Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Aston Martin, Bugatti and More

Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Aston Martin, Bugatti and More

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We are in the mood for something with power, something that could take us from zero to 60 mph in under three seconds and something that is simply stunning.

Can you figure out what we are in the mood for?

Supercars, but of course!

In search of finding some cars that would fit the bill, we stumbled upon Tety Tudor.

Tety is a fashion model and has an apparent passion for supercars.

We are thinking she’ll be a great guide for this installment of Otter Man, and we are certain you’ll understand why – after you see the cars we have rounded up for you.

Be sure to put your seat belt on, as this is going to be one luxury-filled, power-charged adventure.

Take it away Tety, in…

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Starting us off is a trio of Bentleys

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Or, should we keep the choices down to old and new?

Ferrari

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Or, maybe we only need one car to satisfy our need for some high-powered, octane-filled adrenaline…

Could it be the one-and-only Bugatti

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Shall we go for a car James Bond would certainly approve of…

Aston Martin V12 Vantage

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After seeing the Ferrari LeFarrari

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It got us thinking about a little test run…

Let’s take a quick pause to see a quick battle of the supercars – Ferrari LeFarrari versus Bugatti Veyron

the McLaren MP4-12C

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On that note, we’ll leave you with one last stunner, the Lamborghini Veneno

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Thanks for the tour Tety!

Now, how do we choose our fav…