#Supercarshow

Featured | Lexus LFA

If you had to write an on-the-spot list of supercars, odds are you would forget to add the Lexus LFA.

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Featured | Ferrari Monza SP2

With such a rich and cherished production history to mine, it’s perhaps not surprising that – the furrowed brows of health and safety inspectors notwithstanding – a barchetta-style model paying homage to the original 166 MM and later 750...

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Featured | Koenigsegg Agera

‘Agera’ means to “take action”. Which is a rather fitting nameplate for a 400km/h hypercar, we’re sure you’d agree.

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Featured | Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

At the Detroit Motor Show in 1999, Mercedes-Benz presented its Vision SLR concept car, inspired by the iconic Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR racer of 1955.

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Featured | McLaren Speedtail

It looks, sounds, and reads like an absolute distillation of everything McLaren Automotive has learned over decades of finely tuned design and manufacture.

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Featured | Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti’s remarkable Veyron heralded both the arrival of the modern hypercar, and the first combatant in what might loosely be called the ‘400km/h Club’.

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Featured | Chevrolet Corvette C8

The Corvette is a nameplate founded on heritage with over 60 years reigning supreme as the world’s most commercially successful and popular sportscar.

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Featured | Lamborghini Countach

Unsurprisingly, when you google images from the 1971 Geneva Motor Show, you won’t find a single one of the Morris Marina that British Leyland launched that year. Instead, the show was made memorable by one car and one car only: the then...

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Featured | Ferrari F40

Raucous, raw, harsh, compromised: just some of the accusations leveled at Ferrari’s 351kW V8 F40 when it first surfaced in 1987.

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Featured | Mclaren P1

Just 375 exist. And that was the plan all along. Yet McLaren didn’t need to simply limit the P1’s production run in order to preserve its place in the rarified air of hypercar heaven – it’s spot in the ‘Holy Trinity’, along with the Porsche...

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