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2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR

We thought the F-Type R was plenty fast enough. Apparently the Jaguar's Special Vehicle Operations unit thought differently. The 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR is the result of their dragging the sports car past the 200 mph mark and into supercar territory. Details are scant at this point, but it's apparent that the SVR has a new front end and hood with larger air intakes, larger brakes, a new rear spoiler, and will be available in both coupe and convertible variants. Oh, and get your checkbooks ready, because the last F-Type Special Vehicle Operations worked on sold out at a blistering pace.

  • Lamborghini Grand Tourer

    Receiving multiple best in class awards, this early production Lamborghini Grand Tourer 350 GT is an amazing piece of automotive history. Only 120 were made — thirteen during the introductory year — and each were mostly hand-built. This rarity is one of the few survivors, and one of even fewer that have been restored thoroughly from the inside out. It rides on Borrani knockoff wire wheels, with a 3.5-liter Bizzarrini-designed V-12 engine, and all-alloy coachwork using the Touring patented Superleggera build process. This meticulously restored beauty goes up for auction in January and is sure to go for a premium to a collector with a keen eye.

  • Zenos E10 R

    Built for the track, the Zenos E10 R melds lightweight components with serious power to deliver a great Britain-born racing experience. It's powered by a turbocharged 2.3L Ford EcoBoost engine, tuned in-house, paired with a six-speed transmission, and good for over 350 hp. Helping to keep it on the track are an adjustable suspension, new lightweight wheels, and uprated brakes. And thanks to a hybrid chassis that uses a blend of carbon composites and steel, wrapped by easily-replaceable GRP body panels, it weighs just over 1,500 lbs, letting it move from 0-60 in just 3 seconds and hit a top speed of 155 mph.