Built to honor the Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing, the SLS AMG GT embodies eye-catching lines and superlative design. The SLS AMG GT possesses beauty that is more than skin deep. Under the hood is a 6.2L powerplant that creates 583 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. Those numbers allow the SLS AMG GT to jump from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.6 seconds. It is able to finish a quarter mile in 11.7 seconds at 125 mph on its way to a top speed of 197 mph.
The Lyken HyperSport is another diamond-encrusted supercar. Buyers have the choice of either 420 diamonds in the LED blades of the headlights or rubies, yellow diamonds, and sapphires(you know, if plain diamonds are not your thing). The Lyken HyperSport also features a holographic display on the center console with interactive motion features and gold stitching in the seats. These hot cars have two claims to fame…they are one of the most expensive cars ever sold and one was crashed through three skyscrapers in Furious 7.
What would you do with a couple used engines from the local junkyard? Take them down to the shop and make something crazy? Some people have the balls to do it, and a few even have the time, money, and resources. And unless you have the dime to spend on a crate motor, building used engines is the way to go. But which ones can you actually count on?
The 2011 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport is the car you need. While not as powerful as the Z06 or ZR1 models, it still outpaces the base model at every turn. I’ve heard an owner refer to this car as “the most perfectly balanced corvette for city driving.” -Random Dude in a Restaurant (2017)