The Lamborghini Pregunta, which made its debut at the 1998 Paris Auto Show, is now up for sale for 1.6 million euros, or $2.1 million. It was acquired by Autodrome, a French specialist in vintage exotics. The Pregunta was an aerospace-influenced supercar with carbon fiber bodywork, a 530-horsepower V12 and a claimed 207-mile-per-hour top speed. It employed rear-wheel drive instead of the Diablo’s all-wheel drive, was coated in the same paint used on the French military’s Dassault Rafale fighter jet and had fiber optic lighting, rear-view cameras and a GPS system. It was shown to the world at the 1998 Paris Motor Show, and again at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show. You can watch it hit the runway with a Rafale in the video below, then give AutoDrome a call if you’re interested.
Saturday, 14 July 2012
McLaren has revealed its new 12C Spider. McLaren has opted for a retractable hard top, which the company says takes around 17 seconds to put up or down. The MP4-12C Spider also treats occupants to a power wind deflector that can be raised or lowered behind the seats. Like the fully covered MP4-12C, the McLaren 12C Spider Convertible is powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine that will push it to 60 mph in less than 3.1 seconds. It tops off at 204 mph, a blinding speed that must feel exhilarating with the roof slid back. The convertible version of this new McLaren will begin shipping in November – be ready to spend $265,750 for the pleasure of ownership.
Sunday, 3 June 2012
We won’t be wrong if we say that this concept is the best Ferrari concept car from designers who have never worked in the design department of Ferrari. This extraordinarily beautiful super car is called Ferrari 612 GTO. The creator of this concept – Sasha Selipanov from Berlin, Germany.
Monday, 21 May 2012
Let us show you “Eco Perch” – quick to install luxury tree house unit created by East Sussex-based architecture and construction firm Blue Forest. “Assembled with natural materials, the structure may be implemented within 5 days, minimally impacting the landscape with adequate site preparation beforehand.
Friday, 18 May 2012
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
The Quad Deck Monster Jumbo concept has been designed inline with emerging trends for larger, more fuel efficient, more silent aircraft and for the interest of particular investment consortium. Constructing larger public transportation vehicles makes considerable sense in terms of sustainability and environmental best practice. Transporting more and more people to further away destinations without the need to refuel will inevitably peak around the size of the Monster Jumbo. This Airliner would be the largest airplane in the world by some way, capable of transporting 1,500 people half way around the world. By 2020, passengers will be able to fly within a four storey flying tower.Identified by many as being similar in many ways to the "Hughes H-4 Hercules", this Monsterjumbo is set for the record books if it receives suitable public and private support.