While many people consider supercars as nothing but toys for the billionaires, we tend to view them as marvels of modern automotive engineering, that lead to new discoveries, perfection of currently existing technologies and testing out the limits of human ingenuity and skill.
The 2019 will be the year when automakers will be challenging the top speed and acceleration records once again, trying to beat the 300 miles per hour mark and set new standard of aerodynamics and power to weight ratio.
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Aston Martin Valkyrie: global.astonmartin.com/en-gb/models/aston-martin-valkyrie
The long awaited project Valkyrie currently developed by Aston Martin and Red Bull Advanced Technologies is getting closer to become a reality. It has been confirmed that 150 road legal units and another 25 AMR Pro track specials will be built in 2019.
McLaren 600LT Spider: cars.mclaren.com/sports-series/600lt-spider
McLaren 600LT Spider is a hard-top convertible based on the coupe of the same name. It is built on a carbon-fiber monocoque chassis and fitted with a three-piece retractable roof that can be operated at 25 mph.
McLaren Speedtail: cars.mclaren.com/ultimate-series/mclaren-speedtail
McLaren Speedtail is a new addition to the brand’s Ultimate Series that was previously known as BP23. The car is claimed to be the fastest McLaren ever made, with a top speed of 250 mph and 0 to 186 acceleration in 12.8 sec.
Audi PB18 e-Tron: audi.com/en/experience-audi/models-and-technology/concept-cars/audi-pb18-e-tron.html
2020 Audi PB18 e-Tron is limited edition hypercar that was built to establish Audi’s presence on the market of performance EVs. PB18 e-Tron has been confirmed for production of 50 units and will be arriving in 2020.
Audi R8: audi-mediacenter.com/en/press-releases/fastest-model-is-now-even-hotter-extensive-update-for-audi-r8-10885
The second generation of R8 has been on the market since 2015, and the time has come for a mid cycle update. The redesign of Audi’s fastest road legal supercar was inspired by the R8 LMS race version that share 50% of components with the newcomer.
Lamborghini Huracan Evo: lamborghini.com/en-en/models/huracan/huracan-evo
2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo packs tons of new tech, much improved aerodynamics, and tremendous downforce. The model comes with a reworked body, 4-wheel-steering, torque-vectoring AWD, and a powertrain controller, called the Lamborghini Integrated Vehicle Dynamics system.
Nissan and Italdesign GT-R: gt-r50.nissan/#/en/overview
The product of collaboration between Italdesign and Nissan is among the most outrageously overpriced supercars of 2019. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Nissan GT-R these two companies joined forced to design and build a 50-units.
Bugatti Divo: bugatti.com/media/news/2018/bugatti-is-to-launch-a-strictly-limited-new-model-under-the-name-of-divo
Bugatti Divo is the newest hypercar produced by the company in the limited number of 40 units. It celebrates the 110th anniversary of the company and is the most agile and aerodynamic car in their lineup.
Brabham BT62: brabhamautomotive.com/bt62/
2019 Brabham BT62 is the first model built by the Australian manufacturer in 25 years. In Europe, limited-production two-seater supercar can be homologated for road use with an available Road-Compliance Package that adds about $200k to its starting price of $1.575 mil.
Ferrari Monza SP1 & SP2: monza.ferrari.com/en-en/monza-sp1
2019 Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 are the first two models in the “Icona” special series. They combine the classic Monza design and automaker’s latest engineering developments.
SSC Tuatara: sscnorthamerica.com/tuatara
How long do you think it take to design a hypercar? Well, SSC North America has spent the last 8 years refining the concept unveiled in 2011, and they are finally ready to present the Tuatara – a new benchmark of performance and speed.