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Motor Trend: Maserati Granturismo Sport

ratemysupercar:

Italian cars are absolutely stunning cars, right being GERMAN ones of course. :)

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This is a great example of what Italian cars are all about. They have a sort of fizz that captures your enthusiasm, making you adore not only their good points but their flaws as well.

-Nick

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Would you drive this car?

A few months ago, Audi took the R8 e-tron electric supercar to the Nürburgring and earning itself a lap record, circuiting the Green Hell in 8 minutes, 9 seconds. This is pretty impressive and the car seemed set to go into production in 2013 but as of now,  Audi claims that the “initial” run of R8 E-Trons was always meant to be very limited (ten cars). Those cars were essentially meant to serve as evaluation models for the project as a whole. The discrepancy seems to be in what eventually happens to this first run The first plans indicated that they would end up in public hands, while now Audi states that they are “primarily intended for internal purposes.”

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Here’s a video of my friends Lamborghini taking off past a bunch of other supercars. Let me know if you want to see more of this car!

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ratemysupercar:

Awesome car. Is the 911 GT3 one of your dream cars?

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Full vinyl wraps

How do you feel about full vinyl wraps on cars? Do they add a certain style that can’t be achieved with paint? Do you prefer to have the option of changing the color of your car at will with a few thousand dollars? Comment below and let us know what color wrap you would have, or if you are against them completely!

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I’ve been waiting to see one of these on the road, apparently I have to wait a little bit longer.  Plans by Lamborghini to build the  new SUV model the “Urus” to expand their product ranges may be halted say company sources as parent company Volkswagen searches for ways to limit expenditures in the midst of a European economic downturn. I’m disappointed.

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BMW stated earlier this week it will build a Frozen Edition of the M3 in three all-American colors: red, white and blue. Last year the company produced Frozen black and Frozen silver versions of the hopped-up 3-series. Only 150  of the Frozen BMW M3 will be built at a base price of $76,395 including destination and handling. Production begins in January 2013.

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