Our Exotic Cars

We offer the largest fleet of exotic supercars from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Aston Martin, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, and the Nissan GT-R. Take the wheel of these incredible machines and push their performance to the limit with one-on-one coaching from a professional racing instructor!

Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2

Lamborghini Gallardo LP550
  • 200 MPH
  • 550 HP
  • 3.9 S
  • US$200.000
Gallardo holds the distinction of being Lamborghini's top selling vehicle of all time. It packs a powerful V-10 engine with 550 horsepower and a top speed of 200 mph with a 0-60 in 3.9 seconds. Named 2006 Top Gear Dream Car of the Year and 2009 Top Gear Car of the Year, the Gallardo remains a top pick among visitors to both of our tracks.

Romain Thievin

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Lamborghinis have a lot of power and very aggressive personalities, and it all starts with the Gallardo LP550. This car is defined by its use of classic sports car technology: rear wheel drive and an exceptionally powerful engine. This exotic throws you back in the seat with its 550 hp V10 and will hold you there until you surrender by taking your foot off the throttle.

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Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2

Lamborghini Huracan
  • 198 MPH
  • 580 HP
  • 3.4 S
  • US$216.000
It's like a time machine. Only faster. There is nothing from the past that rivals the technology of the new Huracán, which comes together in a perfect car that seems straight out of the future. The rear-wheel drive system with rear mechanical self-locking differential is faster and extremely precise in transferring the torque, according to the road situation and the dynamic modes selected.

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The Lamborghini Huracán gets your attention, and not only for its looks. Behind the wheel are two large shift-paddles and in the center dash a large LED tachometer. With 573 horsepower, you’ll be using these shift paddles fast and furiously. That’s a good thing, because this Lambo wants to go hard and fast. The balance is tuned for speed and fun making this one of the most exhilarating cars in the entire Exotics Racing fleet.

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US$359

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Romain Thievin

Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica

Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica
  • 198 MPH
  • 470 HP
  • 3.2 S
  • US$273.000
The Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica packs a punch with its 5.2-liter V10 engine, delivering an impressive 640 horsepower. With advanced aerodynamics and an active aerodynamic system, it offers unrivaled performance and handling on any track, making it a true force to be reckoned with.

Tips From A Pro

When driving the Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica on a racetrack, remember to harness the raw power of its 640 horsepower, 5.2-liter V10 engine. Achieve maximum acceleration by smoothly utilizing its seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Take advantage of the advanced braking system, allowing for late braking and optimal control. Embrace the car's exceptional grip and aerodynamics as you navigate corners, maintaining the perfect racing line. Push your limits fearlessly, trusting in the stability and agility of the Huracan Tecnica.
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US$449

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Lamborghini Huracan STO

Lamborghini Huracan STO
  • 198 MPH
  • 640 HP
  • 3.0 S
  • US$330.000
It's like a time machine. Only faster. There is nothing from the past that rivals the technology of the new Huracán, which comes together in a perfect car that seems straight out of the future. The rear-wheel drive system with rear mechanical self-locking differential is faster and extremely precise in transferring the torque, according to the road situation and the dynamic modes selected.

Tips From A Pro

"With 640 horsepower it's not a secret that the Huracan STO is fast ... really fast. It combines the best elements of the smaller, lighter Superleggera and the more powerful, but heavier Aventador. The Huracan features an all-new chassis featuring an offset mid-mounted 5.2L V10, a sophisticated rear-wheel-drive system, and the smoothest and fastest shifting dual-clutch transmission ever offered by Lamborghini making it one of the easiest Lamborghinis to drive fast, but it hasn't lost the iconic and aggressive feel you expect from Lamborghini."
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US$494

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Ferrari F430 F1

Ferrari F430 F1
  • 198 MPH
  • 490 HP
  • 3.9 S
  • US$200.000
A true racing classic by every stretch of the imagination, the Ferrari 430 F1 delivers 490 horsepower with a 0-60 mph in 3.7 seconds and completes the 1/4 mile in 11.9 seconds. This Formula 1 inspired supercar is easy to drive while delivering enough excitement to last a lifetime.

