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Limited Edition Ferrari Sa Aperta

Ferrari presented this marvel at the Paris International Motor Show 2010. The SA Aperta is a tribute to Sergio and Andrea Peninferina whose company celebrates itīs 80th anniversary and has worked with ferrari on some of there most famous cars. This model is a special series and only 80 wil lbe built. Unfortunally for those of you that want one...they have all been sold!



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ARIEL NOMAD

The same guys behind the spectacular Ariel Atom high-performance supercar, have introduced, the outrageously fun-looking, Nomad. The two-seat rugged off-roader is powered by a Honda 2.4-liter four-cylinder iVTEC engine, delivering an impressive 235 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque! The lightweight buggy(just 1,477 pounds) can hit 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, and reach a top speed of 125mph. You can choose to customize your Nomad for what you want to do and exactly ho...
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WEST COAST DEFENDER

It seems our obsession with Land Rover Defenders is shared with West Coast Defender, an LA based company. If you live in the U.S. the cult vehicle hasnīt been available new on the market since 1997, and importing one is not an option due to strict U.S. vehicle import laws. However classic cars, like the Defender, 25 years old or older, have no import restrictions. "West Coast Defender" searches the UK and Europe for classic Land Rover Defenders, brings them to the ...
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TESLA MODEL 3

This is it! after months of spy shots and rumors, the new Tesla Model 3 has been revealed. Elon Musk took the stage yesterday evening to unveil the Tesla entry-level $35,000 Model 3, in an aim to take the company mainstream. The base model will go from zero to 60 miles per hour in less than six seconds, and will achieve 215 miles of range per charge. Autopilot and supercharging are also included as standard options. Inside, everything is controlled via a 17-inch lan...
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