Koenigsegg doesn't call the Regera a "Bugatti killer" for nothing. Packed with a combined 1,500-plus horsepower (from three electric motors and a traditional V8 combustion engine), a top speed of 248 mph it can hit in under 20 seconds, and a 2.8-second sprint time, the Swedish supercar is arguably the biggest unveiling of the 2016 New York Auto Show.
Bloomberg Pursuits' Hannah Elliott took the McLaren 570S for a spin in the Swiss countryside. This new supercar is still very much a speed machine but more practical than its competitors. Most surprising, it gets 38 miles to the gallon.
The cars of the future are on show in Detroit - or at least parts of them are. The city's hosting the North American International Auto Show - where designers are displaying their new ideas. But drivers will have to wait to get behind the wheel.
A company in the US has constructed the first vehicle made on a 3D printer. Printed in just 44 hours, the car is still undergoing crash-testing but its CEO hopes people will be able to take them for a spin as early as 2017.