The Top 8 Exotic Cars of Today
Exotic cars are works of art or rather collectibles. They are extremely unique and it’s only when you drive it do you develop a different perceptive of how cars should be made. Here are a few exotic cars and its manufacturers, all manufactured with a vision, intent and purpose in mind.
Ferrari is obviously the first in the list! It was the advent racer Enzo Ferrari who had started the spirit of Ferrari which sparked a burst of frenetic sporting activity and typical Ferrari powerful, exotic cars.
Lamborghini was surprisingly developed through building farm equipment. The owner had a Ferrari where he had to keep replacing its brakes. Surprisingly, his farm equipment clutches were better brake replacements, and this spurred the rivalry between Ferrari and Lamborghini. However as the original model was a Ferrari, Lamborghini is number 2 in popularity.
The Bugatti is the 21st century’s amalgam of technology and design. Ettore Bugatti’s cars boast of an impressive technical design and beautiful exteriors, where he sometimes made technical compromises for aesthetic integrity. All this is predominantly seen in in his signature supercar, the Veyron.
Horacio Pagani first conducted composite research with Lamborghini in 1988 under the company names ‘Pagani Composite Research’. He later built his own car the ‘C8 Project’ in the late 80s, which was later named the Fangio F1 in memory of F1 Champion Juan Manuel Fangio.
5. Aston Martin
It was after Martin raced cars at Aston Hill, London that Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford together founded Aston Martin in 1913 to start making their own cars.
Bruce McLaren was born in 1937 in New Zealand a sickly child with Perthes disease. However he went on to become an international motor racing driver, designer and engineer. His success was attributed to his team work and his spirit is reflected in his exotic McLaren cars.
Bentley first started out making airplane engines in WWI and then ventured to make exotic cars. However the venture was short-lived with Rolls-Royce buying it from 1930 to 1982. The company was however revived when Volkswagen bought Rolls-Royce and Bentley in 1998 and from 2006 onwards, Bentley started producing ever faster exotic sedans.
This name stems from the surnames of the company founders, Charles Rolls and Henry Royce. The company has a strong global engineering operation with a vision of setting new standards to create the best car possible.
So this constitutes a list of the 7 top exotic cars in the world. Of course, the list does not end here as you near know when you can find your next exotic car in the auto industry!