Top 9 best supercars 2022: The definition of a supercar may have changed over the past two decades, but that fact hardly makes the metal content that makes up this class any less sensational.

Here it’s the world’s greatest mid-engined, upper-level performance machines we’re celebrating: not the very highest echelon of the performance car market, but rather the kind of cars you think about when you picture a modern FerrariMcLaren, or Lamborghini. If it wasn’t a lucrative club to be in, the likes of Maserati and Aston Martin wouldn’t now be queuing up to enter themselves.

1. BMW M1 (All New)

The BMW M1 (model code E26) is a mid-engined sports car produced by German automotive manufacturer BMW from 1978 to 1981. … The resulting car was sold to the public, from 1978 to 1981, as the BMW M1. It is the first mid-engine BMW automobile to be mass-produced; the second is the i8 plug-in hybrid sports car.
Engine: 3.5 L M88/1 I6
Designer: Giorgetto Giugiaro at Italdesign
Curb weight: 1,300 kg (2,866 lb)

The recently previewed Vision M Next Concept will make its public debut at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, and BMW has already said that it plans to “deliver on what we promise” – suggesting that the firm is seriously considering putting the car into production. Insiders have already told us it’s likely the car will be introduced as a limited-run model ahead of the launch of the second-generation i8.

Power is thought to come from a four-cylinder petrol engine mounted behind the driver, which is complemented by two electric motors for a total power output of 591bhp. Its 0-62mph time is thought to be around the 3.0sec mark, while an electric-only range of more than 62 miles is thought to be possible.

 

2. McLaren 720S

Top 9 best supercars 2022

The McLaren 720S is a sports car designed and manufactured by British automobile manufacturer McLaren Automotive. … The 720S was launched at the Geneva Motor Show on 7 March 2017 and is built on a modified carbon monocoque, which is lighter and stiffer than the previous model, the 650S.
Engine: 4.0 L M840T twin-turbocharged V8
Kerb weight: 3,128 lb (1,419 kg) (720S Coupé); …
Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch
Price:  $499,000 to $582,700

3. Ferrari SF90 Stradale

2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale First Drive: We Didn't See (or Hear) It Coming

The SF90 Spider is an open-top variant of the SF90 Stradale equipped with a retractable hardtop. It is the first Ferrari plug-in hybrid car offered as an open
Engine: 4.0 L (3‎,990 cc) twin-turbocharged Fer
Electric motor: 3 electric motors (one mounted 
Electric range: 26 km (16 mi)
Hybrid drivetrain: PHEV
Price: $507,300

4. Ferrari F8 Tributo

The Ferrari F8 Tributo is the new mid-rear-engined sports car that represents the highest expression of the Prancing Horse’s classic two-seater berlinetta. It is a car with unique characteristics and, as its name implies, is an homage to the most powerful V8 in Ferrari history. CO2 Emission: Low: 490 g/km. Mid: 276 g

Engine: 3.9 L F154CD twin-turbo V8
Kerb weight: 1,435 kg (3,164 lb)‎
Production: 2019–present
Model years: 2020–present
Price: $276,550

 

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