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.
So, you have some spare cash lying around and you really like the already limited Ferrari 458 Speciale. I mean, what’s not to love, 4.5 litre V8 track ready beast that will devour most supercars on the track, and well on the road too. It is limited, so the chances of your neighbour having one is rather slim too. Remember that scene from Gone in 60 seconds:
We understand that most supercars aren’t actually that special, and that a little modification here or there will actually add to the cars uniqueness, but we also understand what has gone into the Huayra and for that reason alone, this is one supercar that should never be modified.
The BMW Z4 is a pretty cool car. The long bonnet and short, cozy cabin mean that as a driver, you have a great view followed by an dynamic soundtrack as you sit, pretty much, on top of the exhaust. The interior is a nice place to be too. Everything laid out within a finger stretch of everything else but definitely centred around the driver. Depending on how you spec out your very own Z4, the interior sends you hints of sportiness through the carbon fibre inserts, soft, yet firm leather seats and again, driver focused steering wheel.