Tuesday, September 9, 2014

September 2014 Supercar Show

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Lamborghini Newport Beach is pleased to report that our September 2014 Supercar Show was one of the biggest turnouts our dealership has seen so far!  Southern California's finest have gathered on an ideal sunny day here with supercars representing their marque's pride in full force.  On behalf of Lamborghini Newport Beach, we'd like to thank you for joining us on our ideal car-inspired and octane-filled morning.

The Lamborghini Newport Beach staff gunned it hard in the morning full throttle as we had guests arriving to our dealership before our gates had opened.  As soon as preparations were made, supercars and exotics of every color flooded our lot.  Italian, German, French, American, British, and Japanese exotics represented the diversity that our monthly Supercar Show is known for.

This Supercar Show was especially important to us as we had on display the latest V10-powered bull from Italy, our Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4.  Of course, we fired the new V10 up and let our guests hear the snappy roar of the Huracan's engine.

From the Lamborghini bullpen, Gallardo's, Diablo's, Murcielago's, Aventador's, and a very special Grigio Telesto Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce had Lamborghini fans enthralled.  Boasting the McLaren speed mark, 12C's, 650S', and even the famous Azure Blue P1 reinforced fans their belief of true British engineering.  Helping with the British reinforcement was a lone Aston Martin finished in Gloss Black with bright Yellow body accents.

From the Ferrari stable, the F12, 355 Spyder, 360 Modena's, 458 Italia's, and a 458 Speciale held their own.  Luxury exotics were represented by an insanely modified Gloss Black Rolls Royce and a Silver Bentley.

Caught somewhere in between the supercars and luxury models was a wild Bugatti Veyron Vitesse L'Or Rouge finished in a Red/Black liquid paint scheme that had everyone questioning the very reality we exist in.

Representing brute strength was a Ford GT showing that Americans too can build insanely powerful supercars with a Dark Grey Metallic paint glistening off the sculpted lines.  In case the Ford GT seemed too extreme for your taste, Saleen showed us how it can be done in full-electric fashion with a wild Cherry Red Tesla Model S. 

Japan too had a supercar representative in the form of a Gloss Black Acura NSX which served the automotive world as the very 1st production supercar sporting an full Aluminum chassis.  Of course, no Supercar Show could be complete without some German infusion in the form of a couple Audi R8's and a screaming Porsche 911 GT3.

If you joined us for our September Supercar Show, then you know that the cars shown in this post are only a glimpse of the action that took place on our lot.  We are already planning our next Supercar Show and are looking forward to bringing you the very best of the best once again.  Signing out from Lamborghini Newport Beach, until next time.


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  2. I thought the photos were very nice. My favorite car at the supercar show was the Bugatti Veyron. I really liked the red and black design of the car. I live so far away from your dealership and I wish I could come see the show. In conclusion, the cars were really nice and exotic.
    PS , I wish I could come to the next supercar show.