The wraps are finally off - officially, at least.
Anyone with access to a computer and a vague interest in cars will have known pretty much what BMW's new electric car, the i3, has looked like for quite some time. Whether cconcept vehicles, disguised prototypes or leaked images, the least surprising thing about the i3 is the way it looks...
Long-term readers of our blog will remember that, a few months ago, Aston Martin revealed a very special concept car as part of its centenary celebrations: the achingly gorgeous, DBR1-inspired CC100 Speedster.
So seemingly awe inspiring the CC100 was, that former step-sister Jaguar thought that its new F-Type Roadster deserved the same retro, 'homage to the great endurance racers of the past' makeover.
The end result is this: the rather stunning Project 7.
Some are going as far as suggesting the new SEAT Leon is every bit as good as the MK7 Volkswagen Golf. The new three-door Leon SC has also injected some much needed latin flair into the range.
And now SEAT has done this - the Leon Cup Racer. To coin a phrase from a well known snack - it's a bit of an animal...
With the F-Type meaning quite a lot to Jaguar and the talented people who brought it to life, it’s understandable that Coventry’s most famous car company desires to show it off to as many people as possible.
So, whilst the firm’s never won the 100km Mille Miglia event in Italy before, it’s befitting for a car that’s acclaimed for its looks, beauty and performance to participate in “The World’s Most Beautiful Race”.