A view of the driver's front quarter of the Hennessey Venom F5 hypercar

Hennessey Venom F5 to Take on the Nurburgring

Two weeks ago, the Hennessey Venom F5 was officially unveiled to the buying public. The machine boasts impressive numbers as well as impressive design appeal. It is a hypercar like no other. Word at that time was that the machine’s additional performance testing would begin early in the new year. Now, we have word that …

A white Shelby Cobra 289 'Street Cobra'
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This American Sports Car Earned the ‘Greatest Ever’ Title, Not the Legendary McLaren F1

Even though Gordan Murray already designed its spiritual successor, the McLaren F1 still looms large in the automotive consciousness. From its Toyota-Sera-inspired doors to its gold-lined engine bay, it’s a supercar that still feels, well, super. But according to Road & Track, it’s not the best sports car. Instead, that title belongs to the Shelby …

SSC Tuatara Hypercar
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Second SSC Top Speed Run Attempted But Thwarted

Top speed runs have been a thing of meticulous planning and great pride once achieved. In recent years Bugatti, Hennessey, and Koenegsig have held the record for the fastest production car. But, records are made to be broken. So, Engineers do what they do, get to work at finding ways to improve speed and stability. …

The white 2020 Lamborghini SC20
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The Roofless Lamborghini SC20 Is Road-Legal…ish

While convertibles aren’t inherently less safe than conventional cars, cutting the roof off a hypercar usually comes with some drawbacks. Recently, though, some manufacturers have released limited-production cars that aren’t just convertibles but lack a roof entirely. There’s the Aston Martin V12 Speedster, for example, as well as the Ferrari Mona and McLaren Elva. And …

Doug Demuro with a blue 2020 Bugatti Divo
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Take a Tour of an $8 Million Bugatti Divo Hypercar

When just an oil change on a Bugatti costs $20k, the term ‘unobtainable’ springs easily to mind. Especially for the Chiron, which is technically the most expensive production car in the world. I say ‘technically’ because there’s an even pricier car based on the Chiron: the Bugatti Divo. And Doug Demuro recently took a look …

An image of a Koenigsegg Regera speeding down a runway.
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This Is the Best Way to Crash a Million-Dollar Hypercar

Hypercar manufacturers often produce cars in minimal numbers. As a result, they can’t send dozens of cars to be crash-tested. To get around this issue, Koenigsegg came up with an ingenious way to complete all of its certifications with essentially one car. More specifically, we’re looking at the crash testing for the Koenigsegg Regera, a …

A photo of the McLaren Speedtail on track.
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McLaren Speedtail Owner Crashes Brand-New Hypercar on Track

Deliveries of the McLaren Speedtail have begun to ramp up globally. One owner recently attended a McLaren event at Japan’s Fuji Speedway to take their new hypercar on track. Sadly, this is where things took a turn straight into a metal barrier. The limited-edition McLaren smashed head-first, leaking fluids across the asphalt. According to Motor1, …

A photo of the Bugatti Bolide at a racetrack.
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Bugatti Bolide Debuts With 1,825 HP and a 310+ MPH Top Speed

New hypercar unveils are about as rare as a hot day in Florida. Today we’ve got a brand-new track-only hypercar prototype from the folks over at Bugatti. It’s called the Bolide and packs a 1,825-hp version of the brands W16 engine. It is also Bugatti’s second creation to surpass the 300 mph barrier. According to …

The SSC Tuarata is the world's fastest production car.
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Watch the World’s Fastest Production Car Hit 331 MPH

It seems like a new hypercar breaks cover every other week, from limited-edition McLaren Sennas to roofless Ferraris. This release, however, is an exceptional one. Built by a relatively small American company, the SSC Tuatara hypercar combines a 1,750-hp engine with boatloads of carbon fiber and clever aerodynamics. More importantly, however, this new hypercar just …

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Bugatti Hypercar Takes on The SSC Tuatara

Hypercars are like something from out of this world. They are the epitome of design and engineering, and so much more. Hypercars are some of the rarest, fastest, and most expensive vehicles in the world. Every day, manufacturers and private shops are working to build better and faster hypercars and watching them race is unlike …

The silhouette of the rear of a car getting airborne cresting a small hill.
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The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Tries Going Airborne

A year ago, a team from Bugatti took a special supercar to a track. The intent of the occasion was to open up the supercar’s throttle and break the 300 mile-per-hour production car barrier. It was a dangerous undertaking that was achieved handily. But, Bugatti makes other extraordinary models as well. Now, we have word …

Mercedes-AMG Project ONE testing on the track
Hybrids & Electrics

$2.7 Million 1000+ HP Plug-In Hybrid Hypercar Already Sold Out

A hypercar stands as the ultimate top-of-the-line for technology and performance, outdoing nearly all other vehicles and pushing the boundaries. Mercedes-AMG has been working on a hypercar for several years, and this one will be a plug-in hybrid. It’s already sold out, even though it’s just now making appearances for testing. Here’s what we know so far about the Mercedes-AMG …

The rear of the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport has a large wing with Bugatti written across it
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Bugatti Delays More Affordable Model

Bugatti President Stephan Winkelmann announced in November 2019 that the next vehicle it builds would be available between $550,000 and $1.1 million. That is not exactly inexpensive. But, for Bugatti, it is a far cry for their $18 million for La Voiture Noire. Today, however, the news is coming out that the anticipated entry-level Bugatti is delayed. …

The lower level of a church has become a garage.
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New Meaning to Idol Worship, Car Club Opens Church

Car enthusiasts enjoy more than their cars. They enjoy the connection with other auto enthusiasts. Car shows typically only happen during the weekend, though. So, what is an enthusiast to do in the meantime? Joining a car club is often the answer. There are plenty of clubs for classic cars, muscle cars, off-road rigs, etc. …