Monterey Car Week—the cluster of automotive events that culminates with the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance on Sunday—draws an eclectic group of cars and an equally varied mix of enthusiasts to its events. Though Pebble Beach remains the crown jewel, another event known formally as The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering is a close-second, with stunning examples of essentially every vintage and type of car imaginable present and accounted for.
This years event, held yesterday, saw a ton of supercars and concepts cars, as well as enough fan-favorites for every car nut, from the Batmobile to imported Honda micro-trucks to rare and quirky models from flash-in-the-pan brands now decades gone.
Acura Type S
Sports Car or Luxury Sedan? The car is stunning with a long hood, sloping roof, chiseled design, and gorgeous Double Apex Blue Pearl paint.
Acura’s gorgeous concept previews some of the design cues we’ll see on the next TLX, with carefully chiseled features and a more refined and subtly sophisticated overall vibe than some of Acura’s recent works.
Speed E: The Drako GTE is an all-electric, 1200-horsepower sedan with a claimed top speed of 206 mph.
This four-motor electric super-sedan will seat four and propel them to 206 mph, thanks to its combined 1,200 horsepower and unfathomable 6,491 pound-feet of torque.
A Classic Reimagined: VW is bringing back the bus. In 2022, this old classic goes electric.
Quail covers all eras and all economic strata, and nostalgia runs deep. Here, a row of gorgeous Volkswagen Buses lights up our lives.
Welcome Back! The name behind some most desirable cars such as the Pantera and the Mangusta is back with its all-new P72.
Legendary nameplate DeTomaso comes roaring back from the dead under new ownership, and its furst effort is a stunning carbon-fiber hypercar. It will be produced in fewer than 100 copies at $850,000 each.
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ 63
Crazy Powerful: Each of the 63 cars will come with tri-tone Alcantara upholstery, carbon-fiber trim and a steering-wheel badge to mark the SVJ 63 Roadster’s significance.
Nobody does special editions better than the Italians. This limited-production Aventador roadster is named after the year the company was founded, and it features dramatic styling and colors not available on the more boring mainstream versions of the Aventador.
All in the Family: Koenigsegg Jesko Has 1600 horsepower and promises a 300-MPH top speed.
The Swedish hypercar manufacturer showed off its new 1,500 hp Jesko, names after founder Christian von Koenigsegg’s father. The car has a 9-speed “Light Speed” transmission that we’re pretty sure will blow your doors off.
Ludicrous Speed: The lotus evija is a ludicrously powerful electric hypercar.
Only 130 of these new Lotus electric hypercars will be built—and boy will they go fast. Less than 3 seconds to 60 mph, and a top speed above 200 mph.
No Substitute: ;The Porsche 911 has long been one of the purest sports cars on the planet, with unmistakable styling and ethereal performance.
A rally-ready vintage Porsche 911, stuck in a sand trap but sill looking farther down the road.
Bentley EXP 100 GT Concept
Bentley is celebrating its 100th birthday. But rather than revisiting the past, the company is looking toward the future with the electric, autonomous EXP 100 GT concept.
The British ultrapremium carmaker turns 100 this year, and to celebrate it created this stunning concept. Meant to show where the brand might be in 15 years, the car is proposed to be all electric, optionally-autonomous, and quite gorgeous.
Rimac C Two
Electric Power: The all-electric Rimac C Two is rated at 1,914 horsepower.
This Croatian carmaker is currently taking the hypercar market by storm with its fully legit, 258 mph, 1,888 horsepower electric beast. Look for 0-60 runs in the 1.85 second range—if you can see it at all.
Best of the Best: Teh F1 has a legitimate claim to the title of greatest sports car ever.
McLaren’s renowned F1 helped set the pace for modern supercars, offering stunning performance, including a 240 mph top speed, and a unique three-seat configuration, with the driver in the center.
Aston Martin Valhalla
Straight From The Gods: Valhalla has a similar appearance to the Valkyrie, but Aston Martin positions it as a more road-friendly machine.
This hybrid hypercar will use a twin-turbo V6 and dual electric motors to generate nearly 1,000 horsepower. It won’t start production until 2021—but it’s already sold out of its 500 copies.
W Motors Fenyr
Exclusivity: The all-new Fenyr SuperSport is the latest HyperCar to be launched by W Motors, a limited edition with a production run of only 100 cars.
W Motors is based in Dubai, where they have long desert roads that are best traversed at high speed. Hence the Fenyr…
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