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This website is dedicated to all those who love and admire cars, those who dream of driving the legends of automotive history and the masterpieces of modern technology. This website is for those who aspire to own a unique set of wheels one day. The term ‘Supercar’ does not just encompass low-slung, impractical and hyper-expensive gas-guzzlers, but engineering marvels that offer an unadulterated driving sensation.

Over the last century, the world has witnessed the evolution of the motorcar into more than just a mode of transportation. The humble motorcar that replaced the horse and cart back in the late 19th century is now a part of our culture. Some car makers have cracked the code for perfect handling and performance, while a few have mastered the art of cheating physics. It is a wonderful machine, this automobile. So let’s celebrate the best among the rest.

Please feel free to write to us or leave your valuable comments under our stories.

Cheers and happy motoring!

The Team


Tushar Kelshikar- Owner/ Editor

Mike Cutler

Mike Cutler- Chief Photographer/ Author

Pratyush Rout

Pratyush Rout- Illustrator/ Author



  1. Bilal

    June 30, 2016 at 1:32 am

    Hi Tushar,

    I was wondering if you had a chance to see the email I sent you on your Gmail account? I was quite interested in you writing blogs on our website. Let me know if this would be of interest to you.



  2. Claus

    July 14, 2016 at 2:08 am

    I wonder why no where you can read, which reason causes a lot aventador catching fire. And it’s so easy. Exactly right hand a little bit below the left rear light is the gasoline venting. If know the exhaust spits a flame (even possible with original) and the flame is carried by a little blow to the left under the pomper, the fuelgas will catch fire. Bad shit, due that the venting continues to supply more gas. Would like to know if newer avents still have the venting on the same place. Or even if Lamborghini chages this when going to service, without owner notices. Fact is there was never a call back or statement from Lamborghini

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