Monterey 2010 Roundup: Mercedes, Ferrari and more

By Peter Chubb - Aug 15, 2010

Over the past few days Autoblog has been attending the Monterey 2010 show and has offered an insight into some great vehicles. We recently covered two of the hottest vehicles that were making their debut in North America – the McLaren MP4-12C and Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport.

The German’s know that they have some tough competition with the Italians at this year’s show, which is why they decided to show off the chrome Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3. The car has no paint on it, so is even lighter offering greater performance. More details here.

The Ferrari F40 birthday party held at Monterey 2010 was awesome as those in attendance were treated to an awesome display of more than a dozen of these vehicles. Most of you know that this car was built in celebration of Ferrari’s 40th anniversary. More information here

Another car that made its U.S. debut appearance was the Perana Z-One. Autoblog believes that the design of this car makes all the Italian offerings look silly in comparison. Just remember that you will need a spare $100,000 to own one, more details here.

What was the highlight of Monterey 2010 for you?

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