Toyota’s A80, or fourth-generation Supra, was produced between April 1993 – August 2002, but the latter was made by a bespoke variant made by Japanese coach builder Ohno Car Craft. It’s rare to find one up for sale these days, especially a showroom condition 1995 Toyota Supra Turbo with just 7,000-miles on the odometer.
Manufactured between 1987-1992, the Ferrari F40 was the last model personally approved by Enzo Ferrari. During its production run, a total of 1,135 vehicles were manufactured, with just 213-units delivered to the United States. One ultra rare blue example just sold for a hefty $1.36-million USD.
Italian Sea Group partnered with Lamborghini to debut an ultra luxurious yacht that looks part supercar, or the Lamborghini Siàn FKP 37 to be exact. The Tecnomar for Lamborgnini 63 yacht measures 63-feet-long as a tribute to the company’s founding in 1963, and it’s powered by two MAN V12 diesel engines that produce 2,000hp each or 4,000hp combined.
What happens when you combine a Lamborghini Urus and a Tesla Model X into a sleek all-electric UTV (Utility Terrain Vehicle)? Battle Proved Motors’ R101, which comes with a hefty price tag to go along with its looks. Featuring a Chromoly (combination of chromium and molybdenum) chassis and a long-travel suspension to help it got anywhere.
Famed Italy-based design house Pininfarina has revealed a revolutionary electric vehicle concept with virtual reality technology built-in, and it’s called Teorema. Built on a rolling chassis developed by automotive supplier Benteler, it features a panoramic roof, a large curved bonnet, an aerodynamic front splitter, and a U-shaped lighting headlight cluster.