Here, the only way to legally reach speeds above 100 mph involves talking your way onto a track. In Europe, triple-digit speeds are just a public Autobahn ride away — like this Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0 topping 199 mph.
Buying the Lexus LFA means eschewing speed records, famous lap times, and revered genealogy. All at cost somewhere near $500K. It means either having great taste or awful taste. Buying a brown one puts you firmly in the former category.
The Covini six-wheel supercar follows the model of other Italian supercars (big V8, sleek body, custom style) with one key difference captivating car and gadget geeks alike: it's got six wheels. And I'm the first person to drive it.
Apparently, this video of a video shows a Lexus LFA kind of easing its way around the Nürburgring in 7:22 ahead of the ADAC 24-hour race this past weekend. That's just over a tenth of a second slower than a Corvette Z06. Not bad for a warmup lap.
The last of the 300 regular Bugatti Veyron 16.4's fresh from its factory in the French countryside has been spoken for and will be delivered next year. And you thought you would be rich enough by now.
The Hennessey Venom GT's returning home to its summer home in England, this time with the fourth production version in bright yellow set for its track debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Behold, the "B-Killer." Update!
These four supercars in close quarters are a little bit car porn and a little bit picture challenge. Can you identify all four without finding the original picture?
This is not a cutaway illustration. It’s the Marzal, the most important Lamborghini that never was. The love child of 50 square feet of glass and half a Miura engine, it was the epitome of Lamborghini’s pre-supercar design philosophy. Last month, the only one made was sold for $2.1 million.
The streets of New Delhi, India, have more than their share of traffic from vehicles of all kinds. New to the list: more than 40 Porsches, Aston Martins and other luxury cars abandoned by owners worried about tax evasion charges.
If one likes supercars, a first visit to Modena is loaded with subtle anticipation. There is surely a Ferrari parked on every medieval corner! The truth is stranger, more subtle, and rather more obscure. It is a Bugatti that looks nothing like a Bugatti.
As a test of supercar superiority, the Japanese show Best Motoring put five supercars — the Lexus LFA, Nissan GT-R, Porsche 911 GT2RS, Chevy Corvette ZR1 and Ferrari F430 RSD — in a three-lap race around Fuji Speedway. The winner is...
Earlier this month, Shanghai opened its Formula 1 circuit for its SIC Club Challenge, something that translates through Google as "super running carnival." With more than 500 supercars looping the track, the name sounds entirely apt.
Among the many events related to the Lamborghini Aventador launch was also a display inside the "Chiostro del Bramante," a contemporary art museum located in the historical center of Rome. To get it inside, however, required assembling the raging bull piece-by-glorious-piece.
Until now, we hadn't heard Mr. Pagani's new Huayra
catfish supercar take to a track in anger, but this Italian videographer not only captured it at full wail, he focused on the car's most appealing angle.
Watching ordinary cars make dyno runs isn't always the most entertaining thing on the planet, but as this video quickly reminds us the Koenigsegg CCX is anything but an ordinary car. The run may be short, but hearing this CCX's engine revving and seeing it's exhaust flaming is undeniably sweet.
This video of the Zagato TZ3 Stradale — the Viper-based Alfa Romeo tribute that will have a production run of nine vehicles — just goes to prove that wolf whistling at your computer sends the wrong message at the coffee shop.