Do you own a supercar? If so, I don’t need to tell you what an awesome experience it can be to drive around in something so expensive and powerful. Owning one of these machines means that you are instantly the envy of millions, at least in your city or town, and getting into some crazy traffic incident is only going to make you more popular with your neighbors. I am sure most people dream of owning their own supercar someday but they think they’re out of reach financially.
Pagani Huayra R
The Pagani Huayra R is a car that is not only beautifully designed, but it’s also one of the most powerful cars in the world.
The engine is a 6.0L twin turbo V12 with 738 horsepower and 509 lb-ft torque. It has an ability to reach 60 mph in 2.6 seconds and max out at 217 mph with a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox. There are gullwing doors on both sides of the car, making it not only luxurious but also very cool to see.
And if you’re feeling like you want something even more exclusive, there’s always the Pagani Zonda R with its 790 horsepower V12 engine and stunning design as well as the Aston Martin Vanquish S Volante which features a 750 horsepower 5.9L V12 engine, delivering speeds up to 190mph and capable of reaching 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds .
These are just some of the many options for supercar lovers and we can’t wait to see what comes next!
The McLaren Elva is a 2-seater, open-top supercar that is the most affordable on this list. The car has an 825bhp twin-turbo V8 engine and can reach speeds of 220mph.
The Elva was designed in a partnership with Gordon Murray Design to be the fastest, lightest and most agile car in its class. It has a roofless design that resembles some of McLaren’s more recent models such as the P1 GTR, Senna and 720S Spider.
One of the main features that makes this car so special is its ability to split into two pieces for storage or transport. This feature has never been seen before on any car, making it quite unique indeed.
When split in two, the rear axle automatically extends by 50mm to provide extra ground clearance. The cockpit also splits and lowers when not in use.
The McLaren Elva has no transmission, instead featuring a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) which charges while braking meaning that drivers will always have full power available without having to worry about driving out of charge.
There are only 50 examples being produced globally each year, and prices start from around £1 million ($1.5 million).
Ferrari SF90 Stradale
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is a hybrid car that comes out in 2020. It’s not the most powerful car on this list, but it’s certainly the most efficient and environmentally friendly.
It has a V12 engine with an electric motor and battery pack. In total, it can produce 572 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. The car can go from 0 to 60 mph in under three seconds, but its fuel efficiency is what makes it such an attractive option for those looking for a way to beat traffic while also reducing emissions .
It’s predicted to have around 600 miles on one tank which will cost you around $1 per mile. That doesn’t sound like a lot when you consider the average American drives 25,000 miles every year – which would be around $2,500.
Plus there are all sorts of incentives from gas stations as well as offers for free charging at many Tesla locations throughout America. Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid: You’re probably thinking ‘what does Porsche know about hybrids?’ Well they make some pretty good ones too.
Their latest model combines two electric motors with a turbocharged 4-liter gasoline engine to give it 597 horsepower and 719 lb-ft of torque.
Its combined output means the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid gets over 140mpg (combined). I’m just sorry we’ll never get to experience this beauty since it’s only available in China…
Aston Martin Valkyrie
The Aston Martin Valkyrie is a hypercar that epitomizes what it means to be great. The engine is a 6.5-litre V12, and produces a mighty 1,160bhp and 940Nm of torque in its most powerful configuration.
This is sent to the rear wheels through an eight-speed gearbox, and accelerates the car from 0-124mph in under 10 seconds with ease. The exterior design was penned by Adrian Newey, who has been involved with some of the best F1 cars ever made – including the McLaren MP4/4 which Lewis Hamilton won his first championship with .
But the car isn’t just about power; it’s also incredibly aerodynamic. It achieves this partly thanks to the Active Aerodynamics system, consisting of active wing mirrors and hydraulic flaps on both sides of the bodywork that can change their angle based on driving conditions.
These changes are monitored and adjusted for via sensors, meaning the car feels more stable as speeds rise. The front fenders have adjustable fins that alter downforce, while at the back there is a fully-adjustable spoiler too.
That all helps to make sure you don’t get too much drag at higher speeds, but when you want more downforce for cornering or braking, there are up to four vents on each side of the vehicle which can open up under pressure.
The interior also reflects how well thought out this supercar is – even if you’re not lucky enough to afford one yourself! With handcrafted leather seats as standard (available in three colours), trimmed in real aluminium and polished diamond cut carbon fibre accents.
The Lamborghini Sian is an electric supercar. It has a power output of 592bhp and a top speed of 201mph. The battery pack is located in the middle of the car, which gives it a low centre of gravity and also increases safety.
This supercar can accelerate to 62mph in just 2.9 seconds, which is 0.4 seconds slower than the Tesla P100D but still faster than any other production car on sale today.
For those with the means, this is one of the most desirable cars available in 2022. However, there are other options available. The Bugatti Ratona’s acceleration figures are not as good as the Lamborghini Sian’s but its top speed is higher at 249mph.
If you want an electric supercar that looks like a Batmobile then you should consider the Ford Tech-One. It doesn’t have such stunning performance figures as some of its rivals, but it does make up for this in style.