Cars Tagged - Open Top
2004 Ferrari F200418
2004 saw the creation of one of the greatest Formula cars of all time, it’s name was the Ferrari F2004.
2021 MG Cyberster Concept5
Ahead of the Shanghai motor show MG have revealed their new concept car, intended to show a glimpse of the brands future design aesthetic.
2021 Ferrari SF2112
After one of the worst seasons in their illustrious history, can Ferrari re-take it’s position at the pointy end of the grid?
2021 Aston Martin AMR2116
Following in the footsteps of Jaguar, Team Lotus and Caterham, Aston Martin are bringing back the green into Formula 1.
2021 Mercedes AMG W12 E Performance15
Perhaps the greatest ever Formula team are back at it again in 2021, looking to win their 8th championship in a row.
2021 Alpine A52116
New name, new management, new livery and the return of a world champion driver.
2021 Red Bull Racing RB16B9
Formula 1’s best hope of a proper challenger to Mercedes in 2021 is Red Bull Racing, and their RB16B is poised to bring the fight.
2021 McLaren MCL35M33
After a third place finish in 2020 McLaren are on the rise, and with a strong driver line-up have the potential to start competing with the top end of the field.
2021 Alfa Romeo C4120
The Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team have skipped the C40 name and gone straight onto C41 for their 2021 F1 race car.
1952 Jaguar C-Type31
Originally dubbed to as the Competition version of the Jaguar XK120 or XK120 C, it would later be referred to as the C-Type.
2020 Lamborghini SC2025
Lamborghini are following in the footsteps of McLaren Ferrari and Aston Martin by releasing their own windscreen-less speedster.
2019 Porsche Vision Spyder Concept17
A modern-day interpretation of the 1954 Porsche 550 Spyder, the Vision Spyder Concept sadly never made it to production.
2020 Morgan 3 Wheeler P10113
The Morgan 3 Wheeler P101 marks the end of production for the current 3 wheeled sports car.
2021 Donkervoort D8 GTO-JD70 R18
Donkervoort have revealed a track-only R version of their D8 GTO-JD70 rocket, ready to take on it’s rivals from Caterham and Arial.
2020 Racing Point RP203
Racing Point drew plenty of attention from their rivals with the reveal of their 2020 Formula 1 car.
2020 Donkervoort D8 GTO-JD706
Dutch supercar maker Donkervoort is celebrating the 70th birthday of it’s founder, Joop Donkervoort, by creating a limited edition version of the D8 GTO.
2021 McLaren Elva by MSO19
McLaren Special Operations have given buyers of the roofless McLaren Elva the option to paint their car with one of two historic Can-Am liveries.
2020 Renault RS206
After regressing in 2019 to a fifth place finish, Renault have big expectations to climb back up the F1 ladder and start competing for wins again.
2021 BAC Mono6
With an impressive 582 hp-per-tonne power to weight ratio, the new BAC Mono is an even better version of the single seater supercar beater.
2021 Aston Martin V12 Speedster8
Another open-top supercar has appeared and this time it’s Aston Martin at the wheel, with their 700 horsepower V12 Speedster.
2021 Bentley Mulliner Bacalar6
Bentley has unveiled their new limited edition car known as the Bacalar, the first of a series of cars from their exclusive coach building brand Mulliner.
2020 Alfa Romeo C395
Alfa Romeo has taken the covers off it’s 2020 Formula 1 car, revealing the C39 in all it’s glory.
2020 Williams FW436
As one of the most famous Formula 1 teams on the grid, Williams are hoping they can reverse the struggles of the lest few years and rise back up the ranks.
2020 AlphaTauri AT015
New name, new colours and new hope, the Toro Rosso F1 team are now AlphaTauri and they have just launched their 2020 challenger called the AT01.
2020 McLaren MCL3519
After a resurgent 2019, will McLaren be able to hold on to their new found position at the top of the Formula 1 mid-field?
2020 Mercedes AMG W11 EQ Performance8
After 6 Formula 1 championships in a row, Mercedes-AMG are back for another season and remain the team to beat.
2020 Ferrari SF100018
The Ferrari Formula 1 team have officially launched their car for the 2020 season, with hope of winning their first championship in the turbo hybrid era.
2021 McLaren Elva19
An open-top speedster that is the brands lightest model to date.
2020 BAC Mono R5
Since it’s first appearance back in 2011, the BAC Mono has made waves as a road going single seater track car specialist.