7 UNIQUE SUPERCARS EVER UNVEILED IN THE WORLD
Driving a super car is always a big dream for every car fan. And there have been so many super cars constructed by various car manufacturers in the world. But did you know that there have been some unveiled unique supercars which aren’t concept cars or from tuners, but actual one-off vehicles designed and constructed by their manufacturers to be driven on the road? Let’s go surfing them!
- Mazda Furai
Sitting on the first list is Mazda Furai. The Mazda Furai, officially debuted at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, was a concept car manufactured by Mazda and revealed on 27 December 2007. Powered by a 450 bhp three rotor “Renesis” and X-trac 6 speed semi-automatic, Furai which was piloted by Mark Ticehurst was destroyed by a fire during Top Gear Magazine photo shoot.
- Toyota FT-1
On the second list sits another Japanese car manufacturer product, Toyota FT-1. The FT-1 is a 2017 model as it was set to be released in late 2016 and the estimated price will begin at about $100,00,. Boasted with a 2.5-litre turbocharged V6, or V8, hybrid powertrain producing up to 450 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque, the Toyota FT-1 is expected to be the successor of the Toyota Supra. Supposed that it seems true, then its outstanding horse power will make the engine alone as the model right the GTR. Moreover, this giant power will make it possible for the FT-1 to accelerate from 0- 60 mph in less than 4 seconds, and reach its top speeds of about more than 180 mph.
- BMW GINA
Here comes a famous Germany car manufacturer on the third list. The BMW GINA standing for Geometry and Functions In ”N” Adaptions is an innovative concept introduced by BMW Group Design. An eight-cylinder engine were under a 1.6-foot-long slit that and closes in a manner that BMW likens to the top of an old-fashioned doctor’s bag. Despite the using a traditional front-mounted eight-cylinder engine and rear-drive platform, the GINA is set out to explore the creative freedom that might be offered with future cars. This Light Visionary Model is not a pre-production vehicle as it is simply an exercise in design and technology. But, of course, BMW’s most exciting technology never stay in concept form for long time. And it is ensured that the GINA production in whole will be found sooner than one may imagine.
- Lamborghini Estoque
On the fourth list is a well-known Italian supercar manufacturer, Lamborghini, with its Estoque. The Lamborghini Estoque is a one-off concept car built by Lamborghini. Introduced at the 2008 Paris Motor Show, the Estoque is Lamborghini’s first front-engine vehicle since the LM002 utility vehicle. It is a four-door sedan boasted with a 5.2 litre V10 engine producing 552 hp and 540 Nm/ 398 ft-lb and an exquisite transmission of 7-Speed Twin-Clutch gearbox.
- Peugeot Onyx
Peugeot, a France car manufacturer, shows its claws by presenting the Peugeot Onyx. Powered by a 3.7 L V8 engine generating 600hp, the same engine as in the 908 race car, and spinning a six-speed sequential gearbox, the Onyx is one of the mad-looking concept unveiled at the Paris Motor Show.
- Ford GT90
On the next list is the Ford GT90. The GT90, developed and manufactured by American car maker, is a high performance concept car that was equipped and powered with a 5.9L 12V quad-turbocharged DOHC engine producing 720 bhp and 895 Nm/ 660 ft.lb. Noticing all the triangles in its design, the GT90 has a very angular design. It is able to run from 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds and reaches a top speed of 253 mph.
- Corvette Stingray
And on the final list is a special super car constructed by Chevrolet. The Corvette Stingray is the combination between provocative race-proven technology and purposeful design. It is a true performance car which can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 3.7 seconds as it is boasted with available Selective Magnetic Ride Control and a 6.2L LT1 V8 engine generating 460 HP with available dry-sump oil system. The Stingray is featured with exclusive functional exterior vents and intelligent driver control. Available in both coupe and convertible with a host of personalization options, the Stingray features a light, stiff space frame for optimal 50-50 weight distribution and impressive power-to-weight ratio.