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Product code: 4089EDReleased: 26 September 201152 minutes

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Blistering speed, exotic looks, ear-splitting noise, rubber-burning power and outrageous price tags – these are the world’s Great Performance Cars.
Since the first automobile there have been cars which have fuelled desire among motoring enthusiasts, with the very greatest remaining a dream for most and reality for only a fortunate few. Now, you can experience the spine-tingling thrill of created by being close to one of the modern icons of the road.
In this mouth-watering parade of the latest super and hypercars, we explore the rarefied world of the ultimate motoring machines. Full technical details, lingering close-ups and action from road and track let you see today’s greatest performance cars doing what they were designed for – setting pulses racing with unrivalled power and stunning lines.
The first performance cars were all about speed. Today they combine power with styling, comfort and, amazingly, even convenience – yes, you can buy a family-friendly four-door saloon which can hit 60mph in under 5 seconds and continue past 150mph without problem.
This cavalcade of Great Performance Cars has something for everyone, from Grand Touring mammoths to ultra-fast, race-prepared coupes. Among the highlights to enjoy are the Pagani Zonda F, Maserati Gran Turismo, Lamborghini Gallardo, Ferrari 430 Scuderia, Volkswagen W12 Coupe, McLaren Mercedes SLR, Bentley Continental GT Speed and many more.
Great Performance Cars is the ultimate guide to the ultimate machines.
"This DVD offers stunning footage and analysis of 14 different supercars, and it's good to see models from Nissan, Ford and VW getting chapters alongside Italy's finest. A pair of narrators share voiceover duty to give background to the naming of each vehicle and its public reception. Our only real criticism is that the DVD doesn't include some of the newer models we'd like to have seen" Auto Express