I've rented a bunch of exotic cars from a bunch of different places and this is the most professionally run, clean, friendly one I've been to. It's run by a bunch of young guys that really love cars and they know how to take care of business while still making it a relaxed, fun experience. I did have a tiny issue when I was picking up the Mclaren 720S. When we were doing the walk around inspection, I knelt down to inspect the underside of the rear diffuser and I saw that the front edge of the undertray under the engine was hanging down within a couple inches of the ground. The guy was sort of acting like it was no big deal and I pressed him on it asking if it rips the entire undertray and diffuser off if it was fine and he kept telling me it wasn't going to rip off. It turns out that he was looking at the diffuser where a bolt was missing and he didn't see what I was actually talking about initially. Once he saw that I was talking about way up underneath the car and that the whole undertray was hanging off, he was apologetic and they quickly brought it around to their shop and replaced the 5 or 6 bolts that had backed out and we were only a few minutes behind getting out of there. They were cool about it and comped the fuel to apologize for the misunderstanding, which I thought was really nice of them. The bolt he saw missing really would have been no big deal and I didn't even notice it until he pointed it out, so he wasn't being unreasonable based on what he thought I was talking about. Moral of the story with ANY expensive car you are taking out is to look it over very carefully regardless of who you're renting it from. These guys are honest and I felt like they would be more than fair about any potential damage, but they're human too and if something gets missed on checkout, it could invite trouble when you return the car if it's not clear that it was damaged before you checked it out. Overall, we had such a good experience that we rented two Ducatis and a BMW motorcycle from them the next day which was also a really good experience.Read Full Review
2018 BMW S1000RR
Unveiled a decade ago to compete in the 2009 Superbike World Championship, the 2018 BMW S1000RR takes the superbike into its second decade. As the most powerful bike in its class, the new offering has a personality to match its iconic German heritage.
The S1000RR matches its name with a 1,000cc, liquid-cooled 4-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed, straight cut manual transmission with 190 horsepower and 83 lb-ft of torque. If your idea of a getaway day in the Las Vegas desert in a jolting, open-air manner, the two-seat, street bike BMW will comply with gusto. It accelerates from 0-60 mph in 3.3 seconds and completes a standing mile in 10.1 seconds. Top speed for the rear-wheel drive, the 459-pound bike is 208 mph.
The BMW’s power and driving prowess are further defined with its three driving modes, Race, Rain, and Sport. They’re ideal all weather and traffic scenarios. The driving options ideal coordinate of the DTC and ABS electric throttle options. The keen feature allows more direct and finely distribution of the bike’s explosive power.
Shifting gears up or down without actuating the clutch is accomplished with Shift Assist Pro. The bike’ track-oriented attributes include Pin Lane Limiters and Shift Assist Pro. The features further emphasize the bike’s street and track versatility.
Beyond its impressive performance traits, consider the new BMW’s stealth exterior stylings and interior attributes. As a defining superbike, the S1000 RR’s aluminum frame has a stunning stealth design. With its asymmetrical headlamps and split face, the BMW is unmistakable. The fly line is razor-sharp, and the bike’s overall line ideally meshes.
And if you’re also cruising on an extraordinary performance machine, you might as well be able to check out your effort. All engine settings are ideally visible with a high-pixelated instrument panel.