5 Supercars On Every Enthusiast’s Bucket List To Drive
Bucket lists tend to focus on places to see and activities to do such as travelling to Europe or skydiving. But car enthusiasts create bucket lists focused on the automobile, with classic car bucket lists, offroading bucket lists, and everyone’s favorite: the supercar bucket list.
We thought it best to focus on the latter and have come up with five supercars that every car enthusiast must drive before they croak. Take a look, and let us know if we’ve missed something unmissable.
Here’s our top 5 favorites:
1) McLaren F1
The McLaren F1 is now 25 years old, but it is as wonderful today as is was a quarter-of-a-century ago. The F1 could hit 240 mph, which made it the fastest car in the world until the Bugatti Veryon came along. It may not be the fastest anymore, but the F1 has an analogue feel that no car since has ever been able to match. The F1 was powered by a 6.1-liter BMW-built V12 that produced 618 hp and 586 lb-ft of torque. Unlike modern supercars, the McLaren F1 used a six-speed manual transmission, that added to the overall feel. Every enthusiast dreams of being able to sit in the F1’s center-mounted driver seat for a test drive. The value of the F1 has been skyrocketing in recent years, which keeps it well out of reach of most people.