10 of the Rarest Supercars Ever Made

In the world of supercars, rarer is better. In certain geographical locations where supercars are commoner than taxis, just knowing it’s unlikely you’ll see a car like yours down at the local shops is more important than Nürburgring lap times.

So when a Porsche 918 or McLaren P1 is just a little too common for comfort, what do you buy? One of these…

When the Ferrari engineers were done with the Enzo, they handed over their cutting-edge chassis and engine to sister-company Maserati – hardly a bad hand-me-down. Maserati cloaked the carbon monocoque and V12 engine in a unique body, which was longer and less aerodynamically efficient than the Ferrari’s. The 205 mph supercar was dubbed ‘MC12’ and just 55 were built.

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