The most supercar crazy countries in the world have been revealed tanks to a recent research using data from Facebook’s billions of users. The study utilized by Facebook Audience Insights, is published interactively and identifies which supercars have the most fervent fanbase.
Which are world’s supercar crazy countries?
Continue reading to find out if Noble cars really are most popular in Germany and which country tops Italy with more Ferrari fans?
They love their motor racing. After all, their country is also home to Spa-Francorchamps in the Ardennes Forest, one of the most challenging circuits in the world. According to the Facebook data, Aston Martins are a favourite here.
These people aren’t just passionate about supercars like Pagani, they love motorsport on two and four wheels. Here’s a shot of Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders Jaeger from Norway, competing in their Volkswagen Polo R WRC during the Porto street stage of the WRC Portugal in 2016.
8) UAE- UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Lamborghini and Ferrari are particularly popular with the wealthy of Dubai. Here’s the cool new Lambo showroom!
These cars were caught taking part in the Qatar Desert Tour in 2015, but the oil-rich country has some decent roads for supercars as well. They are especially fond of Aston Martins.
Needless to say, Lamborghini and Ferrari are at the top of their list of favourites, with Maserati not far behind. Italians know a thing or two about thoroughbred, so it’s no surprise that they’re huge supercar fans…
This country is slowly becoming an automotive production hub. Jaguar Land Rover has started construction of its new manufacturing facility, while Kia Motors celebrated its 10th year building cars there in 2016. These people have great supercar taste too – their top two cars are the Koenigsegg and Porsche.
With unrestricted sections of autobahn, this country is a natural environment for supercars. Germans seems to love British engineering too because their country boasts the highest concentration of Noble fans.
These people are big McLaren fans, but soon the country’s own Rimac Concept One, which has been described as the world’s first electric supercar. Founded by Mate Rimac and based in Zagreb, in just seven years Rimac Automobili has become a world leader in electric drivetrains.
2) SAUDI ARABIA
There’s no point in excluding the oil-rich Saudi Arabia, though not all the roads are ideal for such cars. Saudis are fans of McLarens, although Bugatti and Maserati are not far behind.
1) NEW ZEALAND
Judging by this picture of congested traffic in Auckland, New Zealand we would say that it isn’t natural supercar territory. And yet, according to Facebook Audience Insights, this country has the highest concentration of supercar fanatics, with the Pagani being a top favourite.