There were around 130 Bugatti EB110s sold when the company went bankrupt in 1995, but Dauer Sportwagen, a German racing and tuning company, bought the remaining stock of EB110 parts as well as the intellectual property rights required to manufacture a few more examples. The first four they produced were continuation cars, but then in 2001, they released the first Dauer EB110 Super Sport Light Weight. This model replaced the aluminum body pieces with lightweight carbon fiber, and just one of those five has an exposed carbon fiber exterior. Read more to see Jay Leno get an up-close look at the latter.
Hennessey Performance is known for their insanely powerful creations, and this Jeep Gladiator is definitely no slouch. At $200K, this off-road vehicle is powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V8 that produces 1,000 horsepower and 933 pound-feet of torque, rebuilt from the ground up with Hennessey’s HPE1000 upgrade. Read more for the test drive video and additional information.
You’ve probably seen the one-off $13-million Bugatti La Voiture Noire, which was inspired by Jean Bugatti’s legendary 1930s-era 57SC Atlantic, and due to the great feedback, the automaker decided to produce 20 special edition units, priced from $3.3 million each. Available in Noire Élégance and the Noire Sportive, the former has an exposed carbon-fiber body, while the latter sports a matte-black finish. Read more for another picture and additional information.
The 2021 Jaguar F-Type has been officially revealed, and here’s a first look. This luxurious vehicle has evolved into a purer, more sculpted and assertive expression of the definitive Jaguar sports car, complete with a new hood, flowing surfaces, subtly enlarged grille, unique front bumper designs, as well as super-slim LED headlights with ‘Calligraphy’ signature J daytime running lights. The top-of-the-line F-Type R model is powered by a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 generating 575-hp and 516-lb-ft of torque, enabling you to hit 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, while topping out at 186 mph. Read more for an up-close look, additional pictures and information.
Limited to just 77-units worldwide, the Porsche 935 Clubsport is a sight to behold whether in stock form or covered in gloss carbon fiber, like this example, which was just delivered to a lucky customer in the US. All of these track-only vehicles are based on the road-going 911 GT2 RS and powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six generating 690 HP, mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The Tesla Cybertruck mods are here, or for Grand Theft Auto V at least. One of the most impressive mods has been by Fred Walkthrough on YouTube, which features working lights and wouldn’t look out of place in Cyberpunk 2077. Unfortunately, the public build isn’t yet ready, but this early mod already has a cupholder, complete with coffee. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Photo credit: Eviil SRT
What do you get when a fifth-generation Ford Mustang Convertible is converted into a makeshift Dodger Charger? This monstrosity from Texas spotted by Eviil SRT on Instagram. Simply put, they swapped out the front / rear fascias and had custom body panels fitted (fenders, etc.). There’s no word yet on if the engine has been upgraded, but considering how clean this swap looks, we wouldn’t be surprised to see a nice power boost. Read more for a picture of the rear.
The one-off 2017 Pagani Zonda Aether just became the most expensive Pagani vehicle ever sold at $6.05-million USD at RM Sotheby’s and it was the first one offered on auction in almost seven years. It’s powered by an AMG-sourced 7.3L V12 engine generating 760 horsepower, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox sending power to the rear tires. Look inside, and you’ll see a green start button from the Zonda R and analog speedometer that goes all the way up to 248.5 mph. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Photo credit: Abimelec Design
Abimelec Design liked how the Tesla Cybertruck looked, but would rather it be powered by a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat engine. So, they came pu with this Hellcat-powered Cybertruck, complete with dual exhaust pipes and an exposed V8 engine block out back on the bed, which means the Cyberquad would probably have to be towed if someone decided to make this a reality in a couple of years. Read more for additional pictures.
Most of us who don’t live around Tesla headquarters probably won’t see a Cybertruck in the wild for at least a couple of years, but if you happen to go car spotting in the Hawthorne, Los Angeles area, it just might be a common sight. Instagram user “Chicago_roy” was in the right place and time to catch a Cybertruck rolling down the street, along with a Model X / Model Y. Read more for the clip and additional information.