NUMERICALLY SPEAKING

30 – Approximate percentage of a mainstream car buyer’s yearly income spent on a mainstream car.

3 – approximate percentage of a ultra-luxury car buyer’s yearly income spent on their ultra-luxury car.

46 – Aston Martin’s sold in 1992 800 – Aston Martin’s sold in 2000, the year Dr. Ulrich Bez became boss.

7000 – Current yearly production of Aston Martin’s

9000 – Aston Martin’s built in 2009, when the Rapide comes on line

36,700,000,000 – Number of dollars spent by Americans on aftermarket automotive accessories and modifications each year.

5995 – cost, in £, of each of the 400 Porsche Design Worldtimers available, the watch that will tell you the time in two different time zones simultaneously.

22,000 – USD cost of carbon-ceramic brakes on the Ferrari F430.

15,600 – USD cost of carbon-ceramic brakes on Lamborghini’s Superleggera.

8,800 – USD cost of Porsche’s carbon-ceramic brakes.

15 – degrees which a Cadillac CTS’ headlights are able to turn in an inboard direction.

3.4 – seconds required for a Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG to travel from 50-70 mph.

1908 – number of inches covered under deceleration from 70mph – 0 mph in a Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG.

2 – Number of 5’5″ humans who could fit head-to-toe between the front and rear axle of a Chevrolet Suburban.

2 – Number of 4’1″ humans who could fit head-to-toe between the front and rear axle of a Chevrolet Aveo5.