Alfa Romeo has finally revealed its 2014 4C sports car, and we can confirm it looks just as good as the stunning concept version unveiled two years ago. We can look forward to the car landing in showrooms at the end of the year, but unfortunately only around 1,000 units will be brought in.

Another reveal today was of the interior of McLaren’s upcoming P1 supercar, the spiritual successor to the legendary F1 supercar. As you’d expect from McLaren, the interior design is completely functional and packed with carbon fiber.

The Ferrari Enzo was designed for the track, but here’s a video of it being driven on a course and muddy road like it was a rally car. We wonder if Enzo-owner and former rally driver Kimi Räikkönen is behind the wheel.

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