Luxury And Aggressive 2017 Vanderhall Laguna

Let us show you new 2017 Vanderhall Laguna. The new version of Vanderhall’s Laguna features a minimalist interior, with a powerful 600 Watt bluetooth sound system that will handle the soundtrack during your rides. There are no old-school AM/FM receivers here, as this car is looking towards the future, not where it came from. In terms of power, an impressive 1.4-liter GM-sourced turbocharged engine develops as much as 200 hp and 200 lb-ft of torque, with a six-speed automatic gearbox handling everything. The standard Laguna starts off at $49,950 and it comes with a hand-laid carbon fiber body, black grilles, fenders and calipers, 18″ alloys and many other goodies, but you could always go for something even more exquisite. Premium leather combinations, a custom black wool carpet, larger wheels and cruise control will cost you extra. The top-of-the-line Vanderhall Laguna Bespoke Motoring Experience will set you back $77,000, but you’ll get 104 leather and 120 synthetic interior setups to choose from and everything Vanderhall has to offer. And don’t forget to check our post to find out what is the most expensive car ever.

Lazareth Wazuma V8F Matte Edition

The Lazareth “Wazuma V8F Matte Edition” takes a Ferrari engine and pairs it with a BMW “M3” sequential gearbox, packing its ferocity in a matte black quad shell. Created by Dominic Lazareth, the French car and motorcycle tuner known for blurring the genres of vehicles and producing some of the most outrageous customs in Europe. The Lazareth “Wazuma V8F Matte Edition’s’ Ferrari 3.0 liter V8 engine is now modified with two Yamaha “R1” injection ramps, allowing its rider to over-rev the engine. This produces a frightening 250 hp for a total weight of 500 kg: quite frankly, terrifying. With twin wheels closely situated at the rear, and two spread wide at the front, the vehicles unique form and performance capabilites lend themselves to a superhero’s car collection – but which warrior would be brave enough to ride it? The control of the BMW “M3” gearbox has been completely revised by Lazareth, allowing the rider to make gear shifts by hand using two buttons on the handlebars. In an effort to contain its raw power, brembo brake calipers are combined with four 324 mm discs, while four pfp racing horizontal shock absorbers soak up choppy rides. the “Matte edition’s” momo rims are extended at the rear to accomodate it’s ultra-wide “315/30 ZR18” tires, while the front sits on a slightly-narrower pair of “285/30 ZR18’s”. Also don’t forget to check our list of the most expensive cars in the world.