From Porsche to McLaren, and Ferrari to Lamborghini, we’ve explored the giants of the supercar world. But which ones top the list? We’ve sifted through to find the 25 supercars that outshine the rest. These are the champions of speed and style, the ones that set the standard for what a supercar should be.

McLaren P1

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The McLaren P1 revolutionized the hybrid supercar segment between 2013 and 2015. This car combines a 3.8 L twin-turbo V8 with electric motors, reaching speeds of 217 mph and accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in under three seconds. In the collector’s market, it commands a price of around $1.1 million.

Hennessey Venom F5

Hennessey

The Hennessey Venom F5, known as Fury, is a testament to extreme performance. Its 6.6-liter twin-turbo V8 engine unleashes 1,792 horsepower, propelling it into the stratosphere of supercars. The car’s carbon fiber body enhances its agility, and it’s touted to sprint from 0 to 250 mph in just 15.5 seconds. With only 24 units produced, it’s as exclusive as it is fast. The automotive community is eagerly waiting for its attempt to breach the 311 mph barrier.

Ferrari 288 GTO

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The Ferrari 288 GTO set the stage for future legends like the F40, earning its revered status with just 272 units produced. This machine wasn’t just fast, hitting 189 MPH; it was also a powerhouse with 395 horsepower under its hood. Today, the 288 GTO is valkued over $3.5 million. Its rarity and performance make it one of the most sought-after classic supercars in the market.

McLaren F1

McLaren

The McLaren F1, precursor to the likes of the P1, really did set the gold standard for supercars. Back in 1998, it shattered records with a BMW V12 engine that pushed it to 240.1 mph, claiming the title of the world’s fastest production car. The F1’s design and remarkable performance allowed it to dominate at the 1995 Le Mans. Today, the F1’s legacy is far from fading, with its value exceeding $10 million and reaching as high as $20.5 million at auction.

Aston Martin V12 Speedster

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With a 691 horsepower V12 engine, the Aston Martin V12 Speedster rockets from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.5 seconds, reaching speeds up to 186 mph. The V12 Speedster isn’t just a car; it’s an experience.

Ferrari F40

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The Ferrari F40 is the last to receive Enzo Ferrari’s personal seal of approval. With a top speed exceeding 200 MPH and an output of 471 HP, it was a marvel of its time, setting new standards for performance and design. Today, the F40 is celebrated as a symbol of Ferrari’s engineering excellence, commanding a price of around $2.5 million.

Porsche 911 Turbo S

Porsche

The Porsche 911 Turbo S is a record-breaker, clinching the title at the 2020 Speed Week. This powerhouse churns out 641 horsepower with its 3.7-liter twin-turbo flat-six, showcasing its dominance over rivals like the McLaren 765LT and Ferrari F8.

Ferrari LaFerrari

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LaFerrari is Ferrari’s venture into the hybrid world, combining a V12 engine with electric motors to hit speeds of 218 mph. LaFerrari quickly ascended to legendary status, blending exceptional design with groundbreaking power. Its exclusivity is underscored by its auction prices, often exceeding $3.5 million.

Gordon Murray T.50

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The Gordon Murray T.50 is a masterclass in automotive design, evolving from the legendary McLaren F1’s foundations. With a naturally aspirated V12 engine, a unique three-seat configuration, and a focus on minimizing weight with a carbon-fiber structure, the T.50 is a revolution on wheels. Its standout feature is the ground-effect fan, making it a true successor to the F1.

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport

Bugatti

The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport builds upon the formidable Chiron lineage. With its 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine, it unleashes 1,578bhp, making it a behemoth of the road. The Super Sport is historically fast, with its speed capped at 273 mph, a nod to its astounding 304.773 mph record.

Jaguar XJ220

Jaguar

The Jaguar XJ220 is a 90s icon that once wore the crown as the world’s fastest production car, reaching speeds of 217.1 MPH. This legend is driven by a twin-turbo V6 engine connected to a 5-speed manual transmission, offering not just exhilarating speed but also refined handling. In its heyday, the XJ220 set benchmarks for supercar performance, and even now, it remains a prized possession for collectors, fetching around $500,000 in the market.

Koenigsegg Jesko

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Koenigsegg’s Jesko is setting new standards in the supercar domain. The Jesko Absolut, powered by a twin-turbo V8, is on the brink of hitting 350 MPH, placing it in the running for the fastest car in the world. Its power output is impressive, delivering 1,281 HP on standard fuel, which jumps to 1,603 HP with e85 biofuel. Priced at around $3.5 million, the Jesko Absolut is designed for those who want peak performance and exclusivity.

