Come with me today to take a walk through the current models of the Top 10 best supercars on the market, some of them from well-known brands, others from emerging brands, and some resurrected from the ashes of the phoenix they once were.
- What separates sports cars from supercars?
- Exotic materials, high performance, radical designs, and new technologies will join us today.
- Let’s meet the 10 most outstanding supercars of the year 2021.
Apart from a fancy name, a supercar stands out for having features close to those of a racing car, intensive use of materials for performance, and technology of the highest levels.
Ferrari F8 Tributo
From the lineage of the 458 and 488, the house of Maranello presents the F8 Tributo. This model is the natural evolution of the Ferrari 488 GTB that continues the twin-turbocharged V8 engine in the central rear position, with 50 extra horsepower. Delivering a total of 710 horsepower to the rear wheels.
Thanks to the work in competitions and the world endurance, Ferrari integrates new aerodynamic elements into the F8 Tributo, making it the ultimate berlinetta on and off the race track.
The driving experience is complemented by the upgrade of its electronic assistance systems, especially in the rear self-locking differential. It also highlights the incorporation of carbon fiber wheels and extensive use of lightweight materials to reduce the car’s weight by 1,330 kilograms.
0 to 100 in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 340 km/h, this Italian thoroughbred is available from 280,000 dollars to those seeking to be part of the Ferrari family.
Bugatti Chiron Sport 110 ans Edition
In 2019, Bugatti celebrated its 110 years of existence and automotive tradition. To celebrate it, and in the purest French style, they prepared 20 units of the Chiron Sport with the most select trimmings for both the brand and French motoring. Each unit was sold for 3.26 million dollars.
At the technical level, there are no significant changes. It follows the specifications of the sport version of the Chiron: 8-liter W16 engine, quad-turbo that delivers 1500 horsepower to all four wheels thanks to its all-wheel-drive system. 0 to 100 in 2.3 seconds and a top speed of 420 km/h.
The body of the Sport 110 ans Edition is made of reinforced steel and carbon fiber and is coated with a layer of metallic blue to symbolize the traditional French racing color. Details of the brand’s 110 years and the French tricolor adorn rear-view mirrors, fuel cap, and the self-adjusting rear spoiler.
The alloy wheels painted in matte black have decorative trim in the racing blue of France. The seats, made of leather and blue alcantara trim, are decorated with more 110th anniversary ornaments. The dashboard, also in alcantara and carbon fiber, continues the display of Bugatti’s pride in its tradition and to the country.
Piëch Mark Zero
Tradition is a word that characterizes a legendary brand like Porsche. All members of this family continue the legacy of Ferdinand Porsche in bringing the best sports car to state of the art.
This Grand Tourer, made by the great-grandson of Ferdinand Porsche, combines the style and design of a classic GT. Elongated hood, lines brought directly from the 70s, and remarkable Porsche details in the headlights and taillights.
The Mark Zero, besides being the first model of the brand, is a zero-emission car. It’s 100% electric. It has two electric motors in the rear and one in the front, delivering a total of 600 hp. 0 to 100 in 2.5 seconds and top speed electronically limited to 250 km/h.
Beyond the performance, it is noteworthy that the brand claims that the car can be fully charged in just 4 minutes 40 seconds.
A quite incredible bet of the brand, which the public will be able to check in 2022 when it goes on sale for a modest price of 200,000 dollars.
Lamboghini Aventador SVJ Roadster
The brand of the bull brings us a limited edition convertible Aventador SVJ. Combining the best in the use of high-performance materials and top-of-the-line engineering, Lamborghini makes sure to satisfy the needs of its very demanding clientele.
The Aventador SVJ comes with a 6.5-liter V12 aspirated engine, more than 730 hp, and a symphony coming from the exhaust that is even more enjoyable with the hood open. It is definitely not a car to be driven in traffic.
Lamborghini spares no expense in using carbon fiber even in the most hidden corners of the car, this material is predominant in the interior and exterior. Complementing the leather and alcantara for the seats and dashboard of the car.
Perhaps this is Lamborghini’s farewell letter to fans of traditional supercars, as the new generation of electrified supercars is approaching. This experience can be enjoyed for half a million dollars.
Bugatti La Voiture Noire
Bugatti is synonymous with uniqueness. From the Atlantique of the 1930s to its most recent models, only a select group can have access to this type of units.
La Voiture Noire made a modern revision of the Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic of Jean Bugatti – son of Ettore Bugatti – which was lost during the Second World War.
This car maintains the Chiron’s engine, is completely handmade, and most components are made of carbon fiber, to the point that the paint itself is just a coating to protect the carbon fiber and give a lustrous black color.
The interior is made of the most exquisite leather with polished aluminum inserts, taking care of even the smallest detail. The still unknown owner of the unit asked the brand to make this a unique car in the strict sense of the word.
