The performance of supercars 30 years ago may be easily achieved by luxury cars today. The top speed is pushed higher and higher, and the 0-100 km/h acceleration time is pressed shorter and shorter, and the control is getting closer and closer to those of professional racing cars. What has not changed is the exciting charm of super sports cars in every era: dazzling appearance, future technology, and surging noises, etc.; another important point is that its poster must appear in the bedroom of young people in each era.
These cars are not famous because they are in a certain country, they are all well-known in the world. Although the adjustments are different in different places, they will not have any difference in reputation and price because of this. Moreover, if these classics are used for collection, there will be no problem! They will not depreciate due to different locations, and will not depreciate due to age. On the contrary, in any place, with the development of the times, these collections of fine works Valuable because of its rarity.

Tens of millions of supercars
Ten million supercars
Some people call them supercars. They are the fastest production cars in the world, and their design combines speed, comfort and beautiful appearance. Of course, you can buy these cars, but unless you are as rich as Bill Gates, or hungry for speed like a jet fighter pilot. Their production volume is often small—maybe only a dozen or a few hundred—and you may not be able to see them at nearby auto shows. In the fastest top cars, the speed of the car in a straight road can be as fast as the speed of an airplane flying in the air. These cars rarely reach the top speed, which is close to 402 kilometers per hour, because in most places, such speeds are illegal and dangerous. You may be overtaken by a prototype car on German highways. The maximum speed limit on these roads is 129 kilometers per hour, but there is actually no strict upper limit on how hard you can step on the accelerator.
But among these top cars, which car is the fastest? This title, which can be seen in the Guinness Book of World Records, often changes its owner every few days (or months). There have been other cars in the past that had the title of fastest car. Remember, these cars are not representative products of American or Japanese car companies, such as Chevrolet and Toyota, but are produced by luxury car manufacturers in other countries, such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bugatti.

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1 Ferrari Enzo

Ferrari is the most famous manufacturer of racing cars and sports cars in the world. It was founded in 1929 and its founder is Enzo Ferrari, a world racing champion and epoch-making car design master. Fiat owns 50% of the company, but the company can operate independently of Fiat. Most of Ferrari cars are manufactured by hand, so the output is very low, and there is news that Ferrari will control its own production capacity to less than 7,000. [2]

The Ferrari Enzo sports car is one of Ferrari’s many sports cars. It is named after Ferrari company founder Enzo Ferrari. It is to commemorate his outstanding achievements in the company and to use this product as a gift to witness Enzo’s immortal vision: The idea of ​​combining racing cars and technologically advanced street vehicle products! The fullest manifestation of this idea is the emergence of this street sports car that incorporates Ferrari’s world’s top F1 technology. The 6-liter 12-cylinder engine has a maximum horsepower of 650 horsepower, an acceleration from 100 kilometers in 3.6 seconds (the result was measured in 3.2 seconds), and a top speed of more than 350 kilometers per hour. The official unveiling ceremony of “Enzo Ferrari” was at the Paris Motor Show, and only 399 units of this product were produced.

2 McLaren F1

McLaren F1, once the fastest supercar in the world, accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of 370 km/h. McLaren F1 also created a revolutionary cabin concept in supercars : Place three seats side by side in the cockpit, and set the driver’s seat in the center. The purpose of this move is to obtain the same driving control and the most ideal body weight distribution as an F1 car, and this is why it is One of the reasons why it is called McLaren F1.

3 Lamborghini Reventon

There are only 20 supercars in the world. It is a shell-changing version of the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640. The name comes from the bull who killed the matador FelixGuzman in 1943. This supercar uses a lot of weight reduction designs and carbon fiber parts. The body It uses a gray paint and F22 fighter-style instrument panel. Reventon is equipped with a V12 engine originally belonging to the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640. The maximum power has been increased to 650 horsepower. The aerodynamic performance has also been greatly improved. It only takes 3.3 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h, and the top speed can easily exceed 340 km/h.

4 Pagani Zonda

The Pagani Zonda series is called a super sports car. It dares to compete with the big names in the sports car industry such as Ferrari, Porsche and Lamborghini. Its perfect workmanship is enough to make Ferrari embarrassed. Every Zonda model delivered to the customer has a unique charm and super strength. The power performance, and the honorable texture inherited from Pagani’s hand-made. If you are lucky enough to encounter it on the road, with its top speed of 345 km/h and the strength of 0-100 km/h acceleration within 3.7 seconds, you can usually only make you look at its vague back and sigh with excitement.

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