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  • n. Plural form of supercar.

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Examples

  • Porsche Panamera, we†™ re unsure how well the styling language that works so well for Lamborghini†™ s supercars translates to a sedan.

    Automotive News Blog at CARandDRIVER.com - Car News Resource

  • We know that Lamborghinis are sort of German now, but, spiritually, they remain Italian supercars.

    BBC TopGear: Cars and Autos News

  • The Swedish carmaker, which makes so-called supercars that can top 200 miles per hour, had joined with Chinese automaker Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co. on the deal.

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  • 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.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The 'supercars' are nothing more than a technical exercise, not only for engineering but for the marketing departments too.

    Irish Blogs

  • The top rate of showroom tax is targeted at high-emitting "supercars".

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The problem, announced by the PNGV Peer Review Committee in October, is that none of these so-called "supercars" can be mass-produced economically.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • 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.

    MotorAuthority - Latest News

  • 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.

    Boom in Luxury Cars Sales Driven by the Super-Rich in China | Impact Lab

  • 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.

    Driving force behind electric vehicles

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