Interestingly, the wildest supercars came from the most random countries: Croatia, Sweden, The Netherlands, and France. Step your game up, Italy!

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Superman spec
Whorehouse red interior over kinda shitty gloss blue paint
@Whitesse new Agera RS1
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Autobots, roll out!
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The last manual transmission supercar (except maybe the Porsche GT3)
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Interesting new supercar in a boring-ass color. Kind of a wasted effort by Lamborghini IMO
Porsche really hit it out of the park with this one
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They finally made it look aggressive from the front
I love the top-mound intakes below the rear window
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Jaguar brought their Formula-E car along
BMW pretty much shit the bed this year by having ZERO interesting new cars on display. But this racing M3 made up for it.
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I guess it’s cool. The metallic red looks WAY better than the gloss red I saw on another NSX.
Acura’s GT3
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The Green Monster
The AMG GT really needed a track package to spice up a conservative design
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The matte green didn’t seem to be much of a hit amongst the people I eavesdropped on.
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Right engine, wrong transmission
Looks dorky.
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A interesting assortment of boring automatics
Screw the haters, I like this thing. And that black stripe on the driver’s side C-pillar is actually a window, so it’s only the passenger side you can’t see out of.
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Ready to rumble
Kind of a sleeper
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I forgot how much I loved the Honda Project 2&4
Ford killed it with the new GT...although I’m still not sold on the engine
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Many poo chutes
Props to Dodge for letting people get in the ACR
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I saw as many people freak out over Mike’s Yugo as Whitesse’s Koenigsegg. “OH MY GAWD, IS THAT AN ACTUAL YUGO?!? THESE STILL EXIST?!? HEY, STEVO, COME CHECK THIS OUT!!!”

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