It is common knowledge that women are for shopping and men are for cars. Rather than spending lavishly on simple or expensive cars, women would waste money on shopping clothes, makeup, accessories, etc. For women, shopping serves as their therapy. It is not a waste of money and time. It relieves all the stress at once. But, keep in mind that shopping such things is different from purchasing cars.
Compared to women, men consider cars their big toys – a bad boy’s haven. Like they say, cars are the toys for the big boys. Thus, men take a lot of time to think before purchasing new ones because they attach sentimental value to their first or previous car. Buying cars are like walking into a world of endless possibilities, which makes it tough to decide since the car gives other people a sneak peak into their personality. They also need to contemplate on the cost, the engine capability, top speed, and much more.
Now, let’s face it, women merely focus on the physical characteristics of most of the things that they acquire, particularly if they ever decide to buy their own ride. This makes it unreasonable to purchase super expensive cars. They do not focus on the specifications, but on the brand and public recognition. That just doesn’t do very well with the ladies. It’s sometimes called impulsive buying.
15. McLaren P1 LM
Manufactured by Lanzante Motorsports, the McLaren P1 LM holds the record of the fastest lap record, which is 6 minutes and 43.2 seconds, putting it to be the quickest sports car out there and dragging the Lamborghini down its spot. As reviewed by Top Gear, the vehicle has been proven to be designed especially for Formula One racing with a top speed of 350 kph. Though, the P1 LM is not for everyone because apart from its whopping price of around 4 million dollars, it is also limited to 5 production models. What makes it different from other sports car is its great tolerance for aerodynamics with a modified rear wing and enlarged front splitter.
14. Lykan Hypersport
The Lykan Hypersport raises the flag of Arab countries as it is acknowledged as the first Arab supercar. It was manufactured by W Motors, which was founded in the Middle East. Since it is the trademark of the Arabians, the Arabic symbol V was the inspiration of its exterior since it is a lucky and a promising number for them. At 3.4 million dollars, it is also the first car embedded with authentic jewels that add to its cost and appeal. Gaining such popularity has given the Lykan Hypersport the opportunity to debut in the film Fast and Furious 7 and video games such as CSR Racing and Asphalt Nitro.
13. Bugatti Chiron
Bugatti has taken it seriously to step up their game by making sure that every Chiron has undergone at least 30 pre-series tests. This is to ensure the satisfaction of buyers and value for their money since buyers are expected to pay around 2.6 million dollars. And possibly, these pre-series tests may be because the Chiron is the successor of the Veyron, raising a lot of expectations to car enthusiasts and critics. It’s just too shiny that it drives women away. Also, the front and rear look totally weird, so much so that even car enthusiasts are iffy getting it.
There is also be a limited production of 500 models with the carbon-fibre monocoque chassis, which is its promoted feature. It possesses two keys, one for the speed of 236 mph and the other is known as the Bugatti Speed Key for rides at around 261 mph.
12. Hennessey Venom F5 GT
CEO John Hennessey kept two goals in mind throughout the production of the Venom F5 GT – to make it fast and powerful. As Hennessey stated, “The best way I can describe the Venom F5 is its sophistication and aggression on earth.” However, it’s too aggressive for most women. The Venom F5’s name was based on the fastest and most prevailing wind on the planet, the F5 tornado, that has a speed that ranges from 261 mph to 318 mph. Thus, the Venom F5 is also expected to run between 261 mph and 318 mph. With enhanced aerodynamics and ultra-light weight chassis, it boasts a mind-blowing 1,500 horsepower and 7-liter twin-turbo engine too at a price of 1.1 million dollars.
11. Pagani Huayra
The Pagani Huayra is crowned as the king of the niche hypercar market. However, it’s having a tough time finding a queen. The name Huayra was derived from the South American wind god – Huayra Tata, mainly because of Pagani’s focus on aerodynamics for this model. Too windy, it drives the ladies away. With those doors, it is just a show-off.
It created four aerodynamic airbrake-type flaps at the corner to increase downforce and lessen the drag on the yaw, throttle position, steering angle, and braking force. However, at 1.4 million dollars, that’s not the only thing that the customer will attain. In less than 3.5 seconds, it can go from 0 to 62 mph. After a few more seconds, it can reach over 250 mph. It is another hypercar that bundles together power and speed.
10. Koenigsegg One:1
We have the Swedish company Koenigsegg Automotive AB to thank for since it manufactured the world’s first mega car called the One:1. In fact, the One:1 was named after its horsepower-to-kilogram weight ratio, which obviously is 1:1. Why is it called the first mega car? Before cars started having more than 1,500 horsepower, the One:1 could already excel more than 1,300 horsepower back in 2015. Because of this, even at 2.4 million dollars, all six models were sold before its release. Adding to its specifications is its capacity to run 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and reach the top speed of 248 mph. It attracts men but the car is not very popular to non-enthusiasts, hence, the ladies are not very familiar with it.
