This year's Monterey Car Week sped by (see what we did there) with some of the most beautiful automobiles the world has ever seen and one of the most anticipated happenings is the debut of the latest and greatest models and concepts. One of the most popular debuts this year was the North American debut of the Singer Vehicle Design Dynamics and Lightweight Study (above), a jaw-dropping collaboration between Singer and Williams Advanced Engineering.
Bugatti made headlines with the reveal of their $5.8 million dollar Divo. The menacing hypercar was described by Bugatti President Stephan Winkelmann: “The Divo has significantly higher performance in terms of lateral acceleration, agility and cornering. The Divo is made for corners.”
Though the Bugatti turned a lot of heads, it was the racing-inspried EQ Silver Arrow by Mercedes that had everyone talking. The futuristic single-seater was inspired by W 125 race car from 1937 and imagined an all-electric bullet of a car complete with 168-spoke rose gold wheels, a luxurious saddle brown leather interior, and a 738-hp engine with 250 miles of all-electric range.
Hit the gallery to see the rest of our favorite debuts from the week.
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