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2010 Porsche 911 GT3

Porsche 911 GT3 specs
Top Speed: 194 mph / 312 km/h
0-60 mph: 4.0 seconds
0-100 mph: 8.2 seconds
Engine: 3.8 liter 435 HP at 7600 rpm

The 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 is a track sports car that was designed to meet the ever-growing demands of regular road use. Porsche sports car which made its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show last year features a 435-horsepower, six-cylinder naturally aspirated engine that can rev up to 8,400 rpm. The new car features shortened gear ratios which combined with the high-revving engine pushes the GT3 to an acceleration of 60mph from zero in just 4 seconds. Not only that the engine is fuel efficient and provides consistent torque.

Aston Martin One-77

Aston Martin One-77 specs
Top Speed: 220 mph / 354 km/h
0-60 mph: 3.5 seconds
Engine: 700 bhp (522 kW) 7.3 litre V12

The supposed tussle for the bragging rights of being a marquee super sports car is turning out to be a no-brainer. The svelte 2010 Aston Martin One-77 has brought the lofty standards of exotic fast cars several notches higher. Earning the moniker "definitive sports car," this Aston masterpiece is a top-heavy head turner. The One-77 retains the enduring tradition of Aston for cutting-edge technology, attention to detail and exquisite craftsmanship. The inspiration and power behind the 2010 Aston Martin One-77 is also the culmination of the pursuit for perfection, delivering the level of performance eclipsing the norms set by its older Aston Martin siblings.

Its grand entry has created quite a stir, easily leaving an indelible mark that is hard to match for many years to come. With a price tag of £1,200,000, this One-77 exotic fast car is the hands-down show-stopper, breaking barriers with its revolutionary mix of aluminum body and super strong carbon fiber framework. This Aston Martin roadster easily reaches a dizzying speed of 60 mph well within 3.5 seconds and hits a top speed of 220 mph / 354 km/h. While this may form part of the typical sound bite for this quintessential Aston Martin masterpiece, you can expect that we are getting a bagful of tricks and treats that will surely leave its closest pursuers drooling with envy.

2011 Lotus Elise

The 2011 Lotus Elise has raised the bar of excellence and standard of performance with its distinctive features that are typical of an industry-leading mid-engine sports car. Group Lotus has carried on with the tradition of producing a lightweight super car which has been its trademark since introducing its first generation agile super roadster some 14 years ago.

This Group Lotus masterpiece made a rousing debut during the 80th International Geneva Motor Show after months of dogged anticipation by industry observers. This latest generation of Lotus Elise went through some major design and development changes while retaining the distinctive character and winning form of its older siblings that have won the nod of industry experts. Since the inception of the first generation of this popular Lotus line, it has won adulation and recognition from various sectors; winning countless awards for its unparalleled performance and application of cutting edge technology.

2007 Jaguar XKR

Aficionados of car sports always crave for more power; so is the case with sports car making companies. Adding to this race for power is the 2007 Jaguar XKR. The new Jaguar XKR derives all its excellence from its predecessor, Jaguar XK luxury car, and at the same time presents a 'more powerful' identity with its innovative engine technology, adding new dimensions to the power definitions of the sports GT cars showing on the roads. The 'beautiful and powerful' XKR has got a lot of features to be proud of.

The body of Jaguar XKR is made of the aluminum monocoque, the latest development in the automobile technology. The supercharged 420 bhp, V8 engine with its six-speed automatic transmission capability is one among the many features that make this young Jaguar sporty on its wheels.

2004 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

A blast from the past and a taste of the future, this might just be a good description of the latest sports car that came out from a collaboration of Mercedes-Benz and McLaren, two big giants in the car manufacturing industry. We're talking about the 2004 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren. This sports car combines the old yet astounding SLR race cars of the 50s and the latest and meanest technology of high-performance supercars. With the power of race cars and the sleek, curves and designs of a luxury car, the combination from the two car manufacturers is hard to beat.