9. Zenvo ST1
Danish company Zenvo proudly presents the first car it has ever produced – the ST1. It is also Denmark’s take in manufacturing supercars. It is exclusively hand-built except for the 5 axis CNC router and designed by professional engineers, but only 15 models have been made available. At 1.8 million dollars, to name a few, the ST1 comes with keyless entry, satellite navigation, and telescopic steering wheel. For the people who live in the moment, it can reach 100 km/h in 3 seconds and 200 km/h in 8.9 seconds. The top speed of this hype beast can also reach 375 km/h. However, this speed is a bit scary for most ladies (and even guys) because accidents can be imminent.
8. Apollo Arrow
Apollo, formerly known as Gumpert Sportwagenmanufaktur GmbH, introduced the modified and confusing version of the Gumbert Apollo at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. It looks complicated that it drives people away. The brand of the car was the only thing changed, but they retained Apollo and added Arrow. Hence, the Apollo Arrow was born. The vehicle roars with a 1000 horsepower engine but is approved in street racing and by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA). Apart from its horsepower, its imposing force to run from 0 to 60 mph can be executed in just 2.9 seconds and reach its top speed of 224 mph after. As stated by Top Gear, it is undeniably one of the fastest cars ever to run lapses around their track.
7. Aston Martin One-77
The story behind the number 77 at the end of Aston Martin’s featured vehicle is the company’s decision to limit its production to 77 models. The One-77 was first introduced at the 2008 Paris Motor Show but was only unveiled at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. However, like the Bugatti Chiron, it’s just too shiny.
As stated by Aston Martin, the One-77 was the “most powerful naturally aspirated production engine in the world when the first car was delivered.” It can race up to 350 km/h and reach 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Thus, even at 2 million dollars, all these vehicles were sold out.
6. Porsche 918 Spyder
Focusing on the exterior, as the name suggests, the Spyder stands for the roof that can be removed and placed in a bonnet. However, the Porsche 918 Spyder was projected to be the fastest production car with the goal to reach 60 mph in 2.2 seconds, and it did. It was probably because of the additional electric power. It was also the first series production street legal car to break the 7-minute record of the famous Nurburgring Nordschleife by 3 split seconds since the 918 Spyder finished in 6 minutes and 57 seconds. It possessed the same engine as the RS Spyder Le Mans Prototype.
5. The Rimac Concept One
The Rimac Concept One is one of the fastest cars in the world that can reach 221 mph and 62 mph in 2.6 seconds. Though, aside from its high-speed performance, it has other special features under its sleeve. For instance, it has claimed to be the first full-electric supercar too, which isn’t a wonder since Rimac has expanded its market from bikes to boats. Instead of an engine under its hood, a power distribution unit can be found with high-tech electric motors and drivetrains. However, due to this set-up, the car catching on fire is virtually inevitable, which scares the ladies away. Also, the car costs a million dollars.
4. Ferrari F60 America
Like the 1967 275 GTS4 and NART Spyder that were produced to pay tribute to the United States of America, the Ferrari F60 America was introduced to the public during the 60th anniversary of Ferrari in 2014. The limited edition car was ugly though, making it difficult to attract ladies with it. It duplicates the Classic North American Racing Team livery as the colour scheme. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds, but no reports have specified its definite top speed. As American clients demanded, at 2.5 million dollars, it also possesses a V12 engine and offers open-top driving.
3. Lamborghini Veneno
In 2013, the Veneno was built to memorialize the 50th anniversary of the Italian Sports Company – Lamborghini. Yet, only 5 were created with 3 sold at 4.5 million dollars and 2 kept as a collection by the company. It arrives with an aggressive stance with sharp corners all over, which makes it less attractive for the ladies.
Due to the rarity of the car, they have even tracked the owners of the Veneno. One owner was an American businessman and car collector who was Kris Singh. Another was Antoine Dominique, the owner of Lamborghini Long Island. Though, the third owner did not disclose his or her personal details and remained anonymous until now. He or she is believed to live in China since the Veneno was spotted there.
2. Icona Vulcano Titanium
Based on its name, the Icona Vulcano Titanium is the first car to be created from exclusively titanium. The inspiration came from the Blackbird SR-71, from its dramatic silhouette and surface transitions. It is also probably the first and last one of the Icona Vulcano Titanium for a while since there is only one in existence. It is believed that Icona decided not to repeat the tormenting process of making the Vulcano Titanium because employees had to work for more than 10,000 hours to complete the said project. Although its appearance attracts men, the story behind it drives women away. Despite that, the attention-grabbing titanium body and specifications such as the 220 mph top speed and 60 mph in 2.8 seconds certainly attracted buyers.
1. Aston Martin Valkyrie
Another V car sprinting from the hands of Aston Martin is the Nebula, AM-RB 001, or popularly known as the Valkyrie, named after the Norse mythological figure. With the help of Red Bull Racing, the objectives of the two companies are to produce the fastest street-legal car in the world and beat the Mercedes-AMG Project One and supercars from Audi and BMW. It has been featured in auto shows such as the 2017 Canadian International Auto Show, 2017 Festival Automobile International, and London Motor Show. It’s too much of a sports car that it doesn’t fare well with the ladies. With no definite specifications yet because of its recent debut, it is expected to be sold at 3.2 million dollars with 150 road cars up for grabs.
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