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Mercedes Benz AMG GT3

FIA GT3 welcomes a new contender, the GT3 from Mercedes Benz, based on their latest GT model. The recipe contains all the goodies you would expect from a GT racer, a wide carbon fiber bodykit, with all sorts of air vents and sophisticated ventilation systems. New doors took shelter, a pure race bred rear diffuser and the predominant GT wing.
 
Inside is all race, with a carbon fiber seat, racing steering wheel and switches and a steel roll cage and all sorts of carbon fiber trim.
 
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Mercedes Benz AMG GT3
Mercedes Benz AMG GT3
Mercedes Benz AMG GT3
Mercedes Benz AMG GT3
Mercedes Benz AMG GT3
Mercedes Benz AMG GT3
Mercedes Benz AMG GT3
Mercedes Benz AMG GT3

2016 Audi R8

 
The wait is over, right before the public debut next week, Audi unveiled the all new R8, or is it all new? 
As you can see, the recipe remained mainly the same, car is easy recognizable, as Audi adopted a more conservative approach, they did applied the new styling cues, with the 6-point grille and more angular design lines are present in the front bumper, rear bumper and side skirts.
 
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2016 Audi R8
2016 Audi R8
2016 Audi R8
2016 Audi R8
2016 Audi R8
2016 Audi R8
2016 Audi R8
2016 Audi R8
2016 Audi R8
2016 Audi R8

McLaren 675LT

With a week before one of the most rich in exclusive realeases Auto Show, yes the Geneva Motor Show, supercar brands announce new vehicles like mushrooms after rain.
 
Earlier today we wrote about the Aston Martin Vulcan, but now, it's time for McLaren's track day car, which is called the 675LT. It is based on the 650, but with more muscles. 
 
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McLaren 675LT
McLaren 675LT
McLaren 675LT
McLaren 675LT
McLaren 675LT
McLaren 675LT
McLaren 675LT
McLaren 675LT
McLaren 675LT
McLaren 675LT

Aston Martin Vulcan

It is a 24 limit production track oriented beast and it's nothing Aston Martin did before. After a few teases here and there, with a high revving flamey engine, Aston Martin took the wraps off their Vulcan.
 
As stated, it will be a limited production run model and we have to say, it's a twist that Aston Martin took with it, which might not please all their customers, but we're sure that new customers will be drawn to this.
 
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Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vulcan

McLaren P1 GTR

It's been a while since we were teased about a radical P1 and McLaren delivered, it's their track-ready P1 GTR. So let's start with the numbers, power output of 1000HP, which is from the both electrical and combustion engines. Turning it into a track-toy, has widened the front track by 80mm and the car sits lower by 50mm. McLaren states that they reduced the overall weight by 50kg, due to motorsport solutions. 
 
Side windows are made of racing polycarbonate, the glass roof has been replaced by carbon fiber, the same treatment happened to the engine cover.
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McLaren P1 GTR
McLaren P1 GTR
McLaren P1 GTR
McLaren P1 GTR
McLaren P1 GTR
McLaren P1 GTR
McLaren P1 GTR
McLaren P1 GTR
McLaren P1 GTR
McLaren P1 GTR

Lamborghini Huracan by Mansory

Don't want to wait for the Superleggera version of the Huracan, Mansory got you covered, as they just released their project Huracan, which got a hefty boost in performance, from 600HP, to 838HP, thanks to a new turbo-kit, fuel injectors, fuel pressure control. Intake and exhaust system have also been modified.
 
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Lamborghini Huracan by Mansory
Lamborghini Huracan by Mansory
Lamborghini Huracan by Mansory
Lamborghini Huracan by Mansory
Lamborghini Huracan by Mansory
Lamborghini Huracan by Mansory
Lamborghini Huracan by Mansory
Lamborghini Huracan by Mansory

2015 Ferrari 488 GTB

 
This is not just a facelift for the 458, this model welcomes the turbo technology at Ferrari, because at the heart of the 488, sits a twin-turbo V8 which develops 670HP and 760NM of torque. Needs 3s flat to reach to 100km and 8.3s for 200km.h.
 
After the number diet, we move to styling - the most intriguing feature has to be the large scoop behind the doors, which as we can see, it's been divided in two, not for design purposes, but for efficiency, as it channels the air in two distinctive ways.
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2015 Ferrari 488 GTB
2015 Ferrari 488 GTB
2015 Ferrari 488 GTB
2015 Ferrari 488 GTB
2015 Ferrari 488 GTB
2015 Ferrari 488 GTB
2015 Ferrari 488 GTB
2015 Ferrari 488 GTB
2015 Ferrari 488 GTB
2015 Ferrari 488 GTB

2015 Porsche Cayman GT4

You know that feeling when you leave your neighborhood for a while, come back and all the kid next door that you knew, is all teen now? Well, pretty much this happened with the Cayman, left alone for a while, went to the gym and now it's a baby GT3, but with a manual!
 
So what's all the fuss with the GT4? It's supposed to be a statement, that Porsche never gave up the development of 2-door sports cars and probably never will. 
 
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2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
2015 Porsche Cayman GT4
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