Are you looking for New Supercars 2023? Several manufacturers should spring to mind when thinking about high-end hypercars and extremely quick supercars, including Bugatti, Ferrari, Koenigsegg, Rimac, and Pagani. These producers have established themselves as the leaders in the supercar and hypercar market, offering to their most affluent customers the world’s fastest, rarest, most beautiful, and in this instance, most costly automobiles.
But to find out which of these expensive, unaffordable to most automobiles is the most expensive, we’ve combed through the invoice sheets and found 50 vehicles, all of which are valued at $1 million or more. The collection comprises two one-of-a-kind Rolls-Royce automobiles designed for royalty, two hybrid Ferrari convertibles, an American speed demon, a couple of electric Hypercars, and an American speed king.
However, we should point out that these costs represent the cost of the cars at the time of purchase. So, we don’t include high-priced used sales or auction automobiles like the Ferrari 250 GTO. But don’t worry, and there are still automobiles here valued at hundreds of millions to whet your thirst.
- Porsche 911 Dakar
Undoubtedly, a new Porsche 911 model is in the works. When is there not? We anticipate the facelifted 992 to appear soon, with the 911 ushering in the era of electric supercars. However, there is a hacked-up, rough-and-tumble version available in the interim for living out your rally raid dreams while driving to the grocery store.
- Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato
And Porsche isn’t the only company looking into the off-road-capable sports vehicle market. By launching the Sterrato, Lamborghini will bid the Huracan adieu. Expect headlights, massive bolt-on wheel arches, and extremely smug owners every time they witness an ordinary supercar cautiously navigating its prized carbon fiber splitter over a speed bump.
- Alpine A110R
A more airy Alpine! Would you have believed it to be possible? No, not us. However, the small A110 has shaved 34kg while gaining downforce and seemingly losing drag owing to a diet of carbon fiber parts, including a new top, rear screen, and even carbon wheels.
Additionally, it is considerably firmer and more secure, and the chairs will hold you as King Kong would a helpless damsel. In 2023, it could be on the cusp of sports car nirvana, but will it be too serious and intense for its own good?
- Lamborghini V12 hybrid supercar
ICYMI, Lamborghini confirmed manufacture of the last Aventador will begin in October 2022. What will cover the gap left by that at the top of the raging bull’s range, which is the size of a V12? Yes, another wedge with a V12 engine.
Lambo will enter a new age with the transition to plug-in hybrid technology, though. Instead of a long e-range, we anticipate a system that enables silent engine-off commuting (which, of course, all Lambo owners have been pleading for) and a rapid-discharge battery that unleashes e-boost torque into the drivetrain as the V12 wraps itself into a frenzy.
- McLaren Artura Spider
The Artura didn’t exactly have a smooth start, but being McLaren’s main supercar and its first hybrid in series production, it serves as the foundation for all future work Woking will undertake. The drop-top Artura shouldn’t be overlooked, even though you’re probably drooling over the idea of a 720S replacement with Ferrari 296-busting power.
Because of the rigidity of the carbon fiber tub, McLaren’s Spiders are always fantastic and don’t feel compromised like, for example, a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder. Compared to the proposed SUV, an open-season Artura feels more like “McLaren.”
- Ferrari SF90 ‘Speciale’
Ferrari’s SF90 has 986 horsepower. Power or speed upgrades are not required. Ferrari, though, is planning an even more extreme version, and it’s probable that the major improvements will come from aerodynamics rather than the drivetrain.
We anticipate Ferrari to focus on increasing performance through downforce rather than ramming a rocket up the exhaust pipe, similar to Porsche’s GT3 RS.
- Ford Mustang Dark Horse
A ‘dark horse’ is typically an unheralded or understated contender who emerges out of thin air to outperform the competition. But Ford’s next pony isn’t exactly quiet, reserved, or beneath the radar. It has 500 horsepower, improved cooling, a smaller radiator, magnetic-adaptive dampers, and plenty of darker trim, so think of it as a Mustang that has been on a cardiac exercise.
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Given that the muscle car is nearing its end, it seems like Ford has done everything it can to tackle this.
- Aston Martin Valkyrie
Aston Martin’s F1-inspired hypercar is listed for a record-breaking seventh time on TG’s list of vehicles to look forward to in the next year.
We have yet to test the 1,000bhp+ V12 hybrid that was first unveiled in 2016 as a collaboration with the now-absent Red Bull aero genius Adrian Newey, even though a trickle of vehicles are already reaching customers (supposedly finished but requiring sign-off of the most severe track mode).