Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati – all powerful and impressive cars.
See all those beautiful rides in this preview of the 2010 Bella Italia, shot and edited by KWIKFilms. Special thanks to videographer Rob Buchanan of HDProFilms.
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The SEMA Show is a month away and while the show isn’t open to the public, it’s getting a lot of attention. Each year the show which is held in Las Vegas, has about 100,000 industry leaders. From November 2-5, the SEMA show will showcase the best cars and the best products.
New this year – exhibitors will choose three outstanding vehicles as winner of the “SEMA Award.” There will be three categories like Hottest Car, Hottest 4x4-SUV, and Hottest Truck.
Here’s the list of contenders for the first-ever 2010 SEMA Award:
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Toyota FJ Cruiser
Who gets your vote?
We choose the Ford Mustang for Hottest Car; Subaru Outback for Hottest 4x4-SUV; and the Toyota Tundra for Hottest Truck.
KWIKFILMS attended a 6 am shoot in National City, CA today.
Photographer Cesar Andre, who works with KWIKFILMS on lots of projects, shot the black '04 Cobra owned by Eric Burgos.
Fresh off his first place trophy win at last weekend's Queen Mary Mustang's show, Burgos was happy to show off his detailed ride. Enjoy the behind the scenes access to the photo shoot.
KWIKFILMS will be at the “Mustangs at the Queen Mary” show in Long Beach this Sunday September 19.
It’s the 14th Annual Mustang & Ford People’s Choice Car Show, which is sponsored by the Beach Cities Mustang Club.
We’re looking forward to the show where Mustangs new and old will be on display. See you there!
Here’s some encouraging news during this recession – sales of high-end, exotic cars are up.
An article I read explains that the “top six exotic luxury brands have grown 16 percent in the first seven months of 2010, compared with the same period last year,” accounting for 3,065 exotics sold by Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bentley, Maserati, Maybach and Rolls-Royce through July versus the 2,650 sold in 2009.
This is great news for the economy and for the exotic community. There’s nothing like listening to the Ferrari V8 on the road as you’re driving in triple digits!