We may be in a renaissance of design, but there was a point in time where car design was ever evolving. In the years before and after WWII, cars featured styling that we consider iconic today. Even so, some cars truly stand out in that time, and one that took pre-war styling to new extremes was the 1938 Phantom Corsair.
The Alfa Romeo 4C is the latest sportscar to come out swinging in the world of potent rear-wheel drive European sports cars. Like the Porsche Cayman, it’s light, nimble, and been garnering some positives reviews from journalists around the globe.
But is it actually better than the Porsche Cayman? Chris Harris takes both for a spin and gives us a verdict.
When Lexus unveiled the two-door RC coupe, it was clear that the Japanese automaker dared to be different. With a gaping mouth, a smooth body profile and a sharp rear-end, it’s arguably one of the prettiest coupes we’ve seen in a long time.
The McLaren 650S is the new middle child in the McLaren family– slotting in between the 12C supercar and P1 hypercar. In fact, they essentially melded the two together to form one all-new sporty supercar. But looks aside, the 650S is a performance car through and through — and oddly enough, McLaren is already showing off a convertible variant in Geneva.
Sure, Koenigsegg and Maserati may be soaking up the spotlight in Geneva — but there’s one big, beautiful car that people might be overlooking. It’s the called the NanoFlowcell Quant e-Sportlimousine, and (in addition to being a mouthful) it is a hybrid-electric, 900 horsepower hypercar.
If you don’t live under a rock, you’ve probably already seen or heard about the insanity that is the Koenigsegg Agera One:1. It’s essentially an Agera, done up with all the right aerodynamic bits and pieces, loaded with more power, and given a redonkulous price tag.
Prior to the Geneva Motor Show, there was a rumor floating around of a sexy new Maserati coupe making its debut. It wouldn’t be the first time we heard that, so we took it with our standard grain of salt. But lo and behold, those rumors came true, in the form of the jaw-droppingly gorgeous Maserati Alfieri Concept.
The Swedes are a fun bunch — especially those in the business of building hypercars. Koenigsegg was introduced to the automotive world nearly 20 years ago, and hasn’t looked back since. Their cars have become some of the world’s fastest, best-looking, and among the most desirable.
These are the first live shots of the Koenigsegg One:1 — and it’s about as insane as we all expected it to be. As you may have already heard, the One:1 sits on the frame of a standard Agera, but comes loaded with new aerodynamics and added horsepower.
…the all-new Jaguar F-Type, of course.
Playboy recently announced its annual car of the year awards, handing the keys over to the lovely Jaguar F-Type. You may remember, the men’s mag also gave away a new F-Type to its 2013 Playmate of the year Raquel Pomplun.
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