First person in the world to own three of most exclusive hypercars: Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder
Multi-millionaire businessman Paul Bailey from East Midlands is believed to be the first person to own three of the most exclusive and brutally competing hypercars ever.
One particular unit of Lamborghini Huracan made history when it was brutally driven off road at 310 km/h, only to crash and burn. While many thought that was the end of that car, a lucky OLX user got his hands on the mangled remains, which he has enlisted in the classifieds site for sale.
Automobili Lamborghini has unveiled Huracan GT3 at its headquarters in Sant’Agata Bolognese. The mighty car is set to race in Blancpain Endurance Series in Europe, Asia and North America from 2015.
A proud owner of Lamborghini Huracan crashed at 310 kmph last September. Onboard video and crash site photos of the accident have emerged online.
Next generation Audi R8 supercar is set for public premiere at 2015 Geneva Motor Show. It will replace the 8-year old original R8 in March.
Audi India ushers in 2015 with its first launch today, the limited edition Audi R8 LMX of which only 99 vehicles are being sold globally.
After a quarter century since the original model was developed, new generation Acura NSX has been unveiled to the world at 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, and it is just as mesmerising as the old one then.
How often do you find super rare hypercars battling on tarmac with throttle wide open? Even on the internet. This is one of those. It can’t get any more exclusive as the contestants here are incredibly beautiful Ferrari LaFerrari and brutal beast named Bugatti Veyron.