New Auto Debuts

Bugatti unveils one of the world’s fastest sports cars and Rolls-Royce reintroduces The Phantom


In 1925 when Sir Henry Royce introduced the Rolls-Royce Phantom, it was judged ‘The Best Car in the World.’ In the 92 years since, every new iteration of the Phantom has subsequently retained that title. The newest offering, known as New Phantom, is the eighth in a generation of world-renowned vehicles and has proven to be no exception.

Top Speed 155 mph
0-60 5.1 secs
Engine 6.75 liter, V12
Transmission Satellite Aided Transmission, marries to a ZF 8-Speed gearbox
Max Power 563 hp at 5,000 rpm
Starting at $430,000


Originally unveiled at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show, the Bugatti Chiron is the latest in a line of world-class productions from the Molsheim-based sports car manufacturer. The Chiron breaks barriers on several fronts, including being the first production sports car with 1,500 horsepower in addition to a 0 to 60 speed that sets the Chiron up to break a new world speed record. Production of his truly once-in-a-generation vehicle was limited to 500 units, with more than half already sold.

Top Speed 261 mph
0-60 2.3 secs
Engine 8 liter, 16-cylinder
Transmission 7-speed DSG dual-clutch gearbox
Max Power 1,500 hp at 6,700 rpm
Starting at $2,998,000