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Supercar Investments – 2018 to Date

Supercar Investments - 2018 to Date

Several supercar connoisseur publications have made lists in the last few months of the “best new supercars to invest in now.”

At supercarsandclassics.com, we’re going to share with you a few of those cars, as well as talk about other investment news that’s been happening in the last nine months.

The Aston Marin DBS Superleggera starts at £225,000,this investment gem accelerates from 0-62 mph in 3.4 seconds. It possesses full-carbon construction which makes it very light, and as such can hit speeds of 211mph.

Next the Aston Martin Vantage is also on the list of new supercars to invest in today,the Vantage has been revamped – for the first time since 2005. It’s got a four litre twin-turbo V8 that can go from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds. Top speed is 195mph. And it’s got three selectable driving modes – Sport, Sport Plus and Track. The cost is only £120,900.

Then there’s the Jaguar F-Type Coupe, according to the reviews, this car offers supercar performance “without the super price tag.” It starts at just £49,900, surely the only way is up.

The Ferrari 812 Superfast is, by all accounts, the fastest production car that Ferrari has yet produced. It’s also going to be the last V12 Ferrari to be delivered that isn’t going to have hybrid battery augmentation. Experts think that this car will definitely go up in price. It starts out at £525,000,

Bentley is getting into the act with the Bentley Continental Supersports – believed to be the fastest four-seat car in the world. It can go from 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, and it can be acquired as a coupe or a convertible. Starting price is £233,800.

Of the supercars of the past, the Ferrari F40 rarely comes up for sale, and so values are climbing due to that scarcity. The Lamborghini Countach and Diablo is also tipped as a good investment as prices continue to rise.

Some experts predict the Pagani Zonda may double in price from what the new car price was.

Limited production numbers always help cars retain their value. For example, Ferrari’s 360 Challenge Stradale was for sale when new at £100,000. Experts predict that because they had limited production, they dont drop in value.

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