We All Forgot These 7 Amazing Supercars But Need To Be Rememberer
The first car that we are going to mention is built by Mercedes Benz. It is known as the Isdera Imperator 108i. It was like something that just came out from the future when it was unveiled to the public in 1984. However, 9 years later Mercedes was able to sell only 30 units of this car. Two of them made their way to Japan. The next car was designed by Jay Leno, General Motors, Honeywell, Alcoa, and BASF. Its name is GM EcoJet and it is a concept car. It runs on biodiesel fuel and it is equipped with a Honeywell LTS101 gas turbine.
A few more words about it – rear wheels drive and a four-speed automatic transaxle from a C5 Corvette. Bugatti EB110 is the next one. This monster got a a 60-valve quad-turbo V12 engine under the hood. It was in production for only 4 years from 1991 to 1995. Ruf CTR2 is based on Porsche’s Type 993 generation 911. Its predecessor is one of the most rare supercars around the world. It could go from 0 to 60 mph in under 3.5 seconds. 15 units of the Venturi 400 GT made it our of production. This is the first car ever to come out with standard carbon brakes.
Monteverdi Hai 450 SS might be a car that you had never heard of. It was built with the intention to compete against Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini.
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Yamaha OX99-11 is actually a sports car built by Yamaha’s subsidiary Ypsilon Technology and IAD in 1993. They made only 3 examples of it.