We know how two models in a photoshoot with cars works, but now, how about we take a stab at three?
The leading lady in this particular spread is 20-year old Crystal, an outgoing woman doing her very first official shoot. Way to get baptized into the world of auto modeling, huh?
Together with two of Secret Entourage’s previous models, Misty and Kristen, Crystal gets acquainted to a number of exotics, including the Ferrari 360 Modena , Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale , and the Porsche 911 Gemballa Bi-Turbo.
This collection of hotness of the female and automotive variety is the kind of spread we’d love to have as our wallpapers. Not to mention, this Crystal lady is a real stunner, isn’t she?
She’s a tease too, which we don’t mind in a girl in the least bit. Crazy, stunning, and beautiful, that’s the best way to describe this 20-year old firestarter.
The holidays are always a time of giving and wouldn’t you know it, Secret Entourage took the opportunity last Christmas to give its readers the kind of present that is universally accepted in the male mind.
A hot model in the form of Ashley and a hot Italian super car in the form of a modified Lamborghini Gallardo ? Short of having Ashley spend the holidays with you, you couldn’t have asked for a better Christmas present.
What makes this spread even better, apart from the seeing Ashley’s teasing yellow bra and luscious lips, is the quality and quantity of the photos. It’s the kind of gift that really keeps on giving.
And to our good fortune, Secret Entourage is sharing them again with us.
Enjoy Ashley in all her teasing glory in the gallery below. There’s a lot to love about this girl, and this spread will show why.
Secret Entourage kicked the year off with a bang named "Adianna." No, we’re not talking about a natural phenomena of mysterious origins; we’re talking about Secret Entourage’s model for the month of January.
It seems that all of Secret Entourage’s models, including Adianna, have become fixated on the Lamborghini Gallardo and the BMW M3 . Not that we’re complaining because we don’t mind staring at these two sports cars all day. Once you add Adianna into the mix, it makes for an intoxicating combination akin to the kind of effects we get after painting the town red during New Year’s Eve.
Adianna definitely looks hot with the Gallardo and looks pretty wild with the BMW M3. We don’t need to remind you the running drills. The photos are for your enjoyment and you can check them out in the gallery below.
There’s a lot of ’em down there. Pick and choose wisely, peeps. Pick and choose wisely.
Posing in front of a Chevrolet Corvette Z06 with a skimpy outfit and showing your bra and panties for the whole world to see may be scandalous to a lot of people, but this Canadian bombshell doesn’t appear to mind it one bit.
Her name is Kendra and she’s actually done a list of raunchy photoshoots before - including one for Playboy’s Cybergirls - so this spread, courtesy of Pepper Perfect Photography, isn’t exactly her first run in flirtatious photos. Much to our enjoyment, the public clamoring for Kendra to be featured in the pages of Secret Entourage actually drew 120,000 fans voicing the same sentiment in a Facebook poll.
Certainly, when you have over 100,000 people wanting to see you dress down to almost your skivvies and pose with a Corvette Z06, you listen to the people and do it.
So Kendra, you have our eternal respect and admiration for doing just that. By the way, this chick has a rockstar body. Yowza!
Secret Entourage photographer, Ronnie Renaldi, never fails to deliver. Whether it’s a brunette, a blond, or even a combination of both, the man has an incredible eye on the camera.
But girls aren’t just what makes Renaldi one of our fave photogs; the man also knows his exotic super cars. In 2011, Renaldi took his lens and did a photo shoot featuring Jenna Baisley and a garage-worthy list of super cars, headlined by the Ferrari F430 .
Suffice to say, the photos are awesome. There’s plenty of skin in there - oh my, those legs! - and Baisley’s luscious and inviting stare just draws us to her like moths would to a flame.
Don’t forget about those exotics, too. If there was ever a time to bring out the popular catchphrase "epic!" from the drawers, this is the time to do it.
Jenna Baisley. A Ferrari F430. Ronnie Renaldi. The perfect combination, if you ask us.
This 19-year old model named Riley Reid has the body to make computer screens melt. Likewise, the McLaren MP4-12C roars like a pristine supercar that’s ready to pounce on anyone daring enough to go up against it. Put these two combustible elements together and you have a pictorial that’s too hot for words.
