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eGarage Evokes A New Way of Portraying Exclusive Automotive Culture 30
Posted by Darryl in Automotive, Koenigsegg, Koenigsegg CCX, News, SSC, SSC Ultimate Aero on 03 30th, 2011

Automotive Enthusiasts, dreamers and the owners of some of the most delectable automobiles in the world will have a new way to look at how the Automobile is portrayed – on a new site called eGarage.

eGarage.com will envelope a new exclusive network not for just exotic cars and owners, but for those enthusiasts who enjoy the likings of all aspects of the automotive culture. For those with a hunger for vintage, classics, hot rods, muscle cars, race cars, sports cars, Imports and of course, Exotics and Super Cars, eGarage aims to provide fulfillment in a variety of ways.

eGarage.com, through various online social networks, has already proved that they are serious about displaying a wide selection of car-centric awesomeness – just check out the photos of the modified Koenigsegg CCX and SSC Ultimate Aero.

The creative automotive aficionados at eGarage see the car as something more than a mode of transportation. It is more of a heart-felt way of life, something that, if portrayed through the right medium, will bring out certain emotions and leave you yearning for more. If this describes you at all, then the crew at eGarage welcomes you to bookmark their upcoming eGarage.com site and LIKE them on Facebook.

[image sources: Albert Manduca for eGarage via NorthWest Auto Salon]

SSC Ultimate Aero To Launch On August 8; Will It Defeat The Bugatti Veyron? 27
Posted by Alex Ion in Aero, Bugatti, Bugatti Veyron, SSC Ultimate Aero, Super car news, Ultimate Aero, Veyron on 07 27th, 2010

The second generation Aero, called the Ultimate Aero, from Shelby Sports Cars will be unveiled by the company on August 8th at the Boeing Flight Museum in Seattle. The Ultimate Aero is SSC’s attempt to regain its title of “fastest road car in the world” from current title holder Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.

The Bugatti Veyron had achieved its title after breaking the 255.83 mph record set by the previous model of the Aero called the Ultimate Aero TT. The new Ultimate Aero will require more than the 1,183 hp present in the Aero TT to become faster than the Veyron Super Sport, which has a 1,200 hp-engine and has set a record top speed of 268 mph.

The designer of the new Ultimate Aero, Jason Castriota, will also have to make sure that the design does not cause aerodynamic drag, besides ensuring better power features for the car.

So does the Veyron Super Sport have a reason to be scared? The answer will be revealed on August 8.