Bugatti Veyron Successor To Clear 60 MPH In Under 2 Seconds

Bugatti Veyron successor

Following the lengthy farewell ceremonies for the Bugatti Veyron, attention has turned to the successor. Word is circulating that the new champion could destroy the 0-60 mile per hour sprint in less than 2 seconds. Will the Bugatti Veyron successor be faster than her siblings?

Bugatti had stated previously that the successor would not be a speed demon, nor a threat to the original. It seems that the company may have changed their tune, and no one is likely to be upset about that. Perhaps when Hennessey swooped in with their Venom to steal the fastest production car title, it left a bit of a dent in Bugatti’s ego. Whatever the reason, it would certainly be welcomed for the Veyron successor to provide some shock and awe. read more

Put Spring Back into Your Step: Rent a Red Ferrari Italia Convertible in New Jersey

Ferrari Italia convertible rental NJ

If you have rented a Ferrari in the past but not one of the latest models–it is time to get your hands on the wheel again and raise that pulse! Nothing looks as good as our classic red Ferrari Italia convertible rolling through New Jersey in springtime–providing a fresh and fast pop of color and power to the once snow coated, sleepy roads. 

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Nothing grabs attention like the throaty roar of the Ferrari Italia 458. Ok, perhaps the mighty Bugatti Veyron could steal the limelight for a second, but the attention ultimately returns to a Ferrari because of the dynamic body styling and classic appeal. The bubbly Bugatti Veyron supercars are fast, but when it comes to something truly special to behold—that is Ferrari’s arena. read more

‘Furious 7’ Lykan Hypersport Skyscraper Action Could Work Because Science

Fans of the Fast and Furious franchise were treated to quite a few seemingly unbelievable stunts in ‘Furious 7’, including the Lykan Hypersport jumping from skyscrapers and landing in…other skyscrapers! But could the $3.4 million dollar hypercar actually pull that stunt off in real life? Science says perhaps!
The clip above details the Lykan Hypersport and offers a glimpse of the action:

Physics professor Lee Loveridge of Pierce College has mentioned that the death-defying skyscraper stunt in the film could possibly be the most plausible in terms of what is actually possible. By analyzing the actual measurements of the Etihad Towers, the space between them and then factoring in the power and momentum calculations for the car, it turns out that Dom and Brian could have actually managed the unbelievable stunt in reality. read more

LaFerrari Is Happy When it Rains

While the LaFerrari is nearly impossible to obtain and certainly well-shielded by those fortunate enough to own a specimen, it is nice to see one taken out and punished on the track in the rain as nature intended! Take in the view from the cockpit of the luscious LaFerrari as she tackles the track in the short video below:

Above is awesome footage of the powerful LaFerrari hyperbeast taking on the track in the rain. The car seems to manage just fine, regardless of weather conditions. That said–it might not be the greatest of inspirations to drive her on ice or snow! read more

Fast & Furious 7: One of 7 Lykan Hypersport Cars Makes Appearance

Lykan Hypersport

If the Lykan Hypersport is not famous yet, it will be when the Furious 7 movie comes out this weekend!

The next and (likely) final installment of the Fast and Furious series emerges next week, and the appearance of the rare Lykan Hypersport will be candy for the masses. The numerics are fun, because just 7 examples of the Lykan exist and it Furious 7. It is the most valuable vehicle used in the extremely popular series–though it will not even come close to snagging the spotlight from Paul Walker, as it is sadly the final film for the beloved superstar. read more

Unlikely Street Racing Video: Tesla Vs. Lamborghini

Admit it: If you owned a supercar like a Lamborghini Murcielago you would be tempted to street race. Street racing is very dangerous and illegal—but it still happens and we can’t help but inhale the footage. That said, check out this duel on the streets between the Lamborghini Murcielago and a Tesla Model S P85D that is circulating on YouTube!

