Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series
The mighty SLS needs no introduction.
With its long bonnet, gullwing doors and 6.2-litre petrol engine the SLS AMG is an iconic car in more ways than one. Known for its power, Mercedes and AMG cranked it up a notch in 2013 with the Black Series Edition.
Inspired by the track-only GT3 version, the Black Series SLS AMG is 70 kgs lighter, sports more carbon fibre and an uprated engine (622 hp). This resulted in the model being quicker in a straight line and only 132 were ever produced making this example a rare commodity.
Right now you can get your hands on this 2014 model for AED 2.25 million with the odometer showing just 1,000 kilometres covered in four years. Grab it while you can as the price will only go up from here.
Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series
Ooooooooooooo It's a shiny Porsche!
But what makes this Porsche so special? Well for a start it has an exclusive gold finish with two thick carbon fibre racing stripes running down the centre of the car, dark alloys with gold accents and a bespoke interior.
The engine is slightly tuned compared to the standard Turbo S as the 3.8-litre flat-six pushes out 607 horsepower (27 more than the normal one) which allows the Exclusive Series to sprint from standstill to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds. But is it worth the price tag?
Well yes, it is, as not only is it faster and lighter there are only 500 of these Turbo S models known to have been built which makes this Porsche not the perfect fit for a Porsche fanatic but a collector as well.
Aston Martin DB11 Mansory Cyrus
Built in the UK and finished off in Germany.
Certainly a head turner with its green finish, contrasting white roof and carbon fibre accents, the DB11 Mansory Cyrus has a more aggressive front splitter, new side skirts and a new stainless steel exhaust that will make you go weak at the knees.
Not only does the Cyrus feature a unique finish inside and out, Mansory have also tuned the 5.2-litre V12 engine to the tune of 700 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque thanks to new engine mapping and needs just 3.6 seconds to hit 100 km/h.
Not only is it fast and eye-catching, it's also got four seats, perfect for the school runs.
Ferrari 599 SA Aperta
This isn't your everyday Ferrari.
Finished in metallic Rosso Corsa (which was a special request), the interior is decked out in Nero Leather and has just two seats. The vehicle is fitted with a convertible roof (hence the Aperta name) and there are two of them for this specific car. One is Nero fabric and the other is constructed from Carbon Fibre (an 80,000 USD option when new)
This 599 SA Aperta is one of just 80 to have been built and if you want a second opinion, we'd say buy it as the price is only going to skyrocket due to its rarity.
Plus it's a Ferrari!
Rezvani Beast Speedster
What the what now?
Not many know of the Rezvani Beast Speedster as it is not a high-volume car. Based on the Ariel Atom and Lotus Elise, this Rezvani packs a 2.4-litre supercharged petrol engine pushing out 500 horsepower!
Connected to a manual transmission, the Beast Speedster can launch to 100 km/h in 2.9 second. That's as fast as the Porsche posted above and this car has zero doors, how cool is that!
Not only does it have no doors, it has sharp angular lines that will grab the attention of all that lay eyes on it.
Join us next week for another fine selection of automobiles and let us know which one is your favourite.