Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Wei Long Edition

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Wei Long Edition

An exclusive, one of a kind Bugatti is being released for the Beijing 2012 auto show. Showcasing and celebrating the Year of the Dragon, this car is magnificent.

Bugatti’s Wei Long 2012 is a take on the company’s Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport and was specifically made just for China. This one of a kind car and boasts an almost 2.1 million dollar price tag. The eight liter engine is backed with a 987 HP output power and will reach a top speed of roughly 230 miles per hour.

Bugatti Wei Long is a two door open top sports machine with a white exterior and plush red interior leather seats. The floor mats are pure red silk and the luxury continues throughout the entire vehicle. Dragons are the forefront of the vehicle with over 20 imprints of a dragon featured within the cars design. A porcelain dragon is embossed on the fuel tank cap. A special silk embroidered dragon is located on the head rest. The whole car is Bugatti’s tribute to the Year of the Dragon in China.

This exclusive vehicle will be available for purchase at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show. Bugatti Veyron Wei Long edition is luxury, speed, and beauty with a price tag to match.

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2004 Porsche Carrera GT

First appearing at the 2000 Paris Motor Show at the Lourve Museum, the 2004 Porsche Carrera GT is a two-seat roadster which features a V10 engine with a performance of 0 to 60 mph in less than 4 seconds. This supercar showcased innovative technology and materials like the monocoque and subframe being made from carbon fiber and a spoiler that deploys into the air at the 70 mph mark. Also, it is fitted with a Carbon fiber reinforced Silicon Carbide ceramic braking system, as well as a front and rear suspension that consists of push-rod activated shock absorbers.

As for the exterior design of the car, the most notable are the large inlets located on the sides and air dams that not only look futuristic but serve the functional purpose of cooling the large V10 engine. The 2004 Porsche Carrera GT came in five basic colors that included Guards Red, Basalt Black, Fayence Yellow, Seal Gray, and GT Silver. In regards to the interior of the 2-door roadster, soft, supple leather and a Bose audio and navigating system were options, where as the traditional left sided ignition came stock in every vehicle.

The 2004 Porsche Carrera GT was manufactured from 2004 to 2006 in Germany and became known as one of the top sports cars of the 2000’s. From its ancestral ties with Le Mans racing to its cutting edge design and technology, this famous roadster is a true testament to the fact that great things really do come in small packages.

2004 Porsche Carrera GT Gallery

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2010 Noble M600


The 2010 Noble M600, a punchy throwback supercar powered by a Volvo developed Yamaha 650 horsepower twin turbo V8 and purposefully devoid of modern computerized niceties commonly found on expensive sports cars today, is not for the spoiled namby-pamby driver. An intentionally raw and unsophisticated old-school styled sports car, the M600, with its lightweight carbon fiber body and steel tubed framing, accelerates from a standstill to 60 miles per hour in just under 3 seconds and has a top speed that sneaks up to nearly 225 miles per hour. Intentionally built without air bags, ABS, stability control, all-wheel drive, electronic controlled adjustable damping, and automated shift paddles, the 2010 Noble M600 is designed for people passionate about driving.

The 2010 Noble M600, stripped of both unnecessary and overcompensating computerized assistance and any unneeded fashion oriented accessories, heavily rewards the skilled driver and creates an instinctual handling and accelerating atmosphere for anyone who grasps its steering wheel and six-speed floor mounted shift lever.

Noble’s quality engineering and handmade craftsmanship are brought to light in an uncivilized, uncorrupted and pure driver controlled experience. As a powerful and unrestrained low-production British supercar not likely to be street-legal on American roads anytime soon, the Noble M600 seems all the more exotic.

2010 Noble M600 Photo Gallery

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