Super Cars


Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport reached a Guinness World Records-certified top speed of 431 km/h or 268 mph.
However, as Guinness notes, the cars shipped to customers are restricted to 258 mph — to protect the tires, which don’t hold up well at the higher speeds.
The Veyron Super Sport has four enlarged turbochargers and bigger intercoolers; the 16-cylinder engine has a total of 1,200 horsepower and 1,106 lb.-ft. of torque.
The SSC Ultimate Aero held the previous Guinness record of 255.83 mph. It is the fastest road car in production
The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, depending on production details and foreign-exchange rates, will cost between $2.4 to $2.6 million.

2013 Lamborghini Aventador by A. Kahn Design

With 700 horsepower under its hood, the Aventador is a supercar that needs no upgrades - not on the exterior, and especially not in its engine bay. Still, British tuner, Kahn Design, seems to disagree with Lamborghini when it says it has developed the ultimate supercar and today it announced an upgrade kit for the Aventador.
On the interior, the two sports seats were covered in Nappa leather with white stitching. The tuner also installed a quilted steering wheel with airbags, instrument surround and center console in Nappa leather.
In true Kahn Design spirit, only the Aventador’s interior has been modified, while the exterior updates have been kept to minimum and only includes new 20-inch Kahn Pirelli wheels finished in hyper or liquid silver.
Each customer will have the possibility to customize the look of his supercar depending on his personal taste. Kahn Design is offering them the possibility to choose from an infinite palette of colors, fabric, leather and trim pieces.

Ferrari LaFerrari Versus MsLAren P1 : By the Numbers

The battle of the hybrid supercars is on, and this is the first engagement: McLaren's P1 versus the Ferrari LaFerrari.
As the figures show, the two cars are closely matched, though the LaFerrari wins on outright power, with 47 more horses on tap.
McLaren goes about generating its power in a different manner, however, and may prove to be the more efficient of the two.
But which will prove to have the best handling dynamics? Which will be faster on a track--especially the Nordschleife? Which will be easier to drive around town?

2013 Gemballa GT Spider

With its roof open to the heavens, the McLaren 12C Spider promises an even more visceral driving experience than its Coupé sister. Sharing the same ultra stiff carbon-fibre tub means the Spider has the same incredible handling with only a minimal weight increase.
Now, owners of this 625hp British supercar looking for an even more individual twist, can order the attractive GEMBALLA GT package for the 12C Spider, which makes its world debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
Highlights of the GEMBALLA GT Spider are its carbon-fibre Aero Kit, interior re-trim in the finest leathers, and the brand new GForged-one lightweight alloy wheels.
Thus, GEMBALLA’s German designed and manufactured aerodynamic components eschew even the industry-standard use of PU RIM or GRP, making the leap to carbon-fibre for the ultimate in strength and lightness. GEMBALLA’s aero package consists of a new front bumper/spoiler, side skirts and rear valence, which perfectly line up with the OE bodywork using the factory mounting points.
Another Geneva highlight that will make its world premier on the GEMBALLA GT Spider are the new GForged-one ultra-light, forged alloy wheels, in 20 and 21-inch diameters for the front and rear axles respectively.
Although these sophisticated looking wheels are an inch larger in diameter than their factory counterparts, their low weight ensures that the unsprung weight of the vehicle remains unchanged. The GForged-one wheels come in "Black Magic" or "Gunmetal", with the option of a gloss turned "diamond cut" finish for their spokes.
The GEMBALLA GT Spider makes its Geneva 2013 debut with a podium position for its great performance and aesthetics

LaFerrari drops in Geneva

Today Ferrari launched their new flagship model simply known as LaFerrari at the Geneva Motor Show.
The new model uses the Ferrari 6.3-liter V12 in concert with the HY-KERS system from the F1 program to produce 950 bhp and 900 nm of torque.
Later today we hope to have images from the show floor up of this and all the fabulous cars of Geneva. New additions include the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible and 2013 Ferrari Sergio by Pininfarina.