This year’s Villa d’Este event gave the world a first chance to see BMW M4 CSL 2023plus a $ 28 million Rolls Royce Boat Tail and an incredible set of classic supercars with blue chips.
But fans of modern supercar technology have also had a lot to drool over due to the demonstration of concept cars and prototypes.
The star of the small collection was undeniably Bugatti Bolidewhich shows that Bugatti is moving away from focusing on top speed to prove that it can also do twisted circuits.
And it will really prove it. Despite the fact that the Bolide has a capacity of 1824 hp. (1849 PS) was introduced as a concept car in 2020, last year Bugatti confirmed that it would supply the first of 40 units in 2024 to customers who coughed up 4 million euros ($ 4 million) for the privilege.
SCG 004CS from Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus was another supercar that brought a taste of Le Mans to the shores of Lake Como. “CS” stands for Competizione Stradale and indicates that this latest version 004 is both at home on the street and on the track.
Formerly a supercar built in America, but the Italian style was available as street 004S or as a 004C racer, but a CS that gets its 750 liters.
De Tomaso P72
Jim Glickenhouse’s love for vintage Ferraris means that the 004CS has some flawless vintage atmospheres mixed with modern ones, but for those who prefer their supercars a little more retro, De Tomaso and Zagato were on hand with the P72 and Mostro B, respectively.
P72 was the first shown at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2019, painted in a very sexy burnt orange color, but the Villa d’Este car was dressed in a more restrained pale blue coat. De Tamaza says the carbon chassis has changed significantly since FoS 2019, which has improved the interior space without compromising the exterior design.
It is planned that the new plant will start production of a 5.0-liter supercharged Ford V8 with a capacity of 700 hp. near the Nürburgring later this year, but don’t worry about saying your name before deliveries starting in 2023. All 72 cars worth $ 1 million were sold out.
Mostro B Zagato
A similar atmosphere of the 1960s was caused by Mostro B from Zagato. Essentially a roadster version Zagato Maserati Mostro The open version, which seven years ago showed the legendary design house, has a V8 engine from Maserati GranTurismo. As in the previous coupe, Zagato creates five examples, but, yes, you guessed it, they’re all sold out.
Marc Philippe Djembala Marcien
The Porsche 911 Turbo is also unavailable Marcien by Marco Philippe Gembala, the son of legendary tuner Uwe Gembala, but unrelated to the company, left. The Dakar-style supercar has a new suspension installation from KW that includes dual front levers and hydraulic stroke control.
Power comes from a 3.8-liter flat six, tuned to a 740-liter RUF. s. (750 hp) and 686 lb-ft (930 Nm), with the ability to increase power to 819 hp. s. (830 hp. 40 buyers lined up to pick one up at home.
Other cars on display are included Touring Arese RH95, in pale blue looked much more disgusting than in green, which we saw before, and Deus Vayenne, which looked just as horrible as before. Which of these concepts and prototypes would you take home?
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Supercars Gallery: check out our prototypes and concepts from Villa D’Este 2022
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