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Lexus LS Rental

Lexus LS Rental

Lexus’ flagship is expected to enter 2018 with a redesigned bodywork that will make it even more appealing to the executive segment. Maintaining a formal yet attractive look, the 2018 lexus ls rental grows in length and width but drops in height. The old powerplant will be switched for a 3.5-liter V6 unit capable of delivering over 430 hp and enough torque to generate amazing launches.

The LS 460 is a blend of exhilarating performance and visionary innovation. Its powerful engine provides an unparalleled driving experience, while its technologically advanced features offer a host of modern conveniences.

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Toyota Supra Rental

Toyota Supra Rental

It’s no secret that Toyota Supra Rental has been working on the new Supra successor for a while now. Although the car will share components with the new BMW Z4, both companies state they’ll be very different in feel and in purpose. The Z4 will most likely be an open-top only affair, with the Supra getting all the hard-top credentials. A return of the iconic 2JZ engine it won’t be, but expect a hybrid drivetrain packing serious punch. If it’s at least half as fun as the original Supra, I guarantee it’ll be a massive success for Toyota.

If there is a car that is included on almost every list of “greatest enthusiasts car” it’s the Toyota Supra. The little two-door sports car was originally bolted together as a response to the Z cars coming from competitor Datsun (and later Nissan), but it eventually grew into a special machine with a cult-like following. Now after years of rumor, speculation and dreaming, it looks like the new Toyota Supra is all but official. With Toyota having launched the FT-1 concept in 2014 and with sporty prototypes spotted on the road since 2016, it looks as if the next-generation Supra isn’t far from becoming reality.

The story of the Supra may start in 1978, but it was in 1987 with the

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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.

Nissan GTR
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