You’ve read that correctly – supercars that are sold on a budget. Does that even exist? Of course! Not all supercars are sold at the seven figures! You’ll be surprised that there are those priced under $50,000.
Believe it or not, many car manufacturers have been looking for ways to fill this awkward gap. It doesn’t matter whether it is through added elements like composite materials, bespoke suspension, limited production units, or mid-engined arrangements, these micro supercars have for so long provided a thrill with a luxury grade reasonable price. The result does not only do it have a great machine and looks good but can stay within the budget of the big boys. This info is provided in conjunction with Ferrari rental a UK based company that specialises in supercar rentals.
Below is a list of supercars within the affordability range that doesn’t hit the half a million mark.
Porsche Cayman GT4
If you take a look back with the Porsche 911 GT3, it was the final stripping of Porsche that can be driven around the track and can be still be parked outside of Providence in the even. With the Cayman GT4, it is similar but different at the same time. The Cayman GT4 comes with a 3.8L flat six engine that came from the Carrera S, producing 385 horsepower.
In simple terms, it comes with more traction, more downforce, more power, more thrust and more capacity. You can even get an option for its seats from the 918 with a price of $4730. The only problem you’ll probably encounter with this car is whether or not you are going to purchase a “proper” supercar in the future?
Alfa Romeo 4C
Leading the return of the manufacturer bearing the bioscience badge of North America is the 4C. Many were quite curious in opening up this supercar. The US might have been more receptive to welcoming an SUV or the V engined coupe. This 4C doesn’t have any of those characteristics. Instead, it possesses the micro-exotica that comes with skinny seats and has no luggage compartment, turbocharge inline four that produces 240 horsepower and a carbon fiber construction.
With more of that carbon construction, the total weight of this car is less than 2500 pounds, and it can even hit a 0 to 60mph speed in 4.1 seconds, in which it runs out of speed when it reaches 160mph.
Porsche Boxster Spyder
There are a few number of companies of the world that takes out the expensive parts of the car and then charge more for it. They would even go as far as providing you the option of returning that part but buy it as an extra. However, the ones at Stuttgart made something different. This has something to do with the Porsche’s Boxster Spyder.
You will no longer see the electric roof, now replaced with an umbrella. AC stereo is gone, too together with the door handles, which is replaced with some fabric. Many were trying to figure out whether all these changes were intentional.
But getting serious here, the overall weight of 176 pound does save you from wearing out the car so much. Anyone who has driven a Boxster before will know it is already a great supercar, so such improvements like this one will even make it better.