Quick question: Let’s say you could take a time machine back to the late 1980s and put down a sizable deposit on Jaguar’s V-12-powered, all-wheel-drive XJ220 supercar concept. Would it piss you off if, a few years later, Jaguar delivered a turbo V-6-powered, rear-wheel-drive production car?
The Lamborghini Aventador is the Italian automakers current top offering. Powered by a 6.5-liter, V-12 engine straight from the depths of hell itself, the Aventador produces an earth-shattering 691 horsepower. The supercar already has killer looks, resembling that of a praying mantis or some other angular creature from the Cretaceous period long ago extinct. That doesn’t mean, though, that there aren’t some out there who want to add a smidge of personalization to their new supercar.
Unlike the kit available for the Aventador-V, Vorsteiner’s McLaren kit is much more subdued in presence. It’s first commercial offering since the legendary McLaren F1, the British automaker has stunned the supercar world with 12C.
Ever want to hear two of the world’s most exclusive cars going at it in a rev battle? Well prepare your ears for the pleasure that is the Ferrari Enzo and Ferrari LaFerrari doing that very thing ¾ in a tunnel of all places. The 651 BHP V12 of the Enzo and the 950 BHP V12 with HY-KERS in the LaFerrari have uniquely different exhaust tones, but both of these stallions are legends of their respective eras and the epitome of true hypercars. And the winner is? We think the LaFerrari won, but feast your eyes and ears on the video for yourself and you be the judge.