Italian raging bull Lamborghini reports sales of 3,425 cars in 2015. This is a first in the luxury performance firm’s 53-year history.
The Henrik Fisker-designed VLF Automotive Force 1 supercar had its debut at the Detroit auto show and is ready to go into production.
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Automaker Porsche stunned the world with the Mission E concept car at the Frankfurt motor show earlier this year and is now sending it into production.
The Mercedes SL gets a new nose and rear end that bring it aesthetically into line with the current flagship Mercedes-AMG GT sportscar but without crossing the line from strong to aggressive.
Ferrari reveals the ‘F12 TdF’ which pays homage to the tour de france, the endurance road race that they dominated in the 1950s and 60s.
McLaren Automotive announced the official pricing of their entry-level models, known as the McLaren Sports Series, including the 540C and the 570S.
Set to make its global debut at the Monaco yacht show, the BAC Marine Edition Mono is aimed squarely at the super rich petrol head.
In two years, British sportscar manufacturer Aston Martin will launch an all-electric car that’s equipped with an 800-horsepower engine.
Divergent Microfactories has unveiled Blade, a surprising 700hp supercar whose chassis was entirely printed in 3D before being assembled by hand.
The newest Lamborghini model, the Aventador SV, has been completely sold out in all of its 600 units.
Kahn Design has revealed the first official design sketches of their new coach-built model, the Kahn Vengeance WB12.
McLaren has revealed its most affordable model yet at the Shanghai motor show in the form of the entry-level 540C.
Lotus reveals the thoroughly updated Evora 400 at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
Bugatti has announced that the very last Veyron will premiere at the Geneva Motor Show, which takes place March 5 to 15.
The wraps are finally off the serially-teased McLaren 675LT, the sportiest model in what the company now calls its “Super Series” line.
After a few teases, Aston Martin revealed the 7.0-liter, V12 Vulcan before its live debut at the Geneva auto show.
The 450th and final Bugatti Veyron, dubbed La Finale, has been sold, and will be on display at the upcoming 2015 Geneva motor show.
This is the new Ferrari 488 GTB – a 661bhp twin-turbocharged replacement for the Ferrari 458 Italia.