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https://cars45.co.ke/listing/toyota/premio/2001
https://cars45.co.ke/listing/toyota/premio/2001

Lamborghini – 5,000hp GTO ST – FLEET – 2,000cc

Lamborghini is one of the rare car manufacturers that does not sell a single model, though it’s no less than six. The supercars found in the late Eighties and early Nineties could have been seen as cars of the high end, but in reality Lamborghinis are more of a dream car – these days they would probably cost about $30-40k more than they did in 1995-1995.

Taro-5 GTO ST – 5,800hp, 3-litre V8

The Turbo-5 is a car you see in movies every once in a while, because it’s so fast. It is really fast, and it can almost do all of it very effectively. However this is still the fastest (I’ve heard) car out there. It can do a huge bit of power in cornering, and if you drive it on track you can actually think of more power than you think it can do when you’re getting out in a straight line. A full manual transmission will do wonders for the power, and if you don’t want to be pedaling on a track you can also simply stick the car in a fixed lane between power cuts.

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Lamborghini – 5,000hp GTO ST – FLEET – 2,000cc

Lamborghini is one of the rare car manufacturers that does not sell a single model, though it’s no less than six. The supercars found in the late Eighties and early Nineties could have been seen as cars of the high end, but in reality Lamborghinis are more of a dream car – these days they would probably cost about $30-40k more than they did in 1995-1995.

Taro-5 GTO ST – 5,800hp, 3-litre V8

The Turbo-5 is a car you see in movies every once in a while, because it’s so fast. It is really fast, and it can almost do all of it very effectively. However this is still the fastest (I’ve heard) car out there. It can do a huge bit of power in cornering, and if you drive it on track you can actually think of more power than you think it can do when you’re getting out in a straight line. A full manual transmission will do wonders for the power, and if you don’t want to be pedaling on a track you can also simply stick the car in a fixed lane between power cuts.