supercar

Extremely rare £1.5 million supercar damaged in crash 0

A £1.5 million supercar, described as “extremely rare” has been badly damaged in a crash in West Sussex. The Pagani Zonda, capable of 200 mph, crashed on the A27 at Tangmere. Sussex police said no-one was injured in the crash but the car itself, a one-off Italian-made supercar, was left with “significant damage”. Various reports(…)

A look back at the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer (1973 – 1984) 0

When it was first launched back in 1973, the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer (or BB as it became known) was the one true rival to the Lamborghini Countach for the title of fastest supercar. And like it’s fellow Italian, it wasn’t entirely perfect. Powered by a aa-new flat-12 engine that shared its capacity with the outgoing(…)

Supercar owners seek out value servicing 0

Owners of the UK’s most luxurious vehicles valued at more than ten times the national average salary are spending as little as a couple of a hundred pounds on annual servicing, according to data released by Servicing Stop. The online car service provider has revealed a list of supercars which have been booked in for their low-cost services.(…)