There have only been eight new Porsche 911s since 1963. The whole body on this new model has changed from the 991, as has the interior which contains reconfigurable screens. The same smooth driving experience of a 911 remains the same though, and this new model feels very natural to control, even if the steering is a little quicker than it was in the 992.
Officially the fastest car on planet Earth, the Bugatti Chiron reaches an astonishing 288 miles an hour. It can do 0-62mph in under thee seconds and it has great handling. The first 200 Chirons were sold before the first delivery of the car, which considering a Chiron will set you back over £2.5m, tell you everything you need to know about how anticipated this model is.
The new Ferarri Pista has been redesigned and it’s faster and more agile than ever before. With a twin-turbo 3.9-litre V8 engine, the car has received critical acclaim across the board; it has brilliant balance, is extremely comfortable and is wonderfully impressive both in its design and under the bonnet.
Billed as 'the most extraordinary car in Lamborghini’s history' by chairman Stephan Winkelmann, the Aventador Roadster is a four-wheel-drive beast that can reach 217mph with or without the roof on. With its chiselled looks, the Aventador is extremely stylish as well as breathtakingly quick, and with a glossy black interior and option of a transparent engine bonnet, this is a car that looks as good as it drives.
Undoubtedly the vehicle most suited to a spy movie on this list, the brand-new Aston Martin Vantage is a very comfortable car to drive. It turns corners nicely, it’s light and agile and the steering is very responsive.