Newest Supercar from Italian Supercar Manufacturer Might Be Their Best Ever

You’ve seen the spy photos. You’ve read the press releases about the new tire manufacturing process. You saw our exclusive interview with the CEO from the Detroit Auto Show (by which we mean nobody else interviewed him at 3:08 pm that day), and you’ve seen all the speculation that we recklessly made up.

The day of reckoning has come, and we have finally tested the newest supercar from the much loved Italian supercar manufacturer [insert manufacturer name here]. So is their newest model their best model ever?

In a word: It certainly would be possible.

This car is so fast, it makes other fast cars seem not as fast. Acceleration isn’t merely about 0-60, it’s about the 100 mph – 200 mph sprint, which we will describe nonchalantly. Because we drive at those speeds ALL THE TIME.

But it’s not just the raw power of this new Italian supercar. It’s also how brawny, dynamic, hale, hearty, potent, powerful, robust, rugged, stalwart, stout, strapping, strenuous, strong, sturdy, tough, vigorous, and vital the engine is. Italian cars aren’t like the passionless German supercars that we absolutely love in other posts. No, instead it’s about being fiery, furious, lusty, melodramatic, red-blooded, romantic, and zealous.

This new supercar is stickering at $378,000, and that includes $29,000 for the F1-style gearbox. We would insist on the optional $56,000 sport package, though. While the improvements are minuscule, it makes ALL the difference in the world.

So, after our elaborate factory-funded tour of the Italian countryside (to be detailed in another article, describing ad nauseum the hotels and wineries we visited as if you possibly gave a shit), we have an easy conclusion: in spite of having a bigger development budget, more technology, a bigger engine, more horsepower, and a much higher selling price than this company’s past efforts, this new one is probably their best car ever.

By the way, the company is only making a few hundred and they are all sold out already. Suck it slow!

1 comment to Newest Supercar from Italian Supercar Manufacturer Might Be Their Best Ever

  • Are you kidding? For the price of one [insert Italian supercar brand here] I could have four [insert lesser, but still impressive domestic vehicle name], with almost identical performance, realistic maintenance costs and better reliability. Plus, I wouldn’t look like a douche. [My country], fuck yeah!

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