on 9th April 2008 | 1 Comment »
Neiman Marcus has teamed up with Hennessey Performance Engineering to offer one mean Viper.
The 2008 Neiman Marcus Special Edition Hennessey Venom 700NM, which will be included in the spring Neiman Marcus Men’s Catalog, features a 700-hp engine that’s good for a 0-60 time of 3.3 seconds.
The car also features an extensive list of Hennesseyupgrades, custom matching luggage, and if you’re crazy enough to use the car as a daily driver, Hennessey offers an automatic transmission upgrade for $30,000.
on 4th April 2008 | No Comments »
The New York International Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Center features a stunning Rolls-Royce motorcar mascot designed by a Manhattan-based jeweler.
The mascot, known as the Spirit of Ecstasy, sits on every Rolls-Royce coming out of the factory. A one-of-a-kind mascot was commissioned by local luxury car dealership Manhattan Motorcars.
Designer Jean Kemanjian described his creation, valued at $200,000, and the design process.
on 1st April 2008 | 2 Comments »
Ferrari recently launched a new “One-to-One Personalisation Program” at the Geneva Motor Show.
The program allows buyers to fully customize their car by choosing details and materials they want in consultation with the Italian carmaker’s experts.
The personalization program is inaugurated with the 612 Scaglietti.
on 29th March 2008 | No Comments »
As a two-seat, mid-engine car that can compete with some of the most notable Italian hot rods in size and style, the Raptor S5S has a 5.0L Supercharged engine which puts out 650hp, allowing the car to race from 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds.
Unlike other fancy European rides, the Raptor is built to digest cellulosic ethanol making it a clean car as well looking out for the environment.
While the car’s design isn’t extremely unique, the car does sport some aggressive features, like a large front grille and 20-inch rims.
on 24th March 2008 | 1 Comment »
This is a collectors dream and could just be the perfect material for a real Porsche fanatic meant straight for his garage.
Forget pride, this is your chance to make those envy who believed that a Targa from the early nineties in their possession was just about perfect to bear a retro collectors repute.
It belongs to an era where six-cylinders were literally unheard off and those who knew about its ability were baffled by the cost involved.
on 12th March 2008 | 18 Comments »
Ferrari and Condé Nast will be publishing a magazine just for Ferrari owners.
This new publication, with its philosophy of going after a “very rarefied part of the market,” undoubtedly will be a magnet to upscale global advertisers.
Ferrari is bundling all of its previous publications under this new umbrella.