The first Lamborghinis were tractors, and they’re still made today. Indeed, Lamborghini had made himself a wealthy man through Lamborghini Trattori (tractors). In fact, this is wealth from his successful tractor business, he bought many different Ferrari’s, all with their own clutch problems.
In the world of supercars, rarer is better. In certain geographical locations where supercars are commoner than taxis, just knowing it’s unlikely you’ll see a car like yours down at the local shops is more important than Nürburgring lap times. So when a Porsche 918 or McLaren P1 is just a little too common for […]
When your given the opportunity to sit in a limited production, multi-million dollar supercar, you don’t say, “Can we reschedule for another time?” We didn’t want to lose our one opportunity to sit in an exotic sports machine and sample Monster’s definition of world-class, high-powered audio, so we waited for over 90 minutes and put […]
It’s hard to talk about the Aventador in comparison to any kind of normal driving or car ownership experience. A supercar or hypercar (or whatever they’re calling them these days) is so different in every way from even the nicest of production cars, that I don’t know how they can both be called cars. Sure, […]
More Italian style, more Italian exotics, and more photographs. Take a visual tour of our day at Concorso Italiano held at Laguna Seca Golf Ranch in Monterey as part of the Pebble Beach automotive week. We have lots of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Alfa Romeos and more to show you. Fantastico! Click this link if you missed […]
Two supercars spanning over three generations: Lamborghini Countach and the Aventador. Lamborghini Countach – The Countach became the de facto standard to follow when developing a car of exotic proportions in speed and look-at-me design. Exotic styling, exotic engine, exotic performance and uncompromising character contributed to its unchallengable status in supercar history. It was the […]
Photo gallery from the 2013 Concorso Italiano, held August 16th in Monterey, California. Nearly 1,000 cars of Italian origin covered the greens at Laguna Seca Golf Ranch in celebration of all things Italian. If you love the purr of an Italian engine and the beautiful lines by designer Sergio Pininfarina, then Concorso Italiano is the […]