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Top 10 Supercars Anticipated in 2023: Roundup of Yet Unseen Models

Top 10 Supercars Anticipated in 2023: Roundup of Yet Unseen Models

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Top 10 Supercars Anticipated in 2023: Roundup of Yet Unseen Models

Modern high-performance cars seem to be lacking superlatives. We have already got sports, super, hyper and mega cars, what comes next? Well, we won’t speculate about the new automotive linguistical choices, but instead can show you the most recent 2023 introductions within this segment. To own these, you will need hundreds of thousands or even millions, so lets stick to our window shopping routine.

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00:00 Introduction

00:36 Pagani Utopia

Horazio Pagani decided that the successor to the Huayra should stick to simplicity, lightness and pleasure of driving. The Pagani Utopia has a carbo-titanium monocoque, carbon-ceramic discs and forged monolithic aluminum alloys that contribute to just 2822 pounds of dry weight.

01:49 Bentley Mulliner Batur

Bentley Mulliner Batur is a send-off car for the brand’s W12 engine that gets its most powerful version with 740 hps. It is limited to 18 units.

02:51 Audi R8 Coupé V10 GT RWD

Audi R8 Coupé V10 GT RWD is the final edition of the R8 supercar that says good-bye to thelegendary Audi performer.

04:01 Maserati GranTurismo Folgore and Trofeo

2023 Maserati GranTurismo Folgore and Trofeo are the new top-performers of the new generation GranTurismo family, that promises 760 and 550 horses respectively.

04:58 Hennessey Venom F5 Convertible

As of today, the 2016 Hennessey Venom GT is the unofficial holder of the top speed record for a convertible. However, this monumental 265.6 mph achievement is about to become obsolete, since the new Venom F5 Roadster is aiming at the 300-mph mark.

06:06 X-BOW GT-XR

The 2023 X-BOW GT-XR is road-legal version of the X-Bow GT2 that comes equipped with a 7-speed DSG and weighs under 2500 lbs.

07:15 Koenigsegg CC850

The latest Koenigsegg draws inspiration from the original 2002 CC8S that back in the day held the title of the world’s most powerful production car. The Koenigsegg CC850, however, prioritizes handling, cornering and braking, so it downtunes Jesko’s 5-liter twin-turbo V8.

08:21 Ferrari SP51

Ferrari SP51 is a one-off build, that is based on the 812 GTS and is created for the company’s unnamed customer from Taiwan.

09:29 BMW M Hybrid V8

BMW M Hybrid V8 will debut at 24 Hours of Daytona as a part of the new Le Man Daytona h class in 2023.

10:28 Bugatti Mistral

After Rimac Automobile absorbed Bugatti, the iconic French manufacturer of hypercars has to say good bye to the W16 internal combustion engines. The send off will be commemorated by the Bugatti Mistral that will become the brand’s fastest and most powerful roadster.

11:37 Rolls Royce Spectre

Rolls Royce claims to have created an entirely new automotive segment of ultra-luxury electric super coupes. Their first EV is a spiritual successor to the two-door Phantom. It will ride on the 30% stiffer all-aluminum Architecture of Luxury.

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