s line-up, until a retro concept commemorating the 40th anniversary of the 1966 Geneva introduction of the original Miura surfaced.
Lamborghini president and CEO Stefan Winkelmann denied that the concept would mark the Miura’s return to production, he was quoted as saying “The Miura was a celebration of our history, but Lamborghini is about the future. Retro design is not what we are here for. So we won’t do the Miura.”
This was the design of the 2006 Miura concept:
Official Promo of the Spada Codatronca Monza, concept car designed by Paolo Spada and dedicated to the Monza Circuit, especially built for Aznom.
Powered by a Corvette Z06 engine with twin turbochargers for a total of 700 horsepower. With only 2,500 pounds of aluminum and magnesium to hold it back, that should be enough for a 0 to 60 time in three seconds flat and will propel the lucky driver to 210 mph!