This one-off supercar's ultra streamlined design doesn't have to conform to any safety or crash standards, which is why it's so pretty.
Designer Ken Okuyama's Kode 57 is based on the Ferrari 599 and styled as a tribute to the original 1957 Testa Rossa.
With no hybrid setup, no turbochargers, no fancy dual-clutch, and wind-up windows, the Enzo is about as dated as it gets.
Not his McLaren P1 or F1, nor anything under a thousand cubic inches. Meet his 1915 Hispano Suiza V8.
Also, unrelated, but did you know Jay Leno got his yellow Lamborghini Miura for free?
LA Workshop 5001 proves Singer isn't the only shop that can hyper-restore an air-cooled 911.
A V8 Mercedes with doors that "shut with authority," complete with stacked headlights for that "substantial" look.
Jay Leno checks out a GT350R that shed its steel body for one made all of carbon fiber.
The Ford GT needs protection from the elements.
The Divergent 3D Blade demonstrates how 3D printing will make future supercars even cooler.
Specced in black with dual orange racing stripes, Jay Leno is one of the first customers to finally receive his car.
Jay Leno gets his hands on a 2002 that could have come straight from BMW's M division. Unsurprisingly, it's great.
A three-inch chopped top and a killer paint job set this 1966 Buick Riviera apart from the crowd.
Yes, it looks like the same basic restomod you see at every cruise night. Until you pop the hood.