Wednesday, May 21, 2008


Bentley has always earned the reputation of being a prestigious car. The company is noted for building automobiles which is comforts matched with an incomparable style. So with design changes that are remarkable with comfort and style you need to see the attributes found in the Continental GT. The four doors of Bentley have quite a lot of open space and it accommodates comfortably a classical quartet. But this is a 2-door sports car and it is sleek by comparison. The GT’s interior comes as natural wood and exotic styles. The seats are in supple leather and sumptuous and there is the power memory and lumbar support for the 14 adjustments.


With a name that conjures the great tradition of European grand touring – high-speed travel over great distances in style and comfort -- the GranTurismo takes its mission to heart. Maserati says the 4.2-liter V-8 furnishes a top speed of 177 mph and 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds. The six-speed automatic transmission, with Sport and manual-gear-change modes, allows upshifts at a howling 7,200 rpm.


Beloved by enthusiasts everywhere, Lamborghini cars are built for speed and to look the part. Extreme style and extreme performance are the chief characteristics of Ferrari's national rival.


Enzo Ferrari worked at Alfa Romeo through most of the 1920s before deciding to build his own racing and road cars. After years of modifying and building racing cars using Fiat and Alfa Romeo components, Ferrari set up shop in Maranello, Italy, and produced his own car in 1948.