Here is a list of the best super cars in India. Check out these top-ranked super car’s prices, specifications, features, variants, and more.
1. AUDI R8
The Audi R8 is regarded as an everyday-usable supercar. The naturally-aspirated V10 engine, sourced from Lamborghini, makes a good exhaust note while also showcasing top performance. The styling of the Audi R8 has also won a lot of fans over the years. The Audi R8 features the brand’s legendary Quattro all-wheel-drive system; one of the best in the business.
2.MERCEDES BENZ AMG GT
The Mercedes-AMG GT is currently sold in three variants: GT, GT S and the GT R. While the AMG GT and the GT S are good performers, it is the AMG GT R that has set records. Dubbed as the ‘Beast of the Green Hell’, the Mercedes-AMG GT R showcases outright performance and was the fastest car around the Nurburgring racetrack when it was launched. The AMG GT R also makes a really good exhaust note from its 4.0-litre biturbo V8 engine.
3. Ferrai 488
The Ferrari 488 GTB is one of the first modern turbocharged V8 models from the iconic Italian supercar manufacturer. Successor to the Ferrari 458 Italia, the 488 GTB is more powerful and efficient but lacks the raw sound of a naturally-aspirated V8 Ferrari engine. The Ferrari 488 Pista – the 488’s track-focussed sibling – is currently one of the fastest cars in its segment. The supercar has also got a convertible version – the Ferrari 488 Spider
The Lamborghini Huracan is available in 8 variants and 22 colours. Here are more Lamborghini Huracan details such as prices, specifications and mileage. You can also check out the Lamborghini Huracan on-road price and EMI. Our detailed Lamborghini Huracan comparison further helps you compare the Coupe with its rivals. DriveSpark brings you every Lamborghini Huracan information you would ever need.
5. Nissan GT-R
The Nissan GT-R aka Godzilla is one of the most popular supercar names in the world. The current R35 GT-R is kind of a bargain buy compared to a Ferrari or a Lamborghini. Known as the ‘supercar killer’, the Nissan GT-R showcases enough performance to challenge supercars double its price, on a racetrack. The 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V6, the all-wheel-drive system and the decades-old heritage have won the GT-R millions of fans over the years.