2005 Koenigsegg CCR

Koenigsegg CCR is better known as the 'record-breaker'. Yes, the CCR beat the The McLaren F1 supercar, the fastest production car ever built, at Italy's Nardo Prototipo on February 28th 2005, with a breath-taking performance at 387.87 km/h, a 15 km/h increase from the later's past record.

2005 Orca SC7

Orca (much like in Pagani Zonda) uses super-light materials to reduce the weight of this supercar as much as possible. The result is obvious, SC7 weights just 850 kg (1,874 lbs). Its engine produces 738 ft lbs torque (at 4200 rpm) and outputs 850 horsepower (634 kW), which sets power to weight ratio to 1 bhp:1 kg. The production of this Swiss supercar was limited to only 7 automobiles.
Sc7 was made by a supercar manufacturing company called Orca Engineering, which has been founded by René Beck. Sadly the project has died and Mr. Beck has moved on to other projects.

2005 Ferrari FXX

The Ferrari FXX supercar is manufactured in Italy, along with all other Ferrari's, and was under production by the end of 2005. This sports car is a great display of new car technology, which includes innovations from Ferrari, along with other companies that have continuously contracted parts in association with the Ferrari brand. The Enzo is the supercar that the FXX is based on, but there are specific functions found on the FXX, that are not found on the Enzo, which makes the FXX a complete car of it's own accord. The engine, and other standard operating systems for the car, are modeled after the Enzo as well, but have been modified to accommodate differing fuel standards, and other technological restrictions.

2008 Dodge Viper SRT10

Beware of the highly venomous viper on the roads! Dodge has launched its ever powerful 600HP 2008 Dodge Viper SRT10 Roadster sports car for the brave kids on the road. It is likely to reach the American roads in the summer pausing a survival threat for the other roadster crawlers. Thanks to the engine technology developed by Street and Racing Technology (SRT) Engineering, Chrysler Group, for offering an 8.4-liter aluminum V-10 engine for this sparkling Viper SRT10 in eight different colors.

2007 Ford Shelby GT500

It is certainly one of the most powerful Mustangs to date. This is the new 2007 Ford Shelby GT500 muscle car. To give you a small preview of what this sports car has to offer, let me sum it up with a few numbers and words: 500 horsepower and 5.4-liter supercharged V-8. Did that got your attention? It should have, for someone who likes sports cars with brute strength, those numbers will get them at the edge of their seats. What can I say, this muscle car´s power is classic Shelby. The 5.4-liter, 32-valve V-8 engine has been the result of Ford´s years of tinkering with modular engines. The results are nothing less but remarkable.

2006 Ascari A10

Ascari A10 specs
Top Speed: 220 mph / 354 km/h
0-60 mph: 2.8 seconds
Engine: 5 liter, V8 BMW M5 4941 cc 625HP

The Ascari A10 sports car, developed by British manufacturers and similar to the Spanish GT version, is rated in the top ten supercars for 2006. Its lightweight carbon fiber body of less than 3,000 pounds (1,361KG) is designed more for the racetrack than the road. There were only a few models of this fast car built, somewhere between 10 and 50, and although expensive, it promises incredible speed and power.
The power of the Ascari A10 comes from the modified BMW 5.0 liter V-8 engine, with the standard six-speed sequential transaxle, where the gearshifts operate as paddles, similar to other race cars. Additions and modifications to the engine, however, include cams with advanced timing, new rods, and pistons, as well as a dry sump lubrication system. It has the same steel sub-frame for the power train and rear suspension as the KZ1 sports car, but the height of the coil spring units can be adjusted hydraulically on front and rear. This is a unique feature, not found on most other supercars, where adjustments can only be made manually. Handling should be easier than before, with front and rear anti-roll bars installed, which are also adjustable. The builders of the A10, not to be outdone by their competitors and to ensure adequate braking at such high speeds, have installed ventilated ceramic disc brakes, with 6-pot calipers on the front and 4-pot calipers on the rear.

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