Category: Supercars 2018 with super engines

Unlike Superman, who is supposed to be an alien, supercars are designed and built right here on Earth. You come across the term quite often, but what exactly does it mean?

Pretty much anyone knows brands like Ferrari and Lamborghini are building supercars. What’s the difference between a supercar and a not-so super one?

Generally, a supercar is defined as a high-performance car to describe unusual vehicles, built in very limited numbers. Supercars are most of the time built and sold by elitist automakers such as Ferrari, Bugatti or Rolls Royce.

The very first time someone used the word “supercar” to describe a high-performance vehicle was in 1920. The term appeared in an ad for Ensign 6, a car similar to the Bentley Speed Six, featuring a 6.7-liter engine.

It took until the mid-1960’s for the trend of supercars to become an industry standard. At this point, lightweight cars with powerful engine units (mostly V8s in US) were set in their own supercar category.

Two decades later, the term supercar was briefly replaced by GT, or Grand Tourer. However, supercars meant more than just raw power. Elements like aerodynamics, alternative fuel sources and cutting-edge technologies all around the vehicle are the key points that describe a supercar.

There are also hypercars, the even more elite version of the supercars. Hypercars are rare, never built in more than a few units and feature extremely high-power outputs, exotic materials and, of course, are the fastest road cars out there.

New supercars 2018 from all auto companies – find the latest fast cars with engine and futuristic design that blows your mind.

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The new American vehicle hosts in the engine compartment a supercharged unit of 6.2-liter V-8-cylinder generating no less than 755 horsepower. Chevrolet unveils the new Corvette ZR1 The American supercar features 755 HP Top speed exceeds 337 km/h Days after the official release in the American official journals, Chevrolet finally published information on the new […]
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