Audi R8 Grise Convertible 2014It’s always difficult for a carmaker to join the supercar club, but Audi had a bona fide hit with the first-generation R8. Audi had a solid reputation as a luxury carmaker when the R8 first launched in 2008, but making the jump to supercars still seemed like quite a stretch. Yet, the outgoing model is among the most well-regarded cars of its type. Audi is reportedly considering a hardcore “RS” that would feature a tuned V10 and more spartan accommodations to save weight. Possibly the first R8 model ever with rear-wheel drive, it would be Audi’s answer to the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the upcoming Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
Corvette Z06 Noir 2016The 2016 Z06’s 6.2-liter supercharged LT4 V8 is rated at 650 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque. That makes the new Z06 the most powerful production car GM has ever built. Not only does the Z06 eclipse the old Corvette ZR1’s output of 638 hp and 604 lb-ft, it also overpowers the McLaren 650S and SRT Viper, and is just one horsepower shy of the Ferrari FF’s output. That record-breaking power output is achieved with an engine based on the same Gen 5 small-block design as the LT1 V8 used in the regular Corvette Stingray. Notable upgrades include a 1.7-liter supercharger, dry-sump oiling, aluminum cylinder heads, and titanium intake valves.
Nissan GTR 2016With the so-called "Launch Control" system, the acceleration announced is 3.3 s for the 0 to 100 km / h3, a performance that earned the GT-R to enter the Guinness book of records as a car "Four fastest production places in the world at 0 to 100 km / h" 4. The 400 meters standing start is measured in 12.1 seconds and the 1,000 meters start in 21.8 s5, equivalent to a Ferrari F404. The top speed reaches 315 km / h, making it one of the world's fastest four-seater cars. For rent at Prestige