Time for some friendly debate.
It may sound kind of hard to believe for some of us here, but the youngest car on this list is already eight years old. Time goes by fast, especially in supercars as fast as these. Okay, all joking aside, Donut Media has taken upon themselves to create a list of the supposed best supercars from the first decade of this century. Their selections can all be seen in action in the video below. From 2000 until 2009 is the time frame here, so some cars, such as the Lexus LFA, just miss the list. But there’s still plenty more to talk about here.
None of the supercars feature hybrid boost performance or extremely high-tech transmissions. Heck, some even come with a manual gearbox. These 10 supercars represent the borderline between analog and computerization. All are groundbreaking in one way or another, especially involving carbon fiber construction.
In fact, all of the companies behind these supercars are still in business today, despite a few changes in ownership. These cars’ legacies live on and will forever be recognized as some of the fastest and greatest supercars ever built. Here's the complete list: 10. 2000 Saleen S7 9. 2004 Mercedes SLR McLaren 8. 2007 RUF CTR3 7. 2004 Ford GT 6. 2009 Lamborghini Murcielago SV 5. 2007 Koenigsegg CCXR 4. 2008 Gumpert Apollo S 3. 2003 Porsche Carrera GT 2. 2003 Ferrari Enzo 1. 2009 Bugatti Veyron 16.4