This may be the closest you will ever get to cars like this, so take your time and look closely!

Aston V8 VantageAston V8 Vantage

Watch out Porsche! The Vantage proves that beauty isn’t just skin deep. Under its gorgeous exterior sits a potent 380-hp V8, a swift chassis and a stunning interior which cars twice as expensive wish they had.

Audi R8Audi R8

Based on the Le Mans quattro concept, shown at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show, this Audi supercar will feature a 610-hp V-10.

Bugatti Veyron 16.4Bugatti Veyron 16.4

This is even beyond exotic, reaching into the realm of the insane. Costing over $1 million, harboring 1,001-hp and able to exceed 240 mph the Bugatti Veyron is in a league of its own.

Ferrari F430Ferrari F430

Just because you are the ‘entry-level’ Ferrari doesn’t mean you aren’t the envy of the block. Boasting an amazing 4.3 liter 483-hp V8, with a war cry that will curdle your blood, and a 0-60 time under 4 seconds keeps this car running with the big boys.

Ford GTFord GT

Rekindling their prestigious Le Mans winning GT40 was no small feat, but Ford delivered with a vengeance. Sharing only looks with its forefather the Ford GT has a 500-hp supercharged V8 and an appetite for Ferrari’s.

Lamborghini GallardoLamborghini Gallardo

Q: An exotic that is easy to drive and can be used daily?
A: The Gallardo from Lamborghini. Of course we are still talking about a 492-hp, all-wheel drive road missile.

Lotus ExigeLotus Exige

How can a car with a measly 190-hp be considered exotic, you ask? Because this Lotus beats Goliath not with power, but with light weight. The entire chassis of the Exige weighs just 150 pounds, allowing it to run circles around cars with three times the power.

Spyker C12 La TurbieSpyker C12 La Turbie

This small Dutch company initially built airplanes during WWI and design motifs that pay homage to this can be found throughout the amazingly detailed interior. But you won’t see that as the Spyker flies by you, with a V12 engine in full song.


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