Luxury car manufacturer Bentley has finally unveiled its long-awaited SUV project, the Bentayga. A natural, updated successor to the brand’s EXP 9 F concept, the car is the most powerful and fastest SUV on the market. Equipped with the ability to hit 60-miles-per-hour within four seconds, the Bentayga has a top speed of 187 miles-per hour and, according to Autoblog, will be available in a seven-seat version, more efficient diesel and hybrid variants and a higher performance speed model. [See More]
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As the replacement for the Gallardo, Lamborghini’s all-time best-selling model, the Huracán LP 610-4 had to be good. It is better than good: It is excellent, featuring advanced design, extraordinary performance, exquisite build quality, and good manners.The Gallardo’s great shortcoming was a 6-speed automated-manual transmission that, thanks to the clunking brutality of its shifting, made the car seem like a piece of mechanized armor. The Huracán’s new 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox eliminates all that commotion, executing gear changes quickly and smoothly. And the all-wheel-drive system puts power down with electronically regulated, electrohydraulically controlled authority. [Read More]
Once this concept becomes reality, everybody who’s anybody will want to ride out into the sunset on an ARAC ZXS. Designer Marko Petrovic really put everything together beautifully and minimally, even going as far as locking the fuel-injected twin-v motor in an ultra-lightweight aluminum chassis. Small, light, but obviously with a big “heart”, this baby will win you any futuristic street race aesthetically yet aggressively. Turn real life into a (non-violent) video game on top of the ARAC ZXS… hopefully soon. [See More]
Apparently, bulls are faster than reindeer, because it seems Santa has switched in his sleigh for something a little more sporty: a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. Good old Kris Kringle might take an entire night to deliver gifts when he's casually coasting through the air, but when he's on the ground in a 700hp machine that takes him only three seconds to get to 62 mph, gifts are most likely under the tree in a few hours. Cheer, Santa. Good thinking.