coordinated with electronic differential control and suspension damping system (SCM-E). Moving to Sant'Agata Bolognese, the new special series from Lamborghini presented in Geneva is called Centenario and only 40 will be built: 20 Coupés and 20 Roadsters. But it’s too late to dream of buying one new; they have already all sold out at a price tag of 1.75 million euros plus taxes. This car is admired for her 770 bhp at 8,600 rpm with a power-to-weight ratio of only 1.97 kg/hp: efficiency that translates into performance: 350 km/h top speed, braking from 100 km/h to zero in 30 metres and accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds. McLaren has chosen to enhance its range starting with the lowest and most competitive segment, introducing the 570 GT model, which emphasizes greater sportiness but without forgetting the concept of “everyday super sports car." The new concept that introduces this hatchback is a truly unprecedented hatch in carbon fibre and glass that allows you to access the 220 litre "touring deck", beautifully lined in leather to indulge fine luggage, which added to the front boot of 150 litres makes its overall load capacity more or less equivalent to that of a Golf VII. The LT 675 Spider, of an entirely different philosophy, is a gem that is the most exclusive open top ever produced in Woking, in a limited edition of 500 units, which sold out like hot cakes in just two weeks. Porsche aims to impress by cleverly downsizing: two cylinders less on the new Cayman 718 Boxster and Spider, replacing them with a turbine, and choosing, not by chance, a name that recalls the legendary turbo version of the Porsche 718 of 1957. Four cylinders, therefore, but still with powers between 300 (for the 2.0 litre) the 350 horsepower (for the 2.5), and an improvement in consumption that touches 13%. Instead the new 911R remains faithful to the six-cylinder boxer, a series limited to 911 specimens that display some exclusive features that make it the lightest and most agile in the range: to name but a few, amongst its finest details are its roof in magnesium and the carbon fibre wheel arches. But its enthusiasts - who will relish the whopping 500 horsepower from the same engine adopted by the GT3 RS - will have to give up air conditioning, radio and the rear seats in order to enjoy its weight of only 1,370 kilograms.