A modern American-made supercar? It's about damn time. The 2010 Devon GTX ($500,000) takes aim at the Lambos and Ferraris of the world with striking looks, an 8.4-L V10 putting out 650hp, a six-speed manual transmission, a steel structure and carbon fiber body, 18-inch front and 19-inch rear wheels, large StopTech brakes, a McIntosh Audio System, center front air intake, and more.
We're sad to see the Ferrari F430 go, but at least its replacement is a step up — in nearly every way. Set to make its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Ferrari 458 Italia ($TBA) sports a new direct-injected, mid-rear mounted 4.5-liter V8 good for 570hp, a 0-62 time of 3.4 seconds, and a top speed of 202 mph, a seven-speed dual clutch gearbox, a breathtaking new Pininfarina body with a compact, aerodynamic shape and terrific curves, 20-inch wheels, and more.
Morgan is a family-owned company that's been manufacturing motor vehicles for 100 years. To celebrate, they've just announced the Aero SuperSports ($187,000), a luxurious roadster with graceful elements that merge past and future. The aluminum chassis exceeds crash protection standards for safety, and has detachable roof panels for experiencing the world around you as you drive. Inside, hand-stitched leather meets polished hardwood. And beneath the hood lives a powerful 4.8 liter BMW V8 engine, available with either a 6-speed manual or automatic gearbox. This is a serious roadster, going into full production in 2010. A deposit of $36,000 is all it takes to have your name added to the waiting list.