New Supercars Will Take Your Breath Away

For the past two years rumors have been circulating among sports car enthusiasts about the LaFerrari Spider. Earlier this year, Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed that the Spider is "the only future product connected to LaFerrari" to the excitement of fans everywhere. More details have emerged and it turns out that the 499 units being built for 2017 have already been sold-out to wealthy enthusiasts. But, the pics of this $1.7 million supercar have been released and it is simply breathtaking. Even at a standstill, it looks like its moving fast. The car is powered by the first ever hybrid power train featuring a V-12engine combined with an electric motor. The beautiful combination will pull 963 hp and be available in a soft top or hard, carbon fiber top.

Ferrari wasn't the only manufacturer to debut a head-turning supercar this year. Aston Martin has teamed up with the Red Bull Racing Formula One team to release a co-designed AM-RB 001. While the details are still under wraps, the photo released with the news is remarkable. . Aston Martin plans to release 150 units, 25 that will be race-only versions of the supercar. The Ferrari will be unveiled in person later this year at the Paris Auto Show. Hopefully, Aston Martin will also have a demo model available for view to keep eager fans satisfied.

In March, official photos of the Lamborghini Centenario were released. Another draw-dropping design is everything you'd expect from Lamborghini, and it comes on what would have been the 100th birthday of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini. The car can reach an estimated 217-mph top speed and an enhanced V-12 that now reaches 759 horsepower. With an estimated 2.8 second to reach 62 mph, drivers can expect to hit 186 in only 23.5 seconds. For a mere $2 million, this speedster can be snuggly parked in your garage.