2015 Ferrari LaFerrari

The Ferrari. That's the rough translation of Ferrari's pinnacle hypercar, the LaFerrari. Over 70 years of racing experience have been poured into this, the ultimate statement from Scuderia. With over 900 hp from a 6.3 liter V-12 and an electric motor, extensive use of carbon fiber and other exotic materials, and active suspension and aerodynamic parts, the LaFerrari isn't just the most technologically advanced road car Ferrari has ever built, it's one of the most sophisticated cars ever made. This extremely rare black-on-black example will be up for auction on August 19, 2017, in Monterey, California.

  • Zarooq SandRacer 500 GT

    Today's supercars are a far cry from the temperamental, overheating, cramped, barely-streetable cars of the past. Some of them even have cupholders. But none of them would even think about putting one Z-rated tire on any surface that isn't pavement. The Zarooq SandRacer 500GT isn't one of these cars — if you can call it a car. The SandRacer aims to provide performance both on and off-road, with the driver being able to engage a "sand" mode that lifts the body, providing a healthy dose of ground clearance for getting over those pesky dunes. 525 horsepower is on tap from a 6.2 liter V8, and the lightweight chassis and roll cage designed by Campos Racing keep the knobby tires on the ground. Only 35 are being produced.

  • Aston Martin Valkyrie Hypercar

    Although it's still under development — the company says it's "95% of the way there" with the exterior — the latest Aston Martin Valkyrie Hypercar images are worth a look. The current design, developed in collaboration with Red Bull Racing, is heavily influenced by aerodynamics, with features like full-length Venturi tunnels, a teardrop-shaped cockpit, and openings in the body surface between the cockpit and front wheel arches which provide added downforce. Inside, the two seats are mounted directly to the tub in an F1-style "feet up" position, while nearly all the controls are mounted on the removable steering wheel, on either side of the embedded OLED display that serves as instrumentation. No release date has yet been set.

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