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Even though the Spring still under the weather, it finally is here in Canada. And, one the best way to enjoy this season, is checking what Porsche 718 Boxster, Mercedes-Benz SLC, and Nissan 370Z Roadster have to offer. What they have in common? For sure, they are open-top, but also there are little more than … Continue reading Porsche 718 Boxster vs Mercedes SLC 300 vs Nissan 370Z Roadster
After the Rolls-Royce Motors became the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited, the Phantom Serie I (2003-2011) established a new beginning for Rolls Royce in terms of car production. Even now the BMW Group is directed response for the British company, the philosophy hasn’t changed. In other words, it has respected the history to offer a powerful … Continue reading Rolls-Royce Cullinan
Back to 2012, when Lamborghini decided to show the Sesto Elemento, the Italian company not only confirmed that the V10-engine was alive in the line production but also, gave some clues how is going to be the next product, in terms of the design that gave life to Huracán. As a new sports car, the … Continue reading Toyota Supra
Both are beautiful. Both share the same mechanical assemblies, for example, the heart is a 2.9l V6 producing 505 horsepower, 443 lb-ft at 2500 rpm and eighth-speed A/T. And even the 50:50 front/rear weight distribution, the difference starts to spot when the price shows a difference of $ 5,155* CAD. How to justify this price … Continue reading Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio
The F1 is a single-seater. There isn't enough room to accommodate a display as the WEC LMP1 or a Ferrari 488 GTE. Take as an example the new the new Toyota TS050. It is a LMP1 made specific to be this way. I mean, the Carbon Fiber Monocoque has a design to have a plenty … Continue reading F1, single-seater