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US $19.95
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Lake Linden, Michigan, United States

Lake Linden, Michigan, United States
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Lamborghini Aventador Roadster sold out for the next year

Mon, 04 Feb 2013

It seems that the newly launched Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster is already sold out until the middle of 2014. That North American East Coast outing comes just a few months after Lamborghini revealed its open-topped Aventador at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November with the same 6.5 litre V12 engine as its tin-topped sibling and a 0-62mph of a scant 3.0 seconds. At a UK price expected to be just the right side of £300k you might think, especially in these financially constrained times, Lamborghini might struggle to find buyers for its ultimate toupee wrecker.

First Pagani Huayra up for sale in Switzerland

Fri, 23 Mar 2012

First Pagani Huayra for sale The first Pagani Huayra to come up for sale is being offered by Carugati in Switzerland at a very large premium. We’ve had our doubts about just how many Huayras Pagani has manged to build so far for its customers, but we do know that the car we’ve all seen as the first customer Huayra is now up for sale in Switzerland, Carugati – a Swiss family-run dealers – is offering chassis #1 Pagani Huayra for buyers with very deep pockets. We promised Carugati we wouldn’t divulge the premium you’ll need to pay, but it is substantial.

Aston Martin at the Paris motor show 2008

Fri, 03 Oct 2008

By Ben Barry Motor Shows 03 October 2008 10:13 The buzz around Aston Martin continues. The now independent brand is teasing motor show visitors with a styling buck of the One-77 (the ultra-exclusive £1.2 million supercar that’ll be limited to a run of, yep, 77 when it arrives in 2009) that reveals just its front right and rear left aspects, plus there’s an automatic DBS on display and talk of exciting future Aston Martin projects. James Bond’s favourite Aston now comes with Touchtronic – a six-speed ZF automatic gearbox that’s borrowed from the DB9 but substantially beefed up.