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Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo

Racing legend Emerson Fittipaldi has for years dreamed of sharing the feeling of driving a championship race car. With the Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo, he finally gets his wish. Meant for drivers of all skill levels, it has a lightweight, shark-inspired carbon fiber body designed by Pininfarina. Its chassis is also made from carbon fiber, while Germany's HWA developed the powerful naturally aspirated V8, integrated gearbox, suspension, and braking system. The result is a visually arresting, visceral supercar worthy of the Fittipaldi name.

  • Alpine A110

    After an absence of over two decades, Renault's racing brand is making a comeback with the Alpine A110. It gets its name — and its basic silhouette — from the legendary lightweight rally racer of the '60s and '70s. Details are still forthcoming on the new model, but we do know that it houses a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and moves from 0-60 in 4.5 seconds, placing it in line for competition with the Alfa Romeo 4C and the Porsche 718.

  • Robocar Driverless Race Car

    Designed by automotive futurist Daniel Simon and outfitted with a bevy of cameras, sensors, Lidar, and Radar systems, the Robocar Driverless Race Car promises autonomous driving at high-speeds. The car will run in the Roborace, a series of global driverless racing events. A 540kW battery and four 300kW motors provide power, carbon fiber makes up most of the chassis and body, and it's "driven" by a Nvidia Drive PX2 brain capable of 24 trillion operations per second. Combined with advanced algorithms, it should be capable of navigating circuits at speeds of over 198 mph, making for compelling racing without the need for a driver.