• Jul 24, 2006
UPDATE 2


The 2006 British Motor Show is going on in London's Excel Center on the banks of the River Thames, so we decided to assemble a meta gallery of shots from the show in case you don't happen to be in the neighborhood. Shots of interest include more angles of the Arash AF10, the woolen Ferrari of Lauren Porter, the Caparo T1 and the 1005-bhp Barabus TKR shown above.

Let us know in the comments if we're missing any good galleries of the 2006 British Motor Show out on the web.

WorldCarFans - not many but includes nice write up by Nick Hall, second collection promised soon
World Car Fans 2 - second gallery with Nick Hall commentary, contains 270-mph Barabus TKR supercar
PistonHeads 1 - not very many, but there's a second one below
PistonHeads 2 - again, not many but decent selection of supercars and oddities
Supercars.net - the largest collection, four pages of the best shots
PopularScience - 11-shot slideshow, many green machines

UPDATE 1 - added PopularScience
UPDATE 2 - added WorldCarFans 2


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      • 8 Years Ago
      • 8 Years Ago
      If memory serves that TVR Cerbera Speed 12 in the picture has 800 or so horse and weighs virtually nothing. It's alleged to be one of the scariest cars to drive in the entire world.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Is that the new concept for Knight Rider?

      Can we leave gary coleman out this time around?
      • 8 Years Ago
      a large collection of picture from BIMS 2006 is on www.informatiiauto.ro/galerie-foto.html

      + 300 pictures (car & babes.. of course ;))
      • 8 Years Ago
      that red car ^ looks like a 2nd gen Camaro combined with a first year viper, wearing a body kit.

      Gotta love those wheels!
      • 8 Years Ago
      yeah but I can still drive it in gran turismo...
      • 8 Years Ago
      Oh my eyes! My eyes!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Every car looks a bit like some other car. Spotting design cues is really quite easy. All manufacturers have to solve pretty much the same problems given the same laws of physics and personnel move between firms. Is it really any surprise that a design as old as the Speed 12 will resemble some other cars?
      • 8 Years Ago
      I was looking for the articles that I had read when I flashed past this picture. My first thought was, "Nice, a Viper wrecked by some jerk who can't drive!" After looking again I am thinking it would be better as a wrecked Viper!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Ryan, that was my first thought as well... I saw the picture before reading the headline and figured it for another another 'cast member' promo shot for the movie.

      My next thought was: Dodge Viper meets the Batmobile (minus wings, I suppose).
      • 8 Years Ago
      The 2006 Speed 12 -- now, with 30% more Speed Holes!

      Based on what I was able to find about the Speed 12 last year, a production Speed 12 was never built, and the one running example was disassembled around 2001. As of late last year, there was only a single rough fiberglass mock-up body rotting behind the TVR factory. Looks like that Russian dude who bought TVR realized it would be a great marketing tool and threw something together for the show. My guess is that this isn't actually a Speed 12 under the skin.

      • 8 Years Ago
      I just hope the driver walked away unhurt.. looks like the roll cage worked.
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