Named the most “long-range” supercarsNovember 26, 2020
Experts have compiled a rating of supercars based on their range.
British journalists have compiled the TOP-25 models, naming the most “long-range” sports models. The cars were assessed according to the passport mileage on a full tank, also taking into account fuel consumption.
So, the first two lines went to the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and Honda NSX hybrids, and the Audi R8 V10 closed the top three. The Italian model can travel 1,115 kilometers at a cost of £ 77.86, and the Japanese model can travel 745 kilometers for £ 80.15. “Nemets” travels 728 kilometers on a full tank, spending 95.04 pounds sterling.
The top five also include the Ferrari Roma and GTC4Lusso T, with ranges of 714 and 705 km, respectively, for which supercar owners will spend £ 91.60 and £ 104.20. They are followed by the Porsche 911 Turbo (655 km), McLaren 570S (654 km), Aston Martin DBS Superleggera (629 km), Ferrari 488 Pista (629 km) and McLaren GT (605 km).
The second ten is opened by the Ferrari F8 Tributo and a range of 605 km. Experts also noted Audi RS7 Sporback (593 km), Mercedes-AMG GT R Coupe (591 km), McLaren 720S (590 km), Lamborghini Huracan Evo (584 km), McLaren Senna (581 km), Ferrari 812 Superfast (571 km ), Ferrari GTC4Lusso (565 km), Ferrari Monza SP1 (559 km) and Noble M600 (486 km).
At the bottom of the list were Lamborghini Aventador SVJ (475 km), Lamborghini Aventador S (462 km), Bugatti Chiron (426 km), Bugatti Veyron 16.4 (402 km) and Ford GT (347 km). Note that analysts took into account the average price of unleaded gasoline in the UK in September 2020.
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