The 10 Most Anticipated Supercars for 2019

Who doesn’t love fast cars? If you’re interested in buying one of the premiere high-performance automobiles in the world, you might want to take a look at this list. Below are 10 of the best cars that you might ever envision, especially when you’re combining things like luxury and speed.

1. 2019 Ferrari 488 GTB Pista

For 2019, this car has a brand new design, both inside and out. It features new fenders and a brand new spoiler design, not to mention an enhanced interior. Basically, everything on the inside is new and it’s a cut above anything that has been done before. That’s saying quite a bit when you’re talking about a Ferrari, but it’s the truth. In addition, there will be a new engine and possibly even a solution for Ferrari’s Achilles heel. For years, the heater has been rather lax in these cars and a brand new design promises to fix that problem.

2. 2019 Mercedes-Benz S600 Pullman Maybach Guard

Perhaps the only thing longer than the name of this car is the car itself. It’s basically a supercharged stretch limo, with a twist. This car is bulletproof. In the most literal sense of the word, you could shoot at it all day long and it wouldn’t get a scratch. That fact, coupled with its high power and luxurious design, make it perfect for people in high places that would like to stay safe in their travels.

3. 2019 Mercedes AMG GTR

This car doesn’t just look sporty, it is the very definition of the word. With an engine that is capable of producing a whopping 570 horsepower, the car can achieve a top speed of 198 miles per hour. Clearly, this is faster than most people should ever consider going but if you like fast cars that are also fancy, you can have this one for a mere $130,000.

4. 2019 McLaren P16

You already know that anything that comes from McLaren is going to be special. With its aerodynamic design and spider doors, this car looks like something that should be in a James Bond film. In addition, the car has 640 horsepower and it can go from 0 to 60 in three seconds flat.

5. 2019 McLaren 688 HS

This is a car that looks like it should probably be the love child between a Lamborghini and a Bugatti. It definitely looks fast, and its looks are not deceiving. This car has almost 700 horsepower and that’s enough to take it from 0 to 60 in just over 2.5 seconds. Clearly, this is not a car for the faint of heart but it just might be perfect for a driver who’s skilled enough to handle it, provided they also have a fat wallet.

6. 2019 Bugatti Chiron

Speaking of Bugatti, this is officially the fastest car in the world right now. It has an engine that produces 1500 horsepower, taking it to a speed of 288 miles per hour. It’s mind-boggling to think that anyone could even approach driving a car at these speeds but if you’re interested in giving it a shot, you should also know that this car costs about 2.6 million dollars.

7. 2019 Aston Martin V8 Vantage

This is a car that’s capable of providing both performance and comfort, in every way you could possibly imagine. It’s fast, it looks great, and it has every conceivable amenity when it comes to the interior. It’s like driving a top-of-the-line luxury car that could just as easily get out on the racetrack and win.

8. 2019 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster

Obviously, anything from Lamborghini is going to turn heads. This car has the same sharp, aggressive lines that Lamborghini owners have come to know and love. It also has a powerful engine with that trademark low growl and it’s fast enough to take on anything that comes its way.

9. 2019 McLaren P14

This car doesn’t look like most people think a McLaren usually looks. It’s extremely aerodynamic and very low to the ground, giving it a curvy appearance. That being said, it also looks like it’s practically fast enough to sprout wings. The engine produces 700 horsepower and the car is capable of a top speed of 250 miles per hour. It also has all leather interior and one of the best sound systems on the market.

10. 2019 Bugatti Veyron

This is another speed machine designed by Bugatti. With the air intakes behind the driver, creeping up over the top of the rear window, the car has a very distinctive appearance indeed. Thankfully, it also has the ability to perform with the same amount of distinction, thanks to its ability to go from 0 to 60 in a little less than 2.5 seconds.


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