Dejan Sokolovski is returning to Italian Car Scene with a stinger! A beautiful piece of photography showcasing some amazing design lines on the highly praised and popular Lamborghini Aventador is what we have installed for today. A photoshoot he made during his American Tour 2012 where him, William Stern and Webb Bland produced some high end stuff. Yes, they were doing some crazy cars, some really interesting shoots and came out with a ton of material, some we are about to show you right here. One of them is the Aventador shoot Dejan made during his stay in Las Vegas […]
First units of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta have just being delivered to their proud owners and Novitec Rosso already has some interesting upgrades for the V12 supercar at hand. We can certainly call Novited Rosso one of the leading Ferrari tuners out there and this just confirms that fact. Performance optimization and an even sportier exhaust note at the push of a button. The first performance package for the 6.3-liter V12 of the F12 Berlinetta leaves the inner workings of the engine untouched. Newly calibrated mapping for injection and ignition boost peak power output from standard 545 kW / 740 […]
PUR Wheels has teamed up with SR Auto Group in producing a very interesting Maserati GranTurismo setup. Wheels chosen for this matte black finished GT are PUR 1NE wheels in 21/22″ sizing. This makes one of our favorite cars ever shine in a completely new light! Here is a selection of photos from the build, heading to use straight from Pur Wheels and SR Auto Group, so enjoy them all. Hope to see more quality Italian car projects from these two in the future.
Lamborghini has finally unveiled its newest model, the Aventador Roadster. And no, it’s not a typo – you did expect a Lambo Spyder right? So did we. While there is no official explanation for this, we can confirm that it will use the same 6.5 litre V12 from the hardtop, meaning that it is capable to go from 0 to 100 km/h in three seconds and will eventually hit 349 km/h, again, same as the hardtop. This really proves that Italian convertibles are indeed as fast (or even faster) than their tin-roofed counterparts. There is also a new power rear […]