The Maserati GranTurismo made its debut in 2007, but unfortunately, the automaker has decided to end its production run. To commemorate the model, they built a onne-off GranTurismo Zéda with a unique exterior designed by Centro Stile Maserati. The front end sports traditional Maserati Blue paint, while the rear transitions into a light satin finish, thus highlighting that Zéda is the bridge that “connects the past, the present and the future of the brand.” Read more for additional pictures and information.
Priced from $331K, the Dartz Prombron Black Stallion isn’t a bespoke SUV, but rather a rebodied Hummer H2. The matte black body kit is made from Kevlar, carbon, and a special hexagonal carbon fiber while keeping the stock Hummer H2 V8 engine. Should that not be enough power, the Latvia-based company says they can also install a Dodge Hellcat, mated to a new transmission and modified suspension. Read more for additional pictures and information.
You could either buy a decent new car for $31,000, or this Lamborghini Murcielago 6.2L V12 pulled from a roadster that suffered a front end collision. The Murcielago Roadster employed a manually attached soft roof as a cover from adverse weather, but a warning on the windshield header advised the driver not to exceed 100 mph with the roof in place, since it was made of fabric. However, when not in use, it could be folded and fit into a leather bag supplied with the car in order to store it in the front compartment. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
BMW Motorsport reveals their latest track-only model, the M2 CS Racing. Priced from €95,000 ($105,160), this compact racer draws power from an S55 2.9-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine producing between 280 hp – 365 hp depending on the Balance of Performance classification for racing and 405 pound-feet of torque, mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission from the M2 CS road car. Read more for a video and additional information.
The Range Rover Hunter, designed by Oliver Cattell-Ford, is an off-road supercar that needs to exist. Unlike other supercars, this one boasts variable ride height, which means that it can traverse just about any kind of terrain, especially since its wheel arches move independently from the body, thus the wheel gaps can be kept proper regardless of the ride height. Read more for a video and additional information.
Here’s another look at the Karlmann King, the world’s most expensive SUV, based on the Ford F-550. Starting at $1-million, the vehicle’s carbon fiber and steel exterior takes design cues from the F-117A stealth bomber, while the interior sports a retractable TV, refrigerator, pop-out tables, and even a functional coffee machine. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
At $250, this Tesla Roadster 2.0 1:18 scale diecast model was meticulously overseen by the Tesla Design Team to replicate every detail, curve and surface from the same 3D CAD data used to manufacture its real-life counterpart. It features over 180 metal and plastic parts, complete with a detailed interior, and functional doors as well as trunk. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
You’ve seen the renders, now here’s an up-close look at the stunning $120K Aston Martin AMB 001 motorcycle, which was created in collaboration with legendary British motorcycle manufacturer Brough Superior. This work of art draws inspiration from the Aston Martin Valkyrie and is one of the most powerful street-legal bikes available, powered by a turbocharged, stressed-member v-twin engine generating 180 horsepower, all packaged in a lightweight carbon fiber frame that weighs in at just under 400 pounds. Read more for the video and additional information.
Led by Heru Adi Nugroho, Toyota created the Supra 3000GT concept that draws heavy inspiration from the iconic Japan-only 1994 TRD 3000GT Supra. Featuring a brushed silver finish, large rear spoiler, gold accents, black roof and triangular vents cut directly into its stock hood similar to its predecessor. Other features include large wheel-well flares, which add two inches to its width, and Tein Street Advance Z adjustable coilovers riding on TWS forged 19-inch wheels wrapped in Toyo Proxes R888R tires. Read more for a video and additional information.
Based on the 1962 Chevy C-10 pickup truck, the E-10 combines classic style with modern technologies, including an illuminated Chevy logo, front / rear LED lights as well as a lowered suspension sporting 20-inch and 22-inch wheels (front / rear) for a more aggressive stance. What really sets it apart is that GM replaced the original 4.6L V8 engine with Chevy’s electric Connect & Cruise concept crate propulsion package offering “approximately 450 horsepower” with “proven components from the Chevrolet Bolt EV.” Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.