Collection Day - LaFerrari + 918 Spyder + P1 | The Holy Trinity of Hypercars
WORLD EXCLUSIVE - We accompanied Paul Bailey who was the first UK collector
to own all three hybrid hypercars. Watch as he arrives in the P1 to
collect the LaFerrari, then takes both to collect the 918 Spyder, then
drives away in all three. We also captured his first impressions behind the
wheel of the LaF and 918.
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insight into ownership experiences and exclusive events, in a series of
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Rinspeed's first underwater Car
Rinspeed will present its new sQuba, the worlds first diving car, at the
Geneva Motor Show (March 6-16). The car is not only able to drive on roads
autonomously with a push of a button (thus without a driver, passenger or
further assistance), but can also transform into an amphibious vehicle
which can be submerged in water up to 10 meters (33 feet). An electric
motor with powerful torque drives the rear wheels, while the propulsion on
the water is ensured by two propellers in the stern and two powerful jet
drives in the bow propelling the vehicle under water while diving. When
underwater, the driver and passenger are enclosed in the vehicle thanks to
light weight body components made of futuristic Carbon Nano Tubes and are
supplied with fresh breathing air by the self-contained on-board system.
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Ferrari 488 GTB
The Ferrari 488 GTB was unveiled today at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
On its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari 488 GTB sets a
new benchmark for the sports car sector. Forty years on from the launch of
Ferrari’s iconic first-ever mid-rear-engined V8 berlinetta, the 308 GTB,
the Ferrari 488 GTB opens a new chapter in the history of cars with this
Credit for this achievement must go to the Ferrari 488 GTB’s
revolutionary proprietary solutions which deliver a car at the top of its
class in terms of power output (670 cv) with engine and response times of
just 0.8 and 0.06 seconds respectively. Sophisticated dynamic vehicle
controls make this performance completely controllable even on the limit by
drivers of all abilities, resulting in the unique driving pleasure that
only a Ferrari can deliver.
Ferrari drew extensively on its experience in both Formula One and
endurance racing, bringing to the road the technology that delivered
victory in two editions of the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the title in the WEC
(World Endurance Championship). Also pivotal was the XX programme in which
Ferrari’s technicians have developed a unique knowledge of the dynamic
behaviour of extreme cars driven by non-professional drivers.
The 488 in the car’s moniker indicates the engine’s unitary
displacement, while the GTB stands for Gran Turismo Berlinetta, a reference
to its deep roots in Ferrari history.
Extreme power was a requisite for the car and is delivered by the new 3902
cc turbo engine coupled to a seven-gear
F1 dual-clutch gearbox featuring Variable Boost Management which optimally distributes
torque (a maximum 760 Nm in seventh gear). The Ferrari 488 GTB guarantees
exuberant performance that is absolutely exploitable to the fullest
regardless of driving conditions and is accompanied by a deep, seductive
soundtrack, the signature of all Ferrari engines.
The Ferrari 488 GTB’s revolutionary aerodynamics incorporate patented
solutions, such as the blown rear spoiler, as well as innovative features
like the 458 GT-derived aerodynamic underbody with vortex generators. The
result is a new efficiency record for a Ferrari (E=1.67). Downforce
increases to 325 kg at 250 km/h, thanks in part to active aerodynamic
devices which reduce drag whilst simultaneously generating downforce when
The Ferrari 488 GTB’s dynamic vehicle controls have also been further
evolved. It sports a new version of the Side Slip Control System (SSC2)
which, aside from just integrating with the car’s F1-Trac and E-Diff, now
also controls the active dampers. This renders the Ferrari 488 GTB’s
dynamic behaviour during complex manoeuvres even flatter and more stable,
so that less expert drivers can enjoy its potential to the fullest,
resulting in an extremely thrilling driving experience.
Designed by the Ferrari Styling Centre, the Ferrari 488 GTB’s sculptural
forms are completely new. They accentuate the car’s sportiness yet retain
the classically clean, pure lines typical of Ferrari’s legendary styling.
The seamless interweaving of form and function is clear in every detail, in
fact. Certain design elements also draw on styling cues from the past, not
least the 308 GTB-inspired scalloped flanks.
The Ferrari 488 GTB makes its debut in a new Rosso Corsa Met livery with
black and red technical fabric cabin trim, and in a Grigio Ferro Met livery
with black and Beige Tradizione leather interior trim.
FIRST LOOK: Ferrari 488 GTB - Geneva 2015
Taking a look at the new Ferrari 488 GTB, Ferrari's replacement for the 458
Italia with a 3.9l turbocharged V8 and
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The Ferrari Enzo WRC
The Ferrari Enzo, nothing can replace this! ( LaFerrari )!!
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Ferrari 488 GTB - Exclusive First View & Engine Sound
A friend of mine got invited at Ferrari's factory for the world premiere of
the Ferrari 488 GTB, the newly-revealed replacement of the 458. Sebastian
Vettel made his first appearance while revving a 488 GTB so here you
actually get to hear also the 3.8L 670hp V8 engine, seem to sound good!
Video shows also a walkaround tour inside and outside two different 488.
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Too low?? NAAAAH!!
I WILL REMOVE ANY RACIST, "HOW", OR "WHY DID HE GET UP THERE" COMMENTS.
TURN ON YOUR ANNOTATIONS AND/OR MAXIMIZE THIS DESCRIPTION AND READ MY FAQ
BEFORE ASKING STUPID QUESTIONS.
Q1: How did he get up there?
A: He angled himself at a ridiculous angle almost parallel to the curb to
get up there in the first place.
Q2: Why did he go up there?
A: Canibeat Photoshoot. u jelly?
Q3: How does he get down?
A: Refer to 1:55-2:43.
Q4: "Fucking Mexicans/beaners/etc."
A: Just because my username has the word "mexican" in it doesn't mean
everyone in this video is Mexican. So shut the fuck up.
Q5: Why does everyone laugh and nobody help him?
A: Refer to 1:00-1:18
Q6: What kind of car is that?
A: 2000 Toyota Celica GTS
Q7: What kind of body kit is that?
A: It's the TRD action package from Toyota. It's stock - therefore, not
Q8: What kind of rims are those?
A: 18x8.5"F and 18x9"R SSR D5R's wrapped in 215/40/18 all around.
Q9: Why am I (the reader) so homo?
A: Because you got referred to this FAQ after asking a stupid question or
making a stupid comment for which I can't give a single flying fuck about.
This is Nico, from the NewCelica.org forums, at the 2010 Chino Hills Celica
Meet trying to get down a tiny curb.
Beauty is pain...
THIS IS THE ORIGINAL VIDEO. There are a few people here on YouTube and on
some other sites that have this same video up, but just FYI, I am the one
taking this video.
Ferrari F50 SHOOTING FLAMES-Preview Video
Ferrari F50 with a Tubi Exhaust
Photos are here: http://exoticcarfotos.speedandmotion.com/FerrariF50/
Watch my channel for the full video with more flames, sound and action.
Cameras used: Canon 5DmkII, Canon T2i, ContourHD, Sanyo TH1. Full video
will also have footage from the Canon 1DmkIV and Sanyo HD1000.