Porsche has created numerous concepts over the years, but just a handful have never been revealed to the public, that is until…now. One of these vehicles is the Porsche 919 Street. Put simply, it’s the road-going version of its Le Mans hybrid race car from 2017 that makes 900-horsepower, complete with carbon-fiber monocoque. Unlike most hypercars, this one does not have a large rear ring in the back, but it does boast a full-width LED light strip.
Ford’s Team Fordzilla esports unveiled their P1 hypercar concept at this year’s Gamescom event. It was designed by Ford designers and members of the gaming community. Gamers were able to have the final say on several design elements, including seat position, cockpit style and even the drivetrain, before Ford designers made their suggestions into a virtual concept.
Lazzarini Design Studio is no stranger to the world of luxury, as they’ve revealed designs for an F1-inspired drone and actually made several Jet Capsule watercraft. Their latest project aims to take luxury to the next level in the form of the Xenos Hyperyacht. It measures 130-feet in length and 26-feet wide, making it perfect for trips at high speeds.
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This is the world’s only Bugatti Chiron Vainqueur de Coeur edition, and it could be yours for a whopping $3.95-million. It was delivered late last year to its owner and showcased at the Seven Car Lounge in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Despite the listing claiming the car has never been officially driven, the odometer appears to have 374 miles.
Limited to just 30-units worldwide, the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ just might be the fastest production car yet. A prototype long-tail Chiron recently hit 304.77 mph, but this production version will have a passenger seat instead of electronic equipment. It will be powered by a quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 generating an eye-watering 1,578 horsepower.