Autosport Designs in Long Island, N.Y. offers some of the rarest and most sought after cars to ever hit the road and track. The shop takes cars on consignment and offers other services. You can mainatain and store your car here, whether it’s a million-dollar exotic or high-mileage hatchback.
This 2019 Audi RS 5 Coupe bears an Audi Exclusive paint color called Velvet Purple. The German sports coupe doesn’t compromise between luxury & performance, with its Nappa leather seats and 444-horsepower twin-turbocharged V-6 engine.
Oloi’s 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS has been modified to be the 997 911 R that never existed. The team at SP Motorsports retained the functionality of the car while doing the same for the new parts and features. The result is on par with a factory build.
Tony has wanted an Eagle Talon since he gazed upon one from the bus more than 20 years ago. Hard work and some struggles earned him a 1998 Eagle Talon TSi.
This 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 joins its older GT3 brother in the Oloi stable. It’s been lightly modified by Oloi founder Thomas Lee and his team at Savvy to show what just a few bolt-on modifications can do for a stock car’s performance. NewYorKars has a preview of this high-performance purple Porsche.
Autosport Designs of Long Island, N.Y. has been specializing in classic car sales, repair, maintenance, restoration, custom rebuilds, & storage since 1989. NewYorKars went behind the scenes to learn more about the collector car business.
Performance tops the list of requirements for Oloi founder Thomas Lee’s car collection. This 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 was modified for the track by Thomas and his team at Savvy and has proven itself at the Super Lap Battle (SLB) race event.
Oloi founder Thomas Lee has an impressive car collection and among his favorite track weapons is his 2007 Honda S2000. This roadster is still highly revered for its powerful rev-happy motor and balanced vehicle dynamics.
The 2018 Audi S5 is a step up in technology, luxury, and performance from the already impressive A5. Multiple drive modes change the entire feel of the car, from smooth cruiser to corner-carving missile.
This 2002 Honda Accord V-6 coupe is the newest entry in a long line of cars for this Queens, N.Y. driver. His love for Hondas in particular goes way back. With the discontinuation of the both the Accord coupe and V-6, this car is truly something special.
The 2005 Hummer H2 is part of a vehicle line that was produced for just seven model years, but that doesn’t hurt its effect on the streets. The H2 is quite the sight when it takes a trip south of the border down Mexico way.
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Restomod combines the best of both worlds, old and new. Classic styling meets modern convenience in a superb driving package. It is currently for sale at Autosport Designs in Long Island, N.Y.
The 2001 BMW 330ci is part of the storied BMW E46 generation of 3 Series cars. This example has put its owner through his paces, but it was all worth it.
This 2005 Mazda 6 was a big upgrade for its driver from his 1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera. The Mazda 6 has style, practicality, and passing power to back up its fun factor. It’s been driven 110,000 miles and counting.
The 2016 Volkswagen GTI was the last two-door GTI sold in America. Its balance of power and comfort make this Mk7 GTI an ideal all-around car in any driving situation.
This 2011 BMW M3 has given its owner 47,000 miles of driving bliss and counting. The E90 M3 sedan was produced from 2007 to 2011. It was part of the first generation of M3 models to use a V-8 engine.