With supply chain issues and production difficulties, lots of mass market automobiles are plagued with delays. Today, however, we would like to talk a bout an entirely different breed of models, that have been under development for the past few years. These are extreme supercars that pioneer new technologies and design approaches, have eye-popping prices, and promise to arrive in very limited numbers. Let’s dive into the world of the most anticipated hyper and supercar models of today and ponder the question: “when will they finally be produced?”
|Most Anticipated Cars||Price(USD)|
|1. Devel Sixteen||$1.6 – 2 million|
|2. Mercedes-AMG One||$2.62 million|
|3. Hennessey Venom F5||$1.8 million|
|4. Koenigsegg Gemera||$1.9 million|
|5. Tesla Roadster||$250 grand|
|6. Aston Martin Valhalla||$800 grand|
|7. Aspark Owl||$3.2 million|
1. 2017/2023 Devel Sixteen
We can’t say for sure if Devel Sixteen is legit, but the United Arab Emirates company is still working on its 5000 horsepower megacar with a quad turbo V16 engine.
2. 2017/2023 Mercedes-AMG One
The Mercedes AMG One concept was unveiled in 2017, and production was set to begin in 2019. The car has been delayed multiple times since then, but the business now claims that it will be delivered to its 275 customers in 2022.
3. 2014/2017/2023 Hennessey Venom F5
The Venom GT’s successor is almost ready to roll off the assembly line. The Venom F5 from Hennessey Special Vehicles is the world’s fastest hypercar in theory, albeit it may never undertake a speed run.
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4. 2020/2023 Koenigsegg Gemera
According to the latest sources, manufacturing on the four-seater Koenigsegg Gemera will begin in 2023, three years after its public debut. The PHEV drivetrain based on the Tiny Friendly Giant engine should be retained, and the vehicle will receive a luxury cabin with dihedral doors.
5. 2017/2023 Tesla Roadster
The second version of the Tesla Roadster has been delayed even more, this time due to supply chain issues. The world’s fastest electric hypercar is now expected to be delivered in 2023.
6. 2019/2024 Aston Martin Valhalla
Unlike the Aston Martin Valkyrie, the Valhalla is currently in development and will be available in 2024. It’s a rear-mid-engine hypercar with a Mercedes-AMG plug-in hybrid powertrain.
7. 2018/2023 Aspark Owl
Aspark Owl started out as a 600 horsepower electric vehicle with a limited range, but it grew into a record-breaking hypercar with boundless potential and the world’s quickest 0-60 mph acceleration of 1.69 seconds.