Supercars. They need to have looks good enough to adorn bedroom walls the world over and to make passers-by walk into lamp posts. Performance has to be monumental these days – nigh-on hypercar levels – and there’s no room for handling like a wet bar of soap. Supercars should be high-tech and the ultimate expression of the distilled essence of high performance. The best supercars need to do it all, and do it better than the competition.
Front-engined, rear-engined, mid-engined – it doesn’t matter too much where you place the engine in your supercar – we have examples of all three in our top 10 best supercars list and that’s the beauty of the breed, each one has been honed to within an inch of its life by manufacturers to showcase the very best of their engineering ability.
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Some supercars will be easier to live with than others but long gone are the days of recalcitrant behavior at low speeds or in town, just about all of the cars here should be just as capable of day-to-day use as they are at clipping apices on a track day or blasting to the South of France.
The supercar buyer has perhaps never had it so good – there are a huge number to choose from and each has their particular zeniths and nadirs, although hopefully more of the former than the latter. But which should you opt for? We’ve rounded up our top ten supercars to help you find out. Click onto the next page to see our full roundup, or click on the list below to read our individual reviews of the cars in question.
- McLaren 600LT
- McLaren 720S
- Ferrari 812 Superfast
- Lamborghini Huracan Performante
- Ford GT
- Ferrari 488 Pista
- Mercedes-AMG GT R
- Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
- Porsche 911 GT2 RS
- McLaren 570S
Click onto the next page to see our full roundup, or click on the list below to read our individual reviews of the cars in question.