As always this year's Autosport International show served up a feast of motorsport and performance car delights for fans.
Hotly anticipated reveals from noteworthy manufacturers and start-ups drew the crowds during the first part of the show.
There were three major debuts for 2016. First, Ginetta unveiled its G57 prototype, a dramatic, 580bhp LS3-engined racer set for Le Mans.
With a carbonfibre monocoque and crash box, aerodynamic package and styling straight off a Le Mans starting grid, the Ginetta proved one of the most popular models at the show.
Zenos’ E10 R also made its debut at the show, and, although no formal silk-sheet-lift took place, the news was broken that Zenos is to expand its range to three models, with the two new product lines promising a more practical approach.
The hardcore E10 R with its power-to-weight ratio of 500bhp per tonne caused a stir at the show, with the limited edition Drive edition having almost sold out, and orders already being processed for the track-focused E10 variant.