Inching closer to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, we have numerous new announcements including Jaguar's Project 7. It's a one-of, one-seat design study based off the new F-Type roadster.
Just yesterday Caterham also revealed their most powerful Seven, the 620R, which uses a 310 bhp Ford Durtec which propels it to 60 mph in just 2.79 seconds.
Ferrari will use Goowood to show off their new line and bring along the 2012 Ferrari SP12 EC which they made for English musician Eric Clapton.
Naturally Audi will bring their Le Mans winning 2013 Audi R18 e-tron quattro Langheck with star driver Allan McNish at the wheel.
Toyota is assembling all three of their Le Mans cars, the TS010M and GT-One from the 1990s and the current TS030 Hybrid for the center display. Not far away will be the TRD Griffon which was unveiled at the Tokyo Auto Salon earlier this year.
Peugeot, who abandoned Le Mans completely this year, just announced the Peugeot RCZ R which at just 270bhp is most powerful road-going car in Peugeot?s extensive history.
Seat will also have their Leon Cup Racer which is probably the most radical Leon we've ever featured.