An image of a 1995 McLaren F1 in studio.
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It Is Basically Impossible to Total a McLaren F1

Car wrecks are an unfortunately common thing here in the U.S., and we can’t seem to figure out how to stop them. As long as people are safe and the car is insured, life moves on. However, what about the well-heeled among us who total limited supercars that can’t be replaced, and the damages are …

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 …

The SSC Tuarata is the world's fastest production car.
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Could We Ever Drive 1,000 Miles Per Hour?

The battle for the fastest car seems to be never-ending. While the spot has been held strongly by Bugatti for a while now, many other supercar manufacturers have made their own attempts at breaking the record. No matter how fast we go, Donut Media made a good point: it would be impossible to drive 1,000 …

The new Dodge Viper SRT is on display during the first day of press previews at the New York International Automobile Show
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American Supercars Deserve Your Attention, Too

We debate whether cars like the Porsche Taycan or BMW i8 meet the definition of what we call supercars, but the fine line drawn in the sand doesn’t exclude American car models. A completely different class than the well-loved American muscle cars, supercars produced in the US, for some reason, aren’t as coveted as their …

A red, low-slung, curvy sports car sits against a black background. The De Tomaso P72
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De Tomaso Automobili Moving Operations to the USA

De Tomaso is a name that might ring a bell for baby boomers. It’s an automotive manufacturing company founded in Argentina that put together American V8 horsepower with Italian design and assembly. The most iconic of its vehicles that made it to the shores of the United States was the De Tomaso Pantera. But, in …

A group of supercars on parade, including a Bugatti, and Mercedes AMG 300SL built for the Sultan of Brunei
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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 …

A red Brabham BT62R races down a runway
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Street-Legal Track Supercars: BAC Mono vs. Brabham BT62R

Becoming a better driver doesn’t require high-dollar performance or track-only vehicles. Especially because purpose-built racers, like the Challenger Drag Pak and Aston Martin’s upcoming superbike, aren’t street-legal. But some supercar makers design their machines to at least pay lip service to on-road civility. One of the more extreme examples is the single-seat British-built BAC Mono. …

Bugatti La Voiture Noire poised for success in all black showroom
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You’ll Never Guess Who Owns a Bugatti La Voiture Noire

The newest creation coming out of the Bugatti manufacturing plant is a La Voiture Noire. The name is French for “the black car.” While it shares some Chiron features, it differs in the front fascia design and the headlights. Despite having the same engine, they have tuned the new Bugatti motor with more power output.  This one-of-a-kind vehicle has a …

A gray 2017 Spyker C8 Preliator
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Dutch Automaker Spyker Is Back With Help From Koenigsegg

Koenigsegg makes some of the fastest and interestingly-engineered supercars and hypercars on sale today. The Gemera, for example, has a 3-cylinder engine with 660 hp and no camshaft. Then there are the Swedish automaker’s signature doors, which feature (*deep breath*) dihedral synchrohelix actuators. And now, Koenigsegg is contributing one more thing to the world of …

The camo-wrapped R35 Nissan GT-R modified by Classic Youngtimers Consultancy parked in a quarry
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Youngtimers Modifies Supercars to Hit the Dirt

Typically, supercars like the Nissan GT-R don’t find themselves going off-road. True, some supercars, like the Audi R8 and Aston Martin V8 Vantage can be daily-drivable. But that’s on the pavement. However, as the Gambler 500 Miata, rallying Porsche 924, and numerous Safari 911s show, taking a sports car into the dirt is definitely possible. …

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You Can Buy Your Dream Exotic Car For Cheap

When it comes to buying exotic cars or supercars, they are typically more expensive than the average person can justify buying, but there is a way to get exotic cars for an affordable price, for just the cost of repairs and elbow grease. That’s right, you can buy your dream Lamborghini, you might just have …

Dark blue 2003 Ferrari 360 Modena coupe

A Ferrari 360 Is a Surprisingly Affordable Everyday Supercar

If you look carefully enough, the used market can be a source of some amazing high-end car bargains. For example, it’s possible to find a Porsche Cayman for less than the price of a new Honda Civic. And, of course, there’s the temptation of a used supercar, like the Audi R8. Even a brand like …