First, the 2016 Mystery Models Boss 302 Laguna Seca. This batch is the international release, which, unsurprisingly, has a different lineup than the North American one. The deco is close to the last mainline release of the Laguna Seca (see photo below)
And, to the other cool things I stumbled upon in a local auto show. Please pardon most of the shots, as there are other people appreciating the cars as well.
First, a little Mazda, the R360. Its wheels are bicycle-thin! I hope MBX makes this (and the Cosmo) in the future.
Then, this Mitsubishi Lancer, nicknamed “Box Type” here. It was very popular in its heyday. Note the wheels, and the fins on the fenders (they evoke those on the BMW 3.0 CSL)
Not far from the Box Type is this Panzer... I mean, W123 Wagon.
This LFA seemed to look sad, all caged up in rope.
Beetle Art Car by a local artist, Ben Cab. Even the lovely lady can’t seem to get enough of it.
Inside the hall, and we go to the star of the show. The new Nissan GT-R, on a fenced and rotating plinth.
Toyota answers back with the FT-1 Concept.
Meanwhile, the AMG GT S lurks at the back.