Previously seen in concept form, the Kahn Design Land Rover Defender Flying Huntsman 6x6 is finally available for purchase. This beastly conversion adds an extra 31.5 inches to the rear, space used for the third axle and extra gear, and over 15 in the front to accommodate the 430hp, 6.2L GM-sourced V8 engine. The exterior is clad in dark gray "Volcanic Rock Satin", while the interior features custom red leather seating and upholstery with harris tweed trim and a number of features you won't find on any factory Defender.
It's not the most functional bike out there. But the Expemotion E-Raw Motorcycle is one of the best-looking. The design is dominated by the seat — made from laminated layers of wood, it provides the look and feel of furniture while replacing the gas tank with negative space — and the large, colorful motor covers, both of which are set on a simple steel tube chassis that leaves the more striking components in the spotlight. A central mount allows your phone to serve as the speedometer and battery gauge, yet another forward-thinking feature in what's sadly still just a concept.
The new C-Class Coupe is impressive. And the 2017 Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe shares very little with it. That's okay, though, because it improves on its lesser stablemate in a number of areas. Its exterior is longer and more expressive, with only the doors, roof, and trunk lid shared between the two, and the interior is upgraded with performance seats and sport-specific controls. But none of that will matter when you mash the accelerator and access the 503 hp coming from its AMG 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine — the same one used in the AMG GT S sports car — on your way to a sub-4-second 0-60 time and a top speed of up to 180 mph. Available in standard and S variants.
It doesn't look quite like any BMW you've seen. And with good reason. The 1981 BMW M1 Coupe benefitted from a healthy infusion of Italian design, as the coach assembly was done at Ital Design and the suspension developed at Lamborghini. The 280hp, 3.5-liter six engine, however, is all German, and with fewer than 7,600 miles on the odometer, this is one of the most impressive examples of the 431 M1s ever built.
We don't expect that you'll actually take it into combat. But the Confederate G2 P51 Combat Fighter Motorcycle does resemble something from a futuristic army. The entire bike is built from 6061 aerospace billet aluminum, including the structural fuel tank, industry-first structural intake box that ties straight into the CNC'd structural intake manifold, and the unitized engine block and heads that help it pump out 200 hp. It's limited to just 61 units: 31 "blonde" models in raw machined billet, and 30 in anodized black.
A chopped up coupe, this is not. The Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 Superveloce Roadster actually improves upon its hard-topped counterpart with a power upgrade of 50hp to 750hp, a magneto-rheological pushrod suspension, Lamborghini Dynamic Steering, and lighter materials for a number of parts. It also keeps popular features like an electronically-controlled 4WD system, an ISR 7-speed robotized gear-box, a carbon fiber monocoque, and a power rear window to let the sounds of the engine into the cabin for an even more exciting driving experience.
You won't see too many rally cars on the road today, and are even less likely to see one like this 1975 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale. Designed by Italian auto company Gruppo Bertone, the Stratos comes equipped with a Dino V-6 engine with triple Weber carburetors and 192 horsepower. Offered with its original drivetrain, this 75' Stratos — one of just 492 ever made — is available at auction after 20 years of continuous ownership. A guaranteed head-turner in bright blue, it's a rare opportunity to own a legendary rally car.
Ask an average Joe to name a Porsche, and they'll likely mention the 911. But in many ways, Porsche actually owes its success in America to the Speedster. This 1956 Porsche 356 A 1600 Speedster is a fine example of the automotive icon, clad in its original colors, boasting rare coupe seats, and accompanied by a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. It's powered by a 1,582cc four-cylinder engine putting out 60 hp, has a four-speed manual transmission, and underwent a restoration just ten years ago that returned the car to its original specifications, letting you enjoy the same experience as the original owner did nearly 60 years ago.
The Equus was a curiosity when it was announced. The Hyundai Vision G Coupe Concept shows that the car maker's luxury ambitions stretch far beyond a single sedan. On the outside, it's notable for the long hood, sweeping lines, prominent grille, and muscular stance, while underneath all the metal sits an award-winning 5.0-liter Tau V8 engine good for 420 hp and a simple, elegant interior.
Only produced from 1955 till 1963, the Mercedes-Benz 190SL is an iconic roadster with nothing short of a cult following. This 1960 Mercedes-Benz 190SL was originally owned by one of the founders, and president, of a 190 SL group and was completely restored in 1987. After the restoration, it hit the show circuit, piling up plenty of "Best In Show" awards during its run. In the mid 2000's the car got a new interior, soft top, and paint job, putting it right back in the upper echelon of 190SL's that are still around. A trophy for any collector, the time and money invested in this timeless automobile provide a rare opportunity to own a remarkable vehicle.
