Ferrari 599 Project Megalith

Canadian tuner, SR Auto Group, is no stranger to redefining sports cars from a number of high end automakers. The difference with their latest project is that the vehicle in question is on its last leg, and oh what a beautiful leg it is. Called Project Megalith, this tuning kit is based on a Ferrari 599 GTB and its transformation is subtle and sweet.

Gone is the original dark shade found on the Italian sports car. In its place is a matte white frosted hue with two contrasting black stripes running cleanly through the center of the hood and upward towards a blacked out roof. The black accent is also present in a set of Novitec NF3 wheels with a matte black face and polished lip.

 No engine upgrades were provided for the Ferrari 599 GTB, so the sports car is still thundering out 611 HP at 7600 rpm and 448 lb-ft at 5600 rpm out of its 5,999cc V12 engine. The difference with the Megalith is that SR Auto Group has opted for an RSC exhaust system to hone in on the Ferrari’s menacing roar.


Hybrid Bugatti Galibier

Buggati's President  (CEO) has revealed to CAR magazine something very interesting about the future Galibier, whose development is frozen in the autumn. Due to social issues and because they could be facing restrictions on urban centers, there will be a hybrid option for this model.

This hybrid option won't be available in all markets because in places like the Middle East contamination is still somewhat disturbing. However, initiatives such as the London Congestion Charge threaten the free movement of this type of cars, supercars and supergastones.
Solution: hybridization.

Definitely there's no need for 800 odd horses to go by city, or even escape from the police. Therefore, one or more electric motors associated with the W16 will cut Bugatti Galibier´s power consumption, something more acceptable within the exaggeration. They hope to sell 3,000 units of this car.

What about the price increase? Given the type of customers they have, I doubt that's a problem. On the other hand having the world's most powerful hybrid is certainly a convincing sales argument for the wealthy.

Ferrari Enzo Inspired On Veyron's design

 What do a Ferrari Enzo and Bugatti Veyron share? Well so far not much, in fact they were rivals. But recent rumors suggest that the next generation of Enzo will possibly be inspired by the design of the Bugatti Veyron. Why?

So far we've heard that The new Enzo, which will be submitted in 2012, will have a new generation of aerodynamic technology, including the new "active aerodynamics" that revolutionized the flow of air through the model surfaces and below it.

Rumors suggest that Ferrari will use a V8 twin-turbo direct injection power under the hood. But it is also believed to use the same hybrid technology found in the laboratory vettura HY-KERS concept.

"The world is very different now than it was when the Enzo was launched," Ferrari officials said in an interview with AutoCar.


Ferrari 458 Italia

The Ferrari 458 is an Italian sports car designed by Pininfarina and produced by Italian automaker Ferrari since 2010 as a replacement for the Ferrari F430. It was revealed to the press on 28 July 2009 and presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2009. 


This is a two seats car with an 8 cylinder engine and a design largely benefited from the company's experience in Formula 1. Despite being billed as the replacement for the F430 and have some similarities in design, as claimed by Ferrari in the press release, is a completely new car from a technical standpoint.


The V8 4.5 liter (4499 cc) disburses 570 hp (419 kW) at 9000 rpm and yields a peak torque of 540 Nm at 6000 rpm, with 80% of it available at 3250 rpm. The engine has direct fuel injection for the first time in a Ferrari mid-engine configuration.


The transmission is a Getrag dual-clutch semi-automatic 7-speed F1, similar to that of the Ferrari California, which can operate in either manual or automatic.


The car suspension is double A-arm front and multilink system in back, along with electronic differential and traction control also known as Formula 1 F1-Trac [1], designed to improve cornering performance and longitudinal acceleration by 32% compared to its predecessors.

The brakes are a function of preload that reduces delays in its implementation. This, along with ABS has reduced the braking distance of 458 Italy 100 to 0 km / ha 32.5 meters.


The official acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is 3.4 seconds while top speed is 325 km / h, with fuel consumption of 13.7 l/100 km combined cycle and 320g/km production CO 2.


The 458 Italy was designed by Pininfarina, as the latest models of Ferrari. The style and characteristics of the car were designed for aerodynamic efficiency, producing a load of 140 kg to 200 km / h. The 458's interior has been designed using input from former Ferrari driver Michael Schumacher in Formula 1, including a new steering wheel that incorporates many of the features and controls facing the driver and not on the board, similar to race cars.

According to Autocar, the 458 was inspired by the Ferrari Enzo and its concept car Mille Chile concept car is designed to be the sportier model with a V8 Ferrari to be distinguished from the Ferrari California launched recently.

This beautiful car might be the dream of a very high percentage of our population, it´s exotic design can make a lot of faces turn back. We don´t exactly what the price would be that amazing car that you see on the pictures.  It´s supposed to be expected to start at 150, 000.

I hope you´ve enjoyed this review and I hope God gives you the opportunity not just to drive this car, but to have it and love it as we must do.  If you have any comments or question…any car that you would like us to review, please don´t hesitate in contacting us. Thank you for reading and have a wonderful rest of the year!


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Saleen S7 Twin Turbo

Making it to 248 mph and from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds – This super fast car is powered by an 100% aluminum V8 engine packing with 750 horsepower. This twin-turbo charged monster went on sale for $585,296 USD in 2005 , replacing standard non turbo S7 production. Saleen offers an optional competition package with 33% increase in power.
True, Saleen hasn't campaigned his S7 Twin Turbo car in Formula 1, nor has he racked up umpteen wins at Le Mans, as have Ferrari, Mercedes, and Porsche. But despite the sterling racing heritages of their companies, the Enzo, the Carrera GT, and the SLR haven't raced at all. Meanwhile, a racing version of the S7, the S7R, has won seven various GT championships and will be entered again this June at Le Mans. Moreover, that S7R, and the roadgoing S7 Twin Turbo, are virtually identical, built side by side using the same technology — with the exception that the street car, with its pair of turbos, is much more powerful.