Supercars are the ultimate dream vehicle for many auto enthusiasts. Back in the day, hanging a supercar poster on your bedroom wall or in Dad’s garage was the thing to do. Today, car lovers tag their friends on Instagram after a running into one of these insanely luxurious, high-performance vehicles zooming down the boulevard or parked at a fancy restaurant. So what exactly is a supercar? It can depend on who you ask, but ultimately, it’s an ultra-luxe car loaded with cutting-edge technology as well as exterior enhancements such as tails, fenders and grilles. Some vehicles in this uber-expensive category — such as Bugatti — are built from the ground up as street-worthy race cars with multi-million-dollar price tags. Take a look at GAYOT’s list of the Top 10 Supercars to discover the most exciting automobiles money can buy.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
The GT3 RS’ 4.0-liter 500 hp power plant goes an almost unbelievable 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds. Porsche is so coveted in the supercar category that its 2015 model year Porsche 918 Spyder is also on our list. But for those seeking a true racer that can also take you on smooth weekend rides, consider this lightning-fast 2016 911 GT3 RS.
This is Ferrari’s answer to the Porsche and McLaren hybrid supercars, but with a V12. It’s astonishingly quick and handles like a go-kart on steroids.
Aston Martin DB11
Under the clamshell hood of the lightweight Aston Martin DB11, the car is equipped with a whopping 600 hp turbocharged 5.2-liter V12.
Officially a 2017 Model, the Bugatti Chiron is as exotic as cars get. Only a handful were made, each carrying a 1500-horsepower, 16-cylinder engine with four turbochargers and an estimated $2.7 million price tag. The top speed is a claimed 261 mph, comfortably surpassing its predecessor the Bugatti Veyron causing its price to dip.
The P1 is the halo car for the McLaren family, with only 375 made and sold. It utilizes the ultimate combination of cutting-edge hybrid technology and high-speed performance, making it as green as it is fast.