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The Art Of Speed


The Art Of Speed
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A Ferrari F430, sharing some parts with the Enzo, exclusive Goodyear Eagle F1 tires were designed for this car. The 430 was the successor of the 360 and features a 483 hp 4.3 liter V8 of a shared design with Maserati. The F430 has been replaced by the 458 Italia. This F430 was photographed on the famous Ocean Drive, Miami.

A BMW Z4 E89, this model replaces the E85 Z4. The E89 is a coupe-convertible with a folding hardtop and has now grown-up pitching between the Mercedes-Benz SLK and the SL. BMW has achieved great performance with efficiency using twin turbos and precise fuel injection. All Z4s come with straight 6 engines, the higher end models feature twin turbochargers and an aluminum crankcase. Output of 300hp means the Z4 sDrive35i accelerates to 60 mph in just 5.1 seconds. This one looks great standing still and has been photographed on a deserted road in Arizona.

A Lamborghini Reventon, one of the rarest and most powerful cars ever. Costing one million Euros or $1.25 million. This car features a tuned version of the Murcielago LP640 V12, rated at 640 hp or 480 kW. This accelerates the Reventon to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.4 seconds and on to a top speed of over 210 mph. You will probably never see a one in real life, Lamborghini have only produced 20 cars. This car has been photographed on the Bolivian salt flats.

A BMW E46 330i, a car that experienced enormous success in all markets and was widely considered the performance benchmark of its class. BMW sold over half a million E46s worldwide in 2002 alone. This car was chosen for Car and Driver Magazine's "10 Best Cars" every single year of its production. This car features custom ‘angel eyes’ headlights and has been photographed at speed in the Cyprus mountains.

An Aston Martin DBS, replacing the 2004 Vanquish S as the flagship of the marque. This model was unveiled at the 2007 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. The car is built in the UK and the engine is built in Cologne, Germany. A 6 liter V12 with 4 valves per cylinder also used in the DBR9 and DBRS9 racing cars. Here in road guise the DBS delivers 510 hp and 570 Nm of torque. Performance figures are 0-62 mph in 4.3 seconds and a top speed of 191 mph. This one has been captured at White Sands, New Mexico.

A Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, the baby of the Lamborghini range and their most popular car with over 10,000 built. This Lamborghini packs a 5 liter V10 producing 512 bhp or 382 kW powering it from 0-62 in 4.2 seconds and on to 192 mph. The Gallardo shares its platform with the Audi R8. This one is a rare sight in the Arizona painted desert.

Lastly and by no means least we have a McLaren Mercedes SLR. This is an awesome car in every way. The SLR It features a hand-built 5.4-litre, supercharged V8. The supercharger feeds twin intercoolers, giving 617hp or 460 kW and torque is 780 Nm or 580 lb-ft. The marriage of a formula one team and Mercedes has produced some incredible technology. Here we have carbon fiber body construction, active aerodynamics, an air brake, brake-by-wire and carbon-ceramic discs.
The brakes have been shown to stop like an F1 car. Acceleration from 0-62 mph takes just 3.1 seconds, 0-100 mph takes 7.5 seconds and top speed is 220mph or 354 km/h. The car has completed the quarter mile run in 11.5 seconds at 126mph.
This one has been shot on the salt flats of Utah.

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