It's not perfect, but it checks a whole lot of boxes.
But, then where does that leave the base 540-horsepower V10 model?
It looks cool and all, but what's with that cockpit setup?
The AMG Project One has one square-looking steering wheel.
If it ever reaches production, that is.
Driver skill is everything.
This F1 is one of just 64 road cars, and the first of just seven cars federalized for US street use.
Designed to honor Ford's 1967 Le Mans win, the '67 Heritage Edition uses the color scheme from the number one GT40 MKIV.
Guess all those new Lexus commercials featured the LFA for a reason.
There's a fin on top of the car that displays a light telling you if its okay to touch the car or not.
The Viper is going away, which means the factory that makes it has no reason to stay.
The company will also ban you from buying future special edition cars, says CEO Andy Palmer.
This is the most powerful road going 911 ever.
AMG's most hardcore GT variant yet finally makes a camouflaged appearance on the Nurburgring.
Of course it's fast.
At 255.5 mph, this GT-R, built by English Racing, is now the fastest car ever in the standing half-mile.
The Inter Proto Kuruama is a carbon-tubbed supercar-looking track monster.
Sure, the MC12 might share parts with a Ferrari Enzo, but we don't think that's a bad thing.
Specced in black with dual orange racing stripes, Jay Leno is one of the first customers to finally receive his car.
If it's in your dream garage, it probably showed up to this event.
Also, it's PDK-only. Sorry purists.
With a sound like that, how could you not fall in love?
With a Nordschleife time of 6:45, the all-electric EP9 is now the fastest street-legal car to ever lap the 'Ring.
The MSO HS is so fast, it can keep up with race cars.
Even for a race car it looks quick.
There's nothing better than the sound of a wailing V10 on an open race track.