• There's never a bad time for Pagani, and with the reveal of the Cinque Roadster and Zonda PS, these happen to be very good times. Speedhunters took a tour of the Pagani factory and caught some beauteous shots a Cinque and Zonda R being built...[Thanks for the tip, Philip]
  • There's also never a bad time to hold on to money, and this month Lexus is offering the relentless pursuit of savings: 20% off of its entire line of F Sport accessories. Head over to Autoweek and print the coupon, take it to a Lexus dealer, then listen to the whisper quiet Lexus cash register go a little easier on you...
  • And if you save enough money you might be able to buy one of these: the GTbyCitroen. £1.1 million ($1.83 million USD) gets you more exclusivity and wackier looks than a Veyron or Reventon. If you want to see what kind of looks you might get when you drive it, check out this vid of the GT on a bitumen-hugging tour of London...[Thanks for the tip, John]
  • And in other corners of the worldwide Autoblog universe, Autoblog UK is at the Goodwood Festival with coverage and humoungous high-res photo galleries from day one and day two. By the time it's finished they'll also have plenty of shots of the Lime Green Limey XKR and the first production Alfa 8C Spider making its debut at the English event. And over on the Spanish speaking side...
  • If, on the other hand, you think that the "ideal driving experience is not driving," then you'll want to check out the atnmbl. That's short for "autonomobile," a product of San Francisco Industrial Design firm Mike and Maaike. An ultimately wired home/living room/office that takes itself where you need to go, it pooh-poohs speed and acceleration in favor of time savings. You've still got some time behind the wheel, however -- the atnmbl isn't due until 2040...
  • Mercedes, on the other hand, is getting ready for life at the top with its SLS supercar. Spotted with a lot less cladding we can begin to discern the lines, and in case you've been looking for more cowbell length up front, this will be the car for you. And if you want to drive it before everyone else, sign up for AMG's Driving Academy at Laguna Seca where there'll be one on hand with what is sure to be plenty of thrust. And back down there in the antipodes the Joss Supercar stepped out from behind the curtain and came out to play...
  • Speaking of thrust, The Stig has been known to display a bit of it himself around the Top Gear test track. This shot, though, captures him employing a completely different sense of the word. For a glimpse of a man who cannot -- and should not -- be copied, here's Jeremy Clarkson reviewing the Mercedes 600 SEL. Although it looks like it could have been filmed with W. C. Fields, it was actually done in 1991. And for another take on Clarkson, there are few better ways to end a week than with a trip to Clarkson Island...[Thanks for the tips Ben and Boston Eric]

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