Bentley isn’t known for ludicrous amounts of speed, but that doesn’t mean it should be barred from the drag strip. This Bentley has a 3100-horsepower motor between the front fenders that can rocket the beast to 200 mph in just seven seconds.
The car in questions is a hopped-up Aventador in a light blue hue with all the hallmarks of a Liberty Walk car. We’ve already highlighted the car during a preview piece, but the latest, and quite excruciatingly short, video shows the car in its sweet, sweet metal.
The luxury coach business is booming. Discerning millionaires might chopper to work and take NetJets through flyover states, but nothing beats a tall, long-wheelbase coach for those short trips. Klassen, a luxury coachbuilder from Germany, knows this, and they’re very good at turning everyday transportation into ridiculously luxurious rolling VIP lounges.
The legend of AMS Performance's wicked Alpha Omega GT-R keeps growing. Fresh off of its 190-mph track day, Alpha Omega mixed it up in the automotive bloodsport that is the Texas Invitational—and emerged as King of the Streets!
This film starts in a dark garage where we’re introduced to an object of Craft’s affection: a red 1987 325is in all its glory. In addition to nice touches like the dramatic camera angles, Craft introduces his baby through interesting audio as well: the sharp pop of the hood, the scratching of a grimy oil fill cap being turned and the E30’s sewing machine-like idle add a really interesting dimension to this scene.