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Concepts, limited editions, one-offs and test mules – these are the top five cars to break cover in the past month

 Ferrari 458  MM special
Ferrari 458  MM special, car news

This is Ferrari’s latest one-off creation, conceived by the Ferrari Styling Centre for a British customer. Based on a 458 Speciale, the car features a new aluminium and carbon  body with improved aerodynamics brought about by lowering the roofline and improving airflow over, under and through the car.

ASTON Martin  VANquish Zagato
ASTON Martin  VANquish Zagato, car news

The fifth car to come from Aston Martin’s collaboration with Italian coachbuilder Zagato is the delightful Vanquish Zagato.
The design was led jointly by Aston’s chief creative officer, Marek Reichman, and the Italian design house’s Andrea Zagato, and was engineered and developed at Gaydon .
Built of carbonfibre, the concept showcases potential design and construction ideas for future Aston models, which sadly means that this V12-engined concept is unlikely to venture far from the show stand.

BMW  M3 30 Jahre
BMW  M3 30 Jahre, car news

It’s 30 years since BMW gave us a box-arched two-door saloon and created an icon. To mark the anniversary, a special ‘30 Jahre’ model based on the M3 Competition Pack has been revealed.
Along with Frozen Silver metallic paint, there are new springs, dampers and anti-roll bars. Power is up to 450hp from 430hp, and the price? An estimated $420,800. Just two are earmarked for Singapore.

Hyundai  i30 N performance
Hyundai  i30 N performance, car news

May’s 24-hour race at the Nürburgring was memorable for many things (aside from the biblical hailstorm that stopped the race for 90 minutes), one being the debut of the first model under Hyundai’s forthcoming N Performance brand.
The Korean firm used the race to test a 2-litre turbocharged version of the i30 that will lead the manufacturer into the hot hatch arena later this year.

NissaN GT-R NisMo
NissaN GT-R NisMo, car news

The paint was barely dry on the new 2017MY GT-R when Nissan’s racing arm, Nismo, pulled the covers off its interpretation of the updated super coupe.
Power is 600hp – the same as for the last Nismo GT-R – but the Bilstein dampers have been retuned and the grille, bumper and aero kit are all made from carbonfibre. Airflow has been improved and downforce increased, with the new Nismo GT-R said to generate more downforce than any Nissan road car ever.
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