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Seen in Osaka

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It was quite interesting walking through the streets of Osaka, you can leave a busy and crowded street and suddenly find another quiet street with many luxury dealers together. We’ve talked in some other post about that, in Japan everything is practically possible and the fact is that you can find a Ferrari Dealer in front of a small Temple.

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Tokyo Auto Salon 2013 Part III

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Here is part 3 of the Auto Salon coverage from January! There will be one more part and then we will look at the parking lot

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Sesto Elemento

Lamborghini is redefining the future of the super sports car with a very limited special edition.

Boasting an extremely lightweight construction thanks to advanced carbon-fiber technology, the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento has an overall curb weight of just 999 kilograms (2,202 lb) – including V10 power unit and permanent all-wheel drive.

With its amazing output of 570 hp, sensational power-to-weight ratio of only 1.75 kilograms per hp and 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration of only 2.5 seconds, the Sesto Elemento guarantees unparalleled driving fun.

The Sesto Elemento is a masterpiece of extreme lightweight engineering and demonstrates the outstanding expertise of Automobili Lamborghini in all areas of carbon-fiber technology.

Thanks to its sensational power-to-weight ratio of only 1.75 kilograms per hp, this very limited edition supersports car delivers unparalleled performance.

From a standing start, the Sesto Elemento catapults itself to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a sensational 2.5 seconds.

ncompromising dynamics from the very first glance: the design of the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento displays the sensuality of high performance and possesses the elegance of pure, unadulterated power.

The Sesto Elemento lifts the design DNA of the Lamborghini brand to a new level and integrates the functional consistency of carbon-fiber technology into its design language.

“SENSATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND HANDLING”

Aventador J Unica

The Lamborghini Aventador J is an absolute one-off: a one-of-a-kind piece of art.

It combines the overwhelming performance of the Lamborghini Aventador with the most intense experience of power and dynamics imaginable in an automobile.

The Lamborghini Aventador J is a radically open automobile – exterior and interior meld into each other. The designers and engineers in Sant’Agata Bolognese have not only dispensed entirely with the roof, but also with the front windshield. Drivers must have the right equipment for driving at top speeds higher than 300 km/h.

The unique expertise of Automobili Lamborghini in the field of carbon fiber reinforced polymers is evident not only in the hi-tech monocoque, but also in the research into further innovative solutions. Unlike traditional seats, the Aventador J seats are made of Forged COMPOSITE®, with inserts of flexible carbon fiber fabrics: a result of an innovative Lamborghini patent.

Rare cars in Japan: P250S Lamborghini Urraco 1973

We all know that japanese are one of the most strongest followers of cars and this do not only is refered to JDM world we used to know. Japan has one of the biggest demand of supercars in earth. All we remember that iconic accident featuring some 355’s. But they are also enthusiast of old school european supercars as we gonna see in a series of articles.

The Lamborghini Urraco was a sports car manufactured by Italian automaker Lamborghini in the 1970s. It was introduced at the Turin auto show in 1970 but wasn’t available to buyers until 1973.

The car was a 2+2 coupé with body designed by Marcello Gandini, at the time working for Carrozzeria Bertone.[1] Rather than being another supercar, like the Lamborghini Miura, the Urraco was more affordable, an alternative to the contemporary Ferrari Dino and Maserati Merak.

When production ended in 1979, 791 Urracos had been built. Twenty-one of these were labelled Urraco PIII (P250 Tipo III) for the American market. In order to comply with American regulations, these cars had larger front bumpers and emissions controls, the latter resulting in less horsepower for the American version. The other Urraco versions were the Urraco P200, Urraco P250 and Urraco P300 with 2 litre, 2.5 litre, and 3 litre V-8 respectively*.

 

 

 

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