2019 Corvette ZR1

With the previous generation ZR1, Chevrolet had shouldered its way into the ranks or supercardom with the likes of Porsche and Ferarri. The 2019 ZR1 cements that position. A larger supercharger and intercoolers bump power up to 750hp, over 100 more than the last ZR1 — and more than anything from Porsche and McLaren. In a nod to American muscle cars of the 60s, a carbon fiber "shaker" cover hides the massive boost unit, and a top speed well in excess of 200 MPH is expected. No word on pricing or availability, but this Corvette will be worth saving your pennies for.

  • 1992 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione

    From 1987 to 1992, there was one car to beat in the World Rally Championship — the Lancia Delta HF. The boxy five-door hatchback went from basic front-wheel-drive transportation to a lowered, fender-flared, all-wheel-drive monster that delivered Lancia six consecutive WRC titles. The Evoluzione was the purest street-legal expression of the Group A rally car, making 210 hp with identical bodywork. With one owner and just over 4,000 from new, this Integrale is one of the best examples available.

  • Hennessey Venom F5

    They set out to make the fastest road car on Earth. They succeeded. Powered by a twin-turbo V8 producing over 1,620 hp, the Hennessey Venom F5 delivers performance never before seen in a production vehicle. With a curb weight under 3,000 lbs, made possible by a lightweight chassis and all carbon fiber body with a drag coefficient 0.33, it can hit 186 mph in just 10 seconds, 249 mph in 30 seconds, and reach a top speed of 301 mph.

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