The forthcoming 812 Superfast will be the fastest and most powerful Ferrari ever produced. This pumped-up successor to the F12 Berlinetta is powered by a massive 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine that, unlike recent Ferrari supercars does not use turbos. With an output of 789 horsepower, the 812 goes 0-62 in 2.9 with a top speed of 211MPH.
Range Rover hasn’t built an original MK1 in more than 20 years but now they’re offering the iconic SUV again. In very, very limited numbers, Rover will offer “remanufactured” MK1s—using factory-approved donor vehicles these restos are painstakingly complete: every nut & bolt, frame-off, inside & out, ground-up rebuilds, calibrated back to factory specs. If you want one, you’ll have to move fast. Overnight sell-out is all but guaranteed.
The Aston Martin Vanquish S will now be available in a drop top variant. The new Volante model got a solid update: a new carbon fiber front splitter, side sills, and rear valance plus an integrated spoiler and quad exhaust tips in the rear. It keep the same naturally-aspirated 5.9-liter V12 motor tuned up to 580 hp & driven by an 8-speed automatic tranny.
An exotic all-aluminum E-Type lightweight roadster based around Jaguar’s original 1960’s classic, the Spyder GT from Eagle is a bespoke-built “special edition” that features modernized suspension & handling while retaining the timeless good looks and throaty-roar of a carbureted 330-horse Jag.
To honor the 50th Anniversary of Carroll Shelby’s iconic cobra, the Shelby Super Snake, Ford has created a new limited edition commemorative tribute. Based on the Mustang GT but with a new hood, splitters, rockers, and rear end trims, the 2017 Super Snake will be offered in both a 670 horsepower version and a hyper-charged 750-horse version. 0-60 in 3.5 and an ability to stick to corners at up to 1.2 G-Forces. Special Shelby branding is found throughout & instead of a rear seat, it has a roll bar.
The very first Ford GT factory prototype is going up for auction. Built back in 2003 by an elite team of engineers and designers, including the late Carroll Shelby, it is truly one-of-a-kind; the first complete factory prototype with full interior and functional engine/drivetrain. With a long list of one-off parts & factory test-friendly features, this rare super car is expected to reach a nearly $1 million price tag. Set to hit the block in Scottsdale, Arizona between January 18 and 22.
Lots of upgrades went into Lamborghini’s new and extremely yellow Aventador S. For one its 6.5-liter V12 is now outputting 740HP, up from 691 for a top speed of 217MPH. And that power is now delivered to all four wheels and transferred out to a new 4-wheel steering system. Combined with updated suspension and real-time variable damping, it handles better throughout the speed spectrum. Inside there’s a new digital dash with Apple AirPlay as standard equipment.
Mercedes is adding yet another level of exclusive factory upgrades with the roll out of its S-Class “Night Edition’ variants. The package includes a unique single-louvre front grill, 20-inch AMG wheels, AMG steering wheel, upgraded Nappa leather interiors, including optional Bengal Red/black, high gloss black poplar interior trims, & more. Choose from the S 400 4MATIC Coupé, the S 500 Coupé, or the S 500 4MATIC Coupé.
Ferrari’s Targa body returns in a very limited series of bespoke cars celebrating the 50th anniversary of Ferrari in Japan. The J50 is a two-seat, mid-rear-engine roadster created by Ferrari’s Special Projects department. It’s powered by a 690 cv version of the 3.9-litre V8 that won the overall International Engine of the Year Award this year. Only 10 of these incredible cars will be made.
Powered by two high-power, electric motors and constructed for both over and under water activity, the luxurious 2 & 3-seater subs from Ortega Submersibles redefine underwater travel by using highly advanced naval technology. They are equipped with a trimming tank, on-board breathing apparatus and HUD navigation system, plus optional Magnetometers, Sonar, FLIR, & an extra air supply. The travel range is between 70 & 92 miles at underwater speeds of 11 knots. They can dive to depths of 310 feet.