A 965 hp Return to the Spotlight The Italian automaker Puritalia made a splash with its 427 roadster a while back, and now it has a new car. The Berlinetta is coming to the Geneva Motor Show should put the automaker back in the spotlight for at least a short period of time. Why? Because it’ll make …

Big Gas Engine Paired with Electric Power Hybrids are the way supercars and hypercars are currently going, and Lamborghini will now get in on the action. The company has flirted with the idea for some time, but now it appears we’ll finally get to see what all that activity has rendered. According to Motoring, Lambo’s …

A New Rumor We Can Get Behind We recently reported on the fact that Bugatti will bring its “110 ans Bugatti” to Geneva to celebrate its 110-year anniversary. We also reported that Bugatti could build an $18 million hypercar and bring it to Geneva. That car is rumored to go to Dr. Ferdinand Piëch who’s the former …

Coming Later This Year Ferrari’s CEO Louis Camilleri recently told reporters on an earnings call that the company would unveil a V8 hybrid supercar later this year. According to Auto News Europe, the vehicle will get a V8 gasoline engine and an electric motor for power and will sit atop the Ferrari lineup. The car will …

Could This Be The Best McLaren Track Car? That’s the question Top Gear’s Chris Harris asks in the video below of him driving the McLaren 600LT. The car lacks the insane horsepower and super-techy suspension of other McLaren vehicles, but it offers a more mechanical, analog, and natural driving experience, according to the presenter. It …

That Sounds Pretty Good We reported not long ago about the Koenigsegg partnership with NEVS, and the company’s plans to build a more affordable supercar priced at about €1 million (about $1,144,000). The vehicle was rumored to have the company’s camless engine technology. New information surfaced thanks to a Twitter user claiming the be an early investor …

A New Zonda, or an Homage to it? The first Pagani Zonda is 20 years old this year. That means you can expect the company to do something special to celebrate its car. According to CarBuzz, the automaker told the publication that there’s something in the works for the Geneva Motor Show that’s less than …

Pretty Quick for a Grand Touring Machine The Ferrari 812 Superfast isn’t really a track car. It’s a grand touring car that is, well, super fast. With that said, it can hold its own on a racetrack as seen in the video below of the car taking on the Nürburgring. The guys at sport auto, …

Finally, a Production Model of the New Stratos The Lancia Stratos is one of the most iconic cars ever to grace the road. It dominated the World Rally Championship for years and earned itself a permanent place in the hearts of many. Manifattura Automobili Torino will now bring the car to market. The first of the New Stratos …

Getting the Most Out of Those Four-Cylinders American company Vandal brings the Civic Type R’s 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine to a true racecar with its vehicle called the Vandal One. The company squeezed 340 hp out of the Honda-produced engine for the base model. It somehow got a whopping 560 hp out of the engine for the …

Keep the Coupe Going We recently reported that the Toyota 86 and its Subaru BRZ twin will continue into a second generation. This information came after speculation that the Toyota version of the car would be going away due to the Supra. Now, it seems that we’re getting some information about where the next 86 …

So Many Great Beauties February of 2019 saw the Salon Retromobile Show in Paris, France, and with it RM Sotheby’s best auction in Paris ever. The auction house manages to have its best-ever result achieved in Paris. The show brought €32.4 million ($36.6 million) and provided collectors of all kinds a chance to get the cars that …

So you have finally decided that it’s time to upgrade to a vehicle that actually ticks off all the boxes and provides you with the driving experience you desire. Buying a supercar isn’t a purchase you’ll be making just any day, and maybe leasing a supercar is even a better alternative for you. Since this …

€16 Million Is a Lot of Money It would seem that Bugatti could be upping the ante at the Geneva Motor Show with a €16 million (roughly $18 million) hypercar. According to The Supercar Blog, the automaker built the car exclusively for Dr. Ferdinand Piëch, who is the former Chairman of VW Group, the owner of Bugatti. There …

Called the Italia But Exclusive to North America Continuing what seems to be the neverending run of special edition models coming out right now, Alfa Romeo keeps 4C rolling with a special edition. The company calls it the Italia and debuted it in the Windy City at the Chicago Auto Show.  The new version of …

