We pit brother against brother in an all-Hellcat showdown, the Lamborghini Aventador Super Veloce is teased ahead of its Geneva unveiling, and the McLaren P1 GTR takes to the track with its granddaddy, the F1 GTR. It’s The Week In Reverse, right here at Motor Authority.
Hellcat versus Hellcat? Hellcat, yes. It’s a hellcat of a good time as we fit baby hellcat seats, talk daily driver hellcat qualities, and punish the hellcat out of some tires. Hellcat!
Lamborghini is teasing its “most reactive car” ever for the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. We don’t really know what “most reactive” means, but we think it hints at the Super Veloce version of the Aventador, which should equate to a leaner, meaner, more focused take on the brand’s halo car.
The first Chevy Camaro ever has been restored to its original glory, and it’s headed to the Carlisle GM Nationals as a display vehicle. It’s super rare, gorgeous, and incredibly important to American muscle car history. Check it out if you’re in the area.
McLaren’s upcoming P1 GTR is a more powerful, track-focused take on the already blindingly fast P1. To celebrate its coming unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show, McLaren put it on track with its predecessor, the F1 GTR. The result is a symphony of engineering excellence.
Porsche’s new school may look a lot like its old school to some eyes, but this week, they’re running things in reverse: sticking a navigation-equipped modern head unit into its own vintage 911s, but doing it with style and taste. Well done, Porsche.
If you’re the jealous type, you might want to stop here. This week, we got to (virtually) meet the man who owns all three of the world’s top hypercars: the Porsche 918 Spyder, the LaFerrari, and the McLaren P1. Yes, it’s OK to hate him.