Hypercars And Supercars Encyclopedia

Hypercars And Supercars Encyclopedia

The world of cars is changing, so fast that it’s hard to keep up. The supercar used to be the pinnacle of automotive luxury and performance. Now, there are hypercars — cars designed for extreme speed and agility. They’re not just faster than anything else on the road; they’re faster than most people can imagine driving in their lifetimes! This list of hypercars and supercars includes everything from Ferrari’s $3 million LaFerrari Aperta (which has an open roof), Aston Martins with V12 engines (that’s 12 cylinders!), Lamborghinis that look like something out of a comic book, McLarens that stick to walls like glue (seriously). So buckle up: we’re going on a ride through the most expensive and fastest cars ever made by human hands.


Ferrari is an Italian automobile manufacturer that is known for making sports cars, but they also make luxury sedans and SUVs. Ferrari was founded in 1939 by Enzo Ferrari, who began working at Fiat’s racing division before starting his own company. The company’s headquarters are located in Maranello, Italy; however, there are also several facilities throughout Europe and North America (including Texas).

The logo for Ferrari depicts a black prancing horse on a yellow background–a reference to its founder’s name (Enzo).


Lamborghini is an Italian supercar manufacturer and one of the most prestigious brands in the world. Founded in 1963 by Ferruccio Lamborghini, an Italian industrialist who made his fortune building tractors and air conditioning units, Lamborghini has produced some of the most expensive cars ever made as well as some of their fastest, most powerful models. The company’s first model was called 350 GTV (Gran Turismo Veloce) and it was released in 1964; it featured an aluminum body on top of a tubular steel frame with no doors or windshields–just two holes where your legs would go through if you wanted to drive it!

Lamborghini has gone through many different owners since then but continues to make high-end sports cars today under its own nameplate; they also make engines for other companies like Audi and Ferrari

Aston Martin

Aston Martin is an English manufacturer of luxury sports cars. The company was founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, who then sold it to David Brown in 1947. In the 1960s, Aston Martin tried to diversify its model range with the development of a number of different models including the V8-powered DB4 GT Zagato (1963), the mid-engined AMR1 (1964), and an unusual four-wheel drive prototype called DP214/DP215. The latter was never put into production due to financial difficulties at parent company David Brown Limited. In 1987 Ford acquired Jaguar Cars Ltd., which included manufacturing rights for Land Rover vehicles until 2007 when they were sold off separately by Indian automaker Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.. After being owned by Ford Motor Company from 2008 until 2017 when Geely Holding Group took over ownership of all remaining shares available on public markets worldwide excepting North America where Aston Martin remains independent under new CEO Andy Palmer but still partakes heavily into joint ventures with companies such as Nissan Motors Corp..


McLaren is a British manufacturer of luxury, high-performance sports cars, located in Woking, Surrey. McLaren Automotive is the second most valuable British car manufacturer.

McLaren Automotive was founded as the McLaren Team Ltd by Ron Dennis and his partner Mansour Ojjeh in 1988 (as Bruce McLaren Motor Racing Ltd) to develop and market sports cars made by its sister company, which was founded earlier that same year but had not yet designed or built any vehicles. In addition to its core business of building beautiful road cars like the Formula One-inspired 650S Coupe, it also produces one of the world’s fastest supercars: The P1 Hypercar.

Rolls Royce

Rolls Royce is a British luxury car manufacturer that was founded in 1904 by Charles Rolls and Henry Royce. The company’s headquarters are in Goodwood, West Sussex, England with production facilities in Crewe, England; Germany (at the Nuerburgring); Indiana, USA; Japan and China. Rolls Royce cars are produced in several locations around the world with most of them being hand-built at their Goodwood factory while some others are mass-produced on an assembly line basis at their Crewe factory which consists of four main production lines: body shell assembly line; paint shop; final assembly line; vehicle preparation area where cars undergo additional checks before being shipped off for testing purposes or customer delivery.

Rolls Royces have always been considered one of the most expensive vehicles ever made due to their many luxurious features such as leather seats trimmed with woolen cloths woven by John Lobb Ltd., wood veneers finished by Scottish cabinet makers David Linley & Sons Ltd., silk upholstery thread made exclusively by Thomas Mason & Co Ltd., etcetera


Porsche is a German manufacturer of sports cars and SUVs. The company was founded by Ferdinand Porsche, an automotive engineer.

The headquarters are located in Stuttgart, Germany.

This is a list of the best car makers in the world

  • Ferrari
  • Lamborghini
  • Aston Martin
  • McLaren
  • Rolls Royce

The list of best car makers in the world is long, but these are some of the top names that come to mind when you think about luxury and performance.

This is a list of the best car makers in the world.