Thursday, December 1, 2011

Car - Every Man's Dream

Owning a car is every man's dream, whether it is a family type car, van, or a sports car. Most men these days are dreaming of owning their own sports car. That is why we have listed 5 of the most famous and elegant sports car on the market for the year 2010. Reading them will help you familiarize of the different features of each car.


• Convertible roof which only takes 18 seconds to be stowed.

• Engine contains a standard 5 liter 8v which provides 385 horsepower to the car at about 6,500 rounds per minute and approximately 380 lb-ft torque at 3,500 rounds per minute.

• With Optional 18-19 or 20 inch wheels.

• Navigation system, 7-inches Touch Screen LCDs.

• Airbags on the sides, keyless entry and starting.

• 6-speed automatic transmission system

• iPod and USB ports are also available in the car.

• Front parking assist


• Has a 3.6 L, 6 cylinder engine giving off 385 Horsepower, direct injection.

• Transmission could either be 6-speed manual transmission or 7-speed dual-clutch aka PDK.

• Powerful acceleration, strong brakes, precise steering capabilities, fuel-efficient and very customizable.


• Have two power options: either a 382 horsepower 5.5 liters 8v SL550 or the SL600 with 510 horsepower 5.5 liters 12v engine.

• Drive airbag on the knee part, side airbags.

• Navigation system with real-time traffic information

• Wireless cellular phone link on all car models


• Contains a 600 horsepower engine, 8.4 liters 10v engine

• Has an acceleration power of 0 to 60 miles per hour in just four seconds!

• With built-in Brembo breaks.

• 560 pounds-feet of torque power.

• And a limited slip rear differential.


• Made from carbon fiber and polished aluminum materials which are very light yet durable.

• With W16 engine containing 4 turbochargers with a maximum power of 1,001 horsepower.

• With a lightning speed shift time of less than milliseconds.

• Permanent four wheel drive.

• With a brake horsepower of 1,001 figures, of 446.3 brake horsepower/ton.

• Acceleration speed of 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.4 seconds.

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