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At the time, only a few supercars felt as quick as the F40. This was also due to how quickly the turbos cranked up the power, giving the F40's acceleration an intensity that took your breath away every time. Ferrari claimed a 4.1-second time from zero to sixty miles per hour.
The car got a pretty basic interior with race car seats, little to no comfort features and also got no rear seats; of course! What this car definitely brought to the table was an experience, making it an icon. An experience of being in a car that everyone hangs posters of, an experience of owning the dream of millions of people.
 Bugatti Veyron
Being in the top 5 supercars of all time was obvious for this car, the Bugatti Veyron is a physics defying beast that changed motoring the day it was launched. This car with its million dollar price tag was the fastest car in the world, that makes it credible enough. Right?
Driving a Bugatti Veyron is like having a 14.6-foot-long open wallet with money spilling out all over the place. Each car takes five weeks to complete. The Veyron features 12 radiators, including the heater core. Driving this car can be more than a head turner, drivers approach from behind, tailgating before veering into one of the Veyron's rear-three-quarter blind spots, snapping shots with their cellphones.
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 Aamir Hussain

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