Nissan GTR


Nissan GTR

Got to shoot some nicer cars today, and i feel there are more to come.

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Koenigsegg Announces Agera One:1 – A 273 mph Bugatti Killer

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Koenigsegg is celebrating 20 years of making the world’s fastest cars with the introduction of The Agera One:1. The Swedish supercar maker is calling their latest beast “The worlds first Megacar.”

Powered by a twin-turbo, 5.0-liter V8, The Agera One:1 will produce a tire-scorching 1,341 hp and 1,011 lb-ft of torque. According to a press release, Koenigsegg claims the Agera One:1 has a simulated top speed of 273 miles per hour, which would best the current Guinness World Record holder for fastest production car, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, by 19 mph. But according to autoblog, only 6 cars will be built so it will never qualify as a production car, which requires at least 30 units to be made. Curiously, Koenigsegg says top speed “has not been a priority, as the One:1 is a track focused car.”

The Agera One:1 will achieve this top speed thanks to a…

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Photos: Drive to Conquer Cancer

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This weekend, a charity meet and cruise was held in Vancouver to help raise money and awareness to support the BC Cancer Foundation. In all, approximately 200 cars turned up to the meet ranging from Subaru BRZs to Lamborghini Aventadors and everything in between.

Thank you to the Event organizers Vancity Exotics and Vancouver Motocars as well as the Police officer that escorted the “restless” cars during the cruise.

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Last of the Apollo’s

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In 2001 a man named Roland Gumpert had a vision to join the exclusive market of creating a well renowned hyper-car. Do to his hard work and dedication the Apollo was born. Fast Forward to 2014 and the very last Apollo was being showcased at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. With captivating bright red chrome and brushed aluminum on the bonnet roof and the rear it is truly striking. With a Monster of a Defuser and a massive rear wing in all carbon fiber its complements the car beautifully. Being the only “iron man” styled Gumpert Apollo S it will brake the bank at a whopping $600,000 dollars.

The Apollo S has a Twin turbocharged 4.2 liter V8 that rakes in a massive 780 hp but the amount of torque on the Apollo has yet to be released. It’s 0-62 is a mind blowing 2.8 seconds (Only being 0.1 seconds…

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Is The McLaren P1 The Most Awesome Supercar Ever?


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McLaren P1

Reasons the McLaren P1 is awesome number 1: it has a centrally mounted exhaust which is spitting flames more often than not. That’s pretty cool!

The P1’s so-called IPAS hybrid powertrain (i.e. Instant Power Assist System which is McLaren-talk for the hybrid setup used on Formula One cars), can boom out 903 hp and slings you from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.6 seconds.

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On the track, the P1 is astonishing. The specially formulated Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires — 19 inches in front and 20 inches in back — work overtime with the P1’s intricate adaptive suspension to keep the action grippy and comfy at all times.

It’s so brilliant, in fact, that the whole limited run of 375 McLaren P1 hypercars has already been sold with last deliveries due by July 2015.

McLaren P1

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