The Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II first built in 1993 and the last of the Evo specials. An AWD rally bred hot hatchback from Italy.
The Mercedes-AMG GT R from 2017. Based on the AMG GT with modification to the engine, suspension and body, including the large rear wing.
The Porsche 911 GT3RS 4.0 was released in 2011 towards the end of the 997 based GT3 cars. It has a 4.0 litre engine, up from the 3.8 in the regular GT3 and GT3RS and other lightweight features. Only 600 were produced.
The Nissan Skyline Silhouette GTS launched in 1998 from the Special Vehicles Division in Australia. The model ran until 1990 with minor changes.
The Holden HZ followed on from the HJ and HX models and the first to have the Radial Tuned Suspension of RTS. It ran until 1980 when the Commodore became Holden’s family car for Australia.
The Ferrari F355 was produced from 1994 to 1999 in Maranello, Italy. Available as a 2 door Berlinetta, targa top or spider. A mid mounted V8 engine and manual or F1 automated manual gearbox.
The Datsun 260Z or Nissan Fairlady Z two door coupe. Model designation S30 and the 260Z followed the 240Z and was in turn followed by the 280Z.
The Volkswagon Golf R32 from 2004 and the end of the Mark 4 model. A front mounted VR6 engine and 5 speed transmission running to all four wheels.
The Aston Martin V8 Vantage is a two door grand tourer coupe of roadster. A front mounted V8 engine and either manual or automated manual transmissions.
The Nissan R35 GT-R was shown in 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show for a 2008 release. As a 2+2 coupe it is referred to as both a sportscar and a grand tourer. Most likely because of the performance levels well ahead of other similar cars at the time.
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The Lancia Stratos Zero appeared in 1970 and designed by Gandini head designer at Bertone. Features a V4 engine from the Lancia Fulvia.
The Lotus Exige Cup 430 is a lightweight two door sportscar with a name derived from the 430 PS engine. It is a mid engine rear wheel drive car released in late 2017.
The Holden Torana LX SL/R 5000 sedan from 1974 to 1975. The L34 option was available in 1975 and features a more powerful engine and body modifications such as the bolt on flares.
The Toyota Supra 4th generation or A80 two door coupe. Production ran from 1993 to 2002 and has gone on to become a classic JDM collectible car due in part to the 2JZ-GTE engine.
The Porsche 928 GTS from 1992 to 1995 and the last of the 928 V8 model. A front mounted 4 valve per cylinder V8 engine.
The Mazda FD RX7 is the 3rd generation RX7 featuring a rotary engine and in this case the 13B two rotor version. Veilside, a Japanese aftermarket tuner produced bodykits that changed the look of the car considerably.
The Pontiac Fiero was the GM brand’s mid engine sports car built between 1983 and 1988. A rear wheel drive car with a manual or automatic transmission.
Ford Falcon XP Squire wagon built from 1965 to 1996 and features the woody styling on the sides and tailgate. It was replaced by the Fairmont later in the production cycle.
The Honda NSX or Acura NSX had a V6 engine driving the rear wheels. It was produced from 1990 to 205 with minor changes. Ayrton Senna was involved in the development.
Holden HX Sandman ute. The HX range was from 1976 to 1977 with a V8 engine. The Sandman featured a few parts in common with the Monaro GTS.