A 1932 Duesenberg won Best of Show at the 2022 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. The award hasn't been given to an American car since 2013, and it went to a Mercedes-Benz in 2021. The Duesenberg is owned by Lee and Penny Anderson of Naples, Florida. Concours Chairman Sandra Button described the car as a combination of "American might and European style."
The end of the road for Bugatti's W16 engine has arrived. The finale debuted in Monterey as the Bugatti Mistral, a roadster that closes the chapter on both the W-16 enigne and the Chiron variants. Only 99 units will be made at about $5 million each, and all have been claimed by well-do-to buyers.
The Koenigsegg CC850 debuted to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the automaker's first car, the CC8S. It also happens to coincide with founder and CEO Christian von Koenigsegg's 50th birthday, and thus only 50 examples will be made.
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1932 Duesenberg Model J Figoni Sports Torpedo named Best of Show at 2022 Pebble Beach Concours
Bugatti Mistral roadster closes chapter on might W-16 engine
Koenigsegg CC850 reimagines Swedish marque's first hypercar for the modern era
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