These are the coolest and craziest new cars unveiled at The Quail.
From Lamborghini to Koenigsegg and Bugatti, The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering celebrated the most incredible new car releases the world over.
So, in no particular order, this was what you missed if you couldn’t make it to California or swing the $1000 entry price.
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8. Lamborghini Urus Performante
Lamborghini unveiled the all-new Urus Performante at the weekend, a new and advanced version of the SUV.
With the Performante, Lamborghini is raising the bar on power and design.
It is also lighter, wider, and lower to the ground than its predecessor.
The new Urus already broke the hill climb record at Pikes Peak, beating the previous record held by the Bentley Bentayga.
The super SUV is now powered by a 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 that makes 666hp and can reach up to 306km/h.
Given the success of the original Urus, we expect it to sell like hotcakes.
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7. Lincoln L100
It features a sleek streamlined body and massive suicide doors.
Everything about this concept was built with aerodynamic efficiency in mind.
It’s a design masterpiece too.
To facilitate maximum comfort for its passengers, the entire glass roof lifts along with the suicide doors to let you into the cockpit.
And the fun isn’t limited to the presentation of the car.
Lincoln has created a joystick for passengers to use to control the car.
Essentially, you would be able to drive with the joystick from the backseat.
We’re eagerly waiting to see that.
6. Czinger 21C V Max
The new Czinger 21C V Max is a 3D-printed hypercar.
With its elongated tail, the hypercar appears to share exterior design elements with the McLaren Speedtail.
It was also partly designed using artificial intelligence to make it more lightweight and efficient.
The new Czinger has possibly the world’s longest doors too.
And they open to inline seating in the cockpit, where the passenger is seated directly behind the driver.
5. 2022 Hispano Suiza
Hispano Suiza directly translates to Spanish and Swiss, and it was called this because one founder was Spanish and the other was Swiss.
The company used to make luxury cars and even aircraft engines, and now it has an ultra-rare bespoke hypercar.
Only 24 examples of the 2022 Hispano Suiza will be made and each one will be customized to its owner, meaning no two cars will be the same.
The butterfly doors open to an incredible, luxury cabin.
Unlike some other hypercars, the interior has been fitted with modern tech and ultra-lux finishings.
Everything is handmade and handstitched, from the steering wheel to the leather seats.
The fully electric hypercar makes 1,114 hp and will cost $2 million a pop.
4. McLaren Solus GT
This is a real-life version of the McLaren concept first seen in Gran Turismo Sport.
There will be just 25 examples made of the single-seat, closed cockpit car.
Its sliding canopy opens to reveal the single-seat cabin and it looks like the cockpit of a fighter jet.
While McLaren hasn’t revealed how much the hypercar will go for, it’s estimated to cost well over $3.6 million.
3. Cadillac Project GTP Hypercar
This hypercar is defined by sharp angles and aerodynamic surfaces, giving it an aggressive, no-nonsence appearance.
It has a transparent fin that extends from the cabin out to the rear wing.
It also has forged carbon fiber on the front splitter, side sills, engine cover and rear diffuser.
It’s powered by a 5.5 liter V8 engine and is the brand’s next-generation racer.
The Cadillac Project GTP will take on the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 24 Hours of Le Mans next year.
2. Koenigsegg CC850
The Koenigsegg CC850 is a reimagined homage to the brand’s record-shattering CC8S.
Only 50 examples will be made in celebration of the company’s namesake, Christian von Koenigsegg’s 50th birthday.
The exterior wears a sleek Nordic design with telephone-dial rims and triple taillights.
It has a detachable hardtop and can run on renewable fuels.
Powered by a twin-turbo 5.0 liter V8, the CC850 can make an eye-watering 1,382 hp.
1. Bugatti W16 Mistral
Last, but certainly not least is Bugatti’s W16 Mistral.
A swansong to the W16, this roadster is poised to offer performance unlike any open-top car on the road.
The W16 Mistral has a rounded silhouette, new vertically stacked headlights and a deeper and wider horseshoe grille.
Inside, the gear shifter is made from a solid block of aluminum and features Rembrandt Bugatti’s famous ‘dancing elephant’ sculpture.
Bugatti will build just 99 examples and each will be priced at €5 million.