The new Lamborghini Huracán supercar will get its racing Super Trofeo version soon, the Porsche Cayman GTS attacks a go-kart track, and the BMW Vision Future Luxury will make its North American debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance next week. It’s The Week In Reverse, right here at Motor Authority.

Lamborghini’s newest Super Trofeo race car—based on the new Huracán—will make its official debut at The Quail gathering during Monterey Car Week next week. We’ll be on hand to bring you the full details, but expect to see it campaigned starting next season, alongside the current Gallardo Super Trofeo in various Blancpain series.

BMW’s Vision Future Luxury concept will make its North American debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Concept Lawn, bringing with it a look at the next generation of BMW’s exterior design, interior style, high-tech features, and more.

The Porsche Cayman GTS is coming soon, bringing an even more surgical edge to the already scalpel-sharp sports car. This week the company showed off its chops on a karting track, where it looked right at home despite the close confines.

Soon, yet another new BMW will join the range, this time based on the brand’s smallest coupe-crossover, the X4. Dubbed the X4 M Performance—and possibly wearing X4 M40i badges—the new swoopy SAV will add a dose of speed to the style-driven multi-use platform.

Early next month, a new Land Rover will be revealed, too: the Discovery Sport. Slotting into the lineup as a replacement of the current LR2, the Discovery Sport promises Land Rover’s exemplary off-road ability melded with a modern and capable platform derived from the Range Rover Evoque’s. We’ll have the full details when the 2016 Land Rover Discovery Sport is unveiled on September 3rd.

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