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Ferrari California - Italian sports car

Ferrari California is a grand touring sports car that was launched by Ferrari, Italia at the 2008. It is a two door hard top convertible. Is powered by front-mid mounted direct injection 4.3 L V8 with 460 PS...more

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Italian car beauty - Alfa Romeo Spider

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The Pagani Huayra - Roaring god of wind

In 2012 we are are expecting an exotic Pagani with an even more exotic name - Huayra .The name comes from a god of wind in the Andes, an appropriate calling for a car boosted by a twin-turbo V12 and meant to fly along the ground at 230 mph.

The 2012 Pagani Huayra is more than just an evolution of the Zonda. It starts with the engine, for the Zonda's racing-specification, normally aspirated 7.0-liter Mercedes V12 has been replaced by an AMG-tuned twin-turbo 6.0-liter Mercedes V12.

In standard form, the turbocharged 5,980cc V12 will have an output of 700 BHP at 6,300 rpm and 664 pound-feet of torque from 2,500-4,250 rpm. The Sport version will create 730 BHP and 811 lb-ft of torque. The standard engine has been took from the Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG Black Series. Horacio Pagani notes that this turbocharged Powerhouse car makes it possible to meet air emission regulations, so he plans to get a certificate for the United States market.

Manufacturer:      Pagani
Production:           2011
Assembly:             Modena, Italy
Predecessor:       Pagani Zonda
Class:                    Sports car
Layout:                   Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout
Engine:                   Mercedes-AMG V12 Bi-Turbo M158, 5980 cc
Transmission:      7-speed sequential cross. AMT robotic system with driving programs

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The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta - Smoothness from Italy

Four words:The. Fastest. Ferrari. Period.

While the F12 Berlinetta may have a name seemingly created to drive English teachers crazy, the 740 BHP V12 is just demenziale. Genrating 509 lb-ft of torque, it is enough to propel the 3,362-pound car from 0-62 mph in just 3.1 seconds and 0-104 mph in 8.5 seconds, taking it from Ferrari. Of course, the true measure of any Ferrari is a lap around Fiorano course, which the Italian carmaker says can be completed in just 1:23 seconds .

Ferrari says the new Berlinetta has a lower and more rearward center of gravity thanks to a redesigned suspension and gearbox, with 54 percent of the entire weight of the car resting on the rear tires. A 0.299 Cd and 76 percent more downforce allows a top speed of over 211 mph.

Production:       2012–
Assembly:         Maranello, Italy
Predecessor:   Ferrari 599
Class:                 Grand tourer
Body style:         2-seat berlinetta
Layout:                FMR layout
Engine:                6.3 L V12
Transmission:   7-speed dual-clutch Automated Manual

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The Lamborghini Aventador J - a car from the future

It is one thing to make a convertible version of the beautiful Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, it is a different thing to take the roof and the windscreen off, fitting two tiny wind deflectors in front of the driver and passenger compartments. Climate control? None. Navigation system? Don't even think about it.

What you do get is what Lambo calls "an utterly indescribable experience of power and dynamics." The Italian Lamborghini Aventador  Roadster uses the same 700 BHP, 6.5-liter V12 as its hardtop cousin, and Lamborghini states that the open-air J will go up to 186 miles per hour. In an effort to save weight even more, the carmaker has used a new carbon fiber fabric called "Carbonskin" that is soft and supple enough to be used on the seats and interior trim. Regardless, we are sure that once you are actually driving this monster at speed, you won't really care how nice the fabric under your butt is.
The J Roadster you see here is for sale. How many more will be produced? Zero. It's a one-off, one-run deal, and put away your pocketbooks – it has already been sold for a small amount of 2.1 million euros. The Italian Golden Bull is really showing of what they can do with the new Lamborghini Aventador J. Truly  amazing car. 

Sorry, but we couldn't find any technical information about the Italian Lamborghini Aventador J.

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The Alfa Romeo 159 - The Italian cop

For the 2011 model year, the Alfa Romeo 159 - both sedan and station wagon models- have been renewed in vogue and interior; it additionally gets optional packages that offer customers a more competitive bid.

