• 631 HP 5.2L V10
  • 0-60: 2.4 Seconds
  • Top Speed: 202 MPH

Lamborghini Huracan 610-4

In 2020, Lamborghini decided to give their already amazing Huracan platform a mid-cycle refresh, increasing performance and refining the car with a more modern and sleek design. Amongst these additions are the use of the Huracan Performante powertrain which adds 29 HP from the original model and when released, helped the Performante claim the Nürburgring Nordschleife production car lap record, rear wheel steering allowing for incredibly precise turn-in, brake based torque vectoring via Lamborghini's new LDVI System (or Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata if you'd like) making 50 adjustments per second, revised aero dynamics and modern interior/infotainment, and lastly a rear exit exhaust bringing the noise of that glorious V10 closer to your ears. With an advanced All Wheel Drive System capable of turning laps on the ice track at Lamborghini's Winter Accademia, the Huracan Evo is the supercar you can enjoy year round.

  • 500 HP 4.0L Flat-6
  • 9000 RPM Redline
  • 7:20 Nürburgring Lap Time

Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991)

Introduced in 2015 at the Geneva Motor Show, Porsche released its track-oriented GT3 RS model for it's newly established (991) 911 platform. The new car boasted a 500hp 4.0L flat-6 engine mated to the almost telepathically quick PDK dual clutch transmission, rear axle steering, front fender louvre's for increased downforce and braking performance, repositioned air intakes based off of the 991 Turbo body shell, high downforce rear wing, weight saving magnesium roof, a heavily stripped out interior including a rear seat deletion, Alcantara trim, light weight door handles, carbon fiber inserts, and the ubercool 918 Spyder carbon bucket seats. All of these features resulted in a 13 second quicker Nürburgring time than the outgoing 997 GT3 RS model and a 0-60 time of 3 seconds flat. With Porsche's incredible PDK transmission with automatic mode, advanced stability control, and comfort, the GT3 RS is the perfect car in any environment, whether you're running laps at Utah Motorsports Campus, carving the Wolf Creek canyon, or simply going to dinner on Main Street. Just remember to listen to that flat-6 scream up to 9000 RPM along the way.

  • 207 hp 3.2 L Flat 6
  • 5 Spd Manual Transmission
  • Top Speed: 152

1984 Porsche 911 Carrera

As the second generation Porsche 911, the “G Series” was introduced in 1974 spanned a 15 year to 1989. In 1984, Porsche revised the base G series car with the 911 Carrera, claiming to have revised 80% of the previously used engine and marked the first time Porsche had used the "Carrera" badge since 1977. Amongst these updates was a new 3.2L flat 6 motor with Bosch Motronic Fuel Injection capable of 200hp and 175 ft lbs of torque that propelled the new 911 to a 0-60 time of 5.3 seconds, updated interior, and front facia while keeping the iconic "accordion style" impact bumpers per US regulation, and a gargantuan "whale tail" spoiler making the 911 the epitome of 80's cool. With its sub-3000 pound lightweight construction, classic Porsche rear-engined balance, 80’s styling, and rev happy motor, this Porsche is perfect for anything from spirited canyon driving to Park City cruising.

  • 345 hp Ram Jet 350 V8
  • 5 Speed Manual Transmission
  • 396 LB/FT Torque

1968 Camaro "Resto-Mod"

To represent WAREHOUSE’s muscle car offering, we have acquired a custom 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod complete with a fuel injected Ram Jet 350 Crate Motor, 5 Speed Manual Transmission with a Hurst Shifter, hand painted rally stripes, and upgraded suspension and brakes to give you a top of the line muscle car experience without the absence of traction or braking power associated with an original car. With American nostalgia oozing from corner to corner, the Camaro is the perfect ride to take back road cruising.

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