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  1. Yes, the Fairlady Z is making a come back, after 12 years... Err @Jamesc are you one of the board of directors? You just mentioned the new Z days ago! One of the Nissan model I am eagerly anticipating (although sport car is not really my cup of tea), and hopefully it stick to the original sleek design in its early days. From the video, am I the only one to see hint of the 1st gen Fairlady Z?
  2. Lotus's Last Internal-Combustion Car Will Be an Entry-Level Daily Driver source: https://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/future-cars/a32235575/lotus-entry-level-daily-driver-confirmed/ According to CEO Phil Popham, it will take design cues from the $2.5-million Evija EV hypercar. Currently, the cheapest Lotus you can buy in America is the $96,950 Evora GT. That's out of reach for most people, which is why the company is planning a new entry-level car to slot below it in the lineup. And it'll be the brand's last car powered by an internal combustion engine. Above, the 2010 Lotus Elise concept. In an interview with Automotive News Europe, Lotus Phil Popham confirmed the car's existence, saying it will be priced between £55,000 and £100,000 (around $68,000 and $123,000)—well below the Evora's price range. Popham said the car, which has yet to be named, will take design inspiration from Lotus's $2.5-million Evija EV hypercar, and be built in a new factory extension at the company's existing Hethel facility. It will have enough interior space for daily usage, according to the CEO. It will be revealed sometime between late this year and early 2021. The new car is part of a plan to boost volume for the small British manufacturer from the current 1600 cars a year to around 5000 a year, with assistance from parent company Geely. Popham said future additions to the lineup could include a sporty sedan or SUV. "Our focus now is on sports cars, but we do think the brand has the potential to move into other segments," Popham told Automotive News Europe."And Geely has expertise in areas such as electrification and autonomous driving."
  3. Interesting scheme for those Itchy Backsai.... https://www.asiaone.com/lifestyle/singapore-first-netflix-cars-lets-you-switch-between-ferraris-porsches-and-maseratis
  4. ChaosMyth

    2018 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

    Aston Martin Debuts an All-New $300,000 DBS Superleggera Coupe The $304,995 V12 will compete against Ferrari’s 812 Superfast. Aston Martin has just debuted the DBS Superleggera on Tuesday, June 26. Based on Formula One styling, the $304,995 coupe will replace the Vanquish, a so-called super-grand touring two-door that Aston Martin has made since 2001. The new car revives two historic nameplates from the Aston Martin line: The DBS title first appeared in a line of coupes starting in 1967, while Superleggera, which means “super light” in Italian, hasn’t been used since the DB4 Superleggera stopped production in 1961. The DBS Superleggera has a bi-turbo, 5.2-liter V12 engine that will be the basis for all forthcoming V12 models as well, since it is highly modifiable and can allow the integration of improvements for various trim lines and future products. The engine made its debut in this year’s DB11 coupe. It gets 715bhp and 664 pound-feet of torque—an astounding amount, considering that even 10 years ago only the most expensive, crazy-looking hypercars crested the 700hp mark. This one looks as if it could saunter down a high-fashion runway. It will give the 789-horsepower Ferrari 812 Superfast a firm challenge for dominance within the set. (The 812 Superfast, by the way, is the only other front-engine, rear-wheel drive, luxury super GT car on the market today. The British company is targeting Ferrari in other ways too.) Zero to 62 miles per hour in the Superleggera is 3.4 seconds. Top speed is 211mph.
  5. Carbon82

    Super Car Taxi

    Lamborghini Huracan Taxi In a UK first, Wolverhampton council has granted a private hire car license to a supercar. The Lamborghini Huracan, worth at least £180,000 ($260,000, €230,000), will be the first taxi of its kind in the UK. The green Lambo is more than likely the only taxi you'll ever get with a five-litre engine and a top speeds of over 200mph. Admittedly, the streets of Wolverhampton aren't be the best place to put your foot down. If you think black cabs are expensive, Wolverhampton's Lamborghini might be out of your price range. The minimum charge for a journey is £349 for 90 minutes.
  6. Berncsp76

    Ah Beng versus Police

    Anyone posted this already? Find it very funny... The mata also buay tahan...ask him dun "limpeh limpeh" ... rough translation: Ah beng started to film this entire conversation with him and the police. He mentioned he only know how to speak mandarin. So the police asked him what do he want, he brought the policemen to his car and activated the alarm system. The police asked him what happened earlier. He mentioned while he was drinking his coffee inside his car, his car alarm went off. The police also asked him to shut the alarm as it is too noisy. He replied saying he don’t know how to do so. He felt frustrated as the alarm went off repeatedly and wanted to go to work. He wanted the police to help him find the person who touched his car. The police then asked him if he had allowed the valet parking service personnel parked for him. He replied only himself can touch his car. https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=956548644390303&set=vb.416856241692882&type=2&theater