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The attractiveness and mystique of the color black are never simple enough to convey into words. The engineers at Porsche, however, think they have the solution, in the form of 911 Carrera. The so called 911 Black Edition consists of both Coupe and Cabriolet versions of the 911, “blacked out” in both exterior paint job and interior appointments. Added are sports design steering wheel, 19-inch wheels found on 911 Turbo II, and a special emblem on the dashboard marking the edition. Under the hood, you will find the same 345 horsepower, 3.6 liter engine. Limited to only 1,911 units, the Porsche 911 Carrea Black Edition is a rare vehicle that needs to be experienced to be enjoyed. Rent it today.
Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder
There's still plenty to like about the Gallardo, particularly the Spyder, which provides the thrilling combination of Lamborghini thrills and top-down sunshine. The all-wheel-drive Gallardo Spyder is powered by a 5.0-liter V10 that produces 512 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque. Our Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder is equipped with a six-speed automanual transmission known as e-gear making it available to all renters. The sprint from zero to 60 mph should take around 4 seconds. At full throttle, the V10 produces a sweet soundtrack truly befitting a Lamborghini. With 512 hp on tap, the 2008 Gallardo is capable of warp speed from any gear. And with saner dimensions, traditional doors and a more habitable cockpit, it's the first Lamborghini in decades to be considered actually livable. The Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder includes a suspension lift system to prevent front spoiler scrapes, carbon-ceramic brakes, a rearview camera, heated seats and side mirrors, and a navigation system. The cockpit features comfortable seating that won't leave you reaching for the painkillers after a long trip, while the driving position is a big improvement over past Lambos.
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Audi R8 Coupe
The attention-grabbing Audi R8 is an immensely capable supercar that's docile enough to be driven every day. It all starts with that 4.2-liter 420-horsepower V8, which is one of our favorite engines currently in production. The R8 sports a midmounted 4.2-liter V8 — clearly visible through the R8's distinctive transparent engine cover — that churns out 420 hp and 317 pound-feet of torque. Power flows to all four wheels (56 percent to the rears by default) through either a traditional six-speed manual transmission or Audi's six-speed R tronic automated manual Power is sent to all four wheels in typical Audi fashion, and it's supported by communicative steering and brilliant handling. Standard equipment includes 19-inch wheels, a retractable rear spoiler, xenon headlights, LED brake lights and turn signals, leather and Alcantara upholstery, power-adjustable sport seats, aluminum trim, automatic climate control, Bluetooth connectivity and a seven-speaker stereo with a six-CD changer. The Audi R8 looks every bit the exotic, a silhouette that seems designed for high-speed runs with extensive ductwork for engine cooling and brake venting, and huge wheels with a staggered size, front to back. You don’t have to drive the R8 at illegal speeds to enjoy it, though it sure does have a presence on the racetrack.
Bentley GTC Mulliner
The Bentley Continental GTC convertible and GT coupe, both two-door versions, and the Bentley Continental Flying Spur four-door sedan. All are powered by a 6.0-liter W12 engine with 552 horsepower and 479lb of torque. The console or paddle-shifted six-speed automatic transmission, and all-wheel drive, and all use fully independent automatic air suspension with four drive. Mulliner Driving Specification package comprises of 20-inch 2-piece, 7-spoke alloy sports wheels with drilled alloy sports foot pedals and footrest. Sporting gear lever finished in knurled chrome and hides with bold two-tone leather and veneer combinations. Diamond quilted hide to facings, doors and rear quarter panels embroidered ‘Bentley’ marque emblem to seat facings. The indented hide headlining with Dark-stained Burr Walnut or Piano black veneer and the last finishing touch. All in all, the Bentley Continental GTC is the gentleman's supercar.
Ferrari 430 Coupe
The Ferrari mystique encompasses more than performance, though that surely is in plentiful supply. Head-turning style, performance, intoxicating engine notes and exclusivity all contribute to the allure of this Italian automaker's exotic sports cars. With nearly 500 horsepower bellowing forth from its V8, the F430 is capable of prodigious performance, such as zero to 60 in around 4 seconds and a top speed approaching 200 mph. Of course, the F430 is more than a bullet in a straight line — a finely balanced chassis and ultra-communicative steering provide plenty of thrills on a twisty road.. When the whip is cracked, this thoroughbred will gallop to 60 mph in around 4 seconds and top out just shy of 200 mph. zipping by slower traffic is second nature, thanks to the ultra-responsive F1 transmission. Through the steering and suspension, the F430 superbly connects the driver to the road, and handling is balanced and rewarding for the advanced driver. For maximum driving thrills, it doesn't get much better than this.
Aston Martin Vantage
Far from mundane, the Aston Martin Vantage combines perfectionist art with outstanding performance engineering. Deriving its name for the 1970’s – era Vantage , few exotic sports cars comes close to the latest model’s uniqueness. Starting from the engine , this wonderful tool gives out 346lb of torque at 5,000 rpm , 420 hp and a 21.1 gallon fuel tank that give economy of 12/19pmg.With all that power comes the breaking and suspension backed by stability control, ventilated four-wheel disc brakes , and rear limited-slip differential. The interior is the most prized possession of this vehicle with endless accessories and interior features. The finest leather trims the steering well, radar parking assist, intelligent driver and passenger front airbag, and driver/passenger vanity mirror to top things off. So for a night on the town or to evoke your inner James Bond…the Aston Martin Vantage is the luxury vehicle for you.
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2014 Porsche Panamera S
The Porsche Panamera is no longer described as the first four-door in Porsche’s production, but as a luxury sedan that’s style innovation and refined. With many cosmetic enhances such as the redesign of the hood, vehicle extension, and the rear window and valance are wide this vehicle is definitely one to compete with. The standard V-6 3.0L engine produces a healthy 420hp & 384 lb-ft powering at 0-to-60mph in 4.9 sec. As with the previous generation, there’s plentiful cargo space in the interior the Panamera with the rear seats laid flat. The hatchback-like silhouette adds clearance for larger packages or luggage.With the addition of the Executive version which allows you to enjoy the heated and ventilated rear seats, rear cabin lighting packages, and an additional 6 degrees or seatback adjustment. As for safety, Porsche offers a full accompaniment of side, front, knee, and curtain airbags as standard, plus additional seat belt pre-tensioners, manual seat belt height adjustment, and LATCH child seat mounts, also standard on all models. Bluetooth, Slide/Tilt moon roof, ParkAssist are also a few more gifts that this luxury sedan offers. The Panamera beats competition hands down when it comes to handling, no car in this sector corners as sportscar-like as the Panamera.
Bentley Continental Flying Spur
Capable of super speeds, the Bentley Continental Flying Spur is focused on a refined, sophisticated driving experience. It's strong, silent, and fast, as it should be. The engine emits a low, distant rumble and pairs it with a slight turbo whoosh, though it's all muted properly, and thanks to a complex computer-controlled suspension, the Spur feels tremendously stable even when the road coarsens. The Bentley Continental Flying Spur goes rogue under the hood, where it features a twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter W-12 engine that produces 552 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. The justification for the Flying Spur's incredible price is in craftsmanship; it's hand-fitted with leather, wood, and chrome details that make "cheaper" cars like the Mercedes-Benz S-Class seem pedestrian. Front and center on the dash is a Breitling timepiece, flanked by a steering wheel in hand-stitched leather, stainless-steel pedals and footrest, and real chrome pulls for the air vents. A posh luxury cruiser, the Continental Flying Spur is a fine example of classic British design equivalent to a leather-lined approximation of a men's club smoking room.