In this video a epic collection of arab supercars from every country of Middle-East invading Cannes and Monaco for three mad days. We all know how much arab people can buy the most expensive, exclusive and rarest hypercars and “personalize” ‘em with eccentric body kits or strange color configurations like the orange chrome Bugatti Veyron of the member of the Royal Family of Dubai or the matte white Gemballa Ferrari Enzo MIG-1 of the Brunei Sultan. Some people think that this is a waste, but it is not for me to judge.
In this video an epic compilation of supercars and hypercars spotted in a single crazy night of carspotting in Monaco. The complete list of the cars in this video (and their colors) below:
In the december 2004 two Gallardo were donated to the italian police in honour of the force’s 152nd anniversary. One of this Lamborghini Gallardo Polizia Stradale was destroyed in a crash on the Salerno-Reggio Calabria Highway.
The Maserati Ghibli II Series was a two-door coupe sports car produced since 1992 to replace the Maserati 228 …
The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano is a sports car produced by the italian manufacture in Maranello, Modena since 2006 to replace the Ferrari 575M Maranello.
This two-seat flagship is entirely designed by Pininfarina under the direction of Frank Stephenson and was unveiled for the first time at the 2006 Geneva Motorshow.
Its name stands for its displacement (5999 cc) Gran Turismo Berlinetta, and Fiorano is a tribute to the historical private Ferrari Track.
The MUSEO FERRARI (or GALLERIA FERRARI) is an amazing museum opened since 1990 in Maranello (MO), Italy, the city of the Italian Prancing Horse.
Located just 400 metres from the mythical Ferrari Factory, is an over 2500 square metres area where is exposed 365 days a year a collection of over 60 models which made the history of CAVALLINO RAMPANTE and of automotive world generally.