Celebrating 30 Years of Goodwood Festival of Speed

Find out what performance vehicles caught our eye

The 2023 Goodwood Festival of Speed was the stage for a host of launches for the world’s latest and greatest cars. This year was one of the biggest ever, with some hugely anticipated models being seen out in public for the first time. We couldn’t wait to see what these powerhouses were revealing.

Throughout the festival, we were witness to a huge number of brand new vehicles making their debut, with several hugely exciting supercars including the Lamborghini Revuelto, Pagani Utopia and the one-off Ferrari KC23 testing their metal on the notorious Hillclimb.

So, What Caught Our Eye?

AIM EV Sport 01

It’s designed by Shiro Nakamura, the man behind the Nissan GT-R among other things. Hailed as an all-new electric sportscar that we thought it looked absolutely stunning.

Caterham Electric Seven

Yes, this is indeed an electric Caterham Seven! Here at Auto-Fasteners we think this is an interesting crossover. Presenting classic 1960s styling with modern 2020s electrification, but super lightweight. A pocket rocket to watch.

Whilst we are talking about Caterham – let us mention the Caterham Project V

Making its global debut at the 2023 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Project V is to be a closed-wheel, closed-cockpit sportscar of a style we haven’t seen from Caterham since the ill-fated 21. Completely side-stepping away from the classic Seven semi-open-wheel look.

McMurtry Spéirling Pure

The McMurtry Spéirling is already in the Goodwood history books when Its record-smashing run up the Hill to win the Timed Shootout in 2022. However, this year, McMurtry introduced the first prototype of its track only version available to the public – the Spéirling Pure.

MG Cyberster

A convertible EV? We said the same. The MG Cyberster made its dramatic debut on Thursday. Is this the beginning of a new era of exciting electric cars?

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