Surprising Facts about Supercars

Facts about Supercars

Supercars are a symbol of panache, wealth and speed because they are literally the most expensive and powerful cars in the world. They were created specifically for racing, so they can reach higher speeds than regular cars and they have a wide range of features that set them apart from other vehicles. For instance, they often have a very distinctive design which makes them look more like race cars (lower to the ground, often v8/v10/v12 engines) and they are super hard to buy due to small quantity and high cost.

In addition, many supercars also offer very expensive customizable features such as custom paint jobs and custom interiors. Finally, an important feature of these cars is that they are made with high-tech materials and components such as carbon fiber or titanium in order to make them lighter and more durable.

The most expensive car ever made is a Bugatti Chiron, which costs around $3 million. Cars like these can go from 0 to 60 mph in about 3 seconds, have top speeds of over 200 mph, and can cost up to $3 million dollars or more.

The Most Fascinating Supercar Facts

1 Bizarrely, the Panther Six and the Covini C6W supercars have six wheels.

2 According to designers at the company, the Lamborghini Aventador got its inspiration from “those shiny green jagged-leg beetles that smell bad when you step on them.”

White Lamborghini Aventador

3 During strength tests, the Ford GT’s burly roof refused to budge making the testing equipment to collapse instead.

4 The Nissan GT-R holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest 0–60 mph acceleration (2.5 seconds) by a four-seater production car.

5 Five different international police forces, including Italian Polizia di Stato, London Metropolitan Police and LAPD, use the Lamborghini Gallardo.

6 You can buy 20 Rolls Royces for the price of one Lamborghini Veneno. The limited edition supercar boasts a mind-bending $4 million price.

7 Incredibly, the Pagani Huayra features 1,400 titanium bolts at $80 each, which is equivalent to $112,000 in bolts only.

8 The first production Dodge Vipers never had anti-lock brakes, door handles or windows.

Dodge Viper Front Grill

9 Ferruccio Lamborghini always had problems with his Ferrari’s clutch. He disassembled it when Enzo Ferrari wouldn’t listen to his criticism, improved its design and ended up creating the epic Lamborghini supercar.

10 The Bugatti Veyron is fitted with 16 radiators to keep it from melting from the intense heat generated by its 16-cylinder engine. If it had one as normal cars have, it would be the size of a pool table.

Purple Bugatti Veyron

11 The most expensive supercar ever sold is a 1963 Ferrari GTO 250. This striking car fetched $52 million, and it’s not hard to see why. One dealer commented, “It’s like the Mona Lisa. It has a mystique. If you have a GTO, you have a great collection.”

Abandoned Supercars in Dubai!

Wow this video is unbelievable if you are a supercar fan. Supercar Blondie takes us to a junkyard in Dubai that has some of the most expensive supercars in the world. These cars have been abandoned for scrap. very fascinating video – you won’t believe your eyes!