Record-breaking rides and cool new concepts, supercars represent the latest innovations in the automotive industry – and the vehicles we drive in our dreams. We’ll keep you up to speed on all the important supercar news.
From the 300-mile-per-hour Bugatti Chiron to the all-electric, 2,000-horsepower Lotus Evija, there’s now a growing list of elite autos vying for your discretionary income. All of which is why McLaren is stepping up its game with the all-new, open-cockpit Elva, a supercar that demands to be noticed.
Despite Einstein’s silly “scientific” assertions, the world’s best car manufacturers seem determined to unlock faster-than-light travel. From the Veyron to the Chiron, Bugatti has been leading the charge, breaking world record after world record. Last month, the company did the unthinkable.
Corvette fans have long clamored for the mid-engine layout that legendary Chevrolet designer Zora Arkus-Duntov envisioned more than 50 years ago. Now, that elusive design is finally here, and the 2021 Corvette Stingray promises to be a game-changer -- for under $60,000.
For decades, Lotus seemed one failed model away from fading into obscurity. That it hadn’t released a new car in more than a decade only seemed to be further proof. This month, the British automaker dropped a bombshell in the form of an all-new, all-electric hypercar monster.
The Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato transfers supercar technologies and engineering to a frame designed to conquer more rugged environments, pulling from earlier models to form a concept car that goes farther off the map.
The Huracan Performante Spyder is every bit as weaponized as its fixed-roof counterpart, but removes any baffle between the car's 5.2-liter V10 engine note and passenger ears. Driving it is like having your own personal anger translator made famous from 'Key & Peele.'
U.K.-based boutique automaker Ginetta debuted its street-legal 2020 Akula supercar at the Geneva Motor Show. The predatory 200-mph car is a full-throttle attack machine inspired by sharks and submarines.
Piloti, a Canadian maker of high-performance footwear for driving, collaborated with Pagani Automobili to create The Roadster Driving Boot — because an expensive, beautiful car deserves to be driven with expensive, beautiful boots.
Get-togethers for most car clubs involve drivers of a dozen classic Corvettes gathering at the local burger shack to talk chrome and customizations. For one-percenters, however, there’s a club so elite that only auto aficionados with the most exclusive garages are allowed inside: Supercar Owners Circle.
Superyachts are nice, but most lack necessary storage for all the fun toys most well-heeled gentlemen are likely to travel with. Enter Yacht Support, a niche marine builder that designs satellite yachts to haul an entire arsenal of land & sea toys anywhere you need to take your “mothership.”
The list of to do’s when planning a wedding is almost overwhelming, but not all have to be daunting. While not as important as a well-tailored suit or dazzling dress, the getaway car and/or honeymoon transportation is an opportunity to show some class.
The horsepower wars we’ve seen in the automotive world have spread to the motorcycle realm. Not only have motorcycles become more agile, but they’ve been infused with the same weapons-grade ballistics. Case in point: Aprilia’s 217-horsepower RSV4 1100 superbike, which will debut at EICMA 2018.
Not only did the McLaren F1 perform, but it also gave owners the opportunity to bring along a second passenger. Even though the F1’s three seats were popular, the arrangement didn’t return — until now. You and your two best friends can hit 186 mph in 12.8 seconds together in the new McLaren Speedtail.
Ford decided that, with so much interest in the Ford GT, why not pump out more GTs, especially considering each carries a whopping $450,000 a pop price tag? Now, Ford is continuing the gravy train and offering another batch of Le Mans-derived supercars.
McLaren has outfitted the McLaren 720S with a weigh-reducing, not-quite Senna-challenging track pack that goes heavy on the carbon fiber to make the supercar extra-light. How much weight reduction is included and how much extra does it all cost? Read on to find out.
Own a piece of music and automotive history, with Miles Davis' Ferrari 308 GTSi, which is up for auction now via with eBay and Beverly Hills Car Club. A portion of the proceeds will help the Grammy Foundation.
Ferrari has revealed a pair of open-top, windshield-less production cars that are powered by V12 engines and will sell for $2 Million. The Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 represent a modern take on classic 750 and 860 Monza racers.
The LEGO Technic division built a life-size Bugatti Chiron that not only looks exactly like the iconic luxury hypercar, but has a fully-LEGO engine that actually drives. Racing legend Andy Wallace tested the LEGO Chiron on the track.
Recall 2011. It was a simpler time and the hypercar segment was just taking shape. Manufacturer SSC aimed to claim the market with its Tuatara, but disappeared. Now it's back and ready to give Bugatti a run for its money.
Coming off the heels of the launch of the Chiron, Bugatti is readying a second, even more exclusive model that promises to be lighter and agiler with more downforce. It's called the Bugatti Divo and we got a closert look at Monterey Car Week 2018.
Since the Aventador went on sale in 2011, Lamborghini has slow-rolled higher performance variants to maintain excitement for its range-topping model. Now, as the supercar ages out of existence, we will see the ultimate send-off in the form of the Aventador SVJ.
Milan Red, created by MILAN Automotive out of Austria, is our warm introduction to the new generation of hypercars. Taking its name from the famous bird of prey (and not the Italian city), the Milan Red houses 1,325 horsepower and goes from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in exactly 2.47 seconds.
We're still not sure this isn't some elaborate and belated April Fools prank, but Aston Martin has supposedly stuffed a V-8 engine capable of 430 horsepower into the brand's old Cygnet city car, a laughable pipsqueak that looks more like a Smart car than a DB11.
As the world steps ever-closer to the end of the internal combustion engine, a handful of boutique supercar companies are looking to ensure its legacy. One such automaker is W Motors and its latest offering, the Fenyr SuperSport, is a white-knuckled hair-raiser that we adore.
Without the Lamborghini Miura, there would be no supercars. It was the first — a car penned in the 1960s that would capture generations to come and breed a new class of automobile. But the Miura SVR is all the more special because there is only one.
Apollo has teamed up with legendary motorsports outfit HWA AG, which brought us the Mercedes CLK GTR, for the final development of the Intensa Emozione (IE) — and, by Zeus, that should make you quiver with anticipation.
The ferocious new Aston Martin 2019 DB11 AMR is a wunderkind of old-school looks and new-school tech. It's a continent-eater and worth every penny. Read our full review after taking the grand tourer for a spin in Germany.