You're familiar with the iconic Porsche 911 line, but this 911 is nothing like the Porsche that comes to mind. Instead, this 1997 Porsche 911 GT1 Evolution is a racer, winning three consecutive Canadian GT championships between 1999 and 2001. It's one of only 14 GT1 race cars in private ownership and is the only ex-racing GT1 Evo to be legalized for street use. Available for sale publicly for the first time ever, this racing rarity can be yours from Sotheby's in May.
Freed from the financial troubles (and rather unfortunate name) of its previous incarnation as a Gumpert, the Apollo Arrow is ready to take its place among the world's most stunning cars. Powered by an Audi-sourced 4.0L twin-turbo V8, it outputs 1,000 hp, enough to send the sub 3,000-pound car from 0 to 62 in just 2.9 seconds, topping out at 224 mph. The powerful drivetrain is nearly an afterthought to the F-22 Raptor-inspired exterior, an elongated series of sharp lines and curves that terminates in a point on the front end and in a massive spoiler on the other. Expected to debut in some lucky owners' driveways in 2017.
Pairing the company's historic design ethos with zero emission technology, the Morgan EV3 is the British automaker's first electric production car. It's powered by a liquid-cooled motor driving the rear wheel only, and while handling and agility are paramount, it's still enough power to go from 0-62 in under 9 seconds and hit a top speed of over 90 mph. It's also Morgan's first vehicle with composite carbon panels, fitted over the traditional ash wood frame and finished with a dramatic tail lift not seen since the company's three-wheelers of the 1930s.