Romain Thievin

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Since I was a child, I have always dreamed about driving a Ferrari. The F430 F1 has a special place in my heart because it was one of the first Ferraris I ever drove on track and it made me a Ferrari lover! The paddles are big and easy to use, the shifts are quick but still very smooth, and the F430 F1 makes a wonderful noise that just rings through the cabin.

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US$269

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Ferrari 488 GTB

Drive a Ferrari 488
  • 205 MPH
  • 660 HP
  • 3.0 S
  • US$330.000
The fastest car around our track! Pure pleasure to drive, the new Ferrari 488 GTB is the successor to the already mind-blowing 458, the new berlinetta is faster and more agile, with a refined active aerodynamics package and nearly 100 horsepower more from its turbocharged V8.

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It’s pure pleasure to drive the Ferrari 488 GTB with the active aerodynamics package and 661 horsepower from its turbocharged V8. The engine delivers power without a hint of lag from the turbos. Throttle down and the engine growls all the way to redline. How good is it? The numbers speak for themselves.

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US$359

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Romain Theivin

Ferrari 488 Pista

Ferrari 488 Pista
  • 211 MPH
  • 710 HP
  • 2.8 S
  • US$390.000
The Ferrari 488 Pista again raises the bar for what Ferrari can do to create simply brilliant cars. When you consider that they started from an already brilliant car in the 488 GTB and made the 488 Pista more powerful, lighter and ultimately faster should be more than enough to stop you in your tracks and do whatever it takes to get behind the wheel.

Tips From A Pro

Total confidence is what you can have in the Ferrari 488 Pista on the Exotics Racing track. Total exhilaration is what you will feel. It’s truly one of the best.
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US$494

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Ferrari 488 Challenge Evo

Ferrari 488 Challenge Evo
  • 211 MPH
  • 670 HP
  • 2.8 S
  • US$370.000
The 488 Challenge is based on the road-going model, but similarities end there. This is a highly-strung track monster with a unique body kit, tuned 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 with 670 hp, incredibly fast gearbox, full aerodynamic package, and immensely powerful brakes. You will need them since the car is so much quicker and more capable than any road-going Ferrari you might have experienced.

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This car is beyond fast, and it will change your perception of performance and capability. Consider yourself warned, the 488 Challenge at full speed at our track is a life-changing experience.
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US$599

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Porsche 718 Cayman GTS

Porsche Cayman 718 GTS
  • 180 MPH
  • 365 HP
  • 4.4 S
  • US$84.430

The Porsche 718 Cayman GTS has a lineage back to the legendary 718 Spyder of 1957. But the 2018 718 Cayman GTS is a modern wonder of driving perfection. Its compact chassis with the mid-engine mounted 2.5-liter turbo-charged boxer-4 is as well-balanced as any car could be. And thanks to its lower, stiffer sprung suspension, the 718 Cayman GTS is super agile to handle corners with unflappable grace. Drive one today in Las Vegas.


Alex Premat

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Put on your dancing shoes, because the Porsche 718 Cayman GTS wants to boogie. This car isn’t about top speed – even though it tops out at 180 MPH – it’s about the corners. Fast corners, slow corners, decreasing radius corners and every other kind of corner you can think of is a real treat from behind the wheel of the 718 Cayman GTS.

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US$179

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Porsche 718 Cayman GT4

Porsche Cayman GT4
  • 183 MPH
  • 414 HP
  • 4.4 S
  • US$120.000
This highly-respected member of Porsche's exclusive GT family of cars is powered by 4.0-liter, naturally-aspirated, flat-six unit which delivers 414 hp to the rear wheels through the PDK (automatic) transmission. As one of the lightest and most agile current Porsche products, the 718 Cayman GT4 is known for being the most engaging to drive due to razor-sharp steering and insane amounts of grip. It can shoot its way to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and top 188 mph with ease.

