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At the 2017 North American International Auto Show, the global press and public crowds were drawn to the next-generation Chevy Traverse, Honda Odyssey, and Toyota Camry like pigs to a trough. While those models may be mainstream cash cows, they don't exactly get the blood pumping for driving enthusiasts. Off the tip of one automotive site, I was determined to check out the Michelin exhibit for some very rare sheetmetal: two Singer Vehicle Design commissions making their public debuts.

The Monaco Commission

390-horsepower 4.0 liter engine, six-speed manual, houndstooth-style interior pattern all make for a perfect Sunday drive up the coast.

The London Commission

Same 4.0 liter engine, but given its carbon-fiber bucket seats and Michelin Pilot Competition slicks it seems more geared for the track than the street.

True eye candy for any spirited driving enthusiast.

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