Overseas, supercar buyers are getting a lot of bang for their buck.
With the fall of the pound, people from overseas are buying supercars for a lot less than they previously would have had to pay. With the Brexit bargains heading over the supercar industry, with the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche, could this pose a problem in the future?
A high-end car dealer in Surrey reports that they’ve seen that overseas buyers are saving up to 20% on cars since the vote for Brexit.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia QV!
This is the car that a lot of car enthusiasts have been waiting for, for quite a while now! It stunned people when it went up against the BMW M3, showing off its Italian crafted Bi-Turbo V6 lump, using only aluminium and carbon-fibre.
Once you’ve finished shouting about the 500+bhp V6, you just have to take a step back and look at all the different elements that go in to how it’s styled, both inside and out. From the twin exhaust tips to the carbon-ceramic brakes, this thing is an absolute monster!
The Kia Stinger GT.
A Kia, with a 3.3L V6? There’s two things we wouldn’t have put together! On paper this thing is a rocket, 0-62 in 5.1 seconds and a top speed of 169mph? There’s just one thing that stands in the way, the image.
This could be one of the top performing cars for it’s money, but people these days care more about the image. They’d much rather drive a BMW than a Kia no matter how much they have to pay! But the thing is, we actually kind of like it! From the length of the bonnet to the A7 style rear end of it.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is a beast, but how about the Demon?
For those of you who are in to your modern-day muscle cars, you’re bound to be in love with the roar of the Dodge Hellcat’s cast-iron supercharged V8, it’s a monster. But news has come of a bigger, uglier brother… the Demon.
Developed to take a stab at the Ford Mustang GT350, the Demon will feature more than just an excessively outrageous look, it’s said to beat the Hellcat’s 707bhp. We can’t wait to see more of this one, and most of all to hear it!
A 1939 Mercedes-Benz that was hidden away from Nazis has sold for £5.2 Million.
This 1939 Mercedes-Benz 540 K is said to be the last ever of its kind on the planet. It was commissioned by Rolf Horn, an art commissioner from Berlin. That’s a good enough story for someone to take this relic in to their garage!
Produced just before World War 2, it was put in to storage in attempt to keep it clear of destruction. It then wasn’t discovered until over a decade later.