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“Feel an incredible balance, immense grip from sticky race tires, precision steering, and brakes that are able to stop you on a dime, even when you deaccelerate from 188 mph top speed. The Cayman 718 GT4 is considered to be one of the best driver's machines in the world, and you will see why.”
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US$224

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Porsche 992 GT3

Porsche 992 Carrera S
  • 198 MPH
  • 502 HP
  • 3.7 S
  • US$175.000
After eight generations, the Porsche 911 Carrera S just keeps getting better. Codenamed 992, the all-new Porsche 911 keeps all of the fundamental ingredients of the most successful sports car ever – a flat-6 engine and a tried and true shape – and then reimagines them into something that is both utterly new yet totally familiar.

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The Porsche 911 is legendary and the new Carrera S doesn’t disappoint. It does everything so well. Acceleration. Cornering. Braking. As a driver you always want to have access to a car that doesn’t get in your way, but pushes you forward. The new 911 delivers.
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US$359

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Porsche 991 GT3 RS

Porsche 911 GT3 RS
  • 193 MPH
  • 500 HP
  • 3.4 S
  • US$195.000

Is it possible to make a great car even greater? According to Porsche, it is. The second generation of one of Porsche’s most acclaimed cars ever – the 991 GT3 RS – has arrived in America, and the first one is here at Exotics Racing in Las Vegas. The first-generation version holds the track record here, so it’s a sure bet the second-generation edition will only be better. How much so? Porsche says the second generation 991 GT3 RS is nearly 10 seconds a lap faster than the first generation around the Nürburgring’s Nordschleife circuit. If there is such a thing as supercar perfection, you can now find it at Exotics Racing in Las Vegas.


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"Pros know the difference between a racecar and road car. Most of the time, there’s no comparison, but with the 991 GT3 RS, the gap is almost non-existent. The cornering ability, throttle response, braking and power are so perfectly tuned to the racetrack making this car a complete joy to drive again and again"

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Porsche 991 GT2 RS

Porsche 911 GT2 RS
  • 211 MPH
  • 690 HP
  • 2.7 S
  • US$365.000
With 690 horsepower and 553 lb-ft the new 911 GT2 RS goes from 0-60 MPH in just 2.7 seconds and will continue to a top speed of 211 MPH. Proving its ultimate benchmark status, the 911 GT2 RS recently reset the record for the fastest lap around the Nürburgring in 6 minutes and 40 seconds, which is astonishing considering that not so long ago a sub-seven minute lap was out of reach.

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The Porsche 911 GT2 RS looks fast standing still and when you get behind the wheel, it doesn’t disappoint. The power delivery is incredible, the chassis tuning is perfectly balanced, the brakes allow you to attack the corner entry – it’s everything you want on track to deliver a superb driving experience and to break the lap-time record in the Michelin Time Trial Challenge!
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US$494

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McLaren 570s

McLaren 570S
  • 204 MPH
  • 562 HP
  • 3.2 S S
  • US$205.000
The McLaren 570s features a carbon fiber composite chassis powered by a mid-mounted V8, twin-turbo engine that cranks out 540 hp and delivers a 0-60 in 3.2 seconds! The McLaren 570s is a pure racing machine with distinct vertical doors and a 7-speed automatic dual-clutch gearbox that produces a top speed of 204 mph.

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Everything about this car is designed to make it fast. From the aerodynamic scoops and ridges to the twin-turbo V8, this is an authentic sports car with a top speed that exceeds 200mph. To accomplish this, McLaren opened up their notebook from their Formula One team to create this car and that elite level of engineering shines when you accelerate. The turbos kick-in and you’re forced into your seat as the sound from the engine fills the cabin, reminding you that this car belongs on a race track.

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US$359

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Romain Thievin

McLaren 570 GT4

McLaren 570 GT4
  • 204 MPH
  • 562 HP
  • 3.2 S S
  • US$210.000
Supercars are interesting mechanical beasts. They are incredibly fun to drive, fast, and exciting in their stock form. But for true speed addicts, there are special supercars that only real enthusiasts know of. One of those secret specials is the sublime McLaren 570 GT4. You never heard of it? That is because this is a racing model, illegal for road use, and extremely rare. However, we have it in our fleet, and we are happy to share it with you and change your complete perspective on what speed really is.

