Decades on, and the AC Cobra still manages to turn heads when it rumbles down a street or is parked at a red traffic light. The Shamrock’s burly Chevy V8 engine produces enough force to launch this car into space. Put simply, it will get you from 0 to 100km/h in about 5 seconds. Even some of today’s street-legal performance cars find it hard to keep up with the classic beast of the west.
Utilizing an engine and chassis derived directly from the R8 LMS racecar, the all-new Audi R8 boldly goes where no car has gone before.1 Boasting a powerful 540-hp V10 or a 610-hp V10, it’s no wonder the Audi R8 has won the 2016 World Performance Car award.
The New M3 Cabriolet has a lot going for it, both in terms of looks and performance. So much, in fact, that it’s a hard to imagine a better balance between raw track-bound performance and street-going civility.
For the sexiest roadster around, hire BMW. The BMW Z4 35i exudes style and luxury. The Z4 Series followed on from the highly-popular Z3, and offers improved styling and performance. BMW decided to move from the curvaceous design of the Z3, and took on a more aggressive design with sharp lines and bold cuts. It was a good move.
Here is a rundown of the Mini Cooper S Cabriolet, a luxury car rental favourite, and its most important features. Firstly it is a Mini; secondly, it motors down the highway at speeds that will knock you off your seat. What more do you need to know?
Porsche’s baby sports car brings all the right elements into the mix to create a completely user friendly convertible that can be driven by all, yet still delivering scintillating performance for driving enthusiasts.