From the outset, Audi’s engineers would seem to have set their sights with the R8 on competing directly with the Porsche 911, in-particular the all-wheel drive 997 Carrera 4S. In profile, its hunkered-forward lines are sleek and appealing.The 414hp engine (414hp) with assorter set of exhaust pipes gives it an aggressive and absolutely delicious growl. .Jam the accelerator and 0-100km/h comes along in a blistering 4.6 sec.
he FERRARI California is powered by a 4.3L V8 delivering 454 HP. Turn the Manettino dial to Sport and the California instantly begins breathing fire. Take control of gear shifts with the steering wheel mounted paddle shifters and the Ferrari California instantly becomes entertaining. Lower the roof and the vertically stacked exhausts reach their maximum boisterous potential in no time. The howl from the exhaust reaches a crescendo near the red-line before a shotgun like echo erupts as you change up a gear. It sounds incredible.
The Porsche 911 Carrera makes a clear statement, emphasizing that the primary feature in this case is sporting grip on the rear drive wheels. The result is very sporting and dynamic driving behavior at all times providing excellent grip and road holding particularly at high and very high speeds. Developing appox 380 bhp, the flat-six delivers its power to all four wheels A standard feature is electronic Porsche Stability Management (PSM), which ensures a particularly high standard of driving safety on the road. The Porsche 991 3.6 liter Carrera was released to improve even further from the previous generations. Obviously the biggest change came from the improved power plant. The increased engine capacity bumped this 911′s power to almost 400 horsepower ensuring you’ll appreciate the Porsche Carrera and its state of the art engine as one of the best choices
The new Porsche Boxster offers increased power from its flat-six engines in addition to a host of other developments introduced with the intention of keeping the mid-engined sports car at the top of its class. The Boxster needs only 6.2 seconds to sprint from 0-100 km/ Top speed is 256 km/h. The chassis offers greater driving pleasure and at the same time enhanced active and passive safety. Larger wheels and a wider track clearly emphasise the further development of the body shape and symbolise the increase in performance. When viewed from the side, the rear air vents, the bold door sills, the large window glass area, and the newly-designed, larger diameter wheels are dominant The new Boxster also features a five-speed Tiptronic S transmission.
The Bentley Continental Flying Spur is powered by a 6.0L W12 Powerplant delivering 400Kw. Plant your foot flat to the floor in any gear or at any speed and you’re instantly, without any lag what so ever, slammed back into your seat as the W12 roars to life. This becomes rather addictive after a while and unlike some ultra-luxury sports cars, you won’t be getting used to the car’s acceleration any time soon. It can go from 0-160km/h in just 8.9 seconds (faster than most cars get to 100km/h) and a tp speed in excess of 310km/h mind blowing stuff. So Bentley presents an experience like no other, mixing efficient German supercar engineering and reliability with exclusive luxury reserved for royalty.
OVERVIEW The Continental GT V8 S’s new front bumper incorporates an inverted aerofoil-like design, instantly evoking the passion and drama of the racetrack, while a new and innovative lip-style spoiler adorns the rear, providing greater bite in every turn. To herald these changes, a dynamic and newly designed Bentley ‘B’ fender vent is located behind each front wheel. Inside, a redesigned three-spoke steering wheel with paddle-shift gear selectors creates a more intense handling experience. While, the ﬂowing lines of straight-ﬂute upholstery tightly wrap the seats, conveying purposeful movement, even when the car is still. And beneath the bonnet of the new Continental GT V8 S beats a monstrous heart: a 4.0 litre, twin-turbocharged V8 engine, with the power to generate 520 bhp (389 kW / 528 PS @ 6,000 rpm). At 1,700 RPM the GT V8 S generates 680 Nm of torque – even more than the 660 Nm achieved by its sibling, the GT V8. From a standing start the GT V8 S will reach 60 miles per hour in 4.3 seconds, before climbing all the way to its top speed of 192 mph (309 km/h).