McLaren has confirmed its flagship London dealership will be based at One Hyde Park in Knightsbridge.
Strategically located between Harvey Nichols and Harrods, the landmark development is due to be completed at the end of the year.
Jardine Motors Group, McLaren Automotive’s London dealer, has secured the largest ground floor retail unit for a high-profile showroom.
Hassanal Bolkiah, Sultan of Brunei is the proud collector of what is undeniably the worldâ€™s most unique and gargantuan car collection.
The Sultan of Brunei’s collection of over 7,000 cars includes some of the fastest, most expensive and rarest motors on the planet.
According to the Daily Mirror, he owns 604 Rolls Royces, 574 Mercedes-Benzes, 452 Ferraris, 382 Bentleys, 209 BMWs, 179 Jaguars, 134 Koenigseggs, 21 Lamborghinis, 11 Aston Martins, and 1 SSC.
Mercedes-Benz Hong Kong have launched their flagship sports car SLS AMG in the city, making Hong Kong one of the first Asian markets to get the Gullwing super sports car within the first few weeks of its production.
The car is the first Mercedes automobile designed in-house by AMG and is described by Mercedes as a spiritual successor to the 300SL Gullwing.
In celebration of the launch of their new car, Mercedes-Benz Hong Kong held a ceremony on July 16th at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Porsche has announced that it plans to take on Tesla by developing its own high performance electric sports cars.
The German premium brand revealed July 26 that it has already electrified three of its Boxster sports cars and is currently testing them in Stuttgart.
The research cars are being used to test batteries and the new electric drive components developed by Porsche, as well as the infrastructure needed to make EV sports cars a reality.
“We will definitely be offering electric sports cars in the future,” said Michael Macht, the President and CEO of Porsche AG.
Bugatti revealed today its brand new Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, its latest addition to the Veyron lineup.
The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport 16.4 comes equipped with 1200 horsepower (882kW) under the hood, with torque increasing to 1,106 pound-feet.
It also comes with a revised aerodynamic kit that allows it to maintain a perfect balance in every situation.
Joining the launch of the very popular Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, Mercedes-Benz have unveiled the SLS AMG GT3.
Designed to comply with FIAâ€™s GT3 specifications, the SLS AMG GT3 is designed as a race car for â€œcustomers competing in sprints and long-distance racesâ€.
Besides carrying a heftier price-tag, the SLS AMG Black Series will get a reworked 6.2L V8 engine that will boost output from 563-hp to 600-hp.
Where else but Dubai would Mercedes-Benz’s AMG show a special edition of the SLS AMG sports car with a bespoke livery called AMG Desert Gold?
Every chrome accent on the regular SLS has been dipped in a glossy black finish to accentuate the matte gold paintjob.
Black wheels continue the unique color scheme. Inside, designers bathed the cabin in black leather, Alcantara, and carbon fiber trimmings.
The first example of Audi’s track-only R8 LMS with chassis number ‘101’ has been delivered to first lucky owner in Italy.
Overall, twelve units of the 500hp+GT3 sports car will be delivered during the forthcoming weeks to six customer teams that plan to race in five European GT3 championships as well as in the 24-hour race at the Nurburgring for which Audi Sport has developed an endurance version of the R8 LMS.
Texas based Ronn Motor Company (RMC) has unveiled the Scorpion sportscar that runs on a 30-40 percent blend of hydrogen and gasoline, promising reduced emissions and 40 mpg plus efficiency.
Rather than using fuel cells to power an electric motor, the Scorpion would have an internal combustion engine burning both gasoline and hydrogen, achieving 40 highway miles per gallon.
Unlike with a hydrogen fuel cell car, the Scorpion’s “hydrogen on demand” system wouldn’t require a high-pressure hydrogen storage tank. Nor would a driver need to find and fill up at a hydrogen fueling station.