2013 Aston Martin Project AM310: CRAZY REVS (New Vanquish)
Another great concept featured on my channel! I give you the wonderfull Aston Martin Project AM310. The production car that will come after this concept should be the replacement of the actual Aston Martin DBS! The bodywork -- styled as something of a blend between the current DBS and the top-of-the-line One-77 -- is tipped to be made up almost entirely of aluminum and carbon fiber, reducing the weight for the 6.0-liter V12 engine -- anticipated to come with a 55-horse Boost over the current DBS for a solid 565 horsepower. And listen to that noise!!Pure Aston Martin growl!! Enjoy this incredible concept!Then, subscribe to my channel! Carlo UPDATE: The production model will be probably named " Vanquish"!
BMW Zagato Coupé: Cool Details and Great Sound
Directly from the Concorso D'Eleganza that took place this weekend, here's the great looking BMW Zagato Coupé. This wonderfull concept that has just been unveiled is based on a BMW Z4 35Is while the bodywork has been completely re-done by Zagato, a well-know italian designer that already worked with Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Bentley... In my video you can also enjoy some great revs of this car! It has a nice sound too, right? Enjoy this great looking concept! As always, don't forget to subscribe to my channel!! Carlo
An Icon: 1996 McLaren F1 GTR
No need for fancy titles: I give you the almighty McLaren F1 GTR. This car need no introduction: you used to drive it on the most popular racing games! The McLaren F1 GTR was a racing variant of the McLaren F1 sports car first produced in 1995 for grand touring style racing, such as the BPR Global GT Series, FIA GT Championship, JGTC, and British GT Championship. It is most famous for its overall victory at the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans where it beat out faster purpose-built prototypes. McLaren F1 GTRs raced internationally until 2005 when the final race chassis was retired. I'm not sure about chassis number of this car, but I know that there are many F1 experts that can help me! Enjoy this incredible F1!Subscribe to my channel!! Carlo
The Porsche Speedster - Dinasty Reunited
The Porsche Speedster dinasty reunited in one place! The Speedster models are caracterized by the low, steeply raked windscreen and a low sleek line with the hood raised or stored away under the double humped rear fairing. The story of the Porsche Speedster dates back to the 1954 when the first 356 Speedster, the so-called "Pre-A", was introduced with a 1500cc engine: only 1,234 were produced and the one you see here is one of them! In 1987 the first official 911 Speedster was introduced by Porsche at the Frankfurt MotorShow. A total of 2,104 3.2 Carrera Speedsters were produced between January 1989 and July 1989. Launched in 1992 as a 1993 model, the 964 Porsche Speedster was based on the Carrera 2 cabriolet and served as a hybrid between a 964 Carrera 2 Cabriolet and a 964 RS. Porsche planned to build 3,000 examples of the 964 Speedsters in 1992 but only 936 examples were actually built and sold! Finally in 2010 Porsche brought back the Speedster with the 997 model and produced only 356 Speedster to celebrate the original Speedster! This is just a quick summary of the huge history surrounding the Porsche Speedster name, for more informations head over to: www.speedsters.com It has been an incredible experience being able to film the entire Speedster line-up and I want to thank everyone who made it possible. Enjoy! Subscribe to my channel! Check out my Facebook page for all the best automotive based content: https://www.facebook.com/SupercarsHeaven