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The New Bentley Bentayga Speed Is The World’s Fastest Production SUV

I can’t remember when Bentley Motors started to be known not only as uber luxurious, but also uber powerful. It was a personal query provoked by the recent announcement of the new Bentley Bentayga Speed Luxury SUV which the British luxury marque stake claim as the world’s fastest production SUV. How fast? Well, its “enhanced” 626 HP 6.0L W12 motor with a chassis-twisting 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque and eight-speed automatic transmission wipes the century sprint in mere 3.9 seconds, sending it on its way to a top speed of 190 mph (306 km/h!). Continue reading The New Bentley Bentayga Speed Is The World’s Fastest Production SUV

Bugatti Slaps French Colors On Limited Edition Chiron’s Spoiler For The Marque’s 110 Years

Bugatti is so powerful, so exotic that one might forget that the marque originally hailed from a country most famous for arts, fashion and Renault. It may be German’s Volkswagen-owned now, but to mark its 110 years, the supercar maker is rolling out a super limited edition Bugatti Chiron that pays tribute to its French root. Referred to as Bugatti Chiron Sport ‘110 ans Bugatti’, the most notable ’tribute’ would be the application of French tricolour blue, white and red, decorating the body and interiors, including on the underside of the retractable spoiler. Continue reading Bugatti Slaps French Colors On Limited Edition Chiron’s Spoiler For The Marque’s 110 Years

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Has 770 HP, Makes 0-62 In 8.2 Seconds

Lamborghini has introduced a new Aventador, called Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, for those who have half a million to spare. In fact, there are two new Aventadors. The Aventador SVJ and the Aventador SVJ 63. The latter was unveiled at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and it is a ride that pays homage to the founding year of the raging bull marque, 1963. Continue reading Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Has 770 HP, Makes 0-62 In 8.2 Seconds

Lear Jet Limousine: For Those Who Desire A Private Jet But Afraid Of Flying

No. What you see here is not a flying car, or neither is it a drag speedster destined for Salt Flats. But it is indeed a real aircraft fuselage, except that it no longer flies. This bizarre automobile is a thing, made from an actual Lear Jet private jet and hence the name Limo-Jet. Because of the fact that it is an aircraft fuselage, it has to take on the open wheel design which, together with the vertical tail, does make it looks like land speed contender. Continue reading Lear Jet Limousine: For Those Who Desire A Private Jet But Afraid Of Flying

Nissan And Italdesign Created A Celebratory Nissan GT-R Called GT-R50

2019 marks the 50 years of Nissan GT-R (formerly under the moniker Skyline). To mark the golden jubilee of this world-renowned sports car, Nissan has joined hands with another half a century old company, Italdesign, to create a custom-bodied GT-R which it calls Nissan GT-50 by Italdesign. With the Italdesign in the mix, you expect nothing less than a spectacular ride and it certainly is! The GT-R50 is a dual celebratory ride; it marks the 50th anniversaries of both the GT-R, in 2019, and Italdesign which celebrates its semi-centennial this year. Continue reading Nissan And Italdesign Created A Celebratory Nissan GT-R Called GT-R50

This Is It. The New 700+ HP Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Is Here!

You read right. That’s a DBS and a Superleggera… as one car. Behold the new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera! Announced earlier today, this true thoroughbred pays homage to the historic super lightweight construction technology of the famous Italian coachbuilder and it looks, well, very Aston Martin. Actually no, it does not quite. It is particularly muscular – lent to it by immaculately sculpted carbon fiber body panels and its extruded bonded aluminum body structure. Continue reading This Is It. The New 700+ HP Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Is Here!

Porsche Brings Back The Spirit Of 356 With 911 Speedster Concept

In addition to bringing its first sports car back to life and giving its electric sports sedan a name – among many other things, Porsche is marking its 70 years in existence with a Porsche 911 Speedster Concept. Porsche described the open-top sports car as a “road ready study” and so, it is very likely it will make it into production. The question is: when? Though it is worthy to note that Porsche is still undecided about this car, but it is sure a hint of the potential series-production version which, if materialized, will only be presented in 2019. Continue reading Porsche Brings Back The Spirit Of 356 With 911 Speedster Concept

Porsche Fully Electric Sports Car Mission E Is Now Known As “Taycan”

First unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2015 and officially green-lighted later that year, Porsche’s very first electric sports car “Mission E” now has an official name and it is called Taycan. Loosely translated to “lively young horse” – a reference to the image appeared at the heart of the Porsche emblem – Taycan is set to begin series production next year. Continue reading Porsche Fully Electric Sports Car Mission E Is Now Known As “Taycan”

Rolls-Royce Cullinan Beckons You To Luxe Outside Of Urban Areas

When I saw the press release of Rolls-Royce much anticipated off-road capable luxury vehicle, Rolls-Royce Cullinan, I was taken aback. It was over 4,800 words long and as I continue to read it, it felt like I was scrolling through the mythical infinite scroll. And you know what this means. This means, the British luxury maker is dead serious about its off-road adventure. The brand is excited about this vehicle like a father thrilled by his first born. Continue reading Rolls-Royce Cullinan Beckons You To Luxe Outside Of Urban Areas

Here’s Another Off-road Bentley Continental GT You Can Buy

So, you missed the only chance to own an off-road prepped Bentley Continental GT, but deep down, you know that you still want one. Badly. Well, here’s the good news. While the Bentley Continental GT “Offroad” peddled by an outfit called Classic Youngtimers Consultancy may not be the same machine featured in NatGeo’s Supercar Megabuild, but it should does the job just as well. Powered by the same revered but really quite unnecessary complicated 6L W12 engine, this once made-for-tarmac luxe beast kicks out 560 hp and 479 lb-ft (650 Nm) of torque that would enable it to wipe the century sprint in mere 4.8 seconds and makes 197 mph (318 km/h) top speed. Continue reading Here’s Another Off-road Bentley Continental GT You Can Buy