What you see here is a bespoke commission McLaren by North American McLaren retailer, McLaren Beverly Hills. Created by McLaren Special Operations (MSO), this bespoke supercar (more like hypercar, really) dubbed ‘Albert’ Speedtail is inspired by the first attribute testing prototype vehicle name, well, ‘Albert’.
Ever look at the Ford GT40 and wish it was electric? Well, dream no more my friends because, Everrati has joined hands with maker of 1960s-era continuation component sports cars, Superformance, for a high-performance electrified version GT40.
Nothing feels as good as spending a night at the movies. And if you’re a car enthusiast like us, a movie that involves cars. Some years ago, a genius found a way to merge the two by coming up with the drive-in movie theater, but that’s almost obsolete now.
There is no replacement for the exhilaration a powerful internal combustion engine brings, but you can do so while being a littler kinder to the environment with the new 2022 Ferrari 296 GTB.
Rimac Nevera takes the hypercar market by storm. Or maybe it just sounds like a storm because, “Nevera” is the name of the unexpected Mediterranean storm that races across the open sea off Croatia. The Rimac Nevera has a very McLaren look to it.
You must be thinking… didn’t we read about the Czinger 21C already? Well, we have certainly mention it before, but this time, Czinger has revealed the C21 Production Specification Vehicle that brings it a step closer to realizing America’s very own hypercar.
China’s oldest automaker Hongqi has come a long way. Started in the 50s primarily to build cars for CCP, it was revived in the 90s and today, it has grown to include, wait for it… a supercar.
Did you know that there was an official Lamborghini and Versace collab supercar? No? Yeah, me either. In fact, there were 20 of them and one of them has been put for sale.
Ford GT40 MKI is arguably the most iconic in the history of motorsports. It was the car that puts Ford Motor Company on the map of motorsports by becoming the second chassis to ever win the 24 Hours of Le Mans more than once, with back-to-back victories.
Well, that was quick. After revealing the Team Fordzilla P1 Concept Race Car back in August 2020, the first-ever gamer-collaborated virtual car has been turned into a real car in December 2020.