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Ford GT Competition Series

The Ford GT is already a track-worthy machine. The Ford GT Competition Series just takes it a step further. Built specifically for racing, it has a host of modifications meant to reduce its weight. Carbon fiber racing stripes, A-Pillars, and side mirrors join a Perspex acrylic engine hatch cover and Gorilla Glass in eliminating weight higher up in the vehicle, moving its center of gravity down towards the road. Removed are creature comforts like A/C, the stereo, and cupholders, in the name of maximizing performance, and weight-saving features like carbon fiber wheels, titanium lug nuts, and a special exhaust — usually optional — are standard equipment, making this the most racing-focused Ford available.

  • Lotus Evora Sport 410 James Bond Tribute

    The moment when 007 drives his submersible Esprit S1 onto the beach in The Spy Who Loved Me is one of the most memorable scenes in a series full of them. The Lotus Evora Sport 410 James Bond Tribute pays homage to this iconic car by outfitting this modern racer with classic details. Foremost, it's painted white with a black coach line, a one-piece tailgate meant to resemble a liftback, and a B-pillar badge that recalls the one found on the original Esprit. Inside, the retro touches continue with seats and door panels trimmed in a Heritage Tartan, and red contrast stitching for the black Alcantara found on the dashboard and console. It's one-of-a-kind and, like the original, not for sale.

  • Ferrari 812 Superfast

    Created not just as a successor to the F12 but to honor the 70th anniversary of the first Ferrari-badged car — also powered by a V12 — the Ferrari 812 Superfast looks to be worthy of its proud heritage. As the fastest, most powerful 12-cylinder berlinetta in the company's history, its 6.5L engine outputs 789 hp. Paired with a seven-speed dual clutch transmission and the company's first Electric Power Steering system, it goes from 0-62 in just 2.9 seconds and hits a top speed of over 211 mph. The Ferrari Styling Centre is responsible for the design, which has a two-box layout and high tail that recalls the 1969 365 GTB4 and is available in a special Rosso Settanta color that also marks the company's 70th anniversary.