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10 Of The Greatest Sports Cars Of All Time

By   January 6, 2016

10 Great Sports Cars

10 Great Sports Cars

Selecting great cars is an exercise likely to provoke much heated debate amongst those who love their wheels.

Judging cars from different eras isn’t easy, and some people have their favourite marques in a field of names – both of manufacturers and specific models.

The very best evoke all kinds of images and feelings – not least the inspiration for teens to get up to speed and learn to drive for themselves.

Here are ten that, for various reasons, deserve their place in automotive folklore.

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The Last Bugatti Veyron Is Sold

By   February 24, 2015

Last Bugatti Veyron

Last Bugatti Veyron

It is the end of an era for Bugatti. The very last Bugatti Veyron has been sold. No longer can you make a billion dollars and then go out and order a new Veyron.

The supercar that currently holds the record for the world’s fastest production car. With a top speed of 267 mph and a 0-62 mph time of just 2.5 seconds the car redefined the term supercar. It has incredible performance with as much as 1,200 horsepower from a refined machine. The ultra-high performance car will never quite be the same.

450 of these rare machines have been made (including all variants). And now that the end has come, we look forward to what Bugatti will release next. While we aren’t sure of what it will be, we know it will have to be very fast to live up to the legend.

The Evolution of the 250+ MPH Supercar

By   February 24, 2015

Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron is a 250+ MPH Supercar

The past few decades have brought automotive technology and performance to amazing new heights. From the humble beginnings of cars like the Bentley Speed Six in the 20s to high performance classics like the Lamborghini Countash, the unbelievable supercar has grown into a truly astonishing class of vehicles.

Here are three supercars that will forever be considered “best in class.”

Pagani Zonda S

Hailing from Italy, the Pagani Zonda S is one of the most revered modern supercars. It was produced in limited quantities between 1999 and 2011, and its performce is jaw-dropping. It can slingshot from 0-60mph in just 3.7 seconds, and its top speeds exceed 200mph.

Hennessey Venom GT

Although it missed out on attaining the title of “world’s fastest supercar” by failing to satisfy a few measly technicalities (The Guiness Book of Wold Records requires at least 30 models to be manufactured for a car to be considered), the Hennessey Venom GT is probably the fastest car in existence today. It has a blazingly fast top speed of 270.49mph, and it takes just 2.7 short seconds for the car to go from 0-60mph!

Bugatti Veyron

Since the Hennessey Venom GT doesn’t exist in more than 30 models, the Bugatti Veyron is standing strong as the world’s current fastest car. But its performance isn’t anything to be sneezed at. It comes pretty close to equaling the performance of the Hennessey with a top speed of 267.85mph. Interestingly, it’s also one of the few supercars to be manufactured in France.

Want to know more about the incredible supercars produced over the past century? Check out the graphic below.

The Evolution of the 250+ MPH Supercar

Inforgraphic and blog post provided by HR Owen.

Bugatti Veyron Overload

By   September 19, 2014

Bugatti Veyrons Spotted at Hotel de Paris in Monaco

Bugatti Veyrons Spotted at Hotel de Paris in Monaco

It is rare to see one Bugatti Veyron, but to see four of them is special treat. Well, our friends over at MDKSuperCars managed to spot four of these extremely fast supercars at the Hotel de Paris in Monaco.

This video features the Bugattis as they are parked and captures all the details of the styling, both inside and out. It also has shots of the incredible W16 engine.

Of course seeing a Veyron still is rare, but driving them is what really takes the cake. The footage also captures a Bugatti Veyron as it is driven.

One note to anybody wanting to buy a Veyron, expect for it to take a while to get out of parking lots because you are going to have a crowd of people checking out your ride.

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