The British Motor Show had an impressive display of supercars that we have seen in a long time. There were many newer concepts as well as some classic supercars that attracted many crowds.
Probably the most typical of these is the new Lotus Evora, a refined 2+2 that the company says is the world’s only mid engine 2+2. Where the Evora is reserved, the Lightning GT is not. It was also debuted at the show, but as England’s first electronic sportscar. It uses in-wheel engines to offer somewhere near 700 BHP! Some might remember that this is actually a development of the old Ronart Lightning from 2000.
Below is a list of all the major supercar debuts (some of which we have already touched on):
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