Today at the Goodwood Festival of Speed several new models made their world dynamic debuts on the 1.16-mile Hillclimb course. The McLaren P1, Alfa Romeo 4C, SIN R1, Skoda Octavia vRS and VUHL 05 all took to the challenging Hill in front of thousands of people.
The 185,000 visitors expected over the weekend can expect to see over 75 of the latest supercars and first glance cars in action.
Festival-goers are also able to see the supercars up-close in the Michelin Supercar Paddock. This is a mecca for automotive performance and design, where manufacturers are invited up to the Michelin stage for an interview with British Touring Car Championship ace Tim Harvey.