I don't necessarily want to own one, but I would love to drive one. Yes, any of the top 10 exotic cars are the stuff which we dream of. I am quite certain that if I found myself face to face with one, dissappointment would be nowhere to be found.
To make this list, each care must be the top performance model manufactured by a series production builder and certified for operation on public roads. In other words, these cars are all 'mainstream mass market goods'.
In the world of exotic cars, you would expect particular demands to be replaced in exchange for the experience. When Audi brought the all-wheel drive R8 along, all those myths were dispelled. It is said that driving it feels like driving any other car. In fact, Audi's R8 is remarkable in just how unremarkable it feels - until you find someplace to turn it loose and let if fly.
How serious is Audi about boosting the R8? The 5.2 litre, V10 Plus model, the one just about anyone can buy, as long you have $200,000+, has more horsepower than the LMS, that's the Le Mans Series racing car it's based on - at 610 horsepower. With a redline all the way to 8700 rpm, the R8 will reach 100km/h in a very supercar-like 3.1 seconds, which is the very same as Lamborghini's latest Huracan, and has a top speed which is equally eye opening at 330 km/h. Now that's flying!