Even the most die-hard motorheads wont ever have a chance to drive the fastest and most stylish supercars on the market. But that doesn’t make it any less satisfying to read about all that they can do. From one-of-a-kind models to boundary pushing technology, these are the coolest new supercars that the Cool Material team has on their radar right now.
Donkervoort, a Dutch exotic car manufacturer, has released a new powerhouse of a vehicle: the F22. With a weight of just 1,653 pounds and a 500 horsepower 2.5-liter inline five-cylinder engine, the F22 has a better power-to-weight ratio than the Bugatti Veyron. In addition to its impressive performance, the F22 also features a manual transmission that caters to driving enthusiasts, as well as Recaro racing bucket seats with six-point racing harnesses and more interior space. Only 75 of these vehicles will be produced, with a price tag of $250,000 each.Read More
The Bugatti Centodieci, a tribute to the 1991 EB110 supercar, has just completed production with the 10th and final car rolling off the factory floor in Molsheim, France. The Centodieci, which made its debut in 2019, was sold out before the first one was even built. The last car was customized by an anonymous buyer, much like the previous nine owners, and features Quartz White with Black Carbon accents, Light Blue Sport brake calipers, and Light Blue Sport accents on the rear wing and interior, inspired by the original color of the EB110. Under the hood, the Centodieci boasts a quad-turbo W16 engine that propels the car from 0 to 62 mph in 2.4 seconds and on to speeds in excess of 230 mph. This limited-edition supercar comes with a limiting price tag of $8.8 million before taxes.Read More
An Alfa Romeo Giulia SWB Zagato, a one-of-a-kind two-door coupe, has been purchased by a lucky German buyer. The car was created to celebrate design house Zagato's 100-year partnership with Alfa Romeo and is based on the Alfa Giulia sedan. The exterior features triple-beam LED lights, large intakes, and the signature Alfa Trefoil grille, as well as a long hood, carbon fiber body with deep sculpting, a twin-bubble roof, and thin rear lighting, creating a unique look that pays tribute to the brand's history without being a copy of any specific model. The car's twin-turbocharged V6 engine has been boosted to produce 540 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque, and it is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission. As a one-off model, it is highly unlikely that this car will ever be seen in public.Read More
The Bugatti Chiron is already a rare and exclusive vehicle, with 400 of the 500 planned units having been produced so far. However, the Chiron Profilée is even more scarce, with only one of the intended 30 models ever being built. This grand touring version of the Chiron is set to be auctioned off by RM Sothebys, and it stands out from the Chiron Pur Sport with a fixed tail, wider air intakes, a larger grille, and a revised front splitter. It also features modified steering and suspension, as well as a gearbox with shorter ratios. The Chiron Profilée is the quickest version of the Chiron, reaching a speed of 62 mph in just 2.3 seconds. Given its rarity and enhanced performance, the winning bid for this car is likely to be significantly higher than the Chiron's base price of $3.3 million.Read More
UK-based Everrati Automotive has just unveiled its first electric Porsche 911, based on the classic 964 design. The car's gas-powered engine has been replaced with an electric motor that produces 500 horsepower, more than twice the power of the original 243-horsepower engine. This allows the sports car to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under four seconds. The electric 911 also features fast-charging capabilities, a custom differential, and regenerative braking, as well as full navigation, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, heated seats, and premium British leather. It also comes with a wide body kit inspired by the Porsche 911 Turbo. While the electric version may not have the signature sound of the flat-six engine, its impressive speed is sure to make up for it.Read More