The Hottest Supercars of 2020

The definition of supercars keeps changing, with each carmaker trying to outdo their competition. However, there are a few things that have remained the same. Most supercar designs are two-door machines with tons of raw horsepower. That, combined with futuristic designs and top-of-the-line technologies, draws the line between the average vehicle and these supercars.

McLaren 720s

The 720’s six-figure price tag is justified with formula 1-like performance and the aerodynamics of a fighter jet. It is available as a slippery coupe and convertible, with both versions packing a viciously powerful 710-hp turbo V-8 powertrain. This kind of power makes this car too fast for the open road as the opportunities to unleash its power are frustratingly few and far between. Still, this car is loads of fun to drive and also sends a strong fashion statement.

Ferrari 488 GTB

The 488 GTB is aesthetically pleasing, insanely fast, and comes with a $400K price tag. The biggest test, however, is driving this car on the open road. You might have to visit a track to see its full power. The cabin is purely driver-focused, with all the essential controls being on the steering wheel or somewhere close. That makes the driving experience nothing short of amazing.

Lamborghini Huracan Performante

It’s hard to improve this $420k masterpiece from Lamborghini. The unique design, outstanding performance, and luxurious interiors are near perfection. That explains why newer models are almost identical to their bigger brothers, except for better motors plus a few bells and whistles. There is no doubt the Huracan is a beast when in full-track mode thanks to it’s 5.2-liter V10 engine that is famous for its exceptional soundtrack.

There you have it, the top 3 supercars money can buy. All of them come packing powerful engines, luxurious interiors, and hefty price tags.