For most car enthusiasts, dreaming about elegant and glamorous vehicles is a great pass time activity. A little time spent staring into space day dreaming about super-cars and extravagant saloons can brighten even the dullest of days. Most people are only a lottery ticket away from buying into their dreams, but there are super cars out there that are simply too exclusive for young people to purchase. Even if you spent all your lottery ticket winnings on the cars we are about to discuss there is no way you would have enough money left to be able to afford the car insurance quotes you so desperately need to go with it.
These unbelievable hyper cars can be terribly rare, invaluable or both. Some do not exist in the stringent sense, particularly military testing vehicles but documents are leaked enough to keep car enthusiasts with fantasy material for ages.
Some of more well-known cars that money can’t buy include:
The Batman Tumbler
The breathtaking Tumbler from "Batman Begins" essentially is one of the Caped Crusader's darlings. With the projected angles of its exterior and those enormous protruding tires; it's not originally attractive but there is not anything better for putting the fear of God through the hearts of the criminally insane.
Transformed from an archetype military vehicle christened the Tumbler, this Bat-mobile is in fact ran by a 5.0-litre Chevy V8. It also separates at the anterior so Batman can escape on the in-built Bat pod motorcycle. Without Batman retiring and putting his fleet on the market, the odds of getting a hold of one are really slim.
Somebody at Ferrari thought that the Enzo hyper car was not reasonably fast or elite enough and begun the project that resulted with the Ferrari FXX. It's essentially an Enzo race car altered to yield mind-blowing speed on the track.
The Enzo’s 6.0-litre V12 is changed to 6.3 liters and muscle raised from 696 horse power to 800horse power. With all that power, in addition to the light carbon-fiber body work, the car has a top speed of 243mph. The Ferrari FXX is priced at around 1.6 million sterling pounds and only thirty were built between the years of 2005 and 2007. It could only be driven at special Ferrari tracks. The car was only available to a select group of Ferrari customers.
In these environmentally-friendly times, most concept vehicles are thoughtful with green technology. However, in 2003 Cadillac unveiled the Sixteen, where such trepidations were low on the agenda which resulted with the car ending up with a 13.6-litre V16 engine having 1,000 brake horse power.
The vast bonnet left one doubtless about what was concealed beneath but Cadillac did attempt to retain fuel economy on the table with a system that cuts off 12 of the cylinders when they are dormant. With it, it is said that 20 miles per gallon is a possibility, without which you will require your own oil well. All the same the Cadillac sixteen was never produced.
James Bond Lotus Esprit
The argument will go on endlessly about which is the favourite James Bond vehicle, but the Lotus Esprit that transformed into a submarine in the movie “The Spy Who Loved Me” must be a contender. As fantasy cars go, this one appears to have it all. There were surface to air missiles, rocket launchers and a smoke screen. The submarine scene was the tip of an iceberg.
The Esprit's curves appeared to fit themselves seamlessly to undersea journey and it's hard to consider a better way to come on shore.
Red Bull X1
When the producers of Gran Turismo 5 desired a star vehicle for their PlayStation 3 game, they employed the expertise of the Red Bull Racing F 1 team and the result was Red Bull X1. Although just a virtual design, the car nevertheless has the appearance and the statistics to make car enthusiasts drool.
The car was designed by Red Bull’s Adrian Newey and Gran Turismo developer Kazunori Yamauchi. The car has twin- turbo V6 engine that produces 1,483 break horse power and revolutions to 15,000rpm and has a top speed of 249mph.The X1's imaginary performance is sufficient to humiliate real F1 vehicles and the shaping is enthused by the aerodynamic resolutions originated on the grand prix racetracks.
With a width of 2,180mm and road clearance of only 980mm, it is certainly not going to be a real-world transport, but not one person will ever need worry, as the fantastic X1 only exists in the limits of Gran Turismo 5.
There are quite a number of fantastic super cars etched in the confines of our imaginations and I urge my fellow car enthusiasts to dare to dream.