The company offers a lot of attention to detail and top quality interior materials making the 159 look even sportier and even more original. The Alfa 159 gets a brand new combination of leather offered in black or beige and an elegant chrome treatment. 
 For 2011, customers are going to be able to choose between four different packages:Sport Pack, Comfort Pack, TI Plus Pack  and Comfort plus pack . These packages provide an abundance of equipment like side sills, aluminum pedals, sports instruments with white lighting, a sport steering wheel and a shift knob. Alternative features of these packages include cruise control, electrical door mirrors and fog lamps. These packages are finished off with a system media player and speakerphone Blue & Me and radio controls on the steering wheel.

The 2011 Alfa Romeo 159 also will provide the driver with five different engine options: a 1.8 liter one hundred forty hp and a 2.0 liter two hundred hp turbocharged petrol and diesels to the tune of a JTDM with 120, 170, and 200 hp.

The Alfa Romeo 159 is the official car of the Italian military police - the Carabinieri.


  • 1.75 L TBi I4
  • 1.8 L MPI I4
  • 1.9 L JTS I4
  • 2.2 L JTS I4
  • 3.2 L JTS V6
  • 1.9 L JTD I4
  • 2.0 L JTD I4
  • 2.4 L JTD I5

Transmission:            5 and 6-speed manual
                                6-speed Sequential manual
                                6-speed automatic

Wheelbase:              (sedan/sportswagon)
                               2700/2703 mm (106.3/106.4 in.)

Length:                    4660/4661 mm (183.4/183.5 in.)

Width:                     1828/1830 mm (71.9/72.0 in.)

Height:                     1417–1422 mm (55.7-55.9 in.)

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Lamborghini Superleggera LP570 - Might from Italy

Bright green and brutal – it can only be the Italian car beast-Lamborghini. And it’s a rather hardcore one. Meet the Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera, Lambo’s super lightweight new model.
Needless to say, it’s the wildest Gallardo yet. It has got four-wheel drive and there’s more power. An extra 10 bhp takes the 5.2-litre V10’s total output to 562 bhp, the most an Italian Lambo Gallardo has yet offered and not far short of the bhp served up by the original Lamborghini Murcielago.
The gain in power over a Gallardo LP560-4 goes hand in hand with a loss in weight, as the Superleggera's name suggests. 70 kg have been shed, predominantly via copious usage of carbonfibre all over the body. Engine cover, sills, rear diffuser, rear spoiler and door mirrors all have a lightweight weave. Those beautiful forged alloy wheels also kill 13 kg and look pretty amazing while they’re at it.
Combine the dieting and the power gains and you get a 3.4 sec 0-100 km\h sprint, three tenths quicker than we managed in an LP560-4. Top speed is 202mph. It is a truly brutal car from a brutal manufacturer. 


Wheelbase:        2.560 mm (100,79 in)
Overall length:    4.386 mm (172,68 in)
Overall width :     1.900 mm (74,80 in)
Overall height:   1.165 mm (45,87 in)
Dry weight:          1.340 kg (2.954 lb)
Weight/Power:    2,35 kg/HP (5,18 lb/HP)
Weight distribution : 43 % - 57 %


Top speed:     325 km/h (202 mph)

Acceleration: 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 3,4 s

Acceleration: 0-200 km/h (0-124 mph): 10,2 s

Tyres and wheels

ESP:               Full ESP System with ABS, ASR and ABD

Steering:        Power- assisted rack and pinion

Front tyres:    Pirelli P ZERO CORSA 235/35 ZR19

Rear tyres:     Pirelli P ZERO CORSA 295/30 ZR19

Front wheels: Aluminium alloy 8,5’’ x ø 19’’

Rear wheels:  Aluminium alloy 11’’ x ø 19’’

Kerb-to-kerb turning circle: 11,5 m (37,7 ft) 
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Italian car beauty - Alfa Romeo Spider

There's a good dollop of charisma to be found under the hood of any Italian Alfa Spider. Engines include a 2.2-litre four-cylinder, a 3.2-litre V6 and a 2.4-litre five-pot turbodiesel; this refined unit is the best engine in the current line-up. But the Spider's heavy kerbweight does not help performance. The petrol engines struggle; the extra torque of the big diesel engine means maintaining progress is not as hard work. The extra kilos can be felt in the Spider's  handling, too, because while it is grippy, it never feels as agile or adjustable as you would like. There is some body roll and the Alfa is slow to react, and when the tires reach the limit of grip, the car tends to run wide round corners. As a result, the Alfa works its stability control hard, while the steering gives kickback under heavy loads. It does not offer great feedback at lower speeds so the driving experience feels rather remote. More crucially, the Romeo shows its weaknesses over bumpy surfaces, because it transmits shocks to the cabin, and vibrations can be felt around the windscreen. While the suspension is not overly firm, it is not as composed as we would like it to be. The brake pedal is soft, too. Despite everything said, the Spider is a  more loveable car than the raw data would have you believe. As with many other Alfa Romeos, it has real charm, and is a machine you will not buy with your head, you will buy it with your heart.

