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Top 5 supercars of all timeBack

Over the years we’ve watched in awe as the world’s best supercars have developed and outperformed predecessors in speed, dynamics and style.

This week Trusted Dealers takes a look at 5 of our favourite supercars of all time.

Ferrari F12berlinetta (around £240,000)FerrariF12

Ferrari might not have the best-performing Formula One cars this season, on the road it cannot put a foot wrong. The company’s flagship F12berlinetta is a prime example of a supercar at its very best. The ultimate modern Italian supercar exudes V12 power, an exhaust with plenty of clout and will certainly attract passers-by like a large magnet. The 731bhp, 211mph machine has it all, whilst the two-seat supercar is the most comfortable car in the marque’s history, with excellent refinement too. You can even hold a fortnight’s holiday luggage for two in the back!

AstonMartinOne77Aston Martin One 77 (over 1.1 million)

The Aston Martin One 77 supercar first made its appearance at the 2008 Paris Motor Show and since then it has proved to the buyer that its everything a supercar should be. Only 77 cars were manufactured (as the name suggests) and were priced at a mere £1 million! Furthermore, each of the car was bespoke to the customer – its not surprising that they were all sold almost as soon as they were announced! The beautifully crafted British supercar has wowed adoring fans with its speed and agility. The One 77 can reach a top speed of 220mph from its 7.3-litre V12 engine which is capable of reaching 0-6mph in 3.7. The Aston Martin team certainly created a beautiful vehicle full of class, character and looks for its 77 lucky owners.

Bugatti Veyron (over £1.6 million)BugattiVeyron

The Bugatti Veyron has been on the list of world’s most expensive cars ever since it was created and released to the eagerly awaiting public back in 2005. Each year the beautifully crafted french made car has received small tweaks here and there to proclaim it as a ‘new’ version, but these are nothing more than fresh coats of paint – quite simply, we think the car is just perfect as it is. The latest Veyron is the speed world record holder for a convertible thanks to its spectacular 1200hp 16 cylinder engine, capable of achieving an outstanding 254.04mph! The Veyron is hard to get hold of – only a limited supply is currently available – just in case you fancied the £1.6 million price tag!

LamborghiniAventadorLamborghini Aventador (over £280,000)

The Lamboghini Aventador is one of our original favourites from the supercar line up. The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are phenomenally high, and remind us of just how far technology has advanced in recent years. Sit behind the wheel of an Aventador and you won’t be able to see a great deal – it’s an old school sports, but its performance is second to none. Get behind the wheel and the Aventador is truly amazing, it can charge from 0-62mph in less than 3 seconds with a maximum speed of 217mph from its 6.5-litre V12 turbocharged engine. The best news is that unlike rivals, Laborghini doesn’t restrict the number of supercars it makes, so if you have money to burn, you can order one now.

McClarenF1Mclaren 106 F1 (around £3.1 million)

Remembered as one of the greatest cars in history, the Mclaren F1 boasts the most impeccable engineering, as you would expect from a company who in recent years have taken supercars to an entirely new level. In fact, on March 31st 1998, the Maclaren F1 set the record for being the world’s fastest production car, reaching 231 mph (372 km/h) with the rev limited enabled and 243 mph (391 km/h) with it disabled – a speed that even 25 years later has proved very difficult to beat. Produced between 1992 and 1998, the 6.1-litre V12 engine was also used to power the BMW V12 LMR prototypes from 1998 to 2000. The F1 set a standard that had never been reached in abilities and design. The F1 was eventually replaced by the McClaren P1 in October 2013, a limited production plug-in hybrid, which had sold out by November.

Posted by Leana Kell on 31/07/2015