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  

Schumacher’s “Garage Sale”

Part of the answer to the question what is hidden in the garage of seven-time Formula 1 champion gave Garage Zenith company that sells supercars. This company possess two pearls that had previously belonged to Michael Schumacher, Ferrari Enzo and Ferrari FXX. Two extremely valuable copies were made specifically for Schumacher while he drive for the Ferrari F1 Team. Red Enzo moved 8,500 miles and under the hood are the signatures of several important figures, including one of the head of Ferrari, Luca di Montezemolo.
belonged to Michael Schumacher, Ferrari Enzo and Ferrari FXX The second car in the Schumacher garage is even more interesting. It is the Ferrari FXX which clock shows only 900 mileage. This rare model is the only FXX in the world in black. It is famous for having appeared in an episode of Top Gear from 2009 when it was on the test track, was driven by Michael Schumacher himself. Enzo is estimated at $1.46million, while the seller is asking for a Ferrari FXX $2.66million. Schumacher both cars received a gift from a former employer as a reward for his achievements while competing for Ferrari. belonged to Michael Schumacher, Ferrari Enzo and Ferrari FXX belonged to Michael Schumacher, Ferrari Enzo and Ferrari FXX

Aston Martin One 77, Mercedes SLS and Bentley Continental GT Coupe Join the Dubai Police

Dubai Police fleet is richer for another three precious cars including the $3 million worth Aston Martin One 77. The cruisers fleet of Dubai police resembles on collection of supercars of a Middle Eastern sheik. The distinctive green-and-white patterns have been previously painted on
Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari FF, the Chevrolet Camaro and the BMW 5 Series, and now they have joined the Mercedes SLS AMG, Bentley Continental GT Coupe and by far the most expensive of all – the Aston Martin One-77. Three latest models will be presented to the public, with the previously obtained supercars in exhibition hall of Arabian Travel Market in Dubai from 6 to 9 May.

Dubai Police's Mercedes SLS AMG

Dubai Police said that they purchase expensive cars for the tourism development strategy and that the presence of these cars on the streets represent another of the many tourist attractions of the city. “Since Dubai is the capital of luxury and sophistication in every respect, it is essential that police catch up on this issue,” said deputy police chief of Dubai, Khamis Mattar. As for the new most expensive model in the police fleet, it is a car that is made in a limited edition of 77 copies. Aston Martin One-77 Launches 7.3-liter V12 engine with 760 hp, located forward, while the power is transferred to the rear wheels. To accelerate from 0-60mph takes 3.5 seconds, and the factory data Top speed is 200mph.

Dubai Police's Aston Martin One-77

Dubai Police's Bentley Continental GT

Dubai Police Adds Ferrari FF Alongside Aventador

Dubai police a few days after the
Lamborghini Aventador now received a new patrol car, the Ferrari FF. The duo will patrol the city’s more affluent regions to promote the area’s image as a mecca for money. The Dubai PD certainly isn’t the first law enforcement agency to adopt flashy cruisers, it won’t be the last. Dubai Police's Ferrari FF There was the Nissan GT-R gussied up for police duty, as well as the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 and the Mitsubishi Evo X, but we have to say the DPD certainly has the most lust-worthy stable at the moment. The first is usually said that the Dubai police will get new Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, but finally decided to get Ferrari FF, which normally has a permanent all-wheel drive. As a reminder, the Ferrari FF (“Ferrari Four”) has four seats and 4×4 drive, powered by a 6.3 liter V12 engine from 660HP and 683 Nm, acceleration from 0 to 60mph is 3.7 seconds, and top speed of 208mph. Dubai Police's  Ferrari FF and Lamborghini Aventador Dubai Police's Ferrari FF Dubai Police's Ferrari FF Dubai Police's Ferrari FF

Two Coachbuilt Italian Corvettes to Debut at Top Marques Monaco

SpadaVettureSport - Codatronca Monza SpadaVettureSport – Codatronca Monza Each year, the Top Marques show in Monaco brings out some of the finest pieces of craftsmanship, from cars to watches. Among the many debuts scheduled for the Monte Carlo exposition are a pair of custom supercars crafted in Italy and based on the Chevrolet Corvette. First is the a new version of the Spada Codatronca. Styled by a former Zagato designer and his son, the Codatronca debuted at the Top Marques show several years ago, but a new version called the Monza, focused for use on the race track and anticipated to feature an open roadster body-style, is tipped to debut at this year’s show as well.

Porsche Boxster Converted into Bugatti Veyron

Porsche Boxster converted into Bugatti Veyron and Real Bugatti Veyron Porsche Boxster converted into Bugatti Veyron and Real Bugatti Veyron Car enthusiasts are often known to turn average cars into ones that look like million dollar models. But again, often enough we come across someone who like to Pimp their ride to a whole new level. One such customizer from Poland has managed to turn his little Porsche Boxster sportscar into a Bugatti Veyron look-alike. If you take your time and look at it from every angle, the slightly different wheels and headlights will give it away. But other than that, this conversion into the king of supercars looks like a success. Most of the body panels were first modeled in clay, so this is not an exact copy, and then molded in fiber glass. The slightly longer back end is a give-away, but other than that it looks excellent. And if you happen to be have fantasized about owning a Veyron, but you don’t have the funding to do so, here’s your chance to make it happen.

Sultan of Brunei’s Rare Supercars for Sale

Sultan of Brunei's 2004 Ferarri Enzo Sultan of Brunei’s 2004 Ferarri Enzo We all know about the Sultan of Brunei’s obsession with cars. He’s got thousands of them, literally, with most being of the exotic variety. An interesting story has surfaced concerning the supercar collection of the Sultan of Brunei. A total of 25 Ferraris, three Lamborghinis, and a Cizeta, among other rare supercars are being sold. The rumors are supported by the fact that all the cars offered for sale are unregistered with delivery mileage only. The cars are currently housed in a garage in New Zealand. According to the seller, these amazing vehicles were all ordered brand new from the factory and delivered to the owner who, for some unknown reason, never drove them.

SSC Ultimate Aero II Aims to Hit 275mph

SSC Ultimate Aero II SSC Ultimate Aero II Bugatti may sit alone at the top of the industry in a number of ways, but it isn’t alone in the top-speed chase. Like NASA had the USSR’s space program, Bugatti has Shelby SuperCars to keep it on its toes. After Bugatti set the top-speed record with the original Veyron, SSC came along with its Ultimate Aero to take away its crown. Bugatti has since responded with the Veyron Super Sport, and now the Americans are fighting back with the new SSC Ultimate Aero II, which aims to reclaim the top slot. For starters, the new Ultimate Aero is powered by a 6.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 that pumps out 1,350 horses, all of which will be needed to wring out that 275 mph. Overall, the car weighs just 2,600 pounds, giving it a power-to-weight ratio nearly double that of the Veyron. The question isn’t if this car will break the record… it’s when.