The people of New York along with all the tourists that frequently roam the streets were in for a treat the other day. On a trip through Times Square people spotted some rare cars and even a Batmobile replica. This comes shortly after the Colorado shooting for the new Dark Knight film which we are very sorry for the event that occurred that evening. Meanwhile, spectators in New York were able to feast their eyes on a new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 that was wrapped in chrome and is most likely the first of its kind.
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Summer car tuning shows have been wrapping up across the nation so you must watch what we have gathered if you are a true fan. Check out the Music City Car Meet that completely rocked the city of Nashville, Tennessee and brought together tuning enthusiasts from all over the east coast. Then you have the Import Alliance meet that occurs every season with the latest projects gear heads want to show off. Combine all the cars from these videos and you will literally have hundreds of tuned rides to salivate over.
Tampa-based tuning company 813 Customs has sent us these pictures of their latest Chevy Camaro SS Convertible which we are going to call the King of Bling. Behind all this chrome is a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro SS with the factory 6.2-liter V8 engine. The exterior has been wrapped with a chrome car wrap while the interior received a red chrome paint for the custom boxes holding multiple speakers and subwoofers. Check out the video and more pictures of all the work below. Fitting 32′s on a Chevy Camaro SS isn’t easy.
The Top Marques in Monaco, one of the premier places to see the rich and famous bring their toys out for play. We have some of the best supercar sounds at the Top Marques, courtesy of YouTube user Nick who goes by NM2255 on the site. Jump past the first two minutes and you will see some of the most exotic sports cars from around the world revving the engines.
Ken Block and DC Shoes have just released the Gymkhana FIVE: Ultimate Urban Playground; San Francisco for our viewing pleasure. If you haven’t watched the previous four Gymkhana videos, then wake up and check out the links below! GYM5 was based in the streets of San Francisco and consists of fast precise driving skills caught on raw video. Ken Block turned the whole city into his personal playground as you can see they completely shut down the entire Bay Bridge for him to drive through. Several large parts of the city were shut down for this epic four day filming.