Built by TMI Autotech, based in Somerset, England. It had no roof, no windows, and a very small windshield. At one time it was the third fastest accelerating car in the world, moving from 0-60 in 2.89 seconds.
The first hybrid supercar combines gasoline and electric power, but still obtains a combined 903 hp with 664 lb-ft of torque with 727 hp from the gas engine and 176 from the electric engine. After driving 6.3 miles, the car becomes an electric vehicle. It has the capacity to jump from 0-62 mph in three seconds and gets an extra push from its rear wheels with its 7-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.
Built with a M47 Patton tank engine, a Continental AV 1790 5B, this street-legal vehicle was built by a glass artist named Randy Grubb in Grants Pass, Oregon. It housed an engine that weighed 9,500 pounds and operated at 810bhp, brake horsepower or the power that actually reaches the wheels. Made with a strikingly ornate aluminum body worthy of the title, "crystal tan," Jay Leno bought it for $125,000.
Jay Leno's McLaren F1 is one of only one hundred and six F1 cars made between the years 1992 and 1998. It was a streamlined, light structure that had a very different seating configuration, with three seats instead of two. The driver's seat was in the center to provide a better view of the road. This unique vehicle was designed by the famous Formula One car designer, Gordon Murray.
A concept car designed by Gordon Murray and his company, the Light Company Rocket from 1991-1998. It is one of fifty-five cars produced with a single seat and a super lightweight body powered by a Yamaha motor, originally made for motorcycles.
The classic 1980's supercar, owned for over 20 years, was often used as Jay Leno's daily vehicle. In fact, Jay Leno proudly displays a photo of himself and the car's designer, Marcello Gandini taken at a visit to his enormous garage.
This French High-performance car was designed to cruise at 100 mph. Citroen built it from 1970-1975. In 1972, this 3-door liftback won the US Motor Trend Car of the Year award.
This grand touring coupe was powered by Mazda's 2-rotor rotary engine known as the Mazda Wankel engine, a revolutionary invention when this car was released from 1967 to 1995. A production limit of one car per day makes this vehicle a rare commodity.
Produced by Ferruccio Lamborghini, the celebrated Italian automaker between 1966 and 1973, it was an attention getting car, that helped ignite a growing interest in high performance, mid-engine, two-seater sports cars.
This Chevrolet was built with one of two gear configurations: 3.55 and 3.89 gears with a 4-speed transmission. It was often seen in stock car racing events and it frequently was the winning car as it played the role of America's answer to the Porsche.
This car can be fueled with anything from salad oil to jet fuel. Only fifty-five units were built in Ghia of Turin, Italy and then later completed in Detroit, Michigan between 1962 and 1964.
Enzo Ferrari called it the most beautiful car he'd ever seen at its 1961 debut in Geneva. Built between 1961 and 1967, it offered a top speed of 150 mph and could go from 0-60 in seven seconds. The XKE was designed by Malcolm Sayer to be aerodynamic, still its beauty came from its long front body, shortened back, and its uniquely shaped glass covered headlights.
Developed in the early 1950s, it was mass produced starting in 1956 through 1970. It sported luxuries such as extensive rust proofing, reclining front seats, a lighter, a heater, 3-wave radio, and a windshield washer.
This British manufactured two-seater was produced from 1948-1954. The sexy curved lines of this sports coupe maintained its popularity for decades.
Jay Leno's car is a replica of Jean Buggati's design built from 1934-1940. Only 710 were ever produced and today only two are believed to be in existence making the original car worth, by today's estimate, nearly $30 million.
Also built as a drophead coupe, this Bentley 4-carburetor supercar was a replica of a Le Mans racing vehicle. In 2012, an exact version of this car was sold to a Canadian resident for 1.6 million English pounds.
This car was built by the Lycoming Aircraft Company owned by Cord. It pioneered covered headlights, front-wheel drive, independent front suspension, and the alligator rear hinged trunk. A beautiful sedan, though it earned the reputation of being unreliable.
Jay Leno searched far and wide finally locating the last unrestored Duesenberg in a Manhattan garage. In 2005 the Levi Strauss family sold it to Leno.
This 27 Liter Bentley uses a Merlin engine used in WWII era planes. The engine is a V12 and operates with 650-700 horsepower.
This English car was produced by Walter Owen Bentley during 1928 with a 6 and a half liter engine. It had a 180 hp with several different coaches built ranging from its sporty racing version to the everyday road car and the salon patrol cars used in Australia.
Howard Hughes once drove this car at 132.5 mph. Built by Abner Doble, it had a disappearing top on a Murphy-bodied coach run entirely by steam.