At the 2006 SEMA Show Californian Anteros Marketing will display the XTM Roadster and the new XTR Targa and XTS Hardtop. All of them are based on the Corvette and draw inspiration from 1960's European classic coupes.
At the 2006 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, based on the theme 'American Muscle', Ford will unveil a wide range of tuned vehicles: the exterior body was modified by 3dCarbon, while technical partners include H&R Special Springs, Eibach and MagnaFlow.
Astrolab is an electro-solar hybrid car created by Venturi Automobiles. It will be the first vehicle of this kind to be commercialised, starting from 2008. The main figures are a top speed of 120 km/h, an autonomy of 100 km and a price of 92,000...
The Arbitrage GT is a sportscar developed in Thailand by Cobra International, a Company specialized in lightweight composites. It will be produced in limited series from 2007 and it will feature a carbon body chassis and body.
Melkus has announced the RS2000 project: the compact sportscar will be the successor of the 1960's Melkus RS1000 and will be unveiled within 2008. A limited production of 25 units per year is expected.
The Ferrari P4/5 is a unique vehicle created by Pininfarina for the collector James Glickenhaus. Based on the Ferrari Enzo, it is insipred by the legendary 330 P4. It will debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elégance.
Ferrari GB in partnership with Wallpaper* design magazine has presented a special version of the 612 Scaglietti model, that interprets the possibilities available via the Carrozzeria Scaglietti Personalisation Programme.
The Swedish Supercar Manufacturer has unveiled the latest evolution of the CC Competition Coupé series: the Koenigsegg CCX, an extreme vehicle with more than 800 hp and a top speed just below 400 km/h.