TORONTO, Ont. — Opulence. Power. Performance. Cutting-edge technology. The 2024 Canadian International AutoShow has assembled one of its finest collections of luxury and exotic cars in the history of the show.

Electrifying — in some cases, quite literally — and meticulously crafted, these are the top of the top, some of the finest cars in the world that fuel automotive dreams.

Here is a glimpse at some of the cars at the AutoShow this year that carry a price tag in excess of $1 million:

  • Bugatti Chiron — Only 1,500 of this car were made worldwide, and the black beauty with rose gold trim shown at the AutoShow is the last of those 1,500. A symphony of engineering and exclusivity, the Chiron is the pinnacle of Bugatti’s legacy. (Grand Touring Automobiles, 700 Level, South Building)
  • Dallara IR6-001/Honda — Driven by Canadian Motorsport Hall of Famer Dario Franchitti for Chip Ganassi Racing to victory at the 2010 Indy 500. Franchitti scored three poles and three race wins on ovals to claim the IndyCar Series titles in 2010 and 2011.
  • Ferrari 250 LWB Tour de France — These competition cars were constructed in Superleggera form by Scaglietti. The car seen at the AutoShow was crashed during testing at the 1957 Nurburgring 1000km race, and then again during practice for the 1957 Tour de France — but was hastily repaired and ran to a second-place finish. It then finished eighth in the Buenos Aires 1000 km before being imported to the U.S. In 1971 it was restored to the same livery it bore in its 1957 Tour de France race. (Cobble Beach Classics, 100 Level, North Building)
  • Ferrari Enzo — Named after Ferrari’s legendary founder, only 400 Enzos rolled off the production line. Often referred to as Ferrari’s first hypercar, the Enzo has a 6.0L naturally aspirated V-12 engine, pushing 651 horsepower and 485lb-ft of torque. It hits 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds. (Ferrari Classiche, 100 Level, North Building)
  • Lamborghini Countach LP400S “Lowbody” — Once described as the “ultimate supercar” and “an adrenalin-inducing motorized dart” by Motorsport Magazine, the Countach is capable to topping 100 mph in less than 12 seconds, with a top speed of 180 mph. This particular Lowbody Countach, having never been apart, is a true time capsule, and an exemplary piece of groundbreaking and historically significant mobile art. (Cobble Beach Classics, 100 Level, North Building)
  • Marmon Sixteen Convertible Coupe — Only 44 of the 1932 Marmon Sixteen Convertible Coupes were originally built, and only eight remain. Showcasing the elegance and power of a bygone era, it boasts a 200-horsepower 16-cylinder engine and aluminum block, with an aluminum body over wood made by LeBaron. (Cobble Beach Classics, 100 Level, North Building)
  • Pagani Huayra — A car inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci’s belief that art and science are disciplines that need to walk alongside one another, the Pagani Huayra melds exceptional design with state-of-the-art performance. A twin turbo lightweight engine by Mercedes-AMG delivers 730 horsepower, giving the brute-force feeling of an airplane taking off. (Pfaff, 300 Level, North Building)
  • Pagani Huayra Roadster — Described by Horatio Pagani himself as the “most complicated project” Pagani has ever undertaken, the Huayra Roadster is and ambitious car that is artistically designed and loaded with tech. (Pfaff, 300 Level, North Building)
  • Pagani Zonda R Liquid — The rigid but lightweight carbon-titanium central monocoque houses a Mercedes-Benz AMG V12 high performance racing engine, putting out 750 horsepower. It takes only 2.7 seconds for the Zonda R Liquid to go from a dead stop to 100 km/h. (Pfaff, 300 Level, North Building)
  • Pininfarina Battista — This Italian-made hypercar is a work of art. This fully electric masterpiece shoots off the line to hit 100 km/h in 1.86 seconds — a testament to the fusion of performance and sustainability. (Grand Touring Automobiles, 700 Level, South Building)
  • RB18 — A show car of the World Championship-winning Red Bull Racing RB18 car driven by Max Verstappen in the 2022 Formula One World Championship, in which he amassed 17 wins, 28 podiums and eight poles. (Red Bull fan Zone, 700 Level, South Building)
  • Rimac Nevera — The “halo” car that opened the AutoShow’s Media Preview Day this year, the Rimac Nevera is more than just a hypercar — it’s a lightning bolt on wheels. The world’s quickest car, it rockets to 100 km/h in 1.81 seconds, pushed by an astonishing 1,888 horsepower. It has a top speed of a mind-bending 451 km/h. (Grand Touring Automobiles, 700 Level, South Building)
  • Shelby 427 Cobra — One of only 260 street cars produced — and only 100 delivered with dual carburetors — this 1966 Cobra is one of the very few 427s that has a totally unblemished history and was never modified with competition features. The car has only been driven 14,000 miles from new and still retains its near perfect original seats, all of its original glass and original unmodified chassis, body, engine, transmission, rear end and chassis tag. In 2023, Legendary Motorcar Company completed a ground up concours restoration. This 427 Cobra is undoubtedly one of the very best in existence. (Cobble Beach Classics, 100 Level, North Building)
  • Stutz Super Bearcat — A rare find, with fewer than 10 existing models of the 1932 Stutz Super Bearcat known to exist in present day. A classic of the era, it was designed to stand out as the ideal evolution from its original sporty nature to a luxury car. The Super Bearcat is a true factory built “Hot-Rod” of the era. (Cobble Beach Classics, 100 Level, North Building)

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About the Canadian International AutoShow, presented by The Toronto Star

Celebrating the automobile since 1974, the Canadian International AutoShow features more than 650,000 square feet of exhibits, displays and attractions spanning the North and South Buildings of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. With annual attendance in excess of 350,000, the Canadian International AutoShow is not only the largest automotive expo in Canada, it is also the country’s largest consumer show. A leader in lifestyle, technology and all things automotive, it is a showcase for the latest cars, trucks, SUVs, concept cars, exotics, classics, muscle cars, electric vehicles, alternative fuel vehicles and autonomous vehicles.

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