We’ve spotted it undisguised, and it doesn’t disappoint. Where the current version is a little odd in styling, with a bit of an oversized face, the next one improves immeasurably upon it, being just the right amounts of menacing and elegant, and altogether more cohesive than the current car. Can’t wait.
Gordon Murray coupé
Gordon and I share a favourite car - the Smart Roadster Coupé, for its size, packaging and fun approach. Murray has taken inspiration from the Smart and applied the small sports car ethos to his next project: a dinky, McLaren F1-inspired sports car with what could be a three-cylinder, 150bhp engine. I want it already.
Wood & Pickett Cheltenham 6
Quite the opposite to the above, the Wood & Pickett Cheltenham 6 might not have been given the best name back in the 1980s, when a Range Rover was chopped about to create it, but it has the best everything else. Blade Runner styling, six wheels, huge road presence and a red-pinstripe-on-black paint job. Lovely.
Old Smokey F1