McLaren P1

Introduction The British engineered Mclaren P1 is a next generation vehicle from the Mclaren F1 which was discontinued in 1998. The Mclaren P1 was produced in 2013 and is limited to 375 units. The next updated version of P1 for the track is the McLaren P1 GTR and is limited to 35 units. Only the existing P1 owners can apply to purchase one. The combined power output and performance dynamics are …

Pagani Huayra

Introduction The Pagani Huayra is an Italian mid-engined sports car produced by Pagani. It is named after Huayra-tata, a Quechua wind god. The Huayra is limited to 100 units as agreed with engine supplier Mercedes-AMG. Pagani is an manufacturer of hypercars and carbon fibre. The company was founded in 1992 by Argentinian Horacio Pagani. Under the hood Pagani partnered with Mercedes Benz AMG in building the Huayra’s unique twin turbocharged 6. 0L V12 engine. …

Ferrari LaFerrari

Introduction The company began in 1947 when the first Ferrari was created and is known as the 125 S which was powered by a 1.5 L V12 engine. The 125 S made its competitive debut at the Piacenza Circuit on May 11th 1947. Ferrari has always been developing sports cars, and the story all started on the race tracks. The Ferrari LaFerrari is the successor of the Ferrari Enzo Ferrari and Ferrari’s first hybrid vehicle. Unlike its two …

Bugatti Chiron

Introduction Bugatti is one of the best high-performance luxury car manufacturers. All cars produced by the company are known for their class, style, performance, and comfort. From the beginning of the Bugatti history, the company has a reputation for building expensive and luxurious sports cars. The Veyron had 1,000 horsepower when Bugatti launched it in 2005; the Chiron is also powerful, fast and expensive too. They have now put in a 1,500 horsepower engine into …