Everyone loves supercars, but if you haven’t check them for a while here is a short list of the best ones. Competition has always been intense among supercar builders with new companies constantly stepping into the ring. Luckily, the companies always have something newer and more powerful in hand.
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The Dutch Company with a CEO Robert Colvin has placed Holland squarely in the mix with the Venture Sarthe. Now in production, after three years of development, inspired by the 1918s LeMans race cars and named after the La Sarthe, this iconic supercar is a blend of past, present and the future. The raw power comes from its 622 HP 6.3-liter supercharged V8. Because of its light weight, this Dutch daemon hits 0-60 in 3.6 sec. and top speeds of 210 mph.
Canada’s new supercar. It was built as a second-generation prototype, so the mid-forward engine and rear-wheel drive has an improved tubular frame chassis. Its 1,135 kg (2,502 lb) curb weight is distributed in a 50:50 ratio between front and back. It has 6.2-liter V8 engine with a cast aluminum engine block punching 525 bhp and 489 ft-lb of torque. As to performance, Felino says that those numbers won’t be available until tests are completed later this year.
Designed for the road and born on the track, the car gives new meaning to the light, high-performance sports car, mixed with world class styling. Because of its carbon fiber construction, it weighs only 1,650 pounds. As for the performance, this 500 hp Beast can reach 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds. The Beast is raw, pure and powerful.
A car of the company is already in the Geniuses Books of records for the fastest quarter mile time ever in an electric car. The Croatian-based company is powered by 4 lithium battery electric motors and gearboxes so that the total output comes to a ridiculous 878 hp. It’s carbon fiber shape makes it look fast and intimidating.
Supercar or a spaceship? Ypu can have both with the supercar company Arash. It has two models, AF10 and AF8. The latter comes only in yellow and it’s a mid-positioned 500 hp 7-liter V8 engine that translates into some serious speed with accelerations from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds. The AF10 on the other hand is an iconic rear wing plane shaped body having 2080 hp. It hits 0-60 in 2.8 seconds.
With a sensuous, serious body engineered by ex-Pininfarina manager Paolo Garella and a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6, derived from Honda’s Daytona Prototype engine and tuned by Autotechnica Motori, the car performed well. It looks almost the same to the car that raced at the Nurburgring, with a low nose, peaked fenders, and a dorsal fin rising off the roof.
A California-based company that gave the name to the car to describe superiority over European supercars may be one of the most powerful supercars ever made. Its futuristic aerodynamic carbon-fiber body exudes speed. Of the models available, the ultimate monster is the 2,000 horsepower is Nemesis RR with a potential speed of over 270 mph. 0-60? In just 2.8 sec.