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“McLaren’s 570 GT4 race car is the ultimate experience on the track. But keep in mind: If you want to be really fast, use the torque to pull you out of the curve and then floor it on the straight.”
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US$449

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Aston Martin Vantage F1

Aston Martin Vantage GT
  • 195 MPH
  • 535 HP
  • 3.5 S
  • US$153.000

Performance is at the heart of every Aston Martin, but when it wears an F1 badge it must be a truly exceptional car.  The Vantage was already the most focused sports car in the Aston Martin range but with the development of the Safety Car of Formula 1, it became a true athlete: more powerful; more agile; more immediate and more exciting to drive.


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“The Aston Martin F1 Edition is pure fun to drive on our Exotics Racing track. The Vantage turns hard and accurately, resisting understeer even on tighter corners. But it's the behavior of the car's rear end that really amuses, especially the progressive (and sometimes lurid) way its tail can be persuaded to step out under power. Few cars are this easy to steer with the throttle or as friendly when driven beyond the limit.”

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US$269

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Romain Thievin

Audi R8 V10

Audi R8 V10 Plus
  • 205 MPH
  • 562 HP
  • 3.7 S
  • US$202.000
The Audi R8 was so popular with our visitors that Exotics Racing now has 3 R8s available for use. The R8 is a mid engine 5.2L, V10 that delivers 525 hp with a top speed of 196 mph. Commonly referred to as the "Iron Man Audi", the R8 is developing a reputation as the go-to-car in Hollywood, having been featured in 7 major films in the last 3 years.

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"The R8 is the perfect example of what happens when you take a high powered Italian engine and give it to one of the most prestigious car manufacturers in the world. It shares many parts and characteristics with the Lamborghini Gallardo. It has style, comfort, and speed, all in one package; and the Advanced Quattro all-wheel-drive makes the R8 very easy to drive fast."
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US$269

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Mercedes AMG GT R

Mercedes AMG-GTR
  • 198 MPH
  • 577 HP
  • 3.5 S
  • US$187.000
Mercedes has changed the game with the AMG GT R Coupe. There's a reason beyond commercial interests that this car is what paces the field during a full-course yellow at a Formula 1 Grand Prix. The AMG GT R is over-engineered, overbuilt and powerful as a Mercedes should be, but it has the added dimension of being lithe and lively on a racetrack.

Tips From A Pro

"The Mercedes AMG GT R has plenty of power and torque, so with a purposeful application of the throttle and some precise steering inputs, you'll be putting down some fast lap times right away. Like all great cars, the AMG GT R encourages you to push a little harder with every lap."
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US$269

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Tristan Vautier

Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat
  • 204 MPH
  • 707 HP
  • 3.4 S
  • US$65.900

How do you take up to three passengers for a sideways drifting, tire-smoking extravaganza of a thrill ride? Buckle them into a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat. Why this car? To start, it’s a four door sedan, so the two backseat passenger can get in with ease. More importantly, the Charger SRT Hellcat pumps out a whopping 707 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque.


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A great drifting car needs four things. Horsepower. Torque. Rear wheel drive. And, a suspension that can keep the car flat and tires planted. The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat definitely fits the bill. This car will happily offer long, beautiful power-slides all day long, and keep on going.

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US$99

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Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z51

Corvette C8
  • 194 MPH
  • 495 HP
  • 2.6 S
  • US$100.000

Corvette C8 is truly revolutionary. With its 6.2-liter LT2 V8 engine and 8-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox now tucked in behind the driver, the Corvette C8 also has a completely new aluminum frame and composite body panels. As a result of all this the Corvette C8 goes a full second faster than the Corvette C7 Stingray to 60 MPH from a standing start in a blistering 2.8 seconds. Why? 495 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque is one reason.


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"The Corvette C8 is unlike any other Corvette you may have driven before. Where previous Corvettes have been something of a handful, requiring some muscle to drive, the Corvette C8 is a precise driver’s tool. To get the most from it, focus on the ideal line, make precise inputs on the wheels and pedals and keep your eyes up because the next corner will come quickly."

