The World's Necessity For Crude Oil And Petroleum Gasoline

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There is always a picture or a visual concept that is incredibly appealing to the twelve-year-old inside everyone, whether it is a car, a sports figure, or a memorable location. To many people, cars are this visual concept; a glowing poster of a wild Lamborghini or a Ferrari F40, just driving the imagination wild. In this day and age, the world’s necessity for crude oil and petroleum gasoline makes people dependent upon the industry, and the quickly exhausting nonrenewable resource is problem. Now that the end of this staple resource is imminent, it must be conserved, a problem for cars like the Lamborghini Aventador which has a 6.5-Liter V-12 engine (“Aventador LP 700-4”). When governments and other regulatory groups like the European…show more content…
Here, many Mercedes fans might object that the Gull Wing was first, but the Mark III was just a tamed street version of Ford’s GT40 racecar (“Supercar History-The Birth of the Supercar”). The author believes that this is what qualifies the Mark III GT40 as the world’s first supercar. Other cars similar to the Ford quickly followed, like the AC Cobra 427, also known as the Shelby Cobra was launched in 1965. Then in 1966 the Ferrari 275GTB, the Stingray Corvette, the Jensen FF, but most famous of all, the Lamborghini Miura were all born. Over the years the supercar has prospered and continues to do so today. Now, these cars are constantly shattering records, and they look phenomenal while doing it. Cars like any Lamborghini, any Ferrari, the Lexus LFA, the Koenigsegg Agera R, and many other cars are now what are considered supercars. These companies like Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, Koenigsegg, Pagani, Aston Martin, Maclaren, are just about all the companies that make up the exclusive party of supercar makers. However, Ferrari is the all-time king of this group as Jeremy Clarkson states, “I mean the Maclaren [MP4-12C] is absolutely brilliant, but the Ferrari [458] is just a little more special” (Clarkson “Season 20, Episode 3”). Clarkson explains just how important the X-factor or specialness is to a supercar. This ties right into why people buy supercars. The reason is not just to have a car, but to have a car that is
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