Top 7 RAREST Supercars 2017-2018 In the World

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Top 7 RAREST Supercars 2017-2018 In the World
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Supercars: they're pretty rare. Sometimes though, a particular model has such a tiny number produced, that you'll probably never see one outside of your favourite motoring site. Sadly, most of these end up safely tucked up in private collections, never to grace the tarmac again. Regardless, we think they're massively cool, but which of these poster boys would we want in our dream garage? We've compiled a list of our favourites, counting down to the rarest.

The 911 GT1 is another great example of why we should love homologation rules. Rather than develop a racing version of a supercar for GT championships as the likes of McLaren did, Porsche approached it from the other way round. It produced a full-on race car, then did just enough to convert it for road use. It's a tactic that's been reproduced many times since, as evidenced by the Maserati MC12. The rules stated at least 25 road-going versions needed to be sold, so Porsche built a couple more than was required, charging £550,000 for each one. The 3.6-litre turbocharged flat-six churns out a meaty 530bhp, which is enough to send the 911 GT1 from 0-62mph in 3.9 seconds, and on to a top speed of 190mph. Number Produced: Around 27

Lamborghini Sesto Elemento
Like the FXX, this thing is for track use only. And as track cars go, this one takes some beating. With a carbonfibre chassis, body, driveshaft and suspension components, the Sesto tips the scales at a featherweight 999kg. The car uses a tweaked, 562bhp version of the Gallardo's 5.2-litre V10, so it's blisteringly fast. And with so little to weigh it down, it's probably the most capable Lambo to cane around a track. Number Producded: 20

Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
Alfa's drop-dead gorgeous 33 Stradale was based on the mighty Tipo 33 race car. Its diminutive 2.0-litre V8 developed about 230bhp, which doesn't sound like much, but in a 700kg car, that's a pretty damn potent figure. 0-60mph takes just 5.5 seconds and it'll top out at 160mph. Those are respectable figures today, but in 1967 when the Stradale was released, there was little quicker on the roads. Number Produced: 18

Lamborghini Veneno
After making the super-exclusive, super-expensive Sesto Elemento, Lambo upped the ante and made this Aventador-based monster. With just three coupes and three roadsters sold at £2.9 million each, it's difficult to think of many cars that are rarer or more expensive. The 6.5-litre V12 received a 50bhp hike over the Aventador, giving a massive power output of 740bhp. The body is the key part, however. The heavily sculpted front end of the Veneno acts as a giant wing, while the underside is smooth, helping channel air to a big diffuser at the back. Number Produced: 6 - 3 Coupes, 3 Roadsters

McLaren F1 LM
If the standard McLaren F1 wasn't extreme enough for you, there was always this: the McLaren F1 LM. Based on the legendary F1 GTR race car, the LM had the few creature comforts found in the F1 removed to save weight, and sat on much stiffer suspension. Aerodynamics also played an important part, with the LM getting the front splitter, rear diffuser and giant rear wing from the GTR. Lewis Hamilton was famously promised the XMP1 prototype car by Ron Dennis, providing he bagged three F1 Driver's titles for McLaren. Given that he's now at Mercedes and 'only' managed one title for McLaren, he's unlikely to be getting his hands on it any time soon. Number Produced: 5

The One:1 was introduced in 2014. Seven examples, including one prototype, were built during 2014 and 2015.
This was one of the most exclusive production car programs ever envisaged in the car industry.
The hp-to-kg curb weight ratio is an astonishing 1:1. This is the “dream” equation, previously thought impossible when it comes to fully road legal and usable sports cars. The One:1 is the first homologated production car in the world with one Megawatt of power, thereby making it the world´s first series produced Megacar.

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