Most car enthusiasts would never even considering driving their car in the winter, especially if you live somewhere that sees lots of snow. Here are five great supercars that don’t need to be sidelined when the temperature drops as snow and ice covers the roads.
1. Audi R8 V10 Plus
Need a car that will gladly tag along for some fun in the snow? The Audi R8 V10 Plus model has your back. With a 5.2-liter V10 engine producing 610 hp, you will always have enough power whenever you need it. The R8’s standout feature that makes it perfect for winter drives is its Quattro all-wheel drive system. Thanks to the four-wheel drive coupled with a dual-clutch transmission system, you don’t have to worry about getting your Audio stuck. The four-wheel drive also gives you superior control on slippery roads.
2. Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4
Oh, boy! There was a time when driving a Lamborghini required nerves of steel and uber skills. Today, many will find that hard to believe because how refined and matured Lambs have become. Lamborghini’s best offering when it comes to winter driving is the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4. Both cars – the Audi R8 V10 Plus and the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 – have the same engine and drive train. Even though the power available is capped at 610 hp, you’ll never feel any lack of power during your adventures. In addition to power, you also get extremely good control thanks to the Huracan’s four-wheel drive.
3. Bentley Continental GT Speed
Few cars in the market can match the comfort, power, and luxury of winter drives in a Bentley Continental GT Speed. Imbued with a 625 hp 6-liter power horse, the Bentley’s twin-turbo W12 engine will satiate even the most intense craving for power. And the four-wheel drive gives you the control to match the power. The car’s elegant and ruggedly built exteriors, together with the luxurious and spacious leather-trimmed interiors, makes for a safe and cozy drive. The boot is amply large as well. Considering all these features, it is safe to say that the Bentley Continental GT Speed is one amazing Gran Turismo car.
4. Ferrari FF
No, you’re not seeing things – there is indeed a Ferrari for winters. Although it’s not the best-looking car the Ferrari offers, the FF’s all-wheel drive system makes up in control what it lacks in looks. And the addition of a dual-clutch system and slip-prevention front differential, makes maneuvering the Ferrari FF completely tension-free. What’s more, its 6.3-liter V12 660 hp engine is pretty damn powerful too. Even though the car is a hatchback, it has a spacious boot and enough room to accommodate two adults and perhaps one or two children comfortably.
5. Porsche 911 Turbo
The Porsche 911 Turbo brand has been around for a long time, 1963 to be precise. Its latest avatar, the Porsche 911 Turbo 991 series, retains the all-wheel drive feature present in the previous versions. But, the new model received a huge power up. Its 3.8-liter six twin-turbo engine produces a spellbinding 540 hp. And its dual-clutch PDK transmission system gives you amazing control over all that power. Add all that to the elegance and brand value of Porsche, you get an awesome winter supercar.