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McLaren's new 12C Spider features a retractable hard top (RHT) folding roof

McLaren has delivered a convertible sibling for its MP4-12C supercar. Aside from a unique retractable hard top (RHT) folding roof that can be operated at speeds of up to 30 km/h (19 mph), the new 12C Spider is pretty much identical to the 12C, with the same carbon “MonoCell” chassis and upgraded 616 bhp (625 PS) engine announced for the MP4-12C last month.  Read More

Ferrari F60 Forumla 1 car speeds past Goodwood house at the 2012 Festival of Speed

The phrase "Mecca for motorsport fans" often gets trundled out when it comes to major automotive events, but when you're talking about the Goodwood Festival of Speed, it's a perfectly accurate description. Just about anything that has a motor and wheels is represented at Goodwood and not only can you get up close and personal with supercars, the latest concepts and legendary racers both past and present, you can also see them in action on Goodwood's famous 1.16 mile hillclimb.  Read More

The Aston Martin Vanquish

The Vanquish name is to return to the Aston Martin stable with deliveries of the 183 mph, £190,000 (US$299,000) sports car expected in late 2012. There's a lot of the limited edition £1.2m One-77 supercar in the recipe, with a 565 bhp 6.0-liter V12 driving through a Touchtronic six-speed automatic gearbox, and 0-100 km/h acceleration in 4.1 seconds.  Read More

The revised 2013 McLaren MP4-12C gains 25 hp

McLaren has announced a raft of upgrades to its already formidable MP4-12C supercar. A 25 hp increase in power that gives the 12C’s 3.8-litre twin turbo V8 engine a maximum output of 616 hp (625 PS) leads the list of enhancements which will come online later this year.  Read More

Custom built to break amphibious vehicle speed records, the aluminum and stainless steel S...

Known as the Sea Lion, this remarkable brushed aluminum and stainless steel amphibious vehicle was designed by a Mr. M. Witt in order to break the rather slapdash and anarchic-sounding Amphibious World Speed Record.  Read More

It sure looks like a Ferrari special edition

Look quickly at the Fahrradi Farfalla FFX and you might mistake it for a limited edition Ferrari. Scan a little more closely, though, and you'll notice the thin, hollow wheels and barren interior. Something is certainly amiss, and it's because the FFX isn't one of the world's most exotic supercars. It's one of the world's most exotic bicycles.  Read More

Quimera Responsible Racing and Evelio Electric Supercars have created an all-electric drif...

Spain's green racing pioneers Quimera Responsible Racing and the UK's Alex Letteriello and his small team at Evelio Electric Supercars have joined forces to develop an all-electric supercar designed to race in drifting competitions, where cornering is undertaken with a thrilling sideways slide. The quite simply stunning AEDC (All Electric Drift Car), or K1 Evelio to use its given name, is capable of quietly speeding from zero to 60 mph (96.5 km/h) in just 3.2 seconds, has an average range of 150 miles (241.4 km) per charge and is expected to reach speeds of 170 mph (273.5 km/h).  Read More

The Rimac Concept One traveled to the recent Top Marques Monaco

An all-electric, 1,088 hp, Croatian supercar - if you didn't know differently, you might think we were just stringing a bunch of random adjectives together on a dare. But those adjectives actually describe a real, live concept car - the Rimac Concept One - which is now available for reservation ahead of deliveries in 2013.  Read More

Savage Rivale reveals the Roadyacht GTS' innovative roof system

Savage Rivale is in the process of building its anomalous Roadyacht GTS, a four-door, four-seat convertible supercar. Not only is the layout of the car a bit unconventional, but the Netherlands-based company gives us a new take on the retractable hardtop.  Read More

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG E-CELL

Can an electric version of one of the world's supercars be a supercar? Mercedes-AMG has answered this question with a resounding yes by announcing the SLS AMG E-Cell that was confirmed for production in Detroit in January will be available in 2013. Its electric powertrain gives the E-Cell a 0-60 mph (96.5 km/h) time of 4.0 seconds, compared to the SLS AMG's 0-60 mph time of 3.8 seconds. When it comes to top speed, both cars are electronically limited. The E-Cell can hit 155 mph (249.4 km/h), while the SLS AMG tops out at 197 mph (317 km/h). While not quite the equal of the gas-powered SLS AMG, the E-Cell is clearly in supercar territory!  Read More

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