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The Weber FasterOne

Weber Sportcars promised to unseat the Bugatti Veyron as the world’s fastest street-legal sports car with its Faster One (F1) back in 2008. It seems the Swiss car maker still has the title in its sights, releasing the specifications for the latest iteration of its two-seater mid-engine sports car with the claim that it's the fastest street-legal sports car in the world.  Read More

The one-and-only image of the Icona Vulcano revealed to date

Set to debut next month at the Shanghai Auto Show comes the slightly misspelled, volcanic-influenced Icona Vulcano. Available thus far in ultra-red, the new Vulcano’s power engineering comes courtesy of Claudio Lombardi, a former Technical Director for all things powertrain at Ferrari.  Read More

Fornasari Gigi 311 GT

Off-kilter boutique auto-maker Fornasari brought to light its latest design venture this past month in Geneva – the Gigi 311 GT. Shown as what appears to be a rolling chassis only the Gigi 311 is promoted as a performance GT with full customization options.  Read More

Under the  hood lies a BMW M-powered V8 putting out 420 HP & 290 ft.lbs. of torque

Celebrating 25 years of hand-built boutique Morgan/Lotus-esque styled vehicles, Wiesmann is one of those rare auto-design houses that incorporates and melds old-school design techniques with current day performance and handling bits. Rarely seen in North America, Wiesmann rides are considered an exotic performance treat for but a special few rich of wallet type individuals. The company's latest offering – the new BMW M-powered Clubsport – makes one of the world’s hottest boutique rides even more appealing.  Read More

Teaser image of the VŪHL 05 supercar

VŪHL, a new supercar manufacturer with roots in Mexico, is preparing its debut car for this July's Goodwood Festival of Speed. The company has teased the car, promising that it will be a lightweight supercar "endowed with exhilarating performance."  Read More

Furtive-eGT highlighting the grille

Electric cars haven’t exactly stolen the limelight at this year's Geneva Motor Show, but Exagon Motors is bucking the trend with the highly customizable, “haute couture” Furtive-eGT electric sports car.  Read More

The Koenigsegg Hundra debuts in Geneva

The current calendar year is a big one for sports car anniversaries. Chevrolet recognized 60 years of the legendary Corvette with a new Stingray, and Lamborghini celebrated 50 years with the Veneno special edition. Koenigsegg hasn't been around nearly as long as those sports car staples, but it is celebrating its 10th year of production with a one-off Agera special edition.  Read More

Spyker is back

The last time we heard from Dutch sports car outfit Spyker, its affairs were all muddled up with Saab. After a few whirlwind years, Spyker is officially back to pursuing what it's great at: designing distinctive sports cars. The B6 Venator concept marks the beginning of the brand's "global resurgence as a creator of meticulously built automobiles."  Read More

The all-electric Volar-e makes 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration of 3.4 seconds

Spanish engineering company Applus+ Idiada has officially unveiled its Volar-e supercar prototype at the Circuit de Catalunya during the F1 Test Days in Barcelona. Developed for the European Commission and apparently based on the Rimac Concept One, the all-electric Volar-e boasts 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration of 3.4 seconds, does the standing quarter-mile in 10.3 seconds, and reaches its top speed of 300 km/h (186 mph) in only 12.1 sec.  Read More

The McLaren P1 may be a hybrid, but it's no Prius

We’ve seen the early images and taken a peek at the carbon fiber interior, but now McLaren has seen fit to let slip the finer details of just what's powering the P1. The long-awaited successor to the mighty F1 will sport both a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 petrol engine, and an electric motor – each of which combine to push out a total of 903 bhp, and 900 Nm of torque.  Read More

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