My God...why the hell does the rear-end look EXACLTY like a Lexus?! Seriously. The "beige-mutation" that's spreading across all the brands in the small/mid-size sedan market is saddening :( »
I'd like to wager that its the weight distribution off the line that plays in the 911's advantage. With the ass-end having most of the weight AND awd and the 180lbs lighter weight, its all the little things that add up. Godzilla needs to go on a diet! »
That sinkhole sure did "hammer in" some creases into that Mallett Hammer Z06's bodywor.... wait, nevermind. I'll be in them thar corner right there in the fetal position.... :'( »
$kay, I almost thought that you may not be able to find a McLaren with a fair-maiden on top, but thank the car-gods I was so so wrong :) »
Interestingly enough, these MPG enhancing air-dam extension things are rubber/plastic-y so they can bend out of the way when needed :) »
Gioacchino Colombo, of Colombo V12 fame for Ferrari. He's the one responsible for designing the first V12 to be put in a Ferrari for old man Enzo, and the rest is history. I mean, just LOOK at it!
Also, DAT SOUND!
A Koenigsegg trying to put down 1,400 Horses through the REAR-WHEELS and can theoretically go over 280 MPH?! I'm not sure that the gravitational field generated by the "stones" required to take it to the limit would allow it to go that fast! Can you say, "escape-velocity"? »
All the bloodshed, carnage, BDSM, genocides, power struggles and the feeling of inadequacies...all over a bunch of blown apex seals.... »
I concur! I used to take my lil Ninja 250 down to Manhattan from PA every once in a while and having a motorcycle was a Godsend! It was perfect for quick bursts of acceleration between stop lights and you can dart around the behemoth, mostly Panther platformed, taxi's and SUV's. It was more of a way to engage in active … »