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Gallery: Supercars of London 2016

With P1 GTRs, 918s and Koenigseggs, this is like Pokemon Go for cars

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

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  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

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  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

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  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

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  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

  • You should know the score by now. For people who aren’t aware, the premise of our Supercars of London series is simple.

    Firstly, we dispatch Alex Penfold - our supercar paparazzo - onto the streets of London, armed with nothing more than a camera and a bottle of Lucozade. Then, he must play a giant game of hide and seek around the most exclusive parts of town, hunting down car rarities like the Mclaren P1, McLaren F1, the current crop of hybrid hypercars and whatever stumbles his way. It’s like Pokemon Go but with cars. And better.

    Six months later he returns to our office and hands over an SD card with staggering results. This year is no exception. And the summer has only just begun. 

    There's a fantastic flock of flash cars currently kerbside in our capital. Even though the madness of previous years appears to be dying out, plenty of owners still love to brim their supercar tanks full of 98-octane goodness, pay £11.50 to enter central London and endlessly crawl through traffic, before unashamedly parking their new, shiny toy on double yellow lines - right in the firing line of our man Penfold.

    Now, who wants to play a game? Your challenge - if you choose to accept it - is to name all the super expensive metal in the gallery above. A bonus non-refundable Internet Point is also up for grabs to anyone who can also tot up the cost of all this exotica. So click through and leave your answers below. 

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