10 Super Rich Cars Expected In 2019: A number of famous brands such as Bentley, Lamborghini or Rolls-Royce enter the world of SUVs to give customers more choices when deciding to buy a supercar. In addition to traditional motorized hybrid vehicles, hybrid cars or even full electric power, this seems to be a new trend in 2019. Here’s a list of 10 supercar models. Most interested in the next year to see new models of big brands.
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ: ($517,770 USD)
Introduced in August this year, the Aventador SVJ is the fastest car to date that you can buy from a car company based in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy. Equipped with a 6.5 liter V12 engine, the car can reach maximum power up to 770 horsepower, while maximum torque is 720 Nm. This power boosts the car from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, before reaching a maximum speed of 350 km/h (electronically limited). Only 900 cars like this are produced and you need at least $517,770 to own this masterpiece.
Ferrari 488 Pista Spider: ($330,000 USD)
The subtle blend of power and design is almost complete on the Ferrari 488 Pista Spider and if you look at the power, you will find that it should have been born for the race rather than the operation. On the roads of the city, it took 7.6 seconds for the vehicle to stand idle to a speed of up to 200 km/h, thanks to the engine block capacity to produce a maximum capacity of 720 horsepower. The lightweight carbon footprint of the car, including the carbon fiber alloy trim (option $28,000), is also one of the factors contributing to the acceleration of the car.
Aston Martin DBX: ($176,000 USD)
DBX is an effort to make Aston Martin’s money in the SUV segment, which has been dominated by the Jaguar Land Rover for many years. Expected to launch in late 2019, the DBX will feature two engine options, including a 4.0-liter V8 petrol engine supplied by Mercedes and a 5.2 liter V12 engine developed by the company. After everything goes in the reels, Aston Martin may be launching a hybrid version.
McLaren Speedtail: ($2.25Million USD)
McLaren Speedtail is a hypercar that receives a lot of applause, not only because of the tremendous power, but also in its unique design. With a capacity of 1,035 horsepower, this 3-seater can accelerate from 0-300 km/h in just 12.8 seconds, while the maximum speed is up to 402.3 km/h. So far, more than 100 people have bought the vehicle, despite the fact that its price is not comfortable at all $2.25million. In fact, McLaren only produces 106 Speedtests and is expected to deliver by 2020. Driver’s seat, speedometer and steering wheel are located in the center, behind are two seats for passengers. Much of the interior is made of special carbon fiber that McLaren teamed with watchmaker Richard Mille to create.
Audi E-tron: ($90,000 USD)
The E-tron is a clear demonstration of the gradual shift to electric vehicles, not just the popular segment but also the higher-end markets. This is the first commercial electric car of the German car manufacturer. Audi E-tron is equipped with two electric motors arranged in two axles, for a maximum power of up to 350 horsepower. With a 95 KWh battery, the car can run around 400 km on a single charge while only half an hour is able to charge up to 80% of its battery capacity. Due to the electric car, the Audi E-tron has the advantage of spacious storage space.
Bentley Continental GT Convertible: ($220,000 USD)
Continental GT Convertible is actually the convertible version of Continental GT Bentley launched from last year. The luxury car manufacturer of the Volkswagen Group, through its products, strives to provide the most comfortable ride experience possible, and the Continental GT Convertible is no exception. Owning a car seat, seats and even pedestals also have heating elements. The hood is made from a special fabric that is highly water resistant and at the same time creates a separation between the outside and the interior when closed.
Tesla Roadster: ($200,000 USD)
With the ability to accelerate from 0 – 100 km/h in 1.9 seconds, it can be said Tesla Roadster will be the largest commercial vehicle ever produced. The power from the electric motor helps the vehicle reach a top speed of up to 400 km/h. Modeling the Tesla Roadster is basically the second-generation four-seater sports car that Elon Musk has produced. The vehicle is equipped with a 200KWh battery, which can run at 1000 km per charge. The retail price of the Tesla Roadster is $250,000, which is expected to begin production from 2020.
Jaguar I-Pace: ($80,500 USD)
Jaguar’s all-electric SUV is powered by a 482-kilometer per charge, full time electric drive and luxury interior to ensure that even the most demanding customers calculate the most. The maximum power that the car reaches is 395 horsepower, while the maximum torque is 696 Nm. It took 4.8 seconds for the car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h. I-Pace’s internal space feels futuristic with the removal of almost all nuisance buttons. The expected price for the Jaguar I-Pace is around $80,500.
Porsche Taycan: ($75,000 USD)
Taycan is the first electric car produced by Porsche and is also a battery powered electric car that possesses state of the art technology. Porsche’s parent company, Volkswagen two years ago has teamed up with a number of other manufacturers in the industry to install thousands of superfast charging stations for electric vehicles in various countries and that will be the premise. Porsche Taycan can be easily rolled on the road. When it comes to market, Taycan will become the fastest charged car in the world, with the ability to run more than 400 km after only 20 minutes charging thanks to the 800volt charging system. In other words, in an emergency situation, you just have to get somewhere with a charging station, and the driver will only need to run four miles to run the distance of 100km.
BMW i8 Roadster: ($163,000 USD)
BMW i8 Roadster is a convertible version of the i8 Coupe, which was launched as a concept from 2012 and until November last year, BMW officially introduced this car. In addition to the hood can open/close for 15 seconds, the other equipment in terms of shell material and engine power is no different from the usual i8. i8 Roadster can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 4.4 seconds, before reaching a top speed of 250 km/h. The BMW i8 Roadster is priced from $ 148,500 for a hardtop, and you do not have to spend $163,000.
Note: Prices written here may vary according to manufacturers and their models.