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Bugatti just unveiled their successor to the Chiron, the Tourbillon. Despite having a familiar silhouette from its predecessors, the Tourbillon is a completely new hypercar that celebrates heritage and pushes boundaries, while prioritizing timeless design and engineering excellence. The Tourbillon boasts an impressive 1800 horsepower, courtesy of a hybrid powertrain...
Chrysler introduced winged cars in 1969 with the Dodge Charger Daytona, which won its debut race at the Talladega 500. Inspired by this success, Plymouth developed the Superbird, a modified Road Runner, for a few months in late 1969. This complex muscle car featured a smoothed body, retractable headlamps, and...
Maserati’s racing history brings to life the MC20 Icona and MC20 Leggenda, two Special Series vehicles created to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Trident’s return to competition – in 2004, after 37 years away from the scene – with the iconic and victorious MC12. MC12, first launched in a...
The Lamborghini Reventón, revealed at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show, was the priciest Lamborghini road car ever created and only 20 coupes were made. The vehicle shares its mechanical components with the LP640 Murciélago but its exterior and interior were completely redesigned to mimic that of an F15 Fighter Jet....
Unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, the Koenigsegg Jesko is successor to the Agera. Named after Jesko von Koenigsegg, father of the company’s founder and CEO, this limited-production, mid-engine sports car comes in two versions: ‘Absolut’ for top speed and ‘Attack’ for track performance. The Jesko Attack redefines track...
The 993 Porsche 911 GT2 (or GT as it was initially called) was built in order to meet homologation requirements for the GT2 class racing which had banned all-wheel-drive vehicles by the mid 1990’s. To make the GT2 suitable for track use, the brakes, suspension, and wheels were upgraded to...
The Bugatti Chiron, the successor to the groundbreaking Veyron, is the last of its kind. This marks a turning point for the French automaker, as they shift gears towards a future powered by hybrid or even V16 engines. The Bugatti Veyron, launched in 2005, was a groundbreaking feat of engineering....
Hispano Suiza has unveiled the Carmen Sagrera, the third model in its range of electric hypercars, celebrating the brand’s 120th anniversary. This new hypercar features an updated design, enhanced performance, and a new 103 kWh battery. The new model was presented at Finca Mas Solers in celebration of the company’s...
Based on the Ferrari Enzo’s chassis, the FXX featured a significantly upgraded 6,262cc V12 engine, producing 789bhp at 8,500rpm, far surpassing the Enzo’s 650bhp from its 6.0-litre engine. This remarkable power output was 126bhp per litre for a naturally aspirated engine. Its gearbox, incorporating Formula 1 technology, enabled gear changes...
The Ferrari Monza SP1 is the first model in Ferrari’s limited-edition ‘Icona’ series, designed specifically for collectors. This car draws inspiration from the racing barchettas of the late 1940s and early 1950s and is a single-seat sports car without a windscreen. Ferrari engineers created a “Virtual Wind Shield” that directs...
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In 2000, Saleen Autosport unveiled the S7, an impressive supercar designed and built in the United States. Boasting a sleek carbon fiber body and a 427 cubic inch small block V8 engine producing 550 naturally aspirated horsepower, the S7 received widespread acclaim in the automotive industry. By 2005, the S7...
A head-turner from the start, the Toyota 2000GT debuted at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, but production didn’t begin until May 1967. Beneath its aerodynamic coupé design, the 2000GT featured a backbone chassis inspired by the Lotus Elan, with double-wishbone independent suspension and disc brakes at all corners—a first for...
In 2017, Lamborghini commemorated the 100th birthday of its founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini, by unveiling the LP 770-4 Centenario. This model joins the ranks of previous limited editions like the Reventón, Sesto Elemento, and the stunning Veneno. Each special edition builds upon Lamborghini’s highest performing models, and the Centenario takes the Aventador to unprecedented heights...
The Zagato Raptor, designed in collaboration with Lamborghini SpA, was intended as a limited-production model to bridge the gap between the Diablo and its planned successor, the Lamborghini Canto. Unveiled at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show, the Raptor garnered significant attention for its lightweight and elegant design compared to the...
The new Ferrari 296 Challenge made its dynamic UK debut at Snetterton race circuit during the third round of the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli UK, where current Ferrari Challenge UK and Club Challenge drivers tested the latest model built specifically for the one-make series before its competitive debut in the...
There was a time when a ‘station wagon’, or an estate car was just a large family car with a lot of luggage space. Still, surely not a supercar, today the SUV has taken over the role of the practical family car, a car to drive the kids to school...
In 2017, Lamborghini commemorated the 100th birthday of its founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini, by unveiling the LP 770-4 Centenario. This model joins the ranks of previous limited editions like the Reventón, Sesto Elemento, and the stunning Veneno. Each special edition builds upon Lamborghini’s highest performing models, and the Centenario takes the...
This bespoke luxury sedan was an homage to William Towns’ Lagonda from 1976, though with more mainstream styling. Built on the Aston Martin VH Generation 3 chassis platform (used in the DB9 and Rapide) with a lengthened wheelbase, the Taraf featured carbon fibre-reinforced plastic body panels and an ultra-luxurious interior....
In October 2015, Ferrari announced the limited-edition F12tdf. Its nomenclature referencing a competition variant of the 250 GT, so named following the latter’s many victories in the “Tour de France Automobile” in the late 1950s/early 1960s. Like its illustrious predecessor, the F12tdf was a lightweight, track-focused model aimed at wealthy...

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For sale on SBX Cars, the online car auction platform run by Supercar Blondie, is this 2023 BMW 3.0 CSL. The BMW 3.0 CSL was developed with the intention of combining the best of five decades of racing expertise from BMW M GmbH in an automobile with a highly emotional aura....
The Ferrari F355, once a secret bargain among V8 Ferraris, now commands a hefty six-figure price tag. This iconic car holds a special place in Ferrari history. It’s the last hand-built model and boasts a 3.5L V8 with a soul-stirring soundtrack. At 375 horsepower, it offers exhilarating performance without being overly...
Produced from 2003 to 2010, the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren was a testament to the combined expertise of Mercedes-Benz and their Formula 1 partner, McLaren. It showcased advanced technologies reminiscent of the legendary 1955 300 SLR. Despite its classification as a supercar, the SLR is a luxurious, finely engineered Gran Turismo...
During the production of the Lamborghini Gallardo, the predecessor of the Huracan, we’ve seen a lot of different variations being released by Automobili Lamborghini SpA, starting with the SE, for Special Edition, going over the very special Gallardo Superleggera, but things changed considerably when the LP560-4 evolution came out, which...
The Zagato AGTZ Twintail is a unique two-in-one car, combining a coachbuilt longtail racer with a more road-friendly version. Designed by the iconic Italian coachbuilder Zagato, this car is based on the Alpine A110 but features a completely bespoke carbon fiber body with aerodynamic enhancements like a low smooth nose,...
The Chrysler D’Elegance, a 1952 sporty coupe, was a collaboration between Chrysler designer Virgil Exner and Italian coachbuilder Ghia. This concept car, inspired by European styles, blended smooth curves with American touches like a mesh grille. Exner’s design language, later called “Forward Look”, would influence Chrysler’s future models. The D’Elegance...
In keeping with the likes of the Ferrari LaFerrari’s rather unambiguous name, the new Ferrari 12Cilindri shares with it, a very similar and self-explanatory nomenclature. Honorifically referred to as the Dodici Cilindri—anglicized as Twelve Cylinder—it’s Ferrari’s latest testament to the automaker’s quintessential 6.5L V12 power plant, as its name so...