Step aside, Ultimate Aero — your replacement has arrived. The Shelby Supercars Tuatara ($TBA) is the latest creation from the exotic car maker, and features a striking carbon fiber body design, a 7.0L twin turbo V8 good for roughly 1350hp, a seven-speed manual or SMG transmission, and one piece carbon fiber wheels. Otherwise it's pretty mysterious, much like the New Zealand reptile for which it's named.
It might be a one off, but it's one helluva one off. Designed by Paolo, Ercole Spada and Domiziano Boschi of Spadaconcept, the Spada Codatronca Monza ($TBA) mixes the angular lines of a modern Lambo with the open-air feel of a vintage racer, resulting in a gorgeous marriage of metal, carbon fiber, composite, leather, and rubber. It doesn't disappoint in the performance department, either, thanks to a twin-turbo 7.0-liter V8 good for 720 hp, a 0-62 mph of 3 seconds, and a top speed of 208 mph, Brembo brakes, OZ Ultra-leggera wheels, and a fully adjustable suspension system derived from the FIA GT3 series. Expect street model offspring in the not too distant future.
Some cars are old, and some cars are classic — but not all old cars are classics. This 1925 Bugatti Type 35B Grand Prix Two-Seater (£430,500; roughly $700,000) is a rare example of an automobile that's both. Owned for most of its life by Bugatti enthusiast Jack Perkins, this right-wheeled racer sports a straight-eight, turbocharged engine that's started the Indy 500, original components sourced from Bugatti, and a heritage of setting records at Bugatti Owners' Club hill climbs year after year. Of course, it's already been sold at auction, but if you've got the cash pay for it, you might also have ways of tracking down the buyer.