182 mph SL65 Mercedes at Miami Standing Mile
182 MPH with a good start at the Miami Standing Mile and actually held it for another 1/4 mile for 185MPH
Mods are 2006 SL65 AMG with RennTech Lowering and Renntech Computer Performance Upgrade package.
Thank you Renntech and Breathless Performance for getting us more speed.
670HP 870lbs torque Mercedes
We did also use 103 unleaded to protect the engine.
The 700 HP RennTech CLS63 AMG - TUNED
Hartmut Feyhl left AMG after 15 years to start his own tuning company, RennTech, which is now one of the most respected AMG tuners in the world. His products range from simple software upgrades to full racing builds based on AMG street cars. We take his new, 700 horsepower CLS63 for a spin and establish a new benchmark for luxury sedans: must be able to do burnouts while moving at highway speeds.
RENNtech's performance package for the SLR - 740 HP
The guys at RENNtech were not impressed by the naming convention, nor by the 650hp that the SLR was producing. In April of last year, they introduced a sport package kit along with a custom tuning chip that would bring the SLR 722 to 722hp. A year later, they are introducing another package, but this time, they have taken the performance to a whole new level - a 740hp level.
Lamborghini Veneno LOUD Exhaust Sound! - 2x Start and Moving
I have filmed the ultra rare €3.0m Lamborghini Veneno LP750! Video includes two cold start ups of the 6.5L V12 engine from the inside and outside as well as gentle revs, this car is freaking loud even at idle! I have filmed the moment of the car being unloaded and then loaded again, it really does a great noise while getting inside the truck! If you don't know, the Veneno is based on the Aventador LP700-4 but it's 125kg lighter and with 50hp more.
Technical data - 2013 Lamborghini Veneno LP750-4
Engine - 6.5L V12 with 750hp
Performance - 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) acceleration in 2.8s, top speed 355km/h (220mph)
Curb weight - 1,450 kg
Price - €3.0m + VAT and limited to 3 units
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