LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR SVJ – 2X AUDI R8 V10 PLUS – FERRARI 488 SPIDER
The latest week here at 1220 West Coast Highway have been crazy. We just got a bunch of wild cars in our inventory, and we are thrilled to show you! So if you like supercars – you might find these vehicle intersting. These aren’t you normal sportscars. These are all about performance. This is the best from the world of speed.
There’s the cars we are so exited about:
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2019 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
” The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ already made a splash last month when it set a new Nürburgring Nordschleife record for production cars, running an incredible 6:44.97 lap time. Now, it sheds its camouflage, and yep, it looks exactly as crazy as we hoped. This might be one of the wildest Lamborghinis yet.
Since we’ve tackled the SVJ’s Nürburgring lap time, let’s cover some other numbers. Its 6.5-liter V12 produces 770 horsepower, making this one of the most powerful naturally aspirated road cars of all time. Maximum torque is 531 lb-ft at 6750 rpm, while the power peak comes at 8500 rpm. Lamborghini claims a dry weight of 3362 lbs, which is 110 lbs lighter than an Aventador S coupe according to the factory. Acceleration is jaw-dropping, too, with 62 mph arriving in 2.8 seconds and 124 mph coming in 8.6. Top speed is 217 mph.”
2018 Ferrari 488 Spyder
” With a mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8, the 488GTB generates a sonorous wail and ferocious acceleration all the way to 8000 rpm, where it makes 661 horsepower. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic is the sole transmission; we estimate it’s capable of a zero-to-60-mph time of 3.0 seconds. Ferrari’s adaptive suspension is relatively compliant without sacrificing handling. The Pista model is even more powerful and makes 710 horsepower and should leap to 60 mph in less than three seconds. ”
2x 2017 Audi R8 V10 PLUS
” As halo cars go, the Audi R8 is a spectacular one—its howling V-10 engine provides stomach-punch acceleration that lesser cars with the four-ringed badge can only dream about. It’s an aspirational performance car, but it’s surprisingly easy to live with and drive daily thanks to a comfortable cabin, a silky ride, and plenty of standard luxury features.
The base R8 comes standard with an adaptive suspension, while V10 Plus models are fitted with a more aggressive, fixed-damper setup. Both soak up bumps admirably and provide a comfortable ride that you could tolerate without fatigue on long trips.”
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