If you dare to dream about cars, then make sure to dream big! As always, we are here to provide you with some fantasy material. In this episode, we will cover the most exciting supercar newcomers of 2024, that will inevitably become the objects of desire for the most sophisticated motorcar enthusiasts.
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#1 Porsche Mission X
Porsche Mission X is likely to go into production as the successor for the exclusive, limited production 918 Spyder that was manufactured between 2013 and 2015.
#2 Aston Martin DB12
Aston Martin has introduced the next generation of their legendary DB11, aiming to redefine the concept of grand touring. The brand-new DB-12 demonstrates significant design updates, including a larger grille, sleek swept-back headlights, a wider rear end featuring distinctive C-shaped tail-lights, and a more muscular bumper.
#3 Mercedes-Benz Vision One Eleven: media.mercedes-benz.com/press-kit/904e4c1f-191e-4d4b-99e2-3a71a3d47aa7
Mercedes-Benz Vision One Eleven is inspired by the C111 prototypes which Mercedes used as a major platform to experiment with new engines, turbochargers, and suspension in the 1960s and 1970s.
#4 Lamborghini Revuelto: lamborghini.com/en-en/models/revuelto
Lamborghini Revuelto succeeds the Aventador and debuts a plug-in-hybrid drivetrain, that is still based on the brand’s iconic V12.
#5 McLaren 750S
McLaren is set to introduce a remarkable successor to the acclaimed 720S. The McLaren 750S aims to claim the title of the lightest and most powerful mass-produced car ever created by the brand. With a focus on enhancing performance, McLaren engineers have diligently redesigned and improved more than 30% of the vehicle’s components, with particular emphasis on the powertrain.
#6 Ford Mustang Dark Horse GT3: ford.com/performance/mustang-gt3
Ford has introduced the GT3 racing version of its latest generation Ford Mustang, which is based on the V8 Dark Horse configuration. With this model, Ford officially enters the global FIA GT3 category, and its debut took place at the historic 24 Hours of Le Mans centenary event.
#7 Porsche 718 Spyder RS
In order to become the most powerful Porsche 718 Spyder to date, the RS version had to absorb the powertrain already installed on the GT4 RS and 911 GT3. The new 2024 Porsche 718 Spyder RS has a manually operated soft top roof and a comprehensive aerodynamics package.
#8 Gordon Murray T.33 Spider: gordonmurrayautomotive.com/automotive/t33-spider
Gordon Murray T.33 Spider is an open-top version of the T.33 that will see only 100 unique units produced and will be priced at 2.3 million bucks.
#9 Ferrari Roma Spider
Derived from the Roma coupe, this is Ferrari’s first convertible model with a soft roof since the 2010 F430 Spider. It maintains the 2+2 seating arrangement and preserves the distinctive design elements such as the flowing body lines, elongated hood, and sleek windscreen.