We all love supercar and although they may beyond many of us there is no harm in dreaming. Check out the latest supercar news ahead of seeing the cars in the flesh at The British Motor Show. We’ll also be showing you some of the most amazing modified cars on the planet.
The new millennium saw one final push for supercar perfection with the internal combustion engine, before the shift of focus to new tech and emissions-friendly speed. These are the highlights that made the beginning of the 21st century sweet for
We often look to the Italians as the masters of supercars, with firms such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Pagani dominating the segment but we’re forgetting about some of the legends that have come from British soil. Manufacturers such as Aston
Bugatti has shared some of the bespoke designs its customers have created for the forthcoming Divo hypercar. The luxury car maker says two-thirds of buyers have specified unique creations of the circa £4.4 million car. (Bugatti) Buyers can visit Bugatti’s
Legendary Porsche tuner RUF has revealed its off-road-ready sports car concept called Rodeo. While it might look like a classic 911, RUF is technically a manufacturer in its own right, selling heavily modified Porsches as distinct models. The company hasn’t
Lamborghini has revealed the rear-wheel drive version of its Huracan Evo Spyder supercar. The model expands the Huracan range to four, meaning there’s now a coupe and convertible version with all-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive. The Huracan Evo RWD Spyder
Toyota looks set to showcase what its performance arm can do with the recently-introduced Supra — with the new TRD 3000GT Concept. TRD (Toyota Racing Development) appears to have given the in-demand sports car a visual overhaul in this new