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The Parx Super Car Show kicked off this morning at the Polo Grounds, Race Course in Mumbai. The show is spread over two days. Today is the static display of cars while tomorrow there will a parade of the cars driving through the city. Should be a great show since its a long weekend for most people. Crowds are sure to throng the venue to get a glimpse of their favourite machines. Everything find a place here right from Italian exotics to German beauties. There are a total of 4 Aventadors including the Roadster and the special highlight of the show is the Y2K bike which runs on a turbine engine. Audi has displayed the new R8 as well. It has to be heard to be believed. Also on display were Gautam Singhania's Drift cars and his Ferrari 458 Challenge Track car. I got there early morning to get some pictures before it gets packed. Here you go:
Laffite Supercars is a company that has been created by Bruno Laffite, who is the nephew of six-time Formula One race winner, Jacques Laffite. The company has introduced the new Laffite G-Tec X-Road, which is essentially an off-roader with supercar levels of performance. It uses a 720hp, 6.2-litre V8 and it sends power to the rear wheels via a 6-speed sequential gearbox. The model weighs only 1,300kg and it comes equipped with specially tuned off-road suspension. Only 30 units of the G-Tec X-Road will be produced, with the company claiming an electric version of the off-roader will also be available later on. What do you guys think of this crazy off-road supercar? Image source
Folks who've been to Stuttgart and some other German cities may have heard of the company/concept known as Meilenwerk. This is a museum for supercars, vintage cars and classic cars, but they may even be rented out for a brief period, and I guess some sales have been made here. I've seen cars from different eras in this place, from the 1930s, the 50s, the 80s, and the present age. This place even has a couple of airplanes. It started off as a hangar, but is now a museum of cars, a few planes, and also has a library and some super-expensive cafes. I've taken loads of photos here, on my Nokia N8, and keep uploading to this set on my Flickr page.
Mclaren has finally released first pictures of its upcoming Super car the Mclaren P1 and will be unveiled at the upcoming Paris Motorshow. This is the successor to the mighty F1 for sure. Here is what the Mclaren Facebook page says The wait is over – we are thrilled to officially announce that McLaren Automotive will be using the Paris Motor Show 2012 to preview our next generation ultimate supercar, the McLaren P1. Along with today’s release of the first ever photo graphs of our latest supercar, McLaren Automotive Managing Director Antony Sherriff, laid out his vision for the McLaren P1 “To make the most exciting, most capable, most technologically advanced and most dynamically accomplished supercar ever made - not necessarily to be the fastest in absolute top speed but to be the quickest and most rewarding series production road car on a circuit.” McLaren Automotive Executive Chairman Ron Dennis also hinted that The McLaren P1 is set to draw technological and spiritual inspiration from our Formula 1™ team – ‘The McLaren P1 will be the result of 50 years of racing and road car heritage,’ More details will be released on Thursday 27 September 2012 in Paris and we will be bringing you extensive coverage from the show, so be sure to check back regularly for all the latest news and exclusive content. Excited? We are Boy this car looks epic. Cant wait to see what the real thing looks like. What do you think guys?