Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: Bentley Continental GT3 Racer

The Mulsane which was parked next to this GT3 racer looked positively deformed in comparison. Bentley took a brief leave from racing sometime around the point when my grandfather got his driver’s license. This sexy beast makes me glad we’ll see some blue bloods on the grid.  Next >>

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Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: Mercedes-Benz G Class Concept

Hulk smash! Mercedes-Benz’s G-Class concept looks more like something that I’d give my two-year old nephew to play with than an actual vehicle?not that I’m complaining. After the machines take over, it will party with the i8 and laugh about sitting still at car shows.   Next >>

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Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: 2013 Porsche Cayman

Aside from the 918 Hybrid hypercar, this is the best-looking ride Porsche builds. The hips are gorgeous, and Stutgart’s reputation for building driver’s cars means it will be an absolute joy to take through a set of twisties. The new Cayman made its world debut in L.A. Next >>

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Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: Acura NSX

Will Honda actually build the NSX? Who knows? But it’s a striking car, and it’d be awesome to see Honda build something that isn’t a totally boring practical-mobile for people who don’t swear, always drink responsibly and try not to splash when they get into the pool. Next >>

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Nine Amazing Cars at the L.A. Auto Show: BMW i8

BMW’s i8 is starting to resemble an actual car, as opposed to the crazy design exercise we’ve seen previously. Whether it’ll still look like a machine ready to preside over the enslavement of humanity when it hits production? That’s anyone’s guess. But we can dream. Next >>

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