In a move which has firmly cemented the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed as the closest thing to a British motor show currently on the motoring calendar, a number of manufacturers chose to showcase their latest models on Lord March's estate.
There were many moments to choose from, be it the first chance to see Skoda's Yeti Xtreme and Citijet concepts on UK soil alongside Seat's Ibiza Cupster, taking a closer look at Peugeot's new 2008-based Dakar racer, or perhaps marvel at special displays featuring Mazda's 25th anniversary MX-5 special and Maserati's Alfieri.
Here's just some of our favourite new metal from the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014.
One of a duo of concept cars specially created for the Gran Turismo 6 video-game, Aston Martin's designers were given free reign to create the supercar of their dreams. Sitting very low on the ground, the mid-engined concept car was envisioned with a twin-turbocharged V12 engine on board. With 800bhp available alongside 774lb ft of torque, gamers should have more than enough to play with when the model becomes available for download next month.
To the vast majority, Nissan's own Gran Turismo project, the Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo, will remain a virtual racer. The rumour-mill has been in overdrive ever since the car's reveal, however, that it could in fact point towards the styling of the next GT-R. Nissan bosses haven't denied the similarities, either, merely telling us there are styling clues on the car which hint towards a model bound for 2020. Exact virtual power outputs for the car haven't been revealed, but officials have told us they had planned for a 3.5-litre hybrid powertrain to be used.