2012 Gumpert Apollo Enraged

This feature alone will surely bring a jaw-dropping experience for people who will see this car in motion. Hailing from Gumpert, one of the best car manufacturers around the world, the Apollo Enraged has been designed for street racing.

It was featured at the 82nd Geneva International Motor Show and it has since received a huge audience. The car’s brute thrust goes up to 780 horsepower which is definitely saying something.

This limited edition car will definitely entice people who treasure cars and a fine work of art. The 2012 Gumpert Apollo Enraged will bring drivers from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds with 780 horsepower which is definitely saying something and will sprint to 124 miles per hour in a matter of 8.7 seconds. A true feat achieved by this limited edition car from Gumpert.

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The Jaguar XJ Ultimate

Jaguar has revealed its most luxurious XJ… in the world. This is the XJ ‘Ultimate’, and its heading for the Beijing motor show. It is a brand new 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine.

This new 3.0-litre is an all-aluminium unit and produces 335bhp and 331lb ft of torque, together with a Roots twin vortex supercharger mounted in the ‘V’, its boost controlled by Bosch engine management software. As such, the 0-60mph is done in 5.7 seconds and the Jag will go on to a limited top speed of 155mph (exactly that of the standard 5.0-litre V8).

There’s a new 2.0-litre turbocharged four-pot petrol engine coming to the line-up too, offered in the XF and XJ, with 237bhp and 250 torques. At 138kgs, it’s the lightest Jag engine in history, thanks to aluminium construction and compact dimensions. Jag tells us these torques are higher than the ten-year old Jaguar 3.2-litre V8.

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Rolls-Royce Ghost Six Senses

Revealed moments ago at the Beijing motor show, RR’s built the SS in collaboration with its bespoke department – its highfalutin in-house custom shop – to appeal to sight, sound, aroma, taste and touch. Called the Six Senses concept, this specially equipped Ghost is designed to stimulate each of the five senses – sight, sound, scent, taste and touch – and proffers the singular luxury of a Rolls-Royce as the sixth sense. Sure beats seeing dead people.

Underneath the wood and leather there’s the standard 6.6-litre 48-valve V12, which winds out 563bhp and 575lb ft of torque. Plenty power to put the fear of God into anything in the near distance.

“Ghost Six Senses redefines a simple truth,” added Torsten Müller-Ötvös. “A Rolls-Royce is always so much more than the sum of its beautiful parts.”

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Bugatti veyron 16.4 demonstration by Jeremy: A True Hurricane

In addition to hosting BBC’s celebrated Top Gear and penning columns in an array of magazines and newspapers, Jezza was tapped by the people behind the Xbox driving sim Forza 4 to voice-over the video clips showcasing some of the exciting cars in the game’s virtual stable, including the Veyron. You may have already seen it while playing the game, but evidently pleased with the job Clarkson and Turn 10 Studios did, Bugatti itself released the video for your viewing pleasure.

Lamborghini Trademarks The Name “Deimos”

its been reported that Lamborghini has trademarked the name “Deimos.” One would naturally assume that the Italian supercar manufacturer plans to use the name for an upcoming vehicle, and the next one in line is the SUV concept that will debut at the Beijing Motor Show in just two weeks. Aside from that, the Gallardo has a replacement in the pipeline as well. Being Lamborghini, though, the name could be given to some unknown concept or one-off that’s sprung on us unsuspecting enthusiasts at an upcoming auto show.

Who and What is “DIEMOS” :

In Greek mythologyDeimos (meaning “dread”) was the personification of terror.

He was the son of Ares and Aphrodite. He is the twin brother of Phobos and the goddess Enyo who accompanied Ares into battle, as well as his father’s attendants, Trembling, Fear, Dread and Panic. Deimos is more of a personification and an abstraction of the sheer terror that is brought by war