There is a certain thrill to being able to ride in a supercar, and anyone who has been lucky enough to have that experience will know what that’s like. As it happens, this year looks set to be a particularly good one for supercars, so real motorheads out there should be delighted for what is in store. There are a number of new features which look set to take the motoring world by storm, and the design of many of the newest vehicles do a great job of satisfying the senses. Today, we’re going to look at some of the best supercars of 2017, already released or yet to come, which most of us will want to get our hands on. Let’s take a look.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
When you are looking for a supercar, you know that you are going to get a certain level of expertise in design, and a certain amount of grace, from certain badges. Porsche is such a badge – the kind that you can always trust to deliver on style, speed and downright suavity. What’s more, if you are a fan of incredible speed, then the latest addition to Porsche’s already enviable arsenal is going to blow you away. With an incredible 0-60 in only 3.2 seconds, you are sure to get the kind of thrill that you’re looking for here. And with its 4 liter, 6-cylinder engine, you know that it’s going to be able to stand the test of time as well. If all that wasn’t enough, a dizzying horsepower of 500 means that there are fewer more powerful supercars coming out this year. Speed fans should watch out for this one closely.
Aston Martin DB11
An old name, but for that reason one of the most trusted as well. For a long time, even those who would otherwise struggle have got their hands on one thanks to bad credit car loans and years of savings. In this case, it’s not just the brand Aston Martin that means you know you can trust what you’re getting. The DB11 itself is a favored classic, and one which everyone is bound to know at least a little about. Hardcore fans will be delighted to know that the DB11 is back again in 2017, and not without some significant improvements either. First up is the fact that the overall design has been given something of a sleek, albeit subtle, makeover, meaning that everyone will know you’re driving a brand new example of the sexy classic. What’s more, the 2017 model comes with a 5.2 liter V12 engine, something that you’re bound to feel as you cruise along easily. A horsepower factor of 600 blows the Porsche out of the water, as does its 0-60 of 3.9 seconds. Style, speed and class: the DB11 delivers yet again.
This has to be about as exotic as cars are going to get in 2017. If you’re someone who is interested first and foremost in driving something that makes a statement, then the Chiron might be your go-to this year. However, only a handful have been made, meaning that you will have to act fast if you want to snap one up. But with its 8.0-liter engine and 1500 horsepower, it is hardly surprising that it’s so highly sought after – or so expensive.