exotic car brands

exotic car brands

Exotic Car Brands

Apex Luxury Car Hire offers a variety of luxury car brands for rental. Our premium car brands include cars from six categories – Convertible cars, SUV cars, Wedding cars, Sports cars, Prestige and Exotic. These admired car brands are state-of-the-art and will provide you the most incredible driving experience in a multitude of locations that you can imagine. Rent one of our prestigious, exotic car brands and enjoy some of the best cars this world has to offer.
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Exotic Car Brands

Ferrari is a luxury sports car produced in Maranello, Italy. It’s probably the most famous European exotic car brand, and it is also a clear symbol of opulence and of a high social status. Ferraris started production in 1929 and although the company was gradually bought by Fiat, the main exotic car driving experience was conserved.
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Exotic Car Brands

The Best Exotic Cars For the Money By Sheryll Alexander Uncompromisingly designed and unabashedly exclusive, the hand-built machines on GAYOT’s list of Top 10 Exotic Sports Cars take the automobile into the realm of art. And while the $200,000+ price tag found on the majority of our picks presents a serious roadblock for most of us, these cars are hardly irrelevant. They offer a glimpse into the future of the auto industry, showcasing technologies and design elements that might soon make their way onto mainstream dealer lots. Take a look at our entire list sorted by the least to most expensive rides to find fresh fodder for your automotive daydreams. Intro 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next >
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Exotic Car Brands

The Ferrari tradition was also maintained because of the company’s participation in races. Nowadays, people who intend to purchase an exotic car that belongs to this brand can choose between the following models: California T, 458 Italia, FF, 458 Spider, F12Berlinetta, 458 Speciale and LaFerrari.
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Exotic Car Brands

The most acclaimed exotic car belonging to this company is the 918 Spyder, which offers customers “pure energy”, to quote from their slogan. This automobile is a hybrid, receiving 154 hp and 279 hp from 2 electric motors and 608 hp from an internal combustion engine.
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Exotic Car Brands

Automobile enthusiasts choose exotic cars because of their power and design. These type of vehicles are a sure way of attracting the attention of by-passers, thanks to their incredible overall capacity, speed, and smooth and sleek carrosserie lines. The models we have selected for this article come from European countries, USA and Japan.
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Exotic Car Brands

Maserati is known for its extravagant and expensive models of exotic sports cars, and its current available options include the Quattroporte, the Ghibli, the GranTurismo and the GranCabrio. The company announced 2 other upcoming models, the Levante and the Maserati Alfieri.
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In the USA, some high-class customers are accustomed to driving exotic cars. After all, the United States are home of the Tesla Motors brand. The company is known for its unique technology, highly eco-friendly cars and outstanding design.
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Uncompromisingly designed and unabashedly exclusive, the hand-built machines on GAYOT’s list of Top 10 Exotic Sports Cars take the automobile into the realm of art. And while the $200,000+ price tag found on the majority of our picks presents a serious roadblock for most of us, these cars are hardly irrelevant. They offer a glimpse into the future of the auto industry, showcasing technologies and design elements that might soon make their way onto mainstream dealer lots. Take a look at our entire list sorted by the least to most expensive rides to find fresh fodder for your automotive daydreams.
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Lamborghini is another famous Italian car brand which is currently owned by the Volkswagen Group, but still produced in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, the same town where its basic concept was born in. The company took a serious hit during the 2000 financial crisis, when its sales dropped by 50%.
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You can blame U.S. regulators for that. Mostly. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency tend to be pretty strict about what's safe enough or clean enough to be driven here. Generally speaking, anything that wasn't originally sold in the United States can't be imported if it isn't at least 25 years old. Don't even think about sneaking a car in, as your insurance would be void, and you may end up in jail – which wouldn't be nearly as awful as watching the feds crush your beloved Nissan Skyline.
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1984–1985 Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 The hot hatch rally action of the 205 Turbo 16 would've been a big deal on the Show and Display list a mere three years ago. However, the youngest Peugeot is now 26 and therefore eligible for import. That doesn't mean it won't cost you – at least $40,000 for the car plus import taxes and shipping fees. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
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1992–1994 Jaguar XJ220 With a top speed higher than 200 mph, the Jag could use up its 2,500 Show and Display mileage limitation in less than half a day of driving. Only 281 were built, with one – of course – sold to the Sultan of Brunei. The XJ220S race car cannot be imported. Photo: Jaguar
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1990–1992 Lotus Opel Omega, LHD Version Perhaps the most ordinary-looking car on the list, the Lotus Omega (also known as a Lotus Carlton in some markets) was a humdrum Opel sedan modded out by Lotus with a stroked engine, twin Garrett turbochargers and a transmission from a ZR-1 Corvette. It was, for a time, the fastest sedan on the road. Only 630 were built. Due to the expense of the Show and Display process, we recommend waiting a few years for it to turn 25 and then importing one. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
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2004–2005 Maserati MC12 Like many of the cars here, the MC12 was built for homologation, so that Maserati could return to racing after a 37-year absence. The MC12 itself was built on the chassis of an Enzo. Though the Enzo remained a faster car, some drivers got quicker lap times in the MC12. Photo: Speedin'/Flickr

Published on Apr 15, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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