Earlier this month Bugatti set the fastest ever time for an open-top production car, clocking a run of 254.04mph in the hands of Chinese…
Chinese racing driver Anthony Liu, has driven a Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse at Volkswagen’s Ehra-Lessien proving ground, clocking 408.84 km/h – or…
It wasn’t so long ago we were gasping at the absurdity of the Bugatti Veyron’s 1,000+ bhp, but that tips the scales at some…
The Bugatti Grand Sport Venet, is a unique one-off piece created by acclaimed contemporary sculptor, Bernar Venet, celebrating the artist’s life-long obsession with mathematical formulae.
Not content with producing the fastest supercar from 0-100mph-0, Koenigsegg has confirmed it plans to produce an even quicker model for Chinese dealer FFF, simply named ‘One:1’.
The McLaren P1, revealed this evening, is set to become a yardstick by which all other hypercars are compared against – much in the same way as its predecessor, the F1, did in 1992.
Given how comprehensive this latest set of pictures is, it’s hard to believe they are ‘leaked’ rather than deliberately ‘seeded’, but either way they now reveal the a huge electro-mechanical rear wing which provides downforce at high speeds, but perhaps also acts as an air brake – as it did in the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren.
After weeks of teasing, McLaren Automotive has unveiled a new hypercar to take on the mantle of their first ever road car, the McLaren F1. The McLaren P1 has one simple goal: to be the best driver’s car in the world on road and track.
For such a bespoke car where customers are allowed to specify virtually every detail, it seems a little trite to release a ‘special edition’ – after all you’re unlikely to see a car park full of Veyrons and need something ‘special’ to stand out from the crowd.
It’s the question that everyone would love to know and it took a collaboration between Germany’s Sport Auto magazine and Lotus Renault GP to find out.
Supercars are awesome aren’t they? Well they’re supposed to be and that’s sometimes their biggest problem – the headline figures can become so incomprehensible that eventually they’re meaningless to the average person. Take the Bugatti Veyron for example.
Geneva would not be complete without a show car from German tuner and manufacturer MANSORY. Best known for the sheer extravagance of their work and the perfectionism of founder and company boss Kourosh Mansory, their cars have sometimes become known for their questionable taste rather than sheer desirability. MANSORY build bespoke products for their wealthy customers, whose personal taste sometimes reflects their unique view of the world..