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Vision 1789 Biomethane Hypercar
Photo credit: Vision Automobiles Paris
Vision Automobiles Paris may not be synonymous with hypercars, but if their latest project actually makes it into production, the name most certainly will. The most famous French supercar manufacturer currently is Bugatti, but the Vision 1789, named after the French Revolution, will definitely turn some heads, as it’s powered by a biomethane-powered engine.

Novitec McLaren GT
Novitec has been known to tune the world’s most exclusive automobiles for decades, and their latest project is definitely no slouch. Starting from the outside, they gave the McLaren GT a new aerodynamic-enhancement kit and paired it with a staggered combination of 20 / 21-inch forged Vossen wheels. If you want to ride a little closer to the ground, sport springs lower the supercar by 25 millimeters.

Volkswagen Mini-Camper
Volkswagen officially announces the Mini-Camper, which is the Caddy Beach successor, and based on the completely revamped 5th generation of the Caddy. Some of the new features include an innovative bed concept that offers greater versatility, while technology inside the van is on the cutting edge. Love stargazing? You’ll definitely enjoy the 1.4-square-meter panorama glass roof at night.