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Look for RS-badged crossovers right now.

Hardest of hardcore AMG GT models is seemingly close to production

Like the Black Series of the past, it should be something special.

It's called Hipercar until a final name is decided

The official debut will be in 2019.

Running down all the exotics and classics on display

... and set a new record.

The Lambo takes on a Model S, too.

It's just one of three created for Horacio Pagani's 60th birthday.

The yellow and black color scheme can be seen on classic Bugattis as well.

We're quite sure there will never be another one exactly like it.

All you need for a custom fuchsia McLaren is a call to MSO... and a deep pocketbook.

Just the tip of the iceberg of the incredible cars on display.

With 690 horsepower and 507 pound-feet of torque, the Kode 0 can hit 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds.

Enjoy our video coverage of the Cruise.

We'll be posting live video on our social media accounts, and on this post, throughout the Cruise.

1995 car is first F1 imported to the US.

The legend of the F1 only grows.

The second rumored McLaren Ultimate Series car in a month.

FCA Head of Design Ralph Gilles bids the Viper farewell on Instagram.

The company will keep the final car for its heritage collection.

Turns out becoming the fastest road car was sort of a happy coincidence.

It'll debut at Pebble Beach on Friday.

Inspired by Italian wedge-shaped supercars.

The new models are shown alongside the production Zagato Volante.

It's a little unclear what the race organizers did wrong.

Red, white and carbon.

It's a great-looking tribute to the GT40's 1967 Le Mans win.

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