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We thought we would give you all a good glimpse of some of the best cars on display at this year’s Festival of Speed. For those unfamiliar with the event it is one of the biggest and best gatherings of the largest vehicle manufacturers and a showcase for some of the finest vehicles available as well as some amazing concepts. The iconic West Sussex circuit is also put to good use with the ‘Hill Climb’ event attracting new and classic vehicles alike.

 

Check out the gallery and try not to drool too much. There’s some absolute beauts!

 

Nissan 2020 Concept

Does it look like a batmobile? [Check] Does it make you drool just looking at it? [check] Would you be an utter don driving this? [Check]. Here’s the future of driving courtesy of Nissan.Goodwood Nissan 2020 Concept frontGoodwood Nissan 2020 Concept side

Goodwood Nissan 2020 Concept rear

 

Aston Martin DP100 Gran Turismo

This concept has been produced for the July release of Gran Turismo and follows a long line of previous hook-ups with the game and vehicle manufacturers. As a result the only track you’ll see it whizzing around is a virtual one…shame!

Aston Martin DP-100 Vision Gran Turismo 2 Aston Martin DP-100 Vision Gran Turismo 3

 

Lamborghini Huracan

Incredible design. 0-60mph in 3.2 seconds. What is there to like about this bullish supercar?

Lamborghini Huracan

 

Ferrari FF

We’ve been in love with this model ever since we managed to get our hands on one.Ferrari FF

 

Ferrari La Ferrari aka F70/F150

This Ferrari is limited in production and uses hybrid technology. Not bad at all and sure to get the attention of the #AutoEco crew!

Ferrari La Ferrari F70 F150

 

McLaren 650S

With only 50 of the coupe and Spider 650S models going into production this is one mean head turner and incredibly sought after supercar. Prices start at £250,000.

McLaren 650S

 

Maserati Alfieri

One of the stars of the Geneva Motor Show back in March it’s got tongues wagging again at Goodwood. The name is borrowed from one of the Maserati founding brothers and is a nod to the company’s ability to build performance coupés as well as saloons.

 

Maserati Alfieri

 

Pagani Zonda

This supercar has been around the block having began production in 1999. Are you familiar with the phrase “If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it”? This is the vehicle living embodiment of it!

 

Pagani Zonda

 

Nissan GT-R Nismo

£125,000 for a Nissan. Yes you read that correctly. Factor in 591bhp, a frankly genius ‘mind’ powering the engine and a build centred on smashing the Nurburgring in 7mins 8 secs and you’ll wish you could find 125k pronto! One of the highest regarded true performance cars the GT-R has been a head turner since day 1 thanks to its aggressive look and unparalleled performance at its price point.

 

Nissan GT-R Nismo

 

 

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