Porsche 911 Carrera GT
The quickest and the most expensive super car ( approx. $484,000) is the Porsche Carrera GT 2007. Amongst the super cars, its unparalleled features are its 5.7-liter, 605-horsepower V10 engine, and its monocoque chassis with Porsche-patented engine and transmission mounts cleared of carbon-reinforced plastic and the foremost use of a ceramic composite clutch.
To lower the car's center of gravity, the clutch diameter was belittled. Its race-bred suspension and aerodynamic package plies secure and unchanging
move at speeds of up to 205 mph (330 km/h). The Carrera GT sports the panoptic use of lightweight materials, such as magnesium for its significant wheels and the frames of its exceptional sport seats. Porsche claims that the Carrera GT can skip from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.9 seconds.Porsche Carrera GT ‘s chassis and suspension is
based on the engineering of the Porsche GT1, the automobile that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1998
Interior; the Porsche Carrera GT 2007 was made with more service ambience and the encompassing usage of high-tech materials. The Carrera GT is a perfect; Porsche has done something spectacular in designing a new transversally mounted transmission.
The new 2007 911 Carrera GT is scheduled to be available in summer of 2007 ( base price $122,900)
The 2008 GT2 will be even quicker and lighter than the lightening fast 911 Carrera GT, but unlike that all-wheel-drive model, it will power only the rear wheels. The GT2's twin-turbocharged flat six should churn more than 530 hp, which translates to speeds in excess of 200 mph. The GT2 arrives in late 2007.