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An understated looking Mercedes-AMG GT S finished in black. This example has the costly optional carbon ceramic brakes.
Bentley’s Bentayga was the first of an onslaught of ultra-luxurious high performance SUV’s which have begun to hit the market. This local example looks to be the top-end variant featuring a 6.0L twin-turbo W12. Photo by @mr.clayrowlings
What an unbelievable lineup! From Lamborghini’s screaming V12 Aventador SV, to McLaren’s lethal 720S, this selection of vehicles has something to appeal to everyones palate. Which of these stunning machines would you take for a drive first?
An incredible Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SuperVeloce in Derby this morning! It’s traveling with a ridiculously impressive group of other exotics that have come to enjoy what Tassie has to offer for a few days.
Photo by Darrylle Jones
A spectacular shot of a Mercedes-AMG GT R, Ferrari 599 GTB and Lotus Elise S watching the sunset over Tasmania’s stunning East Coast! They’re enjoying a week-long tour of some of the best roads the state has to offer whilst stopping to enjoy our world class food and wine along the way.  The photographer wishes to remain anonymous.
A discreet Ferrari California T finished in Nero Daytona spotted in Salamanca this afternoon.
An impressive pair of exotics cruising through Hobart’s CBD this morning. Would you have the Lamborghini Huracán with its raucous naturally aspirated V10, or the McLaren 570S with its torque laden powerhouse twin-turbo V8? Photos by Oscar Williams
The Mercedes-AMG C63 S is one of the best looking coupe’s on the market today. Wearing Diamond White Metallic, this car also has the optional carbon ceramic brakes.
A pair of Lotus Evora’s parked in Battery Point last night. They are part of a larger group of cars participating in a Tasmanian road trip run by Club Lotus Australia.
Porsche’s 991.2 GT3 is an absolute stunner! This example was the first of the new generation to hit Tassie’s roads late last year, and we expect to see more arrive this year.
An attractive Audi R8 resting in Sandy Bay. Do you prefer the first generations design to the new angular design?
A spectacular Napier Green McLaren 675LT Spider parked in a private carpark in Hobart recently. The owner is a regular visitor to the state, and we always look forward to seeing which one of his many cars he brings on each visit!