What's Better Than Listening To The Sound Of Supercars At Full Throttle?

Supercar

Nothing. Nothing even comes close.

Supercars have so much power and are so capable that extracting performance out of the vehicles is extremely difficult. Enthusiasts that are lucky enough to be able to afford a supercar take them to places like an airstrip to see what the vehicles are capable of in a straight line. In the video below, BrianZuk put together a compilation of some amazing supercars sprinting in a straight line at full throttle that is roughly 20 minutes long. Whether you prefer Bugattis, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, McLarens, or Porsches, it’s all here.

Turn up the volume and enjoy the next 20 minutes. Let us know what your favorite supercar from the video is below.

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