Supercars come from all kinds of manufacturers. Established brands like Ferrari, Porsche, McLaren, and Lamborghini have been producing supercars for years. But nowadays they face challenges from the likes of the Lexus LFA and BMW i8.
Having a supercars on your driveway is a great way to show the world you are doing well for yourself, but owning a truly great supercar also shows petrolheads you have an excellent taste in cars. These cars could not be described as cheap or affordable, but in return for your hard-earned money, they offer you exceptional performance, luxurious finish and the power to turn heads wherever you go.
now, best Supercars in the present time:
The 720S embodies our relentless quest to push the limits of possibility. Lighter, stronger, faster. It’s all of these and more. But how it makes you feel is altogether something else. Prepare to push the limits of what you thought possible in a supercar.
2.Ferrari 488 GTB
Designed by the Ferrari Styling Centre. The 488 GTB features very sculptural flanks which are the key to its character. Its large signature air intake scallop is a nod to the original 308 GTB and is divided into two sections by a splitter.
3.Lamborghini Huracan Performante
The Huracán Performante has reworked the concept of super sports cars and taken the notion of performance to levels never seen before. The vehicle has re-engineered in its entirety, as regards its weight, engine power, chassis and above all by introducing an innovative system of active aerodynamics: ALA.
4.Ferrari 812 Superfast
The first and most difficult challenge Ferrari always faces when it decides to develop a new model is to push the boundaries of its own achievements yet again. This challenge is made all the tougher when the task at hand involves designing a new 12-cylinder engine. The power unit that hailed the start of the glorious Prancing Horse story 70 years ago in 1947.
5. Porsche 911 GT2 RS
The Porsche 911 GT2 is a high-performance sports car built by the German automobile manufacturer. It is based on the 911 Turbo, and uses a similar twin-turbocharged engine, but features numerous upgrades. Including engine upgrades, larger brakes, and stiffer suspension calibration.
6.Audi R8 V10 Plus
Audi unveiled the updated R8 back in October last year, but it’s only now we’re getting pricing details for the U.S. market. Arriving next week at the New York Auto Show before going on sale this summer, the naturally aspirated supercar is going to set you back at least $169,900 for the R8 V10 Coupe base model with 562 horsepower and 406 pound-feet (550 Newton-meters) of torque. Should you want droptop thrills, it’ll cost you an extra $12,200, with the R8 V10 Spyder kicking off at $182,100.
The basics you’re probably familiar with, but let’s go for a brief recap. Because there’s a reason the controversial V6 is the right engine for this car. And that’s because the Ford GT is all about packaging and aerodynamics and driving behavior. It’s a chassis car, not an engine car.
8. Bugatti Chiron:
The Bugatti Chiron is officially the world’s fastest supercar — and by quite a long shot, too. According to the company, the pre-production vehicle of a Bugatti Chiron derivative is the first hyper sports car to break the magic 482.8 kilometers per hour -mile-per-hour barrier (300 mph). At the same time, Bugatti has set a new TÜV-certified speed record with 490.484 km/h (304.773 mph).