A supercar is a sports car with a mid-engine layout, a high price tag, and excellent performance.
The price, as well as the performance, is relative to the era of release, and by and large, the performance of supercars is improving year by year.
So it is not correct to distinguish whether they are supercars simply by their performance, but their performance will all be the benchmark of the time.
Supercars can be divided into limited editions and production versions and can also be divided into track and road versions.
Supercars must be excellent in acceleration, braking and cornering, and of course, extraordinary appearance is essential, and these sports cars usually have only two seats.
In the fastest top supercars, the car can travel as fast as an airplane in the air on a straightaway.
In a general sense, 100 kilometers of acceleration in less than 5 seconds can be considered a supercar.
Some supercars will have scissor doors, gullwing doors, butterfly doors, and other eye-catching designs.
The famous supercar representative models are Ferrari LaFerrari, Ferrari Enzo, Lamborghini Veneno, Lamborghini Reventon, McLaren F1, McLaren P1, Bugatti Veyron, Pagani Zonda, Pagani Huayra, Koenigsegg Agera, Koenigsegg CCXR, Porsche 918 Spyder, Maserati MC12, Aston Martin Vulcan, Honda NSX, etc.
1. Most expensive sports cars
Bugatti EB Veyron 16.4 Pur Sang
As one of the fastest cars in the world, this "purebred" special edition is limited to only five units.
Made primarily of aluminum and carbon fiber, the car is beautifully handcrafted, and its power is unsurpassed.
2. Fastest Sports Car
SSC Ultimate Aero is the fastest production car to date, commonly known as the Bugatti killer.
The American supercar manufacturer, the SSC Ultimate Aero TT, broke the current record held by the Swedish Koenigsegg CCR with a stunning top speed of 411.76km/h, taking the title of "World's Highest Speed Production Car" in the Golden World Records.
The second generation of the ultimate aero was designed by the famous designer Jason Castriota, who previously led the design of the Maserati Birdcage and the Maserati Gran Turismo, and who recently led the design of the Bertone Mantide.
Hennessy Viper GT
In 2014, the supercar Hennessy Viper GT broke the top speed record of 435.31km h, beating Bugatti.
In July 2015, DM, a San Francisco-based company, unveiled the Blade, the world's first 3D-printed supercar.
The car is made of a series of aluminum "nodes" and carbon fiber tubes inserted and connected, easily assembled into the car chassis, and therefore more environmentally friendly.
In addition, because of the light weight of the car, only 640 kg, from a standstill to 60 mph (96 km/h) in two seconds, easily among the top sports cars.