Welcome to Supercar Sunday, where we serve up the week's best online performances from Ferrari, McLaren, Lamborghini, Pagani, Maserati, Koenigsegg, Bugatti and others. All photos, videos, oddities, lowbrow antics and general hoonage are game here, so long as it's fast and exclusive, so it back and ogle the Internet's finest exotic machinery.
World's best sounding Lamborghini Murcielago
This is one of ten 'China Limited Edition' LP670-4 SuperVeloces, meaning its got some decals, special paint, and other bits of non-performance nonsense. What's really important, however, is this Murcielago has an aftermarket Armytrix exhaust. Though the video went up late last year, it got viral this week. The ignition sparks 30 seconds in, and we're not sure 662 hp has ever sounded this good.
Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black burnout sets off fire alarm
The C63 AMG may not be an outright 'exotic' but rarity the über-exclusive Black Series cars puts it in that heady company. Moreover, we just wanted to show video of a straight-pipe, 510-hp Mercedes tripping a fire alarm by slaughtering some R-comps.
New Supercar startups
The Felino cB7 debuted at the Montréal Motor Show and s picking up some viral traction. Why roll out at a relatively low-key convention in the snowy north? Because this carbon-bodied, 525-hp prototype is the brainchild of Canadian racer Antoine Bessette, most notable for his third-place finish in Formula Renault North America back in 2004. More details are forthcoming once the cB7 completes its testing phase this summer.
Boutique British automaker Arash Cars also teased its new model before its global debut later this month. Specs and details are still TBA, but the firm's 'AF-10' model from 2010 utilized a 550-hp C6 Z06 engine, with 800-1200 hp options available upon order. If Arash opts for GM power in its new car, we'll be interested to see which V8 gets the call, provided the range of fresh Bowtie powerplants now on the market. Could this be the first out-of-house-use of the new C7 Stingray's LT1?
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McLaren P1 on wooden blocks
This video of a new 903-horsepower McLaren P1 popped up right after our first drive report was published. One report is damage was incurred while the owner was trying to park it, but we're more concerned with the car's storage. After all, wooden blocks seem a bit crass for a 217-mph exotic. Also, it appears a four-foot fence and a draped cover are the only things separating a $1.15M supercar from anybody who'd like to, uh, borrow some parts from it.
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Owner of Lamborghini Veneno No. 2 wants to modify the car
Pretend you're South Florida resident Kris Singh. You've just taken delivery of a Lamborghini Veneno—one of three made. What's your first order of business? Modify it, of course. See, the production Veneno has Aventador seats and mirrors, which, according to , Singh wants to ditch for the concept pieces. No word on how he'll go about getting one-off, pre-production parts for a $4.1M supercar, but in the end, there's a price for everything.
Finally, be sure to check out our world-exclusive test drive of the 694-hp, ZR1-powered Supercar System V8 Roadster prototype right here.