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SSC Tuatara Finds 10 Buyers In Dubai

SSC Tuatara Finds 10 Buyers In Dubai

The rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. Or, so the saying goes. A lot of the world’s wealthy are doing well, and the evidence shows up in luxury car sales. Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz are posting record global sales, and not only mainstream luxury brands. Aston Martin, Bentley and Rolls-Royce are […]

Shelby SuperCars Introduces New Supercar, Names it Tuatara

Shelby SuperCars Introduces New Supercar, Names it Tuatara

Shelby SuperCars made a big splash with its Aero and Ultimate Aero supercars. Here was a small American company challenging the Volkswagen Group’s Bugatti Veyron for title of world’s fastest production car. The Veyron was developed with great care and expertise, as well as with a no-expense spared development program. Undaunted, SSC’s Ultimate Aero achieved […]

The Updated 2009 SSC Ultimate Aero

The Updated 2009 SSC Ultimate Aero

SSC already has the bragging rights to the producing the fastest car in the world, but perhaps due to being a bit fearful of either Bugatti or Koenisegg, the U.S. based company has tuned their supercar to be even faster. The most significant change is a brand new one-piece billet engine block, made from aluminum. […]

Fastest Production Cars in the World - Quick Update

Fastest Production Cars in the World – Quick Update

Back in March I wrote a post listing the 10 Fastest Cars in the World. It was hugely popular (and still is,) but I’ve received so many comments telling me that the list isn’t accurate anymore. I plan to do another comprehensive post on this in the future, but for now here is a quick […]

Top 10 Supercars of 2006

Top 10 Supercars of 2006

Supercars.net just released their 3rd annual “Top 10 Supercars” list for 2006. First place is a no-brainer, but there are a couple of surprises. Keep reading for the list: Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina The car has been designed, engineered and built entirely by Pininfarina, bringing to life something that, just a few months earlier, was […]