Pagani founder Horacio Pagani commissioned his employees to build a one-of-a-kind Zonda. The modifications include a specific windshield, partially covered rear wheel arches, and tartan-upholstered seats sourced from the Huayra BC.
A 1929 Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer received the coveted Best in Show award at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. "We've had the car for several years," said the owner. "The question was whether or not to restore it. I always hate to restore something that doesn't need it. But we finally found enough pictures that we knew the car needed to be restored."
The Nuovo Pantera concept De Tomaso unveiled in 1999 is offered for sale by auction house RM Sotheby's. The design study previewed a successor to the Pantera, but it never reached production. It's a rolling chassis not equipped with an engine, yet it could sell for up to $115,000. It will cross the block in London on September 6.
Mercedes-Benz has built the one millionth example of the GLK/GLC family. The model is exceptionally popular in China; Mercedes points out one out of every two GLCs built is shipped straight to the Chinese market.
Switzerland has made it illegal for motorists to register a Porsche Cayenne powered by the 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6. The temporary ban applies to cars sold new in the country and cars imported from abroad, but it doesn't affect used models already wearing Swiss plates. Porsche needs to prove the model complies with emissions regulations before authorities will consider lifting the ban.
The very first McLaren F1 built for the United States market just sold for $14.2 million before a 10-percent buyer's fee is factored in. It's the most expensive F1 ever, but we suspect it won't keep that title for very long.