Las Vegas / West Coast Road Trip PT. 2

So the next day, getting a $30 buffet at the Westin since they lied to us about the all inclusive food for breakfast. We stepped out and checked out the hotel, the view of the Nevada mountains and palm trees, along with the 30 something degree temperatures which we weren’t expecting since we come from the East.

We started driving towards the Hoover Dam and along towards the Hoover Dam was the beautiful Nevada desert. It was an experience and especially the desert roads with our rent a car (which was a Toyota Corolla from Enterprise) I’m so used to having all these exotics and luxury cars with my job back home and it’s been a while since I had driven a Toyota.

After sitting through the Hoover Dam traffic (which took us about 30 minutes sitting), we got to the parking deck. And in that parking deck was this really lazy lady who didn’t come up to us to get the ticket. Had a horrible attitude and just sat around (maybe that’s why she’s so fat).

After stories of driving in the parking deck, we got out and saw the damn Dam. You can walk through two time zones and it was magnificent. It was so dam high and I have issues with height. I really am afraid of heights and I felt like I conquered it somehow this day. The damn Dam was about 45 minutes drive from Henderson where we were staying.

We eventually left and punched away the Corolla towards the Grand Canyon. It was ridiculously far, we spent 4 hours driving towards the Canyon and by the time we got there the sun was down but we had enough time to catch the sun setting in the canyon.

It was  a ride towards the canyon, beautiful smooth roads and the speed limit was 75 mph. I’m so used to Jersey highways where it’s 65 and we can go 79 to 80 without getting in trouble. I was intrigued by going over 80 and not getting in trouble (less than 85 of course) in the Arizona highway.

My friend and I took turns, I was more impressed and intrigued by the view of the desert and mountains. I know it was my friends turn to drive and instead of taking a nap, I just took snaps of the highway.  It was a great road trip towards the canyon and home. Arizona was a favorite place of mine to drive and even going to Grand Canyon West with the cactus over the desert.



McLaren P1 Production To End

McLaren announced that the 375th McLaren has been finished and will be the last P1 in production. It takes 800 hours to make and takes 105 people to make each P1.


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Aventador RWD Too Much For Owners

Lamborghini Aventador


Lamborghini is coming out with a RWD Huracan. People have been wondering if they are coming out with a RWD Aventador. Lamborghini thinks it is too much power for it’s owner story.

Just imagine the Hellcat now which a lot of owners can’t even handle and put that in a very light Lamborghini putting all the power into it’s rear wheels. The car would be flying into the wall and cause a lot of accidents out there.

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Volkswagen Ready To Sell Luxury Brands

Volkswagen is ready to sell some of their luxury brands (Lamborghini, Bentley, Bugatti, and Ducati). They took a loan of 20 billion euros to pay off lawsuits and fines but in order to receive the loan the banks need assurance from the company. They mentioned that they are ready to put these brands up for sale.

They also are preparing to sell MAN which they supply ship motors and generators. Volkswagen will be in debt the next few years and who knows where the company will be in the next few years.


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