Do you know what the best way is to make something better? Just slap a “super” in front of it. You know, heroes are even more awesome, when they are “superheroes”. Computers that are exponentially faster (and bigger) than normal are called “supercomputers”. So it only follows that we should enjoy some supercars as well… Even if we can’t buy them!
We all know the likes of Bugatti, Lamborghini, and Ferrari. But these are boring because everybody has heard of them and knows what they are about. We wanted to give you something different, something that will catch your attention for at least a second. So by teaming up with Instacar Transport, we bring you the 3 supercars that you should know more about!
Audi R8 V10 Plus
While Audi is fairly well-known in the luxury car market, it is still not a brand that most people associate with supercars. And yet they do manufacture such vehicles. In fact, they have even been featured in popular racing games as the top reward cars. That should say something, right?
The one thing about the new R8 V10 is that people dislike the idea of it being with automatic transmission. The previous iteration of the model used manual transmission, because (as many people would suggest) it did not really try to cater to non-enthusiasts. So this strange decision to switch things up may draw you away from it, but then again it does not really matter that much. With such fast speeds switching gears is perhaps not the thing you should be concerned about.
Who would imagine that Honda (the owners of Acura) are once again able to climb to the top of the supercar charts? After all, are they not the people who have always pushed the whole “affordable car” thing in the past? Well, they are, but that also translates to the NSX. In fact, it may as well be the cheapest supercar out there, when you factor in all the extras.
The car has an interesting design that will probably not suit all people. It is an acquired taste, to say the least. However, there is nothing wrong with that, to be honest. I like it, and while it does carry its Honda staple looks, it also does not follow the pack with some generic sporty design. All in all, if you are looking to get this car, you would not be disappointed by what it has to offer!
Okay, we are cheating a little bit here. The i3 is not exactly a supercar. After all, it doesn’t get to 62 in anything close to 3 seconds. Actually, it takes about 4.4s to do that, which may be impressive on its own, but nothing spectacular (or deserving of the “super” title).
That being said, it is the car to pave the road for future generations of such vehicles. Why? Because it is exclusively powered by electricity, rather than gas. And considering how much further this technology can go, we should really be impressed by this car. And we should also respect it. So perhaps it does deserve the honorary title of “super”.
Tell us, if you had to pick one of these cars, which one would it be?