UPDATE: Looks like this is a 50th anniversary Aventador Roadster with SV stickers. This may be the first Lamborghini Aventador SV fire to date. It happened earlier today near the Dubai Marina and it looks like the flame started in the engine bay, then proceeded to consume the entire car. Pictures and videos after the jump.
Remember a few months back we reported on the new Ford GT Le Mans racecar being revealed? Well, we finally have some more live footage of the car and holy crap does it sound evil.
One thing everyone can agree on is that Floyd “Money” Mayweather knows how to make money, and isn’t afraid to spend it. As it turns out, he spends just a small portion of his money on some of the most exotic cars in the world, and he just bought something extremely special.
So, if I had a budget of around $60,000 and my goal was to max that out for the coolest used car, what’s in my realm of possibility? As it turns out, there are a lot of great choices. I’ve narrowed my list down to 15, and here’s the first 5…
I love well-made car videos. Even more so, I love well-made car videos that showcase the true sound of a car’s exhaust. Too often are exhaust notes modified or masked by ambient sounds within the video, or worse, music.
Nitto Tires manages to hit the nail square on the head with this video of 33 exotic and classic cars starting up, and it’s easily one of my favorites of its type.
I never expected to be so satisfied by watching a Porsche 918 Spyder being built. Everything from the sound of the leather being glued and applied to the carbon fiber trim to small things like tightening a screw – this video just put me into a relaxed state. Watch the video after the jump to see for yourself…
Cars and watches can both be an expression of one’s self, both can be engineering marvels that showcase the highest level of craftsmanship and complexity, and of course they can both be cool to look at too.
What’s the perfect watch to go along with an Aventador SV?
Go figure, one of the fastest cars in the world actually sounds like a fighter jet when passing by at 235 MPH. Even more stunning is the fact that this is being done on a public road, and it’s all legal. How?