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So the Truck After the Car Does It's Job, the Car Does It's Job. What's the Point of This Car Then? Strangely Enough, It Is to Show up Cars. the Car Leaves a Great Moving Signal for Other Cars. a Signal With a White Background on Top for Cars to Follow Behind, and a Red One for Cars to Avoid. As for the Blinking LED Signals, They Represent How Many Cars Are in Each Lane.

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If you are in the market to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on a car then firstly congratulations on all the money you have and secondly, make sure you check out our best cars over $200,000 list. For those in a slightly lower car-buying budget, we have compiled all the amazing machinery available between $100,000 and $200,000. We already pulled together the best sports sedans which a lot of people told us was very helpful so this list includes some of those cars as well as some more focused offerings. At this price point we noticed three groupings. Firstly is the “do it all” family car. This is the Mercedes or BMW guys giving you a car that allows you ferry the kids around and still get you excited on weekends with massive power and effortless performance all in one luxury package. The second group is the all-around sports car. A traditional two door sports car from McLaren or Porsche that is primarily a performance car that can still be used easily day to day and is not full of compromises. The third group is the extreme machines. These are the hyper-focused offerings that aim to be the best of the best in one specific area. The Porsche Cayman GT4 is a great example of a car that simply wants to be the most engaging sports car you can buy. At the other end of the spectrum is the Nissan GT-R which aims to outperform every other car in every performance metric you care to name.

The Nissan GT-R is still an unfiltered, aggressive and extremely rapid sports car. While other makers have made a lot of progress since the GT-R made its first appearance, make no mistake, this is still the cheapest way to get this kind of speed. Absurd speeds, practicality, price – what isn’t there to like. If you want the fastest car down an unknown road, four-seats and a decent boot with the best four-wheel drive for performance then it is still hard to not consider the GT-R. The engine is the twin turbo 3.8-liter V6 with 550bhp and 466 lb/ft of torque. It’ll do over 193mph, but more than that, use the ‘R-Start’ launch control, and you can get 0–62mph acceleration times below three seconds. That’s not a car, that’s a bullet.Its a rear wheel drive Porsche 911 GT3. Its perfect. It has a 500-hp 4.0-liter flat-six that howls to a 9,000 rpm redline driven through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission or an optional six-speed manual. If you opt to go all out and get the GT3 RS you get some more power (520 horsepower) and 346 lb-ft of torque from the same flat-six. The whole car is heavily based on the GT3 with lots of shared stuff. But it’s the engine that sets the RS apart thanks to an extra 20 horsepower, as well as the fact that you can’t get it with a manual transmission. The chassis setup is also different, so the RS is quicker on the race track. The GT3 RS is 0.1 second quicker than the old GT3 RS to 60 mph, which now happens in just three seconds. The car also gets front brake cooling and new ball joints inspired by the GT2 RS, and a tweaked rear-steering system. If you think of the GT3 RS as a GT3 with more downforce, more power and more grip then you are pretty close to the money. (Source: www.supercars.net)

 

 

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