Club Sportiva helps Santa Rosa police catch credit card thieves

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As many of you have read online, a repeat identity thief was recently caught in California with stolen credit cards in a McLaren MP4-12C. This was indeed one of Club Sportiva’s vehicles. Club Sportiva filed a police report with the San Jose police department once discovering further issues with the claimed identity of the driver,… Read more »

Commentary: Lexus LFA-II

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There is a rumor going around that Lexus is working on a million dollar LFA-II. Well $375k worth of supercar just isn’t enough to prove yourself these days. Many sources, including this article from Edmund’s Inside Line, have been speculating about a Ferrari Enzo caliber, million-dollar sports car from Lexus.

Commentary: Lotus and Mansory

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The bespoke revolution continues on. No matter the brand, unmodified versions of our favorite supercars just aren’t making the cut in the marketplace these days. This partnership between Lotus and Mansory, though, seems a bit odd at face value.

A Hybrid Future for Supercars

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Mirror, mirror on the wall, who will be the baddest supercar of them all? Alright, Disney references aside, what does the future hold for the worlds most coveted motor sports and supercar brands? In one word, it is nothing short of electrifying. The future of high-end sports cars and their respective brands’ intentions can in some ways be left in the dark because of how intriguing, powerful, and advanced their current models already are. But no need to dig very deep to get an accurate and informative perspective on how hybrid technology is making its way out of economy class and into first. Read more inside.

The Ferrari 458 Italia

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Amid wild speculation, renderings and expected fervor over a new member of the Ferrari family, out comes the 458 Italia. Described by Ferrari chairman di Motezemolo himself as “the most innovative Ferrari of all time,” it was nearly a year ago that this mid-engined horsepower junkie made its North American debut; not at a major… Read more »