It's electric and autonomous, but it also sports one gnarly vintage look.
The Carfection team discuss McLaren's latest hypercar, the Paris Motor Show and more.
Join us for a quick lap around the 2018 Paris Motor Show to see some of the best cars on display.
With almost 300 horsepower on tap, the SQ2 should be a pretty good time.
The names might be weird, but the looks are pretty choice.
Think of it as an A-Class hatchback with the added versatility of a taller roof.
With up to 271 horsepower on tap, it's plenty sprightly.
Mercedes says a new A45 is coming next year, but for now, this slightly more affordable A35 packs all the gorgeous tech we've seen in the most recent A-Class sedan.
These cars might not be coming to the States, but they still caught our eye at this year's Paris show.
The company plans to have an SUV and a sedan on sale in 2019.
It might not rival the ludicrous speeds of its combustion engined counterpart, but this drivable Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron is still an engineering marvel.
With F1-inspired tech wrapped around a 400-horsepower V6, this is one serious sports coupe.
I hope you like forbidden fruit, because this one definitely ain't comin' Stateside.
The sedan will come with two power outputs, but the SUV will make do with one.
The Mercedes-Benz B-Class combines two things US car buyers loathe -- wagons and vans. So it's no surprise that it isn't coming to America.
It's meant to represent "upscale ride hailing," which seems pretty spot on.
A hatchback that looks like a small van? It's probably best the otherwise excellent-looking B-class isn't headed stateside.
The first of Ferrari's new Icona series is based on the 812 Superfast and comes with a $1.75 million price tag. The big question is: Would you spec yours with one seat or two?
GAC brings its entire lineup to this year's Paris Motor Show.
This thing is nicer than my living room and it can drive itself.
It's still a hot hatchback, but it has a more coupe-like silhouette.
Arguably one of the biggest announcements at the 2018 Paris Motor Show is the new BMW 3 Series, boasting refined styling and updated interior tech.
BMW hopes the 3 Series will once again become the benchmark for all luxury/sport sedans.
In a hot minute the first production Speedster will make its way out of the factory in 2019.
Expect more Ferraris in the future to pack vintage good looks.
The new US-Mexico-Canada agreement is already making waves in the American auto industry.
Lust after it all you want, ladies and gents, but this subcompact cutie isn't coming stateside.
The European-market Toyota Corolla Sport Wagon is everything that's great about the new hatchback model, only longer.
The compact Panamera gets updated inside and out, bringing its look and tech in line with the Panamera and Cayenne.