A 15-story tower of Ferraris and Lamborghinis in glass boxes has become a quirky landmark in Singapore. And it all started with a visit to Toys R Us.
Struggling with a lack of space at his sports car showroom, Gary Hong was inspired by a vertical display of Matchbox cars while shopping at the toy store with his son.
Hong, 45, has turned his vision into a 148-foot tower housing some of the world’s most expensive cars.
“We decided to build something a bit different to solve the problem,” Hong, general manager at Autobahn Motors, told CNNMoney.
Lamborghini unveiled its new Centenario supercar today at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
The uber-aggressive, carbon-fiber-clad beast is a celebration of company-founder Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birthday.
The Centenario is also the most powerful road car in company history.
Under the hood you’ll find a naturally aspirated 770 horsepower V-12 engine. It’s the most extreme version of Lambo’s iconic V-12 that has ever been deployed in a road car.
When I found this video of someone driving their Lamborghini through floodwaters in San Diego, I assumed it would go poorly. Even as the video began to play, I was already saying aloud to myself, “You’re doing it wrong.”
Turns out, though, I was the one who was wrong. That’s because that Lamborghini Huracan drove through the water like a boss (or like a Jeep — you choose).