I never thought I’d see one of these (the LaFerrari) in person. Actually much smaller than you’d expect…
It’s too bad they didn’t rev the engine. I’m really curious as to how it sounds.
It’s hard to believe that you can’t just go to the dealership and buy one. There are only 499 units made.
Horsepower: 949 HP
MPG: 12 city / 16 highway
MSRP: From $1.416 million
Battery: 2.3 kWh 480 V lithium-ion
Engine: 6.3L V12
Check out the full specs here.
X6 M. This is bonkers.
So much power, so much weight.
Defender. This is more like it.
I’ve seen this guy around town.
Someone likes stickers.
Usual suspects. GT3 and R8.
Under the hood of a brand new M4.
After a decade of ownership, I’ve finally sold the Honda Element.
It was definitely the most practical car I’ve ever owned. I’m going to miss it!
Hopefully there won’t be too much snow this year.
I went to Cars and Coffee with Dad this weekend.
And we saw some pretty sweet stuff, including this pristine condition M3.
No matter how many times I see it, I’m always blown away.
Ultra low BRZ with ridiculous rear camber.
BMW M Z-series
NSZ next to a Ferrari. Man did Honda steal the lines.
Supra for sale.
Cool pick up.
Two new GTRs.
Not sure what this was.
Never seen this before either.
Great summary. One of my buddies just swapped out his 991s lease with a M4. He said exactly the same thing. He loves the M4 but still longs for the weight distribution of the 911.
The rear weight bias came in handy yesterday—I was driving home last night from the mall, and a guy in a M3 convertible tailed me. He seemed a little douchebag-ish with his EDM blasting with the top down. Annie was like, “That guy is driving a little too close”. Anyway, we put plenty of distance after a right hand turn. The guy tried to follow, but he got dropped.