When you first think of super cars, which ones are the first popping out? Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bugatti, Mercedes SLR? Or there is some other special like Pagani Zonda, Koenigsegg Agera, and Corvette?
We agree, these are the super cars that managed to conquer the world with their style, elegance and performance. They are simply the ones that won all the sympathies and selfishly keep their positions not allowing other cars to triumph and show what they got.
But have you ever heard of Falcon F7? Seven for 7.0-liter massive LS7 engine producing 620HP and 585lb-ft of torque. With these numbers it is a super car and also features aerodynamic body. The front end reminds us on the Dodge family (correct us if we are wrong), while the back end reminds more on Ford GT with round tail lights.
Falcon F7 – one of the super cars
The next one is really old, Fiat Abarth 2000. Made in 1969 and probably the pioneer between the supercars with super aerodynamic body. The Fiat Abarth 2000 is powered by 2.0-liter 4-cylinder inline configuration engine with 241HP and 156lb-ft of torque.
Fiat Abarth 2000 – one of the super cars
What about Vencer Sarthe? Have ever heard about that car brand? Somewhere in Netherlands lives one with 7.0-liter V8 engine, capable of delivering 503BHP and 479lb-ft of torque. Probably capable of full demonstration of that power judging from the impressive design and aerodynamic body.
Rapier SL-C Superlite? Born and raised in USA with native aspirations for high displacement engine, 7.0-liter V8 (LS7 family) pumping 500BHP and 475lb-ft of torque. It has all the attributes to join the company of other super cars.
Rapier SL-C Superlite
Scuderia Cameron Glikenhaus SCG 003? Another Italian beauty born and raised in Torino. Features the Honda V6 twin-turbo engine with some upgrades rated at 500BHP. It also has the unique Italian charm with outstanding bodywork. There are five more impressive super cars that you never know they existed. Stay tuned.
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