The World's Sexiest Sports Car!!!! The Aston Martin V8 Vantage is balanced in proportion and motion and a true sports car. On curvy roads it moves confidently and elegantly. The Vantage has been voted the world’s sexiest and most stylish cars four years in a row. Aggressive beauty, distinctive style, all packed into a special edition Vantage with 420 horsepower that expires to an exhilarating 0-60 MPH in 4.5 seconds.
Open up to a very different world. The Bentley continental GT takes driving to a new level. The spacious interior and premium leather hides seats four of your closest friends in complete British luxury. The interior dash is carved from wood exclusively farmed next to Buckingham Palace. With its permanent all wheel drive and its exhilarating power, the Continental GT is arguably the most powerful super car in its class. As you feel the tidal surge of irresistible torque from the 6.0 liter twin turbo W12 engine or the creamy four-wheel drive. Enjoy all things alfresco and be visible to the world in the accepted aristocratic style. The Bentley Continental GT is the epitome of luxury, style and appeal for years is the choice of hundreds of celebrities, athletes, kings, queens and billionaires.
There's always been much more to Ferrari's than just phenomenal performance -- their styling, exclusivity and sheer presence all play a part in their allure. Since the 1970s, Ferrari's line of mid-engine V8-powered sports cars has provided the most "affordable" means of accessing this mystique, though some of these cars have been more successful than others. While most offered a level of performance that few cars could match, more recent years have ushered in new competition, which effectively addressed the Ferrari's weaknesses while improving upon its strengths. The famous sports-car maker from Maranello Italy answered with the Ferrari F430 coupe that never fails to deliver. …. It’s Italian power at its finest.
California is a different sort of state and it's a different sort of Ferrari, too. The Ferrari California is a convertible grand tourer with a retractable hard-top. It represents several firsts for Ferrari: first front engine Ferrari with a V8, first to feature a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, first with a folding metal roof, first with multi-link rear suspension, and the first with direct injection. This Italian exotic is a 4-seat convertible with a power folding hard top. The standard 460-horsepower 4.3-liter V8 engine sends power through 7-speed dual clutch transmission with F1-style steering column-mounted shift paddles that allow for extremely quick gear changes. Its luxury, sophistication and brute power packed into a 1-2-3 punch of exhilaration.
The 458 Italia continues to grow from strength to strength and has garnered over 30 international awards. It has won a host of awards from the USA to the Far East and Europe. There's nothing quite like the sound of the Ferrari 458 Italia's engine that screams only a few inches from the driver's head. Powering the rear-wheel-drive Ferrari 458 Italia is a 4.5-liter V8 that produces 562 horsepower and 398 pound-feet of torque. A seven-speed dual-clutch automated manual is the only transmission offered. Ferrari estimates acceleration from zero to 60 mph takes 3.4 seconds. Handling is likewise impressive, with lightning-quick steering and a very high level of driver engagement the 458 Italia is by far the best Ferrari to date and has won over 100 awards and was voted car of the year for 2012.
The Lamborghini Gallardo ranks number 1 out of all exotic sports cars in its class. It has one-of-a-kind exterior styling, insane performance and a fantastic interior. The characteristics combine to create one of the fastest, sexiest sports cars on the market. Without a doubt the Lamborghini Gallardo is a great specimen that will create excitement and fan fare both on and off the road. If you are in the mood to experience the fantasy that every one dreams of take this one of a kind beauty home today.
TThe Murcielago (pronounced "Mercy-ell-ah-go") is Lamborghini's flagship and as such is essentially an evolution of the previous Diablo. Its 6.2-liter V12 engine mounted amidships, has numerous high-tech engineering features to help both maximum power overall smoothness and tractability. The 6.2-liter V12 engine fills the Murcielago's engine bay, and it produces 580 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and 479 pound-feet of torque at 5,400. All that brute force is fed through a paddle-shifted sequential gearbox, dubbed E-gear. Zero to 60 mph happens in about 3.8 seconds, and the car will run up to about 205 mph if given the room and it will have you screaming to St. Christopher for mercy.
The Maserati GranTurismo expresses dynamic tension and a sporty edge: the large oval grille, the bodywork that seems to be drawn tight over the frame like a figure hugging dress, right down to the rear flanks. Pininfarina has created an elegant and sensual look around the idea that is the GranTurismo project. Sportiness is combined with true space for four. This sleek appearance, combined with solidity, and grace provokes a fascinating mix of sensations. Unique and unmistakably Maserati, the GranTurismo’s grille features concave vertical slats. A chrome Trident logo is suspended in its center. The front headlights are aggressive additions to the radically sloping front bumper, a stylistic element that has long distinguished Maserati coupés. In the space between the crests of the front fenders is the traditional long, low hood. The bonnet’s classic ‘V’ shape is a feature that is echoed throughout the car. The GranTurismo transcends style and instead enters into the rarefied world of true beauty reinvented with a balance of grace and aggression.
Ask any of your car connoisseur friends to describe the Lotus Elise, and they'll tell you it's a sports car for purists, a racecar for the streets, and the closest thing to a Formula car they've ever dreamt about driving. And as cliché and annoying as they'll sound, they'll be right on all counts. Power for the Elise comes from a Yamaha-built, Toyota-badged 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Lotus fitted unique intake and exhaust components, as well as a reworked engine controller, to broaden the engine's power band and push peak hp to 189 at 7,800 rpm. Torque peaks at 133 pound-feet at 6,800 rpm. Lotus claims a 0-60-mph time of just 4.9 seconds. It delivers the power of a rocket packed into a small package. It surely proves size does not matter.