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Its 368 kW (500 hp, 911 R: Combined fuel consumption 13.3 l/100 km) four-litre naturally aspirated flat engine and six-speed manual sports transmission places the 911 R firmly in the tradition of its historic role model: a road-homologated racing car from 1967. Produced as part of a limited production series, the 911 R (R for Racing) performed in rallies, in the Targa Florio and in world record runs. Like its legendary predecessor, the new 911 R relies on systematic lightweight construction, maximum performance and an unfiltered driving experience: this special limited-edition model of 991 units has an overall weight of 1,370 kilograms and is currently the lightest version of the 911. ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
The visionary and extremely sharp design was intended to achieve the best results in terms of aerodynamics: this is what you will see in the SV. Never before has form followed function so closely, while still maintaining the unmistakable Lamborghini design. The incredibly sporty nature of the Aventador SV can be recognized in every line, and is highlighted by the choice of the materials, including the ultra-lightweight carbon fiber used for the air vents, rear spoiler and bumpers ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
The Lamborghini Aventador SV – for Superveloce – backs up the promise of its aggressive, fighter jet styling; it is a monster of a supercar. Supercar driving experiences do not come more authentic than this. In dynamic terms the SV is sharper and agile. Equipped with the vast rear wing and contrasting styling elements the SV looks incredible on the road. ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
This supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 is an evolution of the Hellcat’s 707-pony Hemi but with beefed-up internals and a larger, 2.7-liter rotary-screw blower (up from 2.4 liters) from supplier IHI, tuned to make 14.5 pounds of boost. The car comes on four drag radials, but the eight-speed ZF 8HP automatic turns only the rear wheels. Speaking of transmissions, this one features the first transmission brake on a production car—more on that in a bit—as well as a few other drag-racing tricks. ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
Dodge’s latest monster muscle car is a mega-power drag-race special, and its name is Demon. Standard Demons come with a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 that cranks out 808 hp, but owners can increase that to 840 hp with the Demon Crate package. So equipped, Dodge claims that the Demon will demolish the quarter-mile in 9.65 seconds at 140 mph. Weight-saving measures have been taken wherever possible, and even passenger seats are optional. The Demon is a rare piece: only 3000 units in the US!! ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
Even on broken pavement, the roughly 8-to-10-percent-stiffer springs remain livable. The lumbar lump in the carbon-fiber seats is far more annoying. As in the 488GTB, magnetorheological dampers smooth the edges off bumps. Interior space is surprisingly vast, and the view out is panoramic. Mostly, the daunting visuals come when you’re outside the thing. A new carbon-fiber front bumper inspired by that of the 488 Challenge race car essentially puts a wing between the headlights to increase downforce. ____________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
With a mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8, the 488 generates a sonorous wail and ferocious acceleration all the way to 8000 rpm, where it makes 661 hp. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic is the sole transmission; we estimate a zero-to-60-mph time of 3.0 seconds. Ferrari’s adaptive suspension is relatively compliant without sacrificing handling. In addition to the standard 488 coupe, there’s a retractable-hardtop Spider and the new-for-2019, harder-core, coupe-only Pista that makes 710 hp and seriously ups the volume on the V-8. ____________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
Sporty, for an outing on the racetrack. Comfortable, for a long journey in a party of four. There is no ‘either–or’. That’s the Panamera. Its ingenious sports car ergonomics are centred on the driver and on performance – without disregard for the well-being of passengers. ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
Why you’d consider buy a #PorschePanamera Turbo S? Because an Aston Martin Rapide is too fragile, a Tesla Model S is too limited, and frankly, you want a Porsche. Plus, the new body is actually beautiful, the hatchback adds a touch of practicality, and there is no arguing with a sedan that goes 190 mph. ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
"Its shape is immediately recognizable by billions of people around the world. It's been in continuous production for more than 50 years. There are entire racing series built upon it, and it's the ultimate supercar daily driver. Without a doubt, the Porsche 911 is the greatest car ever made." - Forbes Magazine, 2018 ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
For those of you who aren't up on your Porsche 911 generations, here's a little refresher. The original 911 was simply called the 911, and it lasted from 1963 to 1989, albeit with major changes over the years. In the late 1970s, they came out with a turbocharged model called the 930. From 1991 to 1994, you had the "964" version, which is sort of forgotten, followed by the "993" from 1995 to 1998. Everyone loves the 993. Porsche owners talk about the 993 as if it's their own child, and many of them would have a hard time deciding whether to give up their child or their 993 if things really came to that. Then there's the 996. The 996 was sold from 1999 to 2004, and it's been maligned ever since then, largely due to its headlights. The headlights are ugly. They look like fried eggs. They aren't round. There were other criticisms, too, mainly centered around the fact that the 996 was the first Porsche model to switch to engine water cooling instead of old-school air cooling -- and the 996's subsequent engine problems, mainly centered around its "exploding" IMS bearing, which could grenade the entire engine with little warning. Following the 996, Porsche went more traditional from 2005 to 2012 with the 997, and then in 2012 they debuted the 991, which remains the current 911 today. ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
A few decades ago, red was the most popular color for cars. Now it’s white which is a good choice for safety reasons. We know that white cars have the lowest accident rates, which is probably because they’re readily visible in all kinds of light. What about the green? Porsche’s product manager for innovation and color says: "This particular hue will feature in all product communications, starting with the world premiere and the initial advertising campaigns, "The Green 911 GT3 RS is meant to catch your eye and draw you into the showroom” And we all know that she is more than just right. ____________________________ RSVP Only • We specialize in high-end clients and vehicles • Fully Insured • Featured on TV, Magazines and Web • A necessity to a lifestyle.
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