There will only be 399 models of this exclusive seven-figure supercar. This extremely unique carbon-fiber exterior is totally topless, with no roof or windshield! Don’t get too hung up on design, though, under the hood is where the Elva really brings the heat: a twin turbo V-8 motor with 804 horsepower, clocking zero to 62 mph in under 3 seconds.
Ferrari 812 GTO
Speculated to be the last of its kind, the 812 will make final debut some time this year. Variations of this front-engine V-12 have been on the road for decades, so it’s likely this supercar will go out with a bang. Ferrari has reached out to loyal fans of the brand, but capping the production number at—you guessed it—812 samples.
Aston Martin Vantage Roadster
The Vantage is something Aston Martin has always gotten right, and the potential is still very much underway. This punchy little sports car shares the same twin-turbo motor as the Mercedes-AMG, but other than that this model is classically Aston Martin from tip to tail. This new model is bringing bigger, bolder features than Vantages before it, with tight steering and a head-turning purr as it cranks out a 0-60mph in 3.7 seconds.
The Evija does a fantastic job tapping into that all-electric look and feel, with butterfly doors and aerodynamic body, not to mention accents that can be tucked away—even the mirrors and rear wing for one smooth, rolling piece of metal. Made with the same Formula 1 carbon fiber materials, this Lotus for sale is light, safe and stiff for top speeds, which is well over 200 mph, by the way.
Debuting in 2017, the Roadster has been growing in popularity and success with each coming year. The appeal for all-electric was endless, especially in such a fierce, futuristic design. Today, the Roadster continues to bring the [environmentally-friendly] heat, giving those other sports cars a run for their money, literally. This Tesla for sale is impressively affordable (starting at $200,000) given its 0-60 mph sprint in just 2.1 seconds.
Aston Martin Valhalla
This jaw-dropping car is one for the movies, which is exactly where it will be, making an appearance in the upcoming James Bond film. The Valhalla is the result of a collaboration between Aston Martin and the Red Bull Formula 1 team, drumming up all of its power from a twin-turbo hybrid V6 engine. While top speeds haven’t been released, the potential is definitely there. Aston Martin will only be releasing 500 samples, each at a starting price of $1.3 million.
Bringing the futuristic Formula 1 technologies to the streets. This hybrid showcar is as efficient as it is fast, with a V-8 engine and whopping top speed of 217 mph, not to mention 1000 horsepower. The team had hit pause on this project for a while to ensure the AMG One would pass emission regulations, but production is back in action and set to be released sometime this year.
A $3.2 million price tag didn’t prevent the new Lamborghini for sale from selling out. Yep, you read that right—the exclusive 63 examples have already been scooped up, and it’s easy to see why. Lamborghini’s most powerful supercar yet has a menacing design to match its hybrid V-12 motor. No roof? No problem. For aerodynamic purposes, the Sián has no top to help it hit that 0-62 mph in under 3 seconds.
Chef’s kiss to this Italian feat. After teasing the MC20 for some time now, Maserati has finally flashed a few details, including a 630 horsepower twin-turbo V-6 engine with talk of eclectic components in the near future. Like other supercars on the 2021 horizon, Maserati has turned to Formula 1 for material to create a lightweight carbon-fiber body to rocket this race car into the 200 mph range.
Hennessey Venom F5
Hennessey has been taunting the world with this model for three years, and now, these exclusive 24 models are nearly ready for market. With a frightening 1,817 horsepower drumming up from a twin-turbocharged V-8 motor, there are rumors that this other-worldly design will clock 311 mph. It’ll be extremely bare-bones to maximize lightweight properties—the only heavy feature about the Venom F5 is it’s price tag, $2.1 million.