Audi TT RS Plus
20bhp more powerful than the TT RS, the Audi TT RS Plus will be available in coupe and roadster form, with a six-speed manual 'box or optional seven-speed dual-clutch unit. Limited top speed rises to 174mph, suspension is even firmer, and there are styling upgrades inside and out, while economy is little affected.
Bentley EXP 9 F concept
As long as a Range Rover, but lower and much more powerful, the Bentley EXP 9 F concept shows off the marque's tentative plans to built a super-luxury SUV. In production W12 form, it would cost around £150,000 and reach 180mph, though a diesel V8 and petrol V6-based plug-in hybrid are also touted.
Bentley Mulsanne Driving Specification
For those seeking additional agility from their 2.5-tonne saloon, the Bentley Mulsanne Driving Specification pack adds a Sport button to the existing Drive Dynamics control system, yielding more focused responses from the steering and air suspension. New 21in wheels and exterior and interior styling tweaks complete the pack.
Bertone Nuccio concept
A typically sleek concept from the celebrated design outfit from Turin, the Bertone Nuccio is named for former boss, Giuseppe 'Nuccio' Bertone, and marks the company's centenary. The mid-rear engined project has a muscular shape, but powertrain details have not been announced.
BMW M135i concept
Part of the new M Performance range, the BMW M135i concept is close to the production version that's expected on sale late this year. The most powerful of the new 1-series models, its twin-turbo, six-pot engine is likely to produce around 320bhp, and chassis and brake upgrades, plus cosmetic lifts, differentiate the model.
More M Performance fayre, this time in pioneering diesel form. The BMW M550d and M550d Touring are expected to appear in October, following the X5 M50d and X6 M50d's June launch. All use a triple-turbo six-cylinder diesel engine that'll boast more torque than the M5, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The BMW M6 has been unveiled in coupe and convertible forms. BMW claims supercar-levels of performance for their fastest-ever two door cars: with a twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 producing 552bhp, they have a top speed of 189mph and will reach UK showrooms in September. The coupe will be priced from £93,795, the convertible £5200 more.
The facelifted BMW X6 includes exterior and interior changes, plus a choice of new paintwork shades and leather options. Three petrol and two diesel variants will be available when the refreshed model is released in June alongside the M Performance diesel X6, and prices will start at £46,725, rising to to £85,680 for the X6M.
Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport
The most powerful roadster of all time, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, will be based on the existing open-topped Grand Sport model, but with the significant hikes in power and torque seen on the closed-topped Super Sport version. Power increases 197bhp over the Grand Sport to 1184bhp, while torque is 1105lb ft.