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US$269

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Romain Thievin

Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06

Corvette C8
  • 189 MPH
  • 670 HP
  • 2.6 S
  • US$130.000
Corvette C8 is truly revolutionary. With its 6.2-liter LT2 V8 engine and 8-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox now tucked in behind the driver, the Corvette C8 also has a completely new aluminum frame and composite body panels. As a result of all this the Corvette C8 goes a full second faster than the Corvette C7 Stingray to 60 MPH from a standing start in a blistering 2.8 seconds. Why? 495 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque is one reason.

Romain Thievin

Tips From A Pro

"The Corvette C8 is unlike any other Corvette you may have driven before. Where previous Corvettes have been something of a handful, requiring some muscle to drive, the Corvette C8 is a precise driver’s tool. To get the most from it, focus on the ideal line, make precise inputs on the wheels and pedals and keep your eyes up because the next corner will come quickly."
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US$359

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Ford Shelby GT500

Shelby GT500
  • 180 MPH
  • 760 HP
  • 3.3 S
  • US$75.000
If you’re wondering why the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is at Exotics Racing, let’s start by saying that it’s no ordinary Mustang. The GT500 comes with 760 horsepower, can reach 60 MPH from a standing start in 3.3 seconds and will dust off the quarter mile in 10.6 seconds. If that doesn’t surprise you then consider this. It can corner exceedingly well too.

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"Don’t be scared this Mustang is no wild pony. The GT500 is right at home on the Exotics Racing track with driver focused capabilities that will surprise and delight you. Drive it like a supercar because it is a supercar."
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US$269

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Acura NSX

Acura NSX
  • 190 MPH
  • 573 HP
  • 3.1 S
  • US$170.000
In 1991 the Acura NSX proved that supercars don’t only come from the Emila-Romana, Bavaria or the English Midlands. Japan’s first true supercar forced every car maker to raise their game. Now, the NSX is back. And it’s higher tech, faster and more beautiful than its predecessor. This is a car that rewards its driver with sublime performance that makes you better behind the wheel. The only place to drive it on track in Las Vegas is at Exotics Racing.

Romain Thievin

Tips From A Pro

"The Acura NSX is the ultimate point and squeeze car. With all-wheel drive capability and the instant torque of the electric motors, matched to an ultra-dynamic chassis and lightning fast 9-speed gearbox, just point it where you want to go and squeeze on the power as fast as you dare. The NSX will respond to your every input and then tease you for a little more. A pussycat on the road turns into a wildcat on the track with the agility, power, and grace of a panther."

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US$269

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Nissan GT-R Premium

Nissan GT-R
  • 191 MPH
  • 565 HP
  • 2.9 S
  • US$110.000

The super car giant killer is now better than ever. Continuous refinement to the new, 2017 Nissan GT-R Premium has made this car that can take-on a Porsche 911 a better driver’s car. It’s got more horsepower, now up to 565, and more torque, but what really makes this new GT-R better is the improved method of delivery. Torque is more linear and the upgraded 6-speed dual clutch gearbox controls the power with more precision to make this car smoother to drive when your mission is to gobble up as much asphalt as quickly as you can.


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The Nissan GT-R Premium comes with plenty of power and torque available when you want it. It’s mostly composed, but it likes to play as well, which makes it a very fun car out on track. On track, the dual intake, low-back pressure exhaust system plays a delicious harmony and when in R-Mode, the gearbox is able to pre-select the next gear to produce lightening fast upshifts that urge you to drive harder from corner to corner.

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US$269

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Romain Thievin

Maserati MC20

Maserati MC20
  • 200 MPH
  • 630 HP
  • 2.9 S
  • US$260.000
Blending a light, old-school design with a modern, flexible, massively torquey motor creates a concoction that few will be able to forget. If you want the best of new and old worlds, you need to try sliding through a corner in an MC20.

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The relatively low weight of 3,300 pounds and sophisticated suspension design means the MC20 can dance with an urgency and alertness that its on-road manners would not suggest. Light, fast, informative steering matched with double-wishbone suspension at all four corners gives the driver a feeling of confidence and connection that are utterly addicting.
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US$349

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