, 2022-12-31 20:30:00,
The 2000s brought us some of the most memorable supercars that the world had ever seen. From the Ferrari Enzo to the Porsche Carrera GT, a truly glamorous of carbon fiber construction, exciting engines and distinctive styling was upon us.
Oh, and who could ever forget about the Bugatti Veyron or the many iterations of the Pagani Zonda? This was an era where the supercar was experiencing a strong surge after the turn of the new millennium. Some startup brands even ended up becoming incredibly successful as a result, including Koenigsegg which have a tendency to break records.
Others meanwhile, weren’t quite remembered as much – and some were downright odd. Here’s a list of ten of the strangest supercars of the 2000s – a truly unforgettable decade for fast cars.
10/10 Covini C6W
Inspired by the Tyrell P34 Formula 1 car from the 1970s, the Covini C6W was a project originally drawn up in the same decade, but was abandoned by the 1980s. In 2004 however, the Covini was back.
Powered by a 4.2-liter V8 from Audi, the C6W produced 434 hp and could go onto a top speed of 186mph. None of that sounds particularly bizarre until you take one step back and realize that the C6W was rather too inspired by the Tyrell.
The idea of a 6-wheeled car or truck is weird in anybody’s book, never mind one designated to…
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