When the door was lifted on the SoCal garage that held this 1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Fastback for the last three decades, it was highly unlikely the person who found it knew its story. It was originally ordered by James Bond creator Ian Fleming for his friends Ivar and Josephine Bryce, the former of whom served as the basis for Felix Leiter. But beyond its notable owners, it's also extremely rare, as it is one of only 11 R-Types built with the left-hand-drive-only column change, and since it's unrestored, it's almost entirely original. It'll be auctioned off at Pebble Beach, which is fitting, since it was last shown publicly at the Concours d'Elegance in 1971.
A Ferrari isn't just another car. So when they set out to make a drop-top, they do more than just grab a saw and some fabric. The Ferrari 488 Spider is both the most aerodynamic convertible in the company's history and the most powerful convertible of its kind, thanks to a 3902 cc turbo-charged V8 taken from the 488 GTB that produces a burly 660hp. Combining that level of power with a lightweight spaceframe chassis made of 11 different aluminium alloys lets the car move from 0-62 mph in just 3 seconds, on its way to a maximum speed of over 200, and should you want to enjoy those speeds while keeping your hair in check, the top takes just 14 seconds to raise or lower.
Honestly, we could have skipped the year in the title for this 1969 Lamborghini Islero S, since that's the only year they were produced. One of only 100 ever made, the car is powered by a 4.0L V12 engine pumping out 345 hp, good for a top speed of 161 mph and a 0-60 time of 6.2 seconds, numbers fast enough for company founder Ferruccio Lamborghini, who drove one himself. This particular example has matching numbers, has undergone both a cosmetic and mechanical rebuild, the latter of which came in 2010, and arrives with the original sales brochure, owners manual, and refurbishment records.
One of just three bikes built for the film, this Jurassic World Triumph Scrambler Motorcycle is a functional piece of movie memorabilia. Powered by a twin-cylinder 865cc engine, it features a custom single seat, rack, Arrow Racing exhaust, footpegs, handlebars, and Matte Green paint job. As expected, it will come complete with certificate of authenticity, and proceeds from the auction will go to benefit The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride, a global series of motorcycle events that raises money for prostate cancer research. And don't worry about the other two identical bikes: since one is in Chris Pratt's garage and the other at Triumph's UK headquarters, you're not going to see either on the road any time soon.
The Gullwing is one of the most iconic car designs of all time. But only 2% of them are aluminum-bodied. Which makes this 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Alloy Gullwing one of only 29 like it ever to be produced. Along with the sought-after body, this example — painstakingly restored by 300 SL specialists Kienle Automobiltechnik — also features desirable upgrades like a Sonderteile engine outputting 215hp, a sports suspension, Rudge knock-off wheels, and a two-piece luggage set.
Originally built for a prince and one of only 36 to ever see the road, this 1965 Ferrari 500 Superfast is highly exclusive, even by Ferrari standards. It's powered by a 5.0L V12 engine that produces 400 hp and is good for a top speed of 170 mph. Clad in Pininfarina bodywork, it was originally finished in a silvery gray, but was painted a classy dark blue during a two-year restoration that also saw the upholstery covered in red leather. Having spent 17 years in the renowned Mas du Clos collection, it has been well cared-for, and is likely the finest Superfast in existence, making it one of the most covetable Ferraris around.
Stunningly simple, the design of the Auto Fabrica Type 6 Motorcycle in many ways hides the work it took to realize it. The custom build is based on a Yamaha XS650, which has seen the engine rebuilt, converted to a single carb, and fitted to handmade stainless steel exhaust pipes that extend all the way to the filter. To keep a clean top line, the headstock was lowered to match the one-piece aluminum tank and seat base, and the cleanliness continues in the front wheel with a Laverda SF750 hub paired with 19-inch spoke rims.
Books and films have long predicted that our futures would include flying automobiles, and now that future is ready to unveil. A four-seat hybrid with wings, the Terrafugia TF-X Flying Car looks like our futuristic dreams come true, giving you the ability to drive on roads and highways and fly through the air seamlessly. Just tell it where you want it to fly, and using twin electric motor pods and a megawatt of power, you're off and auto-piloted to your destination. And with a 200mph flying cruise speed and a range of 500 miles, transportation is about to get way easier, and incredibly fun.
The Shelby Daytona was built to compete with the Ferrari 250 GTO. And compete it did, dominating the GT circuit with wins at Daytona, Le Mans, Sebring, and the Nürburgring, among others, to take the FIA World Sportscar Championship in 1965. The 50th Anniversary Shelby Daytona Cobra celebrates this rich history by recreating this iconic race car. Buyers will be able to select from aluminum or fiberglass bodies, and will also be able to select an engine that matches their driving preferences. Limited to just 50 examples.