The inaugural model in the company's new Sports Series, the McLaren 570S makes quite the first impression. It pumps out 562 hp from a 3.8L twin turbo V8 engine, propelling it from 0-62 in just 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 204 mph. Other features include a seven-speed SSG transmission, carbon ceramic brakes, forged alloy wheels, a carbon fiber MonoCell II chassis, LED head and tail lamps, an all-new digital instrument cluster, a seven-inch touchscreen with integrated climate control, an optional bespoke Bowers & Wilkins audio system, and an aerodynamic aluminum body that looks great while providing outstanding downforce. In other words, it's as well-suited to the track as it is to the open road.
Made in Detroit, the Falcon F7 gives the best European supercars a run for their money. A super lightweight monocoque chassis built from aluminum, carbon fiber, and Kevlar combines with a Lingenfelter-built twin turbo V8 pumping out 1,100hp to give it a 0-60 time of just 2.7 seconds, a top speed over 200 mph, and lateral acceleration over 1g. Other features include a six-speed dual clutch transmission, Brembo carbon ceramic brakes, an in-dash iPad mini for music control, and a removable targa roof panel. And it doesn't look too shabby, either.
If you've ever dreamed of driving a legit Formula One car that is street legal, the BAC Mono is a dream come true. The first street legal, track day car from Briggs Automotive, this single seater is made using high-strength carbon fiber composite, making it incredibly light at only 1,190 pounds. That weight and the 2.3 liter four-cylinder engine help deliver a top speed of 170 mph and a zero to 60 of just 2.8 seconds. What it may lack in straightaway speed compared to some of the big boys it makes up for thanks to it's ultra light chassis and a flat-shifting, 6-speed transmission. It's fast, sleek, and sure to be the envy of, well everyone.