Where both manufacturers differ from any other manufacturer is that RWB specialises in Porsche only while Liberty Walk offer multiple kits for across the supercar spectrum, ranging from Lamborghini, Ferrari, Porsche, the mighty GT-R, Mustangs, McLaren, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Maserati and well pretty much anything else. If they don’t have it, they will design it for you.
Today, however, there is a myriad of choices out there. Well, that is if your pockets are deep enough. We have super light, minimalistic options like the Arial Atom, lean Swedish witchcraft engineering in the form of the Koenigsegg One:1 and brute, yet luxurious options like the Bugatti Chiron and don’t even get us started on the electric wizardry from the holy trinity.
Oh no, sir, there are way more than a few other specs. To be precise, there are currently 14 variations of the 911 excluding the GT3, GT3 RS and 911 R. Yes you would be correct, there are 17 variations of the 911.
The medium sized, executive saloon, conclusively built to fill the loomingly hollow between the ferocious F-Type (sports car) and luscious flagship XJ (luxury sedan). The same executive saloon that needs to pick a fight with the class leading 3-series and the current trend-busting C-Class.
In 2003, BMW revealed its E46 M3, Mercedes rumbled with the C32 AMG and Audi unleashed its mountain passing, tar ripping four wheel drive RS4. Again, each very unique and absolutely brilliant, but as Audi and Mercedes went to bed thinking that they had done their absolute best to compete, but little did they know that BMW revealed had something special up their sleeves.
That is the same amount of torque you get from a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and more than the Death Star before Luke “use the force” Skywalker blew it to smithereens. If we look back at the rivalry between cars, the performance family saloon battlefield has always been a little bit of a triple threat power fight. BMW’s M Division have given precision focused performance, while their Quattro fuelled rivals at Audi comforted us with four-wheel drive and a ton of grunt.
By the look of things, the mountain loving (not the one from Game of Thrones) Mother City could host a street-like F1 race. Beautiful scenery? CHECK! Safety and security? Possible CHECK! Everything that is currently wrong with F1? CHECK CHECK CHECK!
It is often said that they fastest way from one point to another is with a straight line. Mr. Ken Block believes that the happiest way from one point to another is by traveling sideways, as fast as you can, with as much tyre smoke as possible and the rev needle bouncing off the limiter as much as possible.
Drifting is a driving technique where the driver intentionally oversteers, causing loss of traction in the rear wheels or all tires, while maintaining control from entry to exit of a corner.
The current market is flooded with an assortment of mighty hot hatchbacks that, well let’s face it, offer amazing value, efficiency, Star Trek like technology, comfort and lip shifting performance. Yet, the biggest issue with all of these choices is that they are all still front wheel drive. There are options with clever four wheel drive, witchcraft, options, but let’s face it, your pockets aren’t deep enough for the Golf R and Audi S3’s of the world. Plus, that is the go to option now a days, and we you would prefer to stand from the crowd.