You want yourself a special car? Got some cash to spend? Here are 20 of the best low volume hypercars you can get your hands on. If you can find them. Or afford them.
How does a turbo-free V12 with 780 hp, 560 lb-ft, and silly downforce sound to you? Well, take a look at the Apollo IE then. Not only is it crazy fast, but it looks like the Batmobile. Oh, and only 10 will be made.
You thought the LaFerrari was a limited run hypercar? Bless you, child, you know not of what you speak. Ferrari’s open top LaFerrari packs the same 6.3-liter V12 hybrid powertrain as the coupe, so it’s mega quick. Only 200 were sold to customers…
With Red Bull Racing’s very own Adrian Newey sorting the aero work, silly low weight, and power output allegedly north of 1,000 hp, the Valkyrie is sure to be special. Aston Martin has said only 150 will ever be built.
Once the fastest car in the world, the 250 mph+ Veyron may have divided opinion with its looks, but not with its raw power – up to 1,183 hp in Super Sport form. 450 Veyrons rolled out of the Bugatti factory gates in Molsheim.
The Veyron was fast, but the Chiron is faster – 1,500 horses as standard, and more modern engineering under the hood mean the Chiron is one of the coolest cars out there.
The Pagani Huayra is a cool car, but taking the roof off upped the cool quotient tenfold. Boasting 754 hp, only 100 people will get their hands on the keys.
There are, and only ever will be, five Jaguar C-X75s in existence. All of them prototypes of what would have been a worthy competitor for the Porsche 918, Ferrari LaFerrari and McLaren P1.
How do you follow up the Ferrari F50? How’s about more power, bolder looks and a starring role in Charlie’s Angels 2: Full Throttle? Only 449 Enzos hit the road, one of them going to the Pope (who auctioned it off for charity).
When you think of a Jaguar E-Type you think of power, speed, looks and handling. The real thing offers some of that, but an Eagle E-Type goes the whole hog. Pretty, fast, glorious, $morethanyouhave.
Much like Eagle, Singer takes the Porsche 911 to the stage you’ve always dreamed it would be. With revised looks, premium engineering and a noise to die for, you’ll stop whole cities in a Singer car.
We wouldn't blame you if you've never heard of this one, but combine stunning sportscar looks with a whacking great V8 and you get the Marcos TSO. It’s a shame it never took off, but the few that are out there are cool as.
Depending on who you ask either nine or 14 Bristol Fighters were built. Developed on a shoestring budget its distinctive looks and gullwing doors made it stand out. As did the noise from its V10 engine…
Designed by a student, adored by many, the Morgan Aeromax takes retrofuturism to new heights on the road. Its side-pipes spitting out 367 hp’s worth of noise helps, of course. A mere 100 hit the road.
If we’re talking super cool and super limited, the McLaren F1 can’t be left off this list. A ground-breaking car in its time, it remains the top of most people’s "I MUST HAVE ONE" lists. Sadly, the cost of getting hold of one of the 106 cars made gets higher every year.
Designed for racecar homologation, it was lighter, faster and better than other 911s of the era. A little over 1,500 were built in the mid 1970s and they’re highly sought after. Don’t expect much change from £1,000,000 ($1.3M) if you find one to add to your collection.
Another Ferrari, we know, but this one’s worth it. 39 rolled out of Maranello in all, created for race homologation purposes. V12 power and looks to kill make the 250 GTO one of the coolest cars ever built. Though auction prices are pushing them well in to the eight figure range…
You know how the Lamborghini Aventador is cooler than a freezer in the Arctic full of ice lollies with its door open? Take the roof off and only build one. Your enclosed Aventador feels a bit naff now, doesn’t it?
After a fire at Jaguar’s Browns Lane factory destroyed the tools to make more, only 16 were ever made. Steve McQueen owned one and it’s based on the Le Mans-winning D-Type race car. Need we say more?
Not strictly a supercar, but it’s powered by a 536-hp V8 and it has SIX FREAKING WHEELS. Whether you dig the G-Class look or not, you’ll certainly get noticed in the 6x6.