Ginetta Supercar

Feb 28, 2019

Category: Rides

There is an unprecedented number of supercars in the world right now, but not all of them get it right. Even big manufacturers are guilty of putting too much focus on one bit — be that performance, appearance, or otherwise — and not enough on the whole package. But when a supercar comes along that’s got it all, we tend to take notice. That’s the case with the Ginetta supercar you see before you.

It seems Ginetta took everything into account when building this beauty — everything except for a name. Even lacking a proper designation, however, this aggressive street demon is something special, boasting an in-house-designed 6.0-liter mid-mounted V8 that’s good for 600 horsepower and a top speed of 200 miles per hour. And thanks to its carbon fiber monocoque body and LMP-derived aerodynamic bits, it manages all of that with a weight of just 2,535 pounds. With plans to make just 20 of these 4-wheeled lightning bolts this year, 14 examples are already spoken for — so you’d better act quickly if you’ve got hopes of getting behind the wheel of one. Pricing has not been officially announced, but the brand claims it will fall somewhere under $530,000.

Purchase: $530,000

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