Finally—finally Acura has brought out the NSX supercar in all its production glory. It took them long enough. While reviews of Japan’s latest supercar are still coming in, buyers will have a new hybrid two-door to look forward to buying next year.
Bentley recently announced that its new EXP 10 Speed 6 will sit atop a Porsche platform—and that’s good news. With Bentley never actually having built a production sports car, it brings some merit to a car that we don’t doubt will already be jaw-droppingly gorgeous.
Bugatti Chiron (est.) $2,500,000
Faster, more powerful, better looking—the Bugatti Chiron ticks all the right boxes for any multi-millionaire enthusiast. But will it be as good as everyone is expecting? We’ll know soon enough. (pictured: Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo)
Cadillac Supercar (est.) $200,000
We’re pulling at strings at the idea of a Cadillac supercar, granted. But even Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen said in an interview there is definitely a possibility of it happening, and why shouldn’t it? Cadillac has its best lineup in years, a supercar would just be the cherry on top. (pictured: Cadillac CT-1 Concept)
Fisker’s back, again. After the unsuccessful run that was Fisker Autmotive, the heralded car designer has a new project in the works—a $300,000 American supercar. It’s making its debut at the Detroit Auto Show just next month. Color us interested.
Ford GT (est.) $400,000
Just the other day we saw an image of what looks to be the Ford GT in production guise. Mirrors and new side bits suggest that it’s just about ready to go into production in 2016. Let’s just hope the early $400,000 estimate was a bit off.
Jaguar F-Type SVR (est.) $150,000
First came the F-Type convertible, then the coupe, then the all-wheel-drive coupe. Piggybacking the success of the F-Type range as a whole, engineers are going balls to the wall with an all-wheel-drive, 600-horsepower version called the SVR.
Lamborghini Centenario(est.) $1,000,000
100 years came and went for Lamborghini. In honor of that very special anniversary, Lamborghini is bringing a very special model to the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. It’s going to be based on the Aventador, and we shouldn’t expect a price tag anywhere south of $1 million. (pictured: Lamborghini Egoista Concept)
Lamborghini Huracan Superleggera
You can’t have one without the other; like the outdated Gallardo, Lamborghini is planning an even faster, better handling version of its V10 Huracan supercar. Expect to see the Superleggera name plastered all over the place in 2016.
McLaren 570S $184,900
The McLaren 570S is pretty much already out and about, all over the web and in the hands of a few grubby journalists. Next year, we’ll see even more of the baby McLaren when it hits dealers.
Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series (est.) $280,000
Mercedes is staying mostly silent about the possibility of an even more hardcore AMG GT Black Series. We have reason to believe that car will show up sometime next year, at least in concept form.
Noble M600 Speedster(est.) $345,000
It’s been a long time coming for the topless Noble M600—initial renderings date all the way back to 2014, in fact. Rumors, though, are pointing to a production version come 2016, 540 horsepower and all.
Rezvani Beast X $325,000
The car that started it all for Tesla will gain new life. Reports suggest we’ll see a new and even more powerful electric Roadster sometime in the next two years. Hopefully sooner than later.
Trion Nemesis $2,000,000
2,000 horsepower is plenty of car—so is a $2 million price tag. The concept initially showed up in 2014, but owners hope that it will be running and driving (extremely quickly) by next year.
W Motors Lykan Fenyr Supersport $3,400,000
Remember the car in Furious 7 that jumped from building to building? Yeah, well now it has a more mature, more powerful brother in the Fenyr Supersport. 900 horsepower should be plenty enough to propel you from skyscraper to skyscraper.