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8 Supercars That No One Can Drive In Real Life

by Martha Simmonds
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Of course, I would like to see how these powerful engines roar on the tracks, and how smoke bursts from under the huge wheels, but these supercars exist only in the game.

Yes, these cars cannot be driven only to a real parking lot or taken to a service station for repairs in order to change the oil, make car body repairs, or the car key replacement. Although some kind of repair and upgrade of these cars can be done, but it happens only in a virtual garage, where you don’t even need to do car scanning and diagnostics – all the characteristics are instantly on your screen.

Recently, fans of futuristic cars have rejoiced as iconic auto brands have unveiled their own virtual supercars. Lamborghini showed off the V12 Vision Gran Turismo, a truly technological and powerful one, while Jaguar created the inimitable Vision Gran Turismo Coupe.

No doubt, there will be several more virtual supercars for the computer game Gran Turismo in the near future, but the existing list is amazing. We offer you the to get acquainted with the most impressive “digital” cars.

1. Audi e-tron Vision GT

“German” is equipped with all-wheel drive, as well as three 272-horsepower electric motors – one on the front axle and a pair on the rear – with a total capacity of 816 forces. Audi’s powerful concept weighs 1,450 kg, giving a weight-to-power ratio of 1.78 kg/hp.

And although you won’t drive such a car, you can rent the closest analogue – a Porsche 911 Carrera Turbo S. For example, when you are on vacation in Dubai, do not miss the opportunity to contact a company that specializes in Porsche Rental Dubai.

It will be unforgettable!

2. Peugeot L750R Hybrid Vision GT

In 1916, the Peugeot L45 won the Indianapolis 500, after which the L750R Hybrid Vision GT was created.

It is equipped with a 580-horsepower 1.6-liter turbocharged V4, which, in tandem with a 170-horsepower electric motor, “catches up” with 750 horses. Only 825 kg of mass allows the car to reach 100 km/h in just 2.4 seconds.

3. McLaren Ultimate Vision GT

An incredible supercar where the driver practically lies down while driving, like on a racing motorcycle, with his head between the front wheels. The 4-liter V8, also bi-turbo, will easily accelerate the supercar to 370 km/h, and the recording power is 1134 horsepower.

4. Hyundai N 2025 Vision GT

The concept weighs 972 kg, and inside it is an entire automotive ecosystem, consisting of four electric motors, an 884-horsepower hydrogen power plant, and a turbine that pumps air through fuel cells for cooling.

The turbine rotates at a frequency of 200,000 revolutions per minute, the electric motors make their whistling sound. But this was not enough, so the car was also supplemented with an audio system.

5. Mazda LM55 Vision GT

The two modest letters LM in the name of the virtual Mazda are not accidental: the prototype recalls the victory of the Japanese at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1991.

The appearance of the car is made in the spirit of the Kodo design philosophy. True, the company does not report on the figures, presenting only an “exceptional weight-to-power ratio” due to carbon fiber in the design of the machine.

6. Infiniti Concept Vision GT

The Infiniti prototype is a symbiosis of art and science. Based on sketches on paper, a unique concept was created, and only after that, the supercar was digitized. According to the company, it is equipped with a 4.5-liter V8 and an electric motor.

7. Nissan Concept 2020 Vision GT

Despite the Japanese origin of the company, the British from Nissan Design Europe became the authors of the virtual Nissan. The hybrid car reaches speeds of 300 km / h with the help of a V6 bi-turbo, which is accompanied by three electric motors.

8. Alpine Vision GT

Alpine’s blue and orange livery vaguely resembles the production A110 coupe that debuted after it. True, there is no more information about the bright car. But it is not needed – its appearance is enough.


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