Before the end of the year, Morgan will expand the line-up with this Plus Four CX-T. It has been developed together with off-road specialists Rally Raid UK and production will be limited to just eight examples. Compared to the standard Plus Four, the CX-T boasts a raised suspension, a trick differential and all sorts of off-road equipment. It is clearly aimed for the Morgan enthusiast for whom driving on the road is just not quite exciting enough.
Brabham are set to enter GT2 racing with this BT63, which is due to make its competition debut at the Paul Ricard European GT2 Championship round at the start of October. Not quite homologated yet, it will compete in the invitation class but it will add some spice to the category packed mainly with Audis and Porsches. We expect further details on the BT63 a little closer to its first official outing.
Honda will bring the curtain down on the second generation NSX with a high performance Type S version. Production is limited to just 350 examples, which we assume includes the Acura badged models and crucially, it will be the first ever NSX Type S available outside of Japan. The first car will be auctioned by Mecum in their Monterey sale next week.

Enjoy the links:

2022 Brabham BT63 GT2

2021 - 2022 Honda NSX Type S

2021 Morgan Plus Four CX-T