- n. Plural form of supercar.
“Porsche Panamera, weâ€ ™ re unsure how well the styling language that works so well for Lamborghiniâ€ ™ s supercars translates to a sedan.”
“We know that Lamborghinis are sort of German now, but, spiritually, they remain Italian supercars.”
“More than 45,000 new cars were sold last month, up 19.4 percent from the same month in 2004, when new car sales hit an all-time high, from top-end imported "supercars" to the cheapest models on the market.”
“The 'supercars' are nothing more than a technical exercise, not only for engineering but for the marketing departments too.”
“The top rate of showroom tax is targeted at high-emitting "supercars".”
“The problem, announced by the PNGV Peer Review Committee in October, is that none of these so-called "supercars" can be mass-produced economically.”
“As an expensive and hard to manufacture material, carbon-fiber is usually found in high-end applications such as supercars and airplanes but now an Italian company is offering up some carbon-fiber briefcases that should prevent any limp-wristed execs from straining themselves too much.”
“Chinese media reported over the weekend that an unnamed 35-year-old has already splashed out £4m on a Bugatti Veyron, only the third of the absurdly fast supercars to be purchased in China.”
“After setting up a club for petrolheads to rent out supercars such as Ferraris and Lamborghinis, the youthful entrepreneur has founded Britain's fastest-growing supplier of charging points for electric cars.”
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