Nothing like some analog goodness.
Before the era of dual-clutch gearboxes, hybrid power boost, and high-tech computers running the show, there were analog supercars. Those of us who grew up in the 1990s and before remember them well. Born in the early 21st century? Perhaps not. Fortunately, Donut Media has put together this great video showcasing its Top 10 supercars from the '90s. Some of them we know you've heard of before, while a couple are a bit more obscure. But we know for a fact every self-respecting car guy and gal is very familiar with the top two choices.
Driving these analog supercars is a very different experience from their counterparts today, with the exception of the Zonda. These cars required serious driving skill. There was no computer and, sometimes, traction control to save your ass. It was just driver and machine, working as one.
It's an era we'll never see again. Below is the complete list from Donut Media, and let us know in the comments whether you agree with the picks or, alternatively, you've got something to add. 10.1995 Vector M12 9. 1991 Cizeta V16T 8. 1999 Jaguar XJ220 7. Porsche 911 GT2 6. 1995 Ferrari F50 5. 1996 Porsche GT1 4. 1999 Lamborghini Diablo GT 3. 1998 Mercedes CLK-GTR 2. 1999 Pagani Zonda C12 1. 1992 McLaren F1