, 2022-12-03 08:00:00,
The automotive landscape is changing according to emerging technologies. Long gone are the days when only the hotshot auto manufacturers had the best innovations. The number of supercars entering the market has never been higher, and some of them have achieved success. Unfortunately, others may have seen the light of day, but did not do so well. It is probably because the supercar segment is saturated with options from the likes of McLaren, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and many others. These brands have many years of experience, resources, and better engagement with their markets. So, here’s a list of seven supercars that showed a lot of potential but never made it big.
1/7 Saleen S7
Front three-quarter shot of a silver Saleen S7
Introduced during the first years of the 21st century, the Saleen S7 embodied everything a supercar was meant to be, from styling to power. It looked interestingly like the McLaren F1, considering the similar appearance of the front end and headlights. The engine was a 7.0-liter V-8 from Ford, and you could choose to have either a naturally aspirated or a twin-turbo version. The naturally aspirated option made 550 horsepower, while the twin-turbo setup increased it to 750 horsepower. With these figures, the Saleen S7 could accelerate to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds. It also had a six-speed manual transmission, implying the Saleen S7 was designed to give the ultimate driving experience….
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