What used to be known as a baby Phantom has emerged into a vehicle with an identity of its own, something that appeals to a different audience.
The new Rolls-Royce owners are a different audience, and many have that entrepreneur-like energy.
By adding an electric motor to the equation, McLaren can deliver impressive performance with fewer cylinders.
Anything that bears the prancing horse logo is going to be much, much more powerful than most other things on the road at any given time.
Hennessey Performance is known for its Venom GT, a car built to break speed records.
While Ducati is finding inspiration from Lamborghini, the latter is doing the same (as always) from the race track.
Gordon Murray, the designer of the McLaren F1, and his automotive startup Gordon Murray Automotive have been working on what is best described as a spiritual successor to the iconic F1.
Only a few things can beat the feeling of cruising around in a V12-powered Italian exotic, but Lamborghini sure knows how to enhance that experience.
With so much of leisure shifting away from the city and perfectly paved roads, it makes sense as a way to reinvigorate the more than 100-year-old brand.