Don't worry if you've never heard of Delage — the French carmaker hasn't produced anything since 1953. During Delage's heyday in the 1920s and '30s, they were making successful race cars. Post-WWII, the company collapsed in the face of stiff postwar competition, but now they're back under CEO Laurent Tapie with a V12 hypercar and a lofty goal — setting the lap record at the legendary Nurburgring. The Delage D12 is powered by an in-house designed 7.6-liter V12 making 1,100 horsepower in the D12 GT or 1,010 in the D12 Club. An eight-speed transmission is used in both versions, with the GT getting a 90-horsepower electric motor as well, along with a curb weight of just over 3,000 pounds. The Club weighs in at only 2,888, with both cars having a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, bodywork, and wheels. The design is aerodynamic in the extreme, drawing heavily from Formula One, with a central driver's seat and passenger seat mounted directly behind like a fighter jet. The D12 will start production in early 2021 with just 30 being made.