Daniel R, Author at 777 Exotic Car Rental Los Angeles

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LaFerrari

The LaFerrari represents a singularity. It is less a conventional supercar than a carefully orchestrated system of technologies resulting in something both brutally animalistic and mechanically pristine with its V12 megacar engine with electric nitrous.

What’s the bottom line?

There are exotic sports cars—and then there’s the LaFerrari. It is styled like a ground-bound fighter jet. It’s also a hybrid, enabling it to accelerate like a Bugatti Chiron while guzzling less fuel. Drives like the best Ferrari ever made.

Here is some specs:

Zero to 60 mph: 2.5 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 4.8 sec
Zero to 130 mph: 7.5 sec
Zero to 150 mph: 9.8 sec

More on the infographics below.

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Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron

Perhaps the greatest supercar ever, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 was for those with all the money in the world and a desire to go blisteringly fast.  With an 8.0-liter turbo-quad W-16 engine and all-wheel drive; the Veyron makes 1001 hp and has a 200-mph-plus top speed. For topless fun, see the Grand Sport with its targa top.

Here is some specs:

Zero to 60 mph: 2.4 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 5.0 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 10.0 sec
Top speed: 255 mph

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Here is an infographic more about the car.

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Bugatti Chiron Rental Los Angeles

An engineering milestone. The Bugatti Chiron claims a top speed of 261 mph. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic routes power to all four wheels, but it can do more than straight-line speed. The bodywork is super-thin, super-strong carbon fibre with the finest sliver of aluminium honeycomb sandwiched at its core. Likewise the carbon chassis uses the same technology to save weight and add strength. The downside of this comfort and luxury is that it doesn’t really behave like a mid-engined supercar.

It gets better or worse:

It doesn’t flow. It’s all action. It doesn’t even look like a traditional mid-engined supercar. It looks important and statesmanlike. From some angles — the back, especially — it appears ugly.And that’s what this car is all about. It’s not driving pleasure. It’s not aesthetics. It’s a hypercar. It’s just man looking at nature, rolling up his sleeves and saying: “Do you want some?” 

BASE PRICE‎: ‎$2,998,000
Top speed‎: ‎261 mph
Power‎: ‎1500 hp @ 6700 rpm
Zero to 60 mph‎: ‎2.3 sec

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See the infgraphic below for more information about this hypercar.

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Lamborghini Aventador

Lamborghini Aventador This luxury car supercar is crazy expensive and crazy fast, it’s capable of amazing performance without feeling like it’s going to spin out into a ditch, which is refreshing in a supercar. Available as a coupe (for now), it has a 6.5-liter 730-hp V-12, a 7-speed automated manual transmission and all-wheel drive. For the ultimate, the Superveloce has 740 hp and a claimed top speed of 217 mph. In our testing, it did 0-60 mph in 2.7 seconds.

EPA: 11/18 mpg
0-60: 2.7 sec
HP: 740 hp
Top Speed: 217 mph

Want to know the best part?

See the infographics.


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McLaren 650S GT3

McLaren 650S GT3

The spectacular $1.2 million P1 hybrid super-supercar, the McLaren 650S GT3 front end appears infinitely meaner than the benign 12C’s, with a sculpted front bumper and serpentine grille that features a thin band of LED-based combination headlamps evocative of McLaren’s swoosh-shaped logo.

Here’s the deal:

The 650S’s has a satisfyingly minimalist interior, which remains refreshingly free of brand kitsch. No iDrive or MMI here, just a thin center stack containing a vertically oriented touch screen and pushbuttons for the adjustable chassis and powertrain and transmission. The ceiling, the seats, and the doors are swathed in faux suede, with soft leather available as an upgrade along with vast chunks of carbon fiber.

Want to know the best part?

Here is some specs and an infographic about this P1 hybrid super-supercar.

BASE PRICE‎: ‎$353,600
TRANSMISSION‎: ‎7-speed dual-clutch automatic …
Top speed‎: ‎205 mph
Power‎: ‎666 hp @ 7100 rpm

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Nissan GTR

Nissan GTR

 Less exotic is the interior, which lacks the quality and design you’d expect from a classy coupe but has been vastly improved for the 2017 model year. Some of the plastics look still look and feel a little cheap, but a new touchscreen system has allowed Nissan to tidy up the dash and there’s softer nappa leather for a more luxurious feel of Nissan GTR.

You might be wondering:

Despite the lackluster interior design, the car’s exterior styling still turns heads – where rivals have released all-new, fresher looking models, the GT-R has remained relatively constant in design terms, with only minor tweaks over the years. But that’s no bad thing, as the car still has a legion of loyal fans.

