Top 5 Kid’s Dream Supercars

The obligatory supercar poster has been a mainstay of children’s bedroom walls for decades now and over the years there have been some amazing models, here are five of the best poster cars ever.

Ferrari F40

The Ferrari F40 was Ferrari’s own 40th birthday celebration. With a top speed of 201 mph, 478 bhp and an original cost of £260,000 (around £550,000 by today’s standards) the F40 was the fastest, most potent and most expensive Ferrari ever built when it was released in 1987; a fitting tribute to the legendary motoring brand. Its stunning performance, coupled with an innovative and powerful design, has helped to make the F40 one of the most revered supercars of all time. While the F40 is out of most children’s price bracket, Alexandalexa’s range of Ferrari merchandise has a variety of Ferrari clothing, which includes kids designer clothes, so children can still wear the famous Ferrari colours and crest.

Ferrari F40

Ferrari F40

Lamborghini Veneno

At £2,500,000, the hefty retail price of the striking Lamborghini Veneno makes it the world’s most expensive car. Only three models have ever been made, one in red, one in green and one in white, the colours of the Italian flag. As well as extreme cost, exclusivity and Italian heritage, the Veneno also represents the other hallmarks of Lamborghini with angular features and astonishing power, a top speed of 221 mph and capable of reaching 0-60 mph in just 2.8 seconds.

Lamborghini Veneno

Lamborghini Veneno

Aston Martin DBS V12

The DBS V12 followed a long tradition of Aston Martins to appear in Bond films. The DBS V12 made its debut in 2006 in Casino Royale and was retained for Quantum of Solace in 2008. With a mix of performance and luxury, the DBS made the perfect motorised partner for Bond. However, it should be noted that Bond’s own version of the car did come with a few added extras, like bullet proof glass and adaptable camouflage, neither of which come as standard.

Aston Martin DBS V12

Aston Martin DBS V12

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

In the supercar stakes, the Bugatti Veyron has the stats that matter. With a top speed of 268 mph and a 0-60 mph record of just 2.4 seconds, it is the world’s fastest production car. Despite this power, the Super Sport has a compact and minimalist design, with only a few subtle touches to reveal its true potency.

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Jaguar XJ220

Released in the autumn of 1992, the Jaguar XJ220 was billed by Jaguar as the world’s fastest production car, a title that it retained for several glorious months. The arrival of Mclaren F1, however, blew the Jaguar out of the water, and, along with its short lived status, the XJ220 lost considerable value. However, while time may have blunted its relative performance, the Jaguar, which still is capable of a more than respectable 217 mph, remains a design classic and one of the most aesthetic supercars ever made.

Jaguar XJ220

Jaguar XJ220

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