Supercars have become almost what everyone is talking about today. Before now, 320km/h (200mph) was the barrier of supercars. But today, the fastest supercars exceed 480km/h (300mph) speeds.
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Apart from their performance, their looks have been another interesting aspect. They utilize aerodynamics and spaceship composites to achieve ridiculous speeds.
Also, the interior of supercars is also evolving at the same pace as other areas of the supercars. Below is a list of five supercars with exotic interiors.
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The Koenigsegg brand has created an entirely new niche in the automotive market, the hyper touring car.
The Gemara is a 1,700 horsepower vehicle with a four-seat plug-in hybrid that covers 0-100kmn/h (0-62mph) sprint in just 1.9 seconds on its way to a top speed of 400km/h (248mph).
The vehicle’s interior is bold, has a fixed panoramic roof, and has more carbon fibre.
Spyker C8 Preliator
The Spyker brand is big on the whole aviation theme, and the C8 Preliator exhibits that fondness dramatically.
The exterior of the C8 Preliator has tons of little aero tricks, with wings, vents, scoops, and diving angles front to back.
One thing that makes the C8 Preliator stand out is the interior. The interior drips in honeycomb stitching and leather and a dash composed of a ridiculously good-looking slab of brushed metal studded with an array of rounded gauges and polished chrome toggle switches.
It took Maserati 16 years before they could release this car after the MC12 ceased production in 2005. While the MC12 was cool, it was mainly a racecar with a boring-looking interior.
But, the MC20 sets the record with its perfectly blended interior with Alcantara, carbon fibre, and leather without compromising on the driver’s ride quality.
Although Rimac is still a relatively new supercar manufacturer, the brand is focused on creating a cleaner, faster future. And they also understand the essential ingredients for a top-class interior. Rimac has sculpted the inside of the Nevera with exquisite leather, which really compliments the car’s comfortable driving style.
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport
Bugatti is very committed when it comes to the materials they use in making their supercars. The Chiron Super Sport is a great example as although it has this ultra-futuristic look, its interior is traditional and timeless.
The Chiron does not have a huge touchscreen infotainment system or heaps of buttons. Instead, Bugatti opted for a simplistic leather-wrapped interior and old-school, mostly analogue gauge cluster.
Gone are the days when supercar makers focused mostly on performance and exterior. Many of them are now looking into designing exotic interiors that enhance the supercars’ look.
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