+119 Hypercars are overkill and I wouldn't want to own one, amirite?

by Anonymous 11 months ago

Hypercars are all about pushing technological boundaries, they really aren't practical for anything other than accelerating to 100mph in under five seconds and they cost millions of dollars which is why most of them wind up in climate controlled garages being driven once or twice a year, otherwise they are just investments for uber wealthy people since they can exponentially inflate in value unlike common cars which lose value over time. That being said, they aren't my thing either. I like pickups "F-150 owner" and old muscle cars. If I had the money to blow on a car that was essentially going to a weekend toy, it would be a on restored 60's era Shelby Mustang GT500 or something like that.

by Anonymous 11 months ago

If I had money I'd get a Porsche 911, I guess this also extends to lambos I hate lambos and I even drove one, it was an amazing driving experience but when I was off the driver seat I was glad I didn't own it

by Anonymous 11 months ago

There's more useful tech to be pushing the boundaries of than that ultra-specific lane of, "How much horsepower can I make with this very narrowly defined size of an engine to move this narrowly defined size of an object across asphalt on 4 wheels while still just barely staying in compliance with the laws governing the '''safe''' usage of said asphalt?"

by Anonymous 11 months ago

I don't think the people who own hypercars are worried about fuel efficiency or cannot afford a daily driver.

by Anonymous 11 months ago

They do it to show off, simple

by Anonymous 11 months ago