Chevrolet introduced the 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition - a road-going, track-capable homage to the Corvette Racing C7.R racecars. It's offered in Corvette Racing's signature yellow livery - or black - with coordinated exterior and interior accents.

sddsdsdsd.jpgThis Brabus 850 V8 BiTurbo Estate is powered by a 5.5L V8 BiTurbo engine which has been upgraded from 585 hp to 850 hp, however, Brabus managed to get 1450 Nm of torque out of this engine, but to save the engine they have limited the torque at 1150 Nm. According to Brabus, the car has been limited, but not at the regular 156 m/ph but at 218 m/ph (350 km/ph).


This video show another part how people get some selections in this world. He go for the first time to the restaurant and get out from staff. He looks like a homeless and staff get him out. Next time he go with new look. He wear expensive clothes and with Ferrari. Check how the staff react this time. Watch this video here for more details. 


2015 Lamborghini Huracan LP610 By ADV.1 Wheels, model ADV05 M.V1 CS Series wheels, mounted 20x8.5 for the front and 20x11 for the rear, DiscFinished in Matte Bronze.

481074.jpgTetyana Tudor is the new girl of your dreams. For starters, she’s a 5’10” Ukrainian model. Oh, and she also has a thing for exotic cars. In this video she takes delivery of her brand new Ferrari 458 Spider. Being the good person that she is, Tudor filmed her first test drive. Unfortunately there isn’t much action when it comes to the driving aspect of this video. The engine is revved a few times but there’s no epic cornering or high-speed speedometer shots.


This is the Qiantu K50 Event!, China’s first home-grown electric supercar, it debuted earlier today on theShanghai Auto Show. The Qiantu K50 Event! (with an ‘!’ at the end) will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2016, priced around 700.000 yuan or 113.000 USD, which is about the same as the Tesla Model S costs in China.

Watching A Veyron And A LaFerrari Play Bumpers Cars Is Damn Painful

Just because some people have the dough to buy million-dollar-plus hypercars doesn’t necessarily make them the best of drivers. In fact, they can outright be some of the worst and laziest drivers out there. Case in point: the owner/driver of this Bugatti Veyron L’Or Blanc. The fender bender you’re about to see recently happened outside a Paris hotel. The Veyron driver somehow didn’t notice a certain bright red LaFerrari in his rear view. Or perhaps he did and just didn’t really care.