The video is not exactly professional quality or choreographed, but it does provide an exciting glimpse of the beasts in their natural element. It is always exciting to see an exotic sports car out on the streets, even if you drive one everyday. That exhilaration is increased exponentially when there are two and they then begin to challenge one another. This is not a recommended or legal activity, of course, and we certainly do not encourage such behavior. The driver creating the video did not seem to have a chance at keeping up with the spectacle, and while it is not entirely clear what they are driving, it sounds as if every bolt is coming loose in the attempt! read more

How It Is Made: The Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron

Now that the production run of 450 Bugatti Veyron supercars has come to a halt with the very last unit sold, let us take a look at how the car is made. With a price range starting at a cool million USD–some considerable steps are taken to ensure the perfect beast. How the 1,001 horsepower, 263+ mile per hour Bugatti Veyron monster is made:

  • The Veyron has a production process that is unique to the model, with many steps designed and engineered specifically for a prescribed and unprecedented result.
  • While some parts are made in Germany and elsewhere, the car is built in Volkswagen’s Salzgitter plant. It is among the largest factories on the planet, but the Veyron is handcrafted in but a small space.
  • The magic begins with the special 16-cylinder engine, which is a pair of V8 engines mated together.
  • Each titanium, aluminum and aerospace-grade stainless steel component is hand delivered in custom sealed containers to prevent damage.
  • The carbon fiber cockpit surrounds passengers for strong protection—which is important when you consider that just 14 bolts hold the front and rear of the hypercar together. Each bolt is hand crafted and takes up to 5 weeks to complete. With any hope, even Chuck Norris could not break one.
  • With so much screaming power, it takes a full 10 radiators to keep the Veyron cool. Each unit is meticulously Dyno tested and driven 300 miles to ensure success and safety before meeting their owners.
  • But how to make all that speed stop? The Veyron boasts handmade carbon ceramic brakes capable of withstanding up to 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit. The brakes alone are no match for the car, however, so the rear wing activates to slow the car.


  • It takes a full week and a full force to make just one Bugatti Veyron supercar engine.
  • Aside from the many man-hours spent elsewhere on the assembly front, it takes 3 days to make the 250-part fuel tank.
  • Because no existing tires were a match for this monster–Michelin created some. They made a set for the road and one for the track, but that was not going to cut it for VW, who asked for a set capable of performing on both.
  • While a regular old tire can be made in a minute, it takes about an hour to make a Veyron tire…and far less to burn one up! Each set of wheels costs around $18k.
  • Overall: The Bugatti Veyron gets an impressive 3 miles per gallon and runs completely out of gas in 12 minutes. Hey, she is a thirsty lady.

Let’s wrap this up with some fun facts: Every Veyron is then driven 300 miles to ensure that the work was done properly.

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Video: Underground Racing Lamborghini Gallardo Beats Own Record Again

Check out this footage of another Underground Racing Lamborghini Gallardo beating the record for a half-mile sprint. The previous record was held by a different Lamborghini Gallardo, also tuned by Underground, which was taken from another before that. Does anyone notice a badass pattern developing here? Reputations for outstanding aftermarket tuning do not just form, they catapult over asphalt.

The clip above shows the 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP-570 Superleggera breaking the previous record with a rather throaty run of 233.88 miles per blistering hour. read more

2015 McLaren and Ferrari F1 Cars to Make Debut in Days

Ferrari F1

Ferrari will be touting the new Formula One car online on January 30th, 2015. What will the next-gen Ferrari F1 look and feel like? It will come out on the heels of the McLaren F1 beast, set to roll out on the 29th powered by Honda.

The next Ferrari F1 car is coming out in days, along with McLaren’s offering. It is gearing up to be a powerful racing season for all competing teams. 

This Ferrari F1 racer will take the place of the outgoing Ferrari F14T car and have 4-time Formula One champion driver Sebastian Vettel behind the wheel. Vettel signed over from Red Bull racing to Ferrari in a move that captured audiences worldwide. read more

Video: What is a McLaren P1 Doing at Ferrari’s Test Track?

The Ferrari brand is known for its fiercely aggressive approach to the sport of competition. That is why a McLaren P1 spotted putting around Ferrari’s private Fiorano track attracted much attention. What is a competitor doing prancing around the Horse’s playground?

The McLaren P1 supercar is competition. Watch it visit the Ferrari Fiorano private testing track in the short clip above.

While some are simply shocked that Ferrari would allow the competition time on their private track, the move is actually genius. Think about it: What better way to scope out what the McLaren P1 is capable of than to invite it over to play? It is like the old saying goes, “Keep your friends close but your enemies closer!” read more