At the moment the media can’t help but flood our eyes with an unbelievable amount of adverts for cars. Everywhere you go you can see them on the TV, Internet and other mediums. It’s hard to go even just one day without seeing a car advertisment. A lot of these adverts are geared towards people who have a taste for stylish cars. These cars boast ample legroom, quality material seats and a plethora of luxuries that other car manufacturers simply can’t provide. That is why they are called luxury cars however. On the other hand there are cars that are purely advertised for their practicality and economical advantage. Cars that can do 50 miles to the gallon and have low maintenance costs are the ones I am talking about. And then you have the supercar. The supercar is the car is most out of reach to the population. It’s the dream car.
Basically, a supercar is a car that manages to combine effortless guile with hardcore raw strength and speed. It must also have some semblance of prestige. On average they cost more to buy than your regular American home. Driving them in the street constantly elicits reactions. Be it negative or positive. One of the best places to try these cars out would be the Autobahn where there is virtually no speed limit. Doing this on most roads is one of the easiest ways to get a load of speeding tickets however. These supercars are the subject of much desire. Men desire to drive these cars to satisfy their innate childhood dreams. Women dream of being with a man that has the money and power to drive them. Right now, Ferrari and Lamborghini are the two premier supercar makers. They ONLY make supercars and it’s amazing how long the reign of both manufacturers has lasted. Porsche is probably third behind the aforementioned big two.