Best supercars 2023

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Best supercars 2023 : Most petrolheads dream of supercars when growing up, but if you’ve done well enough for yourself, which one should you buy? There’s an incredible amount of choice on the market these days, and although a great deal of the available options are turbocharged, there are still plenty of naturally aspirated supercar options about to provide old-school thrills. 

1. Ferrari 296 GTB

The Ferrari 296 GTB is proof that plug-in hybrids don’t have to be boring, and the electric technology in this car bodes well for Ferrari’s upcoming fully electric car due to arrive in 2025. The 296 GTB packs a 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine (a first for the brand, because it doesn’t recognise the Sixties Dino as a real Ferrari) paired with a 7.45kWh battery and electric motor, which combine to produce a staggering 819bhp.

Ferrari 296 gtb price

the 296 GTB has only six cylinders, but don’t call it an entry-level Ferrari. According to several European outlets, pricing will start around 269,000 euros, which equates to around $321,000

2. Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Not everyone considers the Porsche 911  the a supercar, but there’s a strong argument for the iconic German sports car being thusly described in GT3 RS form. Porsche upped the ante considerably for the 992-generation version, focusing on mechanical grip and downforce since there’s only so much more power it can extract from the GT3’s naturally aspirated 4.0-litre flat-six under current emissions regulations. 

Porsche 911 gt3 rs price

Porsche 911 GT3 RS is the top model in the Porsche 911 lineup and the price of 911 top model is ₹ 3.25 Crore.It returns a certified mileage of 7.4 kmpl.

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