Lamborghini faced the difficult task of developing a successor to the highly successful Lamborghini Gallardo, the most successful Lamborghini ever. The Lamborghini Huracán has become a worthy successor. Lamborghini chose to build on the relatively quiet design of the Gallardo, unlike the extreme Aventador. Also in terms of driving characteristics, the Huracán is a safe supercar that you can quickly get used to, especially because of the smooth 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, the all-wheel drive and the comfortable adjustment of the chassis.

But make no mistake, the Huracán is still a bull from Sant’Agata Bolognese at heart. Therefore, you will not find a hybrid drivetrain in this car but a further developed mighty 5.2 liter V10 without turbos, positioned in the middle of the car. Such a power source has become almost a rarity these days. The new bodywork is partially made of carbon, making the Huracán 50% stiffer than the Gallardo, so this bull also knows how to keep its gigantic 610 hp power on the road.



Ferrari unveiled the 458 Italia at the Frankfurt Motor Show as the replacement for the Ferrari F430. The model introduced a design language never seen before on a Ferrari model, plus it comes with tons of punch under its hood.

The Ferrari 458 is equipped with a 4.5-liter, V-8 engine that delivers a total of 570 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and a peak torque of 398 pound-feet at 6,000 rpm. This output is enough to sprint the car from 0 to 60 mph in under 3.4 seconds, while top speed goes up to an impressive 201 mph.

The PassionWithoutLimits ‘blacked-out’ Ferrari 458 has been upgraded with beautiful 21″ ADV.1 wheels, thé supplier of high-performance wheels for supercars, full Novitec design, a supersport exhaust system for a phenomenal sound and special carbon fiber sportseats with black leather and red alcantara.



The Lamborghini Aventador is already an insane piece of machinery, but the SuperVeloce (SV), which is Italian for SuperFast, is a different breed. Though the powertrain design is the same as our Aventador Roadster, it delivers upgraded performance with 50 additional horsepower. The visual differences between the Aventador SV and the Aventador are striking, with an extreme rear wing and diffusor and a revised front splitter that accentuates the aggressive Aventador styling. With these aerodynamic improvements, the downforce is increased by 180% compared to the standard model, although you can hardly use the word ‘standard’ when describing an Aventador. The stylish SV logo is incorporated throughout the vehicle; you can find it displayed proudly on the rear wheel arches and in several places on the interior. The four exhaust pipes produce a terrifying noise that make it one of the last of its kind.



WELCOME TO THE FUTURE! The McLaren 720S was introduced to the general public at the Geneva Motor Show in 2017. With its 720 hp twin-turbo 4.0 V8, a new design and technology directly derived from Formula 1, McLaren has created a true masterpiece.
Although the ‘standard’ version already leaves all the other supercars behind, the people of Novitec upgraded this exceptional McLaren and managed to get more than 10% extra power out of it, up to 806 hp on the rear wheels! As a result, this hypercar rams itself to 100 km/h in just 2.7 seconds and is already at 200 km/h in 7.5 counts.
The exterior has also been modified with many carbon fibre parts, lowering and much larger rims, making this Novitec McLaren 720S an extremely rare appearance. Finally, the complete exhaust system has been replaced, resulting in a terrifying sound.



Those familiar with the Italian brand with the bull as its logo know the story behind the Lambor-ghini brand. Tractors were the first motorized vehicles to have the logo with the bull mounted on them. Until the introduction of the Urus, cars drove out of the factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese that could be compared to tractors in terms of power and tractive force, but were not suitable for going next to the asphalt with their wheels. Despite the often standard four-wheel drive like the Hura-cán and the Aventador.



In the world of high-performance and expensive supercars, there’s always room for something more dramatic. The Lamborghini Aventador Roadster has no rivals in delivering emotion and attention. The noise of the naturally aspirated V12 engine and exhaust bounce off walls and echo into the cabin. Even simple and casual gearshifts at low speed are filled with emotion and brutality. Starting the car is an equally thrilling experience. You first have to lift a red cover, like in a fighter jet, and hold down a glowing starter button that fires the mighty V12 engine to life. At certain engine speeds the exhaust system even emit flames that shoot out on downshifts and under full throttle. This gives you an idea of just how mental this raging bull really is. This clearly isn’t a car for shy people. The Aventador draws attention absolutely everywhere it goes. The drama, the effort, the noise, the doors, the look-at me, they never stop. Perhaps the Aventador is not the epitome of refined good taste but then Lamborghinis rarely were. They have been designed to shock and stun with jaw-dropping coachwork and a succession of mighty V12 engines. The Lamborghini Aventador Roadster is an icon that will be remembered for a very long time.