But what Vandenbrink Design of the Netherlands did to this Scaglietti is still rather fantastic.
Nissan and Grand Seiko collaborate on a high-end chronograph for the anniversary of the GT-R sports car.
For now, the Puma is for Europe only, but we suspect that will change.
BMW's latest concept imagines an automotive future with an emphasis on driving, not autonomy.
These ultra-high-performance sports cars are coming soon.
A decade or so ago, the term "hypercar" had yet to supersede the word "supercar" in denoting automotive supremacy. And then came Bugatti's barrier-shattering Veyron in 2005, boasting more than 1000 horsepower and a 253-mph top speed. In the years that followed, Porsche, McLaren, and Ferrari competed in the Veyron's wake for ultra-high-performance bragging rights with a trinity of hyper-hybrids, the 918 Spyder, P1, and LaFerrari. All of those cars are out of production-and now automakers are bringing a new generation of hypercars. Bugatti again is ahead of the curve, having introduced the Veyron's successor, the Chiron. Click through this gallery for a look at 10 other next-generation hypercars you can expect to appear in 2019 and 2020 (and some that might come later), ranked in order of least to most horsepower.