Every year, no matter how hard we try to spy on their work, automakers manage to impress us with some new production cars that look out of this world. In 2013 the surprises seem to have started early because the Geneva Motor Show was already the source of some unexpected car models.
One of them is the Lamborghini Veneno which comes with a design that you have never seen before in a production car but also with a price tag of $4 million that’s definitely impossible to make available by most of us. This newest Lamborghini creation was designed by using as inspiration the Aventador supercar. That’s the main reason why it actually uses the same engine as the Aventador: a 6.5-liter V12. However, the Veneno doesn’t fail to make that engine even more appealing because it delivers more horsepower than the Aventador. That results in a higher top speed of 221 mph. If you are not impressed, you should take a look at this blog post and find a reason to be impressed among the vehicles that are expected to hit the market in the future.
If for now you choose to first focus on 2013 and its coolest cars, you should also check out the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. Priced at a spicy $2.4 million this car was until recently the most expensive car on the market (things changed when the Veneno decided to join the market). Its quad turbocharged engine is able to develop 1,200 hp, so it’s no surprise that while driving this Bugatti wonder you will have no problem achieving a maximum speed of 268 mph. However, the cars of the future are likely to impress with much more than just high speed, so if you don’t want to limit your imagination to this Bugatti’s top speed you should read this blog post and see if you can’t hope for much better.