The Innotech Aspiron For Track Enjoyement

The Innotech Aspiron is a $150,000 car for hard core drivers, built for track day enjoyment and sheer speed in an open cockpit. Customers who probably own other supercars, like the Corvette, Viper, Porche 911, Ferrari or Lamborghini, want something more and the Aspiron is designed to to satisfy them.
The Innotech Aspiron For Track Enjoyement It is open-top two seater who pulls parts from the Chevrolet Corvette and wedges them down in a skimpy chassis, wrapping it bodywork. Innotech Aspiron is a true track day car with strong racing genes, hand built to customer specs, with a power to weight ratio to shame any road car. Customers can choose for an LS3 from the base 2013 Corvette or the LS7 from the Corvette Z06. Innotech also offers an LT1 option, from the all-new LT1 from the 2014 Corvette Stingray or the old cast-iron block. You can also choose from the LSA found in the Cadillac CTS-V or an LS9 plucked from the see-through hood of the mighty Corvette ZR1. That means buyers can have anywhere from 500 to 800 horsepower at their command, though an upgraded LS9 is also available with up to 1,000 hp. A Ricardo six-speed manual transmission shuttles all that muscle to the rear axle. The Innotech Aspiron For Track Enjoyement The Innotech Aspiron For Track Enjoyement The Innotech Aspiron For Track Enjoyement The Innotech Aspiron For Track Enjoyement The Innotech Aspiron For Track Enjoyement The Innotech Aspiron For Track Enjoyement  

Forbes Lists of Top 10 World’s Most Expensive Cars

Forbes, the well known publication has unveiled a list of ten cars it considers to be the most expensive in the world, so that all those richie can know what to spend their money on in 2011.
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