A Special Edition for the Special Occasion Bugatti is no stranger to making special editions of its Chiron or Chiron Sport. There have been several, and now we get one more in the “110 ans Bugatti.” The latest special edition celebrates the company’s 110 anniversary of its founding and its deep French roots.  The car features …

The Heart Wants What the Heart Wants Porsche Classic has done some fantastic restorations of all kinds of Porsche vehicles, but the Carrera GT pictured here is a true stunner. The owner of the car commissioned Porsche Classic to not only restore the car but to completely strip it down and rebuild it to his …

That’s One Heck of a Benchmark When Hennessey Performance got its first McLaren 600LT, which has now been tinkered with, the company had no plans to modify the car. According to an interview by Top Gear with the company’s boss, John Hennessey, the sole reason he got a McLaren 600LT was to use it to benchmark …

If one takes some time to reflect on the origins of the supercar as we know it Italy, Germany, France, England, and of course the United States immediately come to mind as homes. These nations have the deepest roots in creating the most sought-after, exotic and timeless automobiles in the world. Occasionally manufacturers based outside …

The Shot Heard ‘Round the World In 1989, Acura debuted the NSX supercar and changed the automotive industry. The NSX, then debuted as the NS-X Concept, changed the way people thought about supercars. It came with world’s first all-aluminum monocoque chassis, had titanium connecting rods, and was built to a different standard than the competition. It was the …

After About 11 Months of Waiting Abdulla Bin Fahad from Qatar recently took delivery of his Bugatti Chiron Sport. According to GT Spirit, it’s the first one that the car company has delivered to a customer. As you can see from the images, it’s a blue and black breathtaking example of the hypercar. The unique …

Just Listen to That Engine Note Of all the cars to debut in the last couple of years, the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 are probably the most unforgettable. They harken back to the old school, open-top racecars of old while still leaving room for innovation and utterly astonishing modern design and speed. As soon …

The Spanish Automaker’s Return Could be Coming This year’s Geneva Motor Show is shaping up to be a blast from the past. Now, the long-dormant Hispano Suiza brand could start a comeback with an electric supercar. From the 1900s to the mid-1940s Hispano Suiza sold thousands of unique luxury cars. After that, it more or …

An All-New British Supercar? Yes Please The British sporting car company Ginetta has a new supercar in the works. Over the years, the car company has garnered quite the reputation in racing circles. However, it hasn’t spent as much time and effort on road cars. That could change with its new supercar that the company …

The Year of the Pig Car Comes Stateside McLaren built the 570GT MSO Cabbeen Collection as a China-only model. The company made five of the cars that appeared at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show in China. Now, there is a sixth car that made its American debut at the Lunar New Year: Year of the Pig celebration …

In Its Icy Element Porsche plans to return to rally racing with a 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport R-GT Rallye. The car came about because of the positive response Porsche received on a rally car concept that it sent out into the world. Before the official car comes, Porsche did some testing with its 718 Cayman GT4 …

Successor to the P1, Tribute to a Legend When it was first unveiled in late 2017, the Senna proclaimed itself as the ultimate street-legal McLaren. We can go back as early as the 1990s when tracing the Senna’s lineage, with the McLaren F1 pioneering the first production car with full carbon-fibre construction. More than two …

This Coupe Isn’t Done Yet There were rumors that the Subaru BRZ and the Toyota 86 would disappear after the current generation’s lifecycle was up. Both companies said that these rumors were false. Carscoops reached out to both companies and got a definite no from both Toyota and Subaru. This is good news. It means …

EU Makes Things Tougher for TVR British carmaker TVR has a new Griffith sports car, and it looks awesome. That car will take a little longer than originally thought to go to production and be cruising around on European roads. According to the Dutch publication AutoRAI, the company will have will have to push back …

Koenigsegg Looking to the Future Koenigsegg recently sold 20 percent of the company to National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) for about $171 million. In case you don’t know, NEVS is a Swedish-Chinese company that also owns the rights to Saab. Now, it seems the two companies will debut an “affordable” supercar in 2020.  Top Gear reported …