Today we start off with a pair of supercar spy shot galleries. First up, the replacement for the Ferrari Enzo. Always adept at hiding their cars beneath mountains of camouflage, this supercar hearse is actually the upcoming V-12 hybrid hypercar.
McLaren's P12, the successor, at least in positioning, to the F1, is much better-looking in its camouflage clothing. A sleek shape, almost Zonda-like from certain angles, and what promises to be shattering performance make us look forward to seeing more.
Finally, Bugatti has unveiled yet another special one-off version of the Veyron, this time for China, called the Wei Long. Based on the Grand Sport and wearing a more conservative look than many of the one-offs, it's worth a gander.
Check out all of these stories and more in today's car news headlines below.
Ferrari Enzo Successor Test Mule Spy Shots
McLaren F1 Successor (P12) Spy Shots
Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Wei Long 2012 Edition
Debuts In Beijing
Lotus Confirms Two INDYCAR Teams' Release
Is The Honda Concept C A Preview Of Acura’s Rumored TLX
Supercars Get High-Speed Escort From New Jersey State Police
Does Better Place Have A Monopoly On Electric Cars In Israel
?2013 Nissan Sentra Previewed
By Sylphy Model At Beijing Auto Show
Salvation, Meet Convenience: Florida Church Offers Drive-Thru Prayer
2012 Nissan Titan Recalled
For Labeling Problem