To be clear, the photos of Reid posing with the MP4-12C aren’t photo-shopped, which means that posterior of hers is completely legitimate. Then there’s the McLaren supercar, which is now headed stateside, providing its American customers an opportunity to enjoy the 3.8-liter V8 bi-turbo aluminum engine it has. It’s got 600 horsepower on tap and 600 Nm of torque with a 0-62 mph time of just 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 205 mph.
We enjoy quality photos when we see them, and trust us, this spread of Riley Reid and the McLaren MP4-12C is one gallery you wouldn’t want to miss.
Now, just check out the gallery below to refine your "artsy" side.
In our weekly scrounge to try and dig up an interesting photo for you folks, we came across something rather interesting that we had forgotten all about. In 1995, GM decided it was time to overhaul the Cavalier and axe the Sunbird altogether. With the exit of the Sunbird came the introduction of the “sportier” Pontiac Sunfire – ah, GM’s creative naming department struck gold there. What we tend to forget is that the Sunfire project started in the early-1990s and was far different than the end result.
To think that the crappy Sunfire was actually a hot concept car with true sports car appearance and likely matching performance numbers seems preposterous, but it’s true. From this photo, you can see just what GM was working on and, on the outside, it was a stunner. Now, inside was a different story. You can see the huge, clunky 1990s GM buttons on the center of the steering wheel and a plethora of these eyesores on the center console too.
One of the advertising gimmicks on this flier, which was distributed at car shows, was the remote-control CD player. This was for those people that just did not have the energy to move their arm the foot or so, needed to touch the CD player’s buttons. What innovative thinkers GM was in the 1990s, right?
Anywho, we need to thank Flickr user Hugo90 for the laughs we got from this blast from the past. Make sure to check out his entire photo stream here, as he has tons of awesome pictures and fliers from various car shows.
This picture may be a little old — from the 2007 Goodwood Festival of Speed rally — but it still captures the essence of rally racing. Not only are rallys hard to photograph because of the limited angles you have, but the high speeds and bouncing that the cars do make it nearly impossible.
Well, Kolin Tregaskes caught Colin McRae’s Subaru WRX heading up the Goodwood Forest Rally at the Festival of Speed . Yup, Goodwood has more than just an awesomely technical road course.
You get to see this blue rocket propelling between the trees, likely at speeds most of us would not hot on the interstate, let alone off road. In his trail is nothing but a light cloud of dust.
Even with Tregaskes’ steady hand and likely high-end digital camera, the violent bouncing of McRae’s car still comes through as a light blur. This makes you wonder exactly how these rally drivers can even see the path they are piloting.
Nice grab by Kolin Tregaskes. Make sure to catch his entire Flickr portfolio here to see other great shots.
With all of our past Photo of the Week images simply being pictures of stationary cars, we thought this week we’d bring you something even more special. The following picture taken by Bruno Terena definitely meets those prerequisites.
The following image was captured in Serra do Rio do Rastro, Brazil back in 2010 where Rhys Millen took to the mountainous roads in one of many promotional activities for his sponsor, Red Bull.
Now you may be asking yourself as to what separates this drifting photo from the thousands of others circling the net? Well, let me describe the reasons. First, it’s very rare that one will stumble upon a drifting photo actually captured out in the wilderness rather than a ‘drifting arena’ in the middle of a bustling city. Second, we absolutely adore how this image manages to capture both the Hyundai Genesis drifter and the stunning backdrop in one frame.
Finally, the awesome smoke trail following the Genesis up the mountain and around the hairpin in the center of the photo also played a part in our selection for this weeks’ Photo of the Week.
Our latest Photo of the Week is arguably the most artistic photo we’ve seen to date and was taken by none other than Notbland aka Webb Bland.
Taken in the Mojave Desert in early 2011, the impromptu photoshoot where this photo is featured took place in just a 45-minute session with no lights and no assistance. Yet to our amateur photography eyes, we can’t even begin to think of how this photo could have been improved.
Depicting an extremely unique 2009 Dodge Viper ACR , this particular image is so special because the Viper ACR’s masculinity has been captured beautifully with the setting sun in the background helping to pull this photo off. Then there’s the lovely wooden structures in the background of this generally abandoned desert and the juxtaposition between the technologically advanced Viper ACR and the surrounds.