Bugatti Chirons, one-off Aston Martins, and the new Apollo IE all cost at least a hundred LSD-equipped Mazda Miatas-worth of money. 100. Cien. Einhundert.
Riding in the first electric supercar from the most ambitious automaker in Europe.
European car design doesn't revolve around US federal bumper requirements, so Bugatti customers get these ugly lumps on their Chirons.
While the Veyron was all about straight line acceleration, the Chiron is the complete package.
1500 horsepower made usable around town by Bugatti, which is hoping that people are going to put some miles in their $2.6m hypercars.
Order a Regera or an Agera RS today, and you'll get it by 2021!
Rolling burnouts? Yeah, this 1500-hp hybrid hypercar can do them—deep into triple-digit speeds.
Jim Glickenhaus is aiming for a 6:30 lap time from the SCG 003 Stradale road car—on street tires.
Designed by Singapore's Vanda Electrics, the concept is a partnership with Williams Advanced Engineering.
The show car Regera was blue, the first working prototype is red, and now, here's a naked carbon Prince tribute.
Torque vectoring and unmatched acceleration are the keys to going really, really fast.
Germany's finest takes on an Italian thoroughbred. Sort of.
It was only a matter of time.
Horacio Pagani will only build 100 of these lighter, more powerful drop-top Huayras.