Canadian International Auto Show officially concluded on Sunday and as of now all of the vehicles have either returned to their owners, or are on the back of trucks to continue their press tours around the globe.
Today we take one final look at the cars of 2015 before hunkering down and gritting our teeth through the cold weather until the
Motorama Custom Car & Motorsports Expo.
Picking things up right where we left off with a few of Drake’s photos of the Pagani Huayra
A behind the scenes look at this shot, I should pull up my pants.
This car truly is art on wheels
You can’t appreciate something like the Huayra without hat tipping to the vehicles of the past that paved the way, like this Bugatti Type 37
Robert Herjavek’s (Shark Tank) LaFerrari was positioned in the north hall and quite a crowd favourite
Nextmods Varis FR-S was parked in the Scion Canada booth
Toyota’s Toyota TS030 Hybrid Lemans car
Another look at Nissan’s BladeGlider zero emission concept. Looks like something out of ‘Tron’ in this photo
Ripley’s brought this Peel P50 Micro car in all of it’s electric four horse power glory
Subaru’s Viziv II concept which is actually a five door despite looking more like a two. It’s considered a ‘Future Generation’ cross over.
Saw blade rotors on a Honda/PASMAG collaboration project
LED tails are rapidly taking over from their incandescent predecessors, I for one welcome our new efficient light emitting overlords
This room never fails to deliver year after year, this year a show room fresh Pantera was playing the corner
A look at the front of the Rip Rod thanks to Mr. Nolte
A few more shots of the Q-80 Inspiration from part 1, if Infiniti plans on moving anywhere near this direction in the future things look promising!
OEM VIP luxury
Jaguar always manages to bring out a few classy sedans to the show
Jaguar’s new contemporary classic, the limited run, F-Type Project 7
Love these handles!
Jaguar states this is the most powerful car they have ever produced, a top speed of 300km/h means plenty of people will see this view if the driver likes the loud pedal
A closer look at some of the details on Kia’s GT4 Stinger concept
Kia ought to hop off the fence with this one and release it to the masses, if Hyundai had success with the Genesis I see no reason why this can’t