Everybody knows about the Bugatti Veyron, the Acura, and the Enzos, but there are plenty of supercars you never knew existed. These days it seems like supercars are popping up faster than craft beer breweries. Whether they are the product of major car corporation thinktanks or passion projects from engineers, everybody wants to create the fastest, lightest, and most powerful car.
We found some, both new and old supercars you never knew existed.
Let’s check them out:
Arrinera Hussarya 33 – Dream come true
Polish automaker Arrinera gets its name from two words meaning truly streamline. It’s breathtaking supercar, the 211 mph top speed car, embodies this philosophy. Its body was designed through aerodynamic testing for better handling. The Hussarya 33 by the company is described as a Dream-Come-True car. It’s exciting both at high speeds and everyday driving.
This car has several futuristic elements including a push-button controlled active spoiler acting as an air brake at high speeds. It is also the first car to incorporate Graphene, which is a recently discovered lightweight material and above all, it’s 200 times stronger than steel. This beast of a supercar is priced as close to $220,000. The 800 hp 8.2-litre V8 engine provides tremendous acceleration moving the car from 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds and a quarter mile in just 11 seconds. It’s considered as one of the fastest street legal sports cars known today.
AD Tramontana – As exotic as a spacecraft
It may be hard to describe your first glance at the Tramontana because you’ll probably be absolutely speechless. This dominating creation from the Spanish company gets its name from the Spanish northern wind and with its F1 profile and 202 mph rating, the name definitely fits. The first versions were open topped but the close top version; Tramontana R is now available in single or in double in tandem seating. Designed to perform as a combination of Formula 1 racecar and fighter jet, each Tramontana is custom designed for the driver. It comes in a mind-bending cost of around $800,000. Powered by a mid-mounted twin turbo Mercedes-Benz 5.5 liter V12 engine with dual selectable settings of 550 or 720 hp.
DC Avanti, one beautiful machine
Indian company DC design began developing its first production vehicle in 2010, and now it’s here. It’s a sports car based on the Studebaker Avanti. The body style looks like that of a Ferrari or a Lamborghini. The uniquely shaped front grille intimidating tapering hood and large headlamps give the car amazing front view. The rear view is equally impressive highlighted by the V-shaped taillights and an armored shaped hood.
The Avanti’s interior is generously roomie but unlike the stunning body style, the cockpit steering wheel and instrumentation are far more of a basic design and almost a throwback to sports cars of decades past. The Avanti’s wicked exterior gives the impression of speed and performance although it’s a bit modest in its category. Its turbocharged two-liter produces only 250 hp which means it needs 7.5 seconds to reach from 0 to 60 mph. The prices are starting around $640,000.
Superlite SL-C – Made for speed
If you are dreaming of building an awesome supercar yourself the Superlite cars makes that possible. SL-C is one of the easiest and least expensive supercars to build. Coming in at $44,000, this car includes everything except the drivetrain and the tires. This DIY even includes the interior and suggesting engine types include the Chevy LS V8 or a twin-turbo Lexus V8. If you think you are ready to build your awesome supercar grab a standard set of tools and give it the best shot.
Falcon F7 is a true American supercar. It was designed and build in Detroit by engineer Jeff Lemke and Falcon Motorsports. Having a modern appeal, the powertrain is borrowed from the Corvette ZO6 and the 1100 hp twin turbo V8 engine mounted behind the seats rockets the falcon 200 mph and accelerating from 0 to 60 in 2.7 sec. The $225,000 Falcon F7 is the supercar lovers’ dream.
Vaydor G35 – The real life transformer
Finally an amazing Europe supercar without the supercar price. What’s more, you can build this one at home. It features a complete interior conversion wrapped in leather and suede. In your color of choice is an additionally offered option. Installing the Vader 35 kit is relatively straightforward, with no changes to the wiring or mechanical components.
Sin R1 – Stays true to the spirit of racecars
Sin Car is introducing us in one sports car priced at around $110,000. It’s impressive yet subtle the R1’s carbon fiber body looks like it’s ready to take flight. With a racing steering wheel, roll cage and real racing seats, the R1 is geared for those who crave the feel of raw competition.
This one, though, doesn’t just talk performance. It delivers as well! It’s GM sourced 6.2-liter 525 hp LS3 V8 engine push the R1 to blazing speeds. Coming in at 0 to 62 mph in 3.5 sec and a top speed of 170 mph an hour.