Lamborghini Huracan STO

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The Lamborghini Huracán STO takes the brand’s racing heritage and injects it directly into a road car. It features rear-wheel steering and an advanced aerodynamic setup. Its 5.2-litre V10 engine pumps out 631bhp, but the STO’s real prowess lies in its lighter frame and enhanced downforce. This car is built for the track, offering a driving experience that’s as close as you can get to a race car while still being street legal.

Porsche 918 Spyder

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The Porsche 918 Spyder merges high performance with plug-in hybrid efficiency, sporting a V8 engine that packs a serious punch with 875 horsepower. Its top speed hits 214 MPH, but the real jaw-dropper was its record-breaking Nürburgring lap, under seven minutes. This hybrid supercar shows off a $1.5 million price tag .

Lotus Evija

Lotus

The Lotus Evija is an electric powerhouse, delivering an astonishing nearly 2,000 horsepower, and it accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in less than three seconds. But it doesn’t end there. The Evija is also a game-changer in the electric supercar realm, challenging even the Bugatti Chiron in speed tests.

Ferrari Enzo

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The Ferrari Enzo is a tribute to its founder, merging Formula 1 design and performance in a street-legal package. It boasts a 6.0L V12 engine with 651 horsepower, revving to 7,800 RPM, and reaching a top speed of 221 MPH. More than just a speed demon, the Enzo is an engineering marvel, limited in production and highly sought after, with prices often exceeding $3 million.

Maserati MC20

Maserati

The Maserati MC20 marks a triumphant return to the supercar scene for Maserati, following in the footsteps of the revered MC12. Developed in just 24 months during challenging times, it’s a testament to Maserati’s commitment to excellence. The MC20, with its mid-engined 3.0-litre V6, delivers 621bhp and 538lb ft of torque.

Ferrari F50

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With its rear-wheel drive and naturally aspirated V12 engine, the Ferrari F50 delivers 512 horsepower, screaming up to 8,000 RPM. Designed for exceptional downforce, the F50 dominates both road and track, providing an insane driving experience. This limited-edition machine is commanding prices between $4 and $5 million, showing off just how much people want it.

McLaren Speedtail

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As the fastest McLaren ever, the Speedtail hits an astounding 250 mph, a feat it achieved at the Kennedy Space Center. Its power, a staggering 1,036 bhp, stems from a hybridized 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine.

Ferrari 812 Competizione

Ferrari

The Ferrari 812 Competizione is a roaring tribute to the naturally aspirated V12 engine, pushing out 819 bhp and 513 lb-ft of torque without any electric or turbocharging assistance. This car takes what the Superfast started and dials it up, shedding weight and adding aerodynamic tweaks for even more mind-blowing performance.

McLaren Senna

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Named after the legendary F1 driver Ayrton Senna, the McLaren Senna is a monument to speed and agility. Its twin-turbo V8 engine ensures a sprint from 0 to 62 MPH in just 2.8 seconds, with a top speed of 208 MPH. The Senna pays homage to one of the greatest drivers in history. It has a market value exceeding $1 million.

Lamborghini Sián

Lamborghini

The Lamborghini Sián stands out, and not just in name, which means ‘lightning bolt’. It takes the Aventador’s 6.5-litre V12 engine and adds electric oomph, summing up to 808 bhp. This fusion also smooths out those famously edgy Lamborghini gear shifts.

Porsche Carrera GT

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The Porsche Carrera GT, a direct descendant of the 911 GT1, is a masterpiece of engineering. With its sleek design, the car is a dream on highways. The 6-speed manual transmission paired with rear-wheel drive guarantees an immersive driving experience, blasting to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds, with a top speed of 208 MPH. Its exclusivity and top-tier performance make the Carrera GT a prized asset, often fetching upwards of $2 million.

Rimac Nevera

Rimac

The Rimac Nevera is a powerhouse with its 120kWh battery and four motors, cranking out 1,914 horsepower and 1,740lb-ft of torque. This machine isn’t just fast; it’s lightning, hitting 60 mph in under two seconds – 1.85 to be exact. It doesn’t stop there; 100 mph comes in just 4.3 seconds, and it can blast through to 186 mph in 9.3 seconds, with its top speed maxing out at 258 mph.

Porsche 959 Sport

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The Porsche 959 Sport, a beast on the racetrack turned street icon, set the world on fire with its performance. Its twin-turbocharged flat-6 engine not only pushed it past the 200 MPH mark but also crowned it the fastest street-legal production car of its time. This car commands attention and respect, especially with a valuation soaring above $2 million.

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