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The Lamborghini Beverly Hills Showroom is officially open for business! Clients and influencers alike made their mark at the Grand Opening event where the radiant 2020 Huracan EVO was unveiled in Arancio Xanto, a color unique to the new model. The EVO possesses a 5.2-liter V10 engine and embodies the “evoluzione” of the Lamborghini brand. It roars with 640 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque, much like the Huracan Performante and races from 0-62 MPH in under three seconds…
The “Longtail” moniker was born more than two decades ago. It was conceived with a simple idea: create the purest version of a championship winning car. The McLaren F1 GTR “Longtail” was an evolution of the only car to ever win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in its first attempt. Add power while significantly reducing weight. Increase aerodynamic efficiency. Improve braking performance, shift speeds, mechanical grip. These engineering principles developed 20 years ago stay true to the current McLaren Longtail offering – the 600LT.
McLaren Beverly Hills recently took the 720S Spider for a cruise around the iconic Rodeo Drive. Grubbs Photography was on hand to capture the 720S Spider as it made its way around Beverly Hills, resulting in this beautiful imagery, showcasing the sleek and organic lines of the automobile.
The 2019 DEW Expo took place at the Marina Del Rey Marriott in Los Angeles’s famed Silicon Beach, a region home to over 500 tech-startup companies. The technology-focused expo explored “The Power of Creativity and Influence” and attracted creators, brands and platforms to explore the ways technology and content companies bring new experiences to life. Presenting at the expo were speakers from tech-powerhouses including Facebook, Google, Forbes, Microsoft and more.
On Sunday, February 10, O’Gara Coach Beverly Hills hosted its first Sunset GT of 2019 at Sunset Plaza. Sunset GT welcomed the car community to experience a cars and coffee featuring Los Angeles’s most exclusive collection of exotic and luxury vehicles. Despite morning rain in the forecast, the sold-out show attracted over 500 spectators.