6 Unique Track Cars You'll Want to Buy
If you like to wear business suits during the week, and racing suits during the weekend, you might be a track nut. A typical track nut spends most of his Saturdays and Sundays covered in sweat and grease, comparing lap times, and monitoring tire pressure. And that’s totally cool by us. But what do you buy the track nut that has everything? When the Ariel Atom and BAC Mono just aren’t enough, maybe these six track toys will quench your thirst for the unique. Click on the links to learn more: Caterham AeroSeven Concept
From the same firm that brought you the loved Seven, comes the AeroSeven. While the standard Seven is well and good enough, this new concept takes this modern cues and mixes them with a newer, more modern look.
It’s just a concept for now, but look for it sometime next year.
Announced only about three days ago, the Elemental RP-1 is the newest player in the world of track toys. But it comes packing some heat. A 276 horsepower engine compliments engineering know-how from former McLaren F1 racing engineers, and hopefully a good-looking carbon fiber body.
The RP-1 will make its debut in Goodwood later this year, going on sale early in 2015.
Oh, Canada, thank you for this wonderful creation. Built from the brilliant minds behind the Magnum racing team, the MK5 is the firm's first creation, but certainly not its last.
The MK5 comes with 250 horsepower and a $139,000 price tag.
The Rezvani Beast may look good, but it (allegedly) performs even better. A sprint to 60 only takes 2.7 seconds thanks to some 500 horses, and all this from a twin-charged 4-cylinder engine.
The Rezvani Beast fetches $149,000 for a 500-hp version, or $129,000 for a tamer 300-hp version.
Born in Mexico and built in the UK, the Vuhl 05 proves that pretty and powerful doesn’t always have to be uber expensive. Under the hood is a 2.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost engine producing 285 horsepower.
As for price, you’ll only be dishing out $84,000 for one of these purebreds.
While the Vuhl may come packed with power for less than $100k, the Zenos E10 gets even cheaper. You still get 200 horses from a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, but you’ll only have to dish out $39,500 for this wonderful little trackster.