To differentiate it from the other current models, the wheelbase was increased and 6 rear exhausts were added to unleash most of the 1500 horsepower of the W16 engine.
The Bugatti La Voiture Noire had the honor of being the most expensive car in the world, with a valuation of approximately 12.7 million dollars.
So we are now halfway through the Top 10 best supercars in the world in 2021 which is your favourite car?
What Rolls Royce means to the UK is very similar to how Spain feels about La Hispano-Suiza. After almost 73 years without producing units, La Hispano-Suiza returned in style at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show to present the first Spanish electric hypercar, the Hispano-Suiza Carmen.
This coupe has two electric motors of 500 hp each, totaling 1000 in all, to transmit power to the rear wheels. It has a range of 400 km and the battery can be charged to 80% in just 30 minutes.
The interior features finely selected leather upholstery, technological elements such as wireless chargers, Apple CarPlay, among others. It has all the electronic aids to make the trip a ride on clouds.
The performance has nothing to envy to others of its kind. From 0 to 100 in 3 seconds and top speed electronically limited to 250 km/h.
With a selling price of 1.7 million dollars and 19 units produced, the Spanish phoenix returns to the scene to find new rivals to dominate.
The brand from the Nordic lands, presents a new model destined to break production car records.
The Koenigsegg Jesko comes to light as the reference of the modern supercar, with an aggressive design to cut any air resistance and be the fastest on the roads. For starters, it features a 5-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine with 1280 horsepower, coupled with a 9-speed transmission made by the brand itself.
The Jesko was put on a strict diet of carbon fiber and aluminum to make the chassis, engine components, and interiors. The crankshaft, according to the brand, is the lightest ever produced, weighing only 12.5 kilograms.
From its very beginning, it was designed to be used on the track, incorporating aerodynamic elements that generate an aerodynamic load of 1000 kilograms, improved suspensions, and a rear-wheel steering system, making the Jesko an All Wheel Steering car.
The 125 units produced, all sold, have an individual cost of 3 million dollars and will go on sale in the current year 2021.
Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spider
Below the Lamborghini Aventador, we have the new Huracan EVO in its convertible version. As we are accustomed to, the Italian brand maintains the sound, speed, and eye-catching as a hallmark in all its cars.
Despite being slightly inferior to its big brother Aventador, the Huracan EVO spyder remains a car capable of recreating the same experiences achieved in the Aventador.
The lack of a roof does not compromise the structural rigidity of the car and maintains the aerodynamics to offer the best possible performance on the road. Its single exhaust allows the orchestra of its 630 horsepower V10 aspirated engine to intone those notes that make petrolheads’ skin crawl.
0 to 100 in 3 seconds and a top speed of 325 km/h make it worthy of bearing the Lamborghini name. The interior meets the expectations of this type of car; carbon skin and alcantara are the materials that we will find when approaching one of these.
Aimed more at an exclusive clientele that seeks to make their trips as striking as possible, the color selection is designed to automatically make the Huracan recognizable from a distance.
With an asking price of just over 220,000 dollars, the Huracan EVO spyder has become the new favorite car of the jet-set and celebrities.
McLaren is innovative, performance, and automotive heritage. Despite being absent from endurance competitions in favor of the Formula 1 team, the house of Woking brings to the scene a new model with Le Mans spirit.
The 765LT is 100% track-oriented. Equipped with a 4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine of 755 horsepower, it transmits all the power to the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch semi-automatic gearbox inherited from Formula 1.
To become the fastest longtail in production, McLaren used lighter and more efficient components, such as titanium exhaust pipes, reduced window thickness, and lots and lots of carbon fiber.
The Woking-based company offers its tailor-made models, with all the specifications the customer is looking for in his track experience. With 0 to 100 in 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 330 km/h, the 365,000-dollar British thoroughbred will be a recurring feature at weekend trackdays.
After 20 years of partnership, the trident brand is ending its alliance with the cavallino rampante. To date, all Maserati models have been equipped with Ferrari engines. Sad news… or not?
With its most recent model, the MC20 brings to the scene a new engine made 100% by Maserati. A 3-liter twin-turbocharged V6 with 621 horsepower brings the MC20 to life, but that’s not all.
The trident brand patented a pre-combustion system based on those of Formula 1 to spice up the heart of the beast. Added to the lightness, Dallara-designed bodywork and aluminum chassis make the MC20 a car focused on the track and high performance.
This car is Maserati’s call to the competition to show its serious intentions to return to the racetrack. A 100% electric and convertible version is expected in the next few years.
0 to 100 in less than 3 seconds and a top speed of 320 km/h make this 200,000 dollar super sports car a real jewel of the roads.
Now we finished the Top 10 best supercars in the world in 2021 which car ended up been the Best??
The arrival of electric cars is here and the definition we have of a supercar will change drastically in the next few years. But no worries just enjoy the scenery while traveling at 320 per hour in one of these automotive gems.
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