Class:            Sports car

Body style:    Coupé

Layout:           Front engine, Front-wheel drive / Four-wheel drive

Platform:       GM/Fiat Premium platform


                              1.75 L TBi I4
                              2.2 L JTS I4
                              3.2 L JTS V6

                              2.0 L JTD I4
                              2.4 L JTD I5

Transmission:  6-speed manual
                             6-speed semi-auto

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Pagani Zonda R- Italian car \ Art

Introduced a year ago in Vienna, the Italian super cars soon found their owners. The Pagani is valued at 1500000 euros, while the weight value is only 1000 kg without the driver and fuel. That is because of the titanium and carbon fiber materials installed in the car. Chassis rigidity is doubled, and the weight reduced by one third compared to a standard Zonda F. Almost everything on the car, starting from the front spoiler to the massive rear wing is made ​​from carbon fiber or titanium, except for the "cages" made ​​from steel.

Raw power and sophisticated technology.
What can you expect from this car? The new Pagani Zonda R goes from 0  to 100 km/h in 2.7 seconds while top speed reaches more than 350 km/h. However, the lucky ones who have owned this super sport car can calibrate the output power through the latest generation of software that currently does not exist in any other car in the world.

Although the Zonda F has great performances (7:27.82 at the Nürburgring, the realization of the lateral force of 1.5 G), it is still a production car, of course, with the prefix "super". The Zonda F is easy to drive, it is intuitive, and the benchmark in its class for comfort and safety. Since the series of 25 pieces was sold in record time, it is clear what kind of Italian car this is. However, it was not enough to fulfill the wishes of the most demanding customers.

The idea initially came from the customer's of Italian-American origin, automotive enthusiast and a proud owner of three Zonda cars! He described the project in his own way: "I thought about this idea for some time, but actually I'm not interested in racing."
However, the primary goal of the Zonda R is extraordinary performance on the track, without limitation rules and standards,except those relating to security. The first draft was completed in September 2009, but of crucial importance was the support of the Mercedes AMG division. The basis for the desired engine was found in the powerhouse machine from the CLK GTR, which dominated GT championships, and was perhaps the most powerful car in this competition ever. Even at constant racing pace the engine had to cover 5000 km before servicing! The challenge was accepted without hesitation.

Production 2009 (15 produced)
Class Racing car
Body style 2-door coupe
Layout Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel drive
Engine 6.0 L AMG V12
Transmission Xtrac 672 6-speed sequential manual

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Ferrari California- Fast Italian car

The Ferrari California made its debut in 2008 and is the company’s 2+2 hardtop convertible. It's a front engine, rear wheel drive grand touring Italian sports car and was the first vehicle in four decades that didn't have an alphanumeric appendage.

The Italian Ferrari California is driven by a 4.3L V8 delivering 454 HP and 358 lb-ft of torque. This engine can be paired to either a six-speed manual transmission or the company’s first seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.

If you take it from industry rumors, the California originally started as a concept for a new Maserati, but the resulting expense to produce the car led the Fiat Group to badge it as a Ferrari in order to justify the high cost of purchase; the company denies this.

The Italian car named Ferrari California has a top speed of 310 km/h (193 mph) and it accelerates from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.9 seconds. It is 180 kilograms (397 lb) heavier and 30 PS less powerful than the F430, but the California still reaches 97 km/h (60 mph) in the same time as the F430 because of the dual-clutch transmission.

The interior benefits from newly developed accessories and equipment such as the seats, steering wheel, and the instrument panel. The exterior is showing a classic Ferrari design aerodynamically enhanced to be highly ergonomic and enjoyable car to drive regardless of whether the top is up or down.

Assembly Maranello, Italy
Class Grand tourer
Body style 2-door, 2+2 coupé cabriolet
Layout Front mid-engine, rear-wheel drive
Engine 4,297 cc (262.2 cu in) 90° V8
Transmission 7-speed dual-clutch automated manual
6-speed manual