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How To Enjoy when in Las Vegas

Where To Rent Luxury Cars in Las Vegas Going to Las Vegas for a special event or for a vacation requires advance preparation to set everything in order. This very exciting travel plan should be intensively planned to bring out the best out of it. From flights and accommodation to itinerary and entertainment, it is important to schedule everything to have a perfect Las Vegas trip. With all its luxury such as casinos, bar, hotels,…

Fans offered chance to be part of Ferrari launch

Ferrari is offering fans the chance to play a part in the launch of its 2016 Formula 1 car, which is set to be unveiled next month. The Maranello-based outfit has launched a social media campaign – titled #ReadySetRed – where those fans who engage the most will be awarded points. The top 10 highest scoring fans will then be given the opportunity to participate in the online launch of Ferrari’s 2016 challenger – which…

Porsche Thinks It Can Do Electric Cars Better Than Tesla

Porsche unveiled its new 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S models at this week’s Detroit auto show. The car, a mid-cycle refresh, is just what enthusiasts have come to expect from the German performance-car company’s latest—faster, better, stronger. But the luxury auto maker has some big changes afoot, including more plug-in hybrids, the first all-electric Porsche and the fate of its diesel Cayenne. After the press conference was over, Fortune sat down with Porsche North…

Lamborghini Miura: Celebrating 50th Anniversary

In 1966 an unremarkable company, founded three years prior by a man who built tractors for a living, forever changed the sports car industry. The unveiling of the Lamborghini Miura shocked the auto industry and then the rest of the world at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show. While just down the aisle Ferrari showed its customary front-engined cars in the form of the somewhat underwhelming 365 GTC Spyder and 330 GTC, the Miura was a…

Porsche seeks diesel approval fix in U.S. January 2016

Porsche is confident it will win approval from U.S. authorities by the end of January for plans to bring its larger diesel models capable of cheating U.S. emissions tests in line with the law, its chief executive said on Tuesday. Proposals submitted to U.S. environmental authorities in December aim to make 13,000 Cayenne sport-utility vehicles (SUVs) with V6 diesel engines compliant with U.S. rules by replacing catalytic converters and running software updates for 2013 and…