Some Specs:

EPA: 16/23 mpg
0-60: 2.9 sec
HP: 600 hp
Top Speed: 191 mph

Just watch out about those launch control warranty issues.

Is it worth you cash? See the infographics below.

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Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4

Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4

Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 One of the head turners, lovely style, brutal power and and plenty of tech make this a supercar with few compromises.

Here is some Specs:

Zero to 60 mph‎: ‎2.8 sec

Top speed‎: ‎201 mph

MSRP‎: ‎$203,295

ENGINE TYPE‎: ‎DOHC 40-valve V-10

The Lamborghini Huracan simply cannot be ignored. Its simple, stunning wedge shape — nose canted down, shaving the asphalt — turns heads and slackens jaws 

What’s the bottom line?

The only thing wrong with the Huracán is that you can get 95 percent of the performance for a lot less money in the form of the Audi R8 V-10. But, you won’t get the same experience.

Here is an infographic about why you should buy one.

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BMW i8 Infographic – Top Speed 156 MPH

BMW i8

There are few cars that make a stronger first impression than the BMW i8. A plug-in hybrid with exterior styling that wouldn’t look out of place in a sci-fi epic, the i8 is one of a kind. Its mix of efficient technology, sporting credentials, and an astronomical price tag leave it with few natural competitors.

It gets better:

Three pistons combusting internally, a dash of electrons and lots of aluminum and carbon fiber are the i8’s main ingredients. Its 357-hp hybrid powertrain drives all four wheels. The i8  can hit 60 mph in 4.0 seconds and 38 MPGe on 200-mile test run. The poised chassis and sharp steering are good fun, but eco-friendly tires and regenerative braking hinder performance. Familiar controls nestle in a plush cabin; the i8’s eye-catching styling is straight out of a sci-fi flick.

Here is some quick Specs:

Top Speed: 156 mph

0-60: 4.0 sec

Want to know the best part?

See the infographics below.

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Lamborghini Centenario

The Lamborghini Centenario shape is a marked departure from Lambor­ghini’s current styling language, with proportions similar to a GT car, elements that evoke Formula 1 cars, and an aggressive tail that offers generous views of the car’s structure. The large touchscreen infotainment system brings the Aventador up to date with Chevys and Fords, but there’s still plenty of the brand’s signature fighter-jet fantasy in the switchgear and detailing.

Now:

Because it’s a modern supercar, the Centenario boasts an adjustable rear wing. It extends nearly six inches and can tilt up to 15 degrees. You can also notice that this car looks very sporty and elegant from front, sides, and rear. There are many redesigns that enhance the look. The interior is also really impressive with sport seats made from carbon fiber, covered dashboard, steering wheels, pillars, roof, door trim panel, etc. This also applies infotainment system.

The new Lamborghini Centenario represents a new, extremely precious piece in Lamborghini’s one-off strategy. It is a perfect example of the innovative design and the engineering skills of the bull-branded manufacturer.
The best tribute to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mr. Ferruccio Lamborghini, a man who managed to create a world-class brand, and who always believed that nothing is impossible, thus producing legendary and extraordinary vehicles that made history for super sports cars.
The Centenario is an homage to this visionary man and to the future he believed so much in. And we at Lamborghini still believe in that future. Find out more: from the performance to the dimensions to the unique characteristics to the detailed technical specifications of the Lamborghini Centenario.

In addition:

It also allows you to brows on internet, using social media, etc so that this is very enjoyable. You will not feel bored surely.

But here’s the kicker:

Only a limited edition, for a total of 40 models: 20 Coupés and 20 Roadsters will be delivered to Lamborghini collectors and fans starting from 2017.

Want to learn more about the car?

Here’s a short infographic about its specs.

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Audi R8 LMX

Audi R8 LMX

Made by a German luxury carmaker, some features found on the new edition is a unique Ara Blue paint  job, Audi R8 LMX  new wheels, carbon-fiber reinforced plastic components, and a leather-wrapped cockpit. The rear carbon-fiber spoiler looks great. Mirrors, grilles and front spoiler are finished in carbon as well.

Here’s the deal:

The new sports car is fitted with Audi’s laser light technology, previously seen on the R18 e-tron quattro race car. The world’s first production car with laser high beams.

Here is some quick Specs:

Car type: Coupe
Curb weight: 1595 kg (3516 lbs)
Power / weight: 357 ps (352 bhp) / t
Torque / weight: 339 Nm (250 lb-ft) / t
Power: 570 ps (562 bhp / 419 kw)
Torque: 540 Nm (398 lb-ft)

Want to Know the best part? 

See the infographics below.

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