Top 10: Best Supercars of 2024

09th Apr 2024

By Kenny Longdon


With the evolution of the automobile, in 2024 we are spoilt for choice with state-of-the-art supercars.

The blueprint has changed a little over the years, and you can of course get ultra pedantic with some models and exactly what category they fit under, but make no mistake, if the car in question is usually sporting an iconic badge, has extraordinary levels of power, looks like something from another planet, and is proudly displayed on many bedroom walls, it makes the supercar cut with ease.

Have a look at our top picks for supercars in 2024, in no particular order, as they are all superb. (Images courtesy of their respective manufacturers).

McLaren 750S

McLaren 750S Static in Red

McLaren like to push their supercars to the next level, at every opportunity. And with the 750S, they have certainly done that.

Producing 740bhp from a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine, the 750S is ultra quick, taking just 2.8 seconds to get from 0 to 62mph, going on to a 206mph top speed. There is no denying the 750S of its supercar status.

It looks incredible too, as a textbook supercar should with typical dramatic McLaren styling, along with being textbook ultra-light, for precise handling which is nothing short of uncanny. The body is made from carbon and the 750S features trick aero, like its active rear wing, which not only looks cool but helps the car achieve the best aerodynamic performance and increases downforce.

There is also a Spider version, which, impressively, is just as fast.

Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Porsche 911 GT3 RS on the Nurburgring

With 518bhp, 0 to 62mph in just 3.2 seconds and quite the statement piece of a huge rear wing, plus the exclusivity, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS ticks all the supercar boxes.

The Porsche 911 may well be an icon when it comes to sports cars, but when Porsche's RS department apply their craft to the GT3 RS, it turns up the wick to new heights.

It is without doubt one of 2024's most sought after supercars, with demand ensuring these cars are worth more than their list price. Essentially, and cliché though it may be, the GT3 RS is a racing car for the road. Only being a Porsche, it will happily go to and from the track with ultimate ease, too, if causing a stir to onlookers on route.

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Lamborghini Revuelto

Lamborghini Revuelto Dramatic in Orange

The first hybrid supercar from Lamborghini, and what a way to do it. The Revuelto is a 1001bhp colossus of a machine, dispatching 0 to 62mph in just 2.5 seconds, topping out at 217mph.

It is the new Lamborghini flagship, after all, so it had to be special, and it still features an orchestral V12 engine which is joined by not one, but three electric motors.

And yes, you can drive it in a fully-electric mode, ideal for the times you want to be subtle, which is more or less impossible in this stunning, textbook supercar featuring the iconic bull on its bonnet. (Image courtesy of Lamborghini).

Ferrari 296 GTB

Ferrari 296 GTB Driving

Another legendary, textbook brand in the supercar game in the form of Ferrari and the excellent 296 GTB. It is yet another fine accomplishment for the special cars adorning the Cavallino Rampante (Prancing Horse).

This is Ferrari's first ever road-going V6 engine, complemented by an electric motor, giving the 296 GTB its hybrid stature. The result is superb with a combined power output of 830bhp, meaning acceleration from 0 to 62mph takes just 2.9 seconds, with a top speed of 205mph.

Ferrari showing that in the supercar game, downsizing an engine can have some serious performance benefits when hybridising it with electric power. There is also a GTS version available too if you prefer your supercar with an open air experience.

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Maserati MC20

Maserati MC20 Doors Up

Despite being on sale from 2022, the Maserati MC20 is still one of the best supercars out there in 2024.

Maserati refers to the MC20 as a super sports car, but with pop-up doors, gorgeously sleek lines, an engine derived from F1 and a carbon fibre monocoque, super sports car, or supercar, it is most certainly super.

Its chosen heart is a 3.0-litre, twin turbo six-cylinder which produces 621bhp, good from 0 to 62mph in just 2.9 seconds. And if you prefer, there is also a Cielo (roadster) version available too.

Lamborghini Huracán Technica

Lamborghini Huracan Technica Dramatic in Green

Having been around for a decade, the Lamborghini Huracán has enjoyed a fine existence with multiple versions being launched showcasing the Huracán's evolution.

The Technica came along in 2022, and acts as a run-out special of the Huracán, sitting betwwen the Evo RWD version and the track-focused STO.

Despite the foundations having been cemented for a decade, the Huracán has been enhanced to ensure its supercar status has not been dented in the slightest. This is thanks to its 631bhp produced from its glorious V10 engine, it ensures typical dramatic excellence from Lamborghini, with 0 to 62mph happening in just 3.2 seconds.

It is a Lamborghini after all, so all the relevant drama and excitement is not lacking. (Image courtesy of Lamborghini).

McLaren Artura

McLaren Artura Static

McLaren sure knows how to make a supercar, and the Artura is the brand's first ever hybrid V6 supercar.

Like all the hybrid supercars in this list, it ensures the electric nature enhances the overall experience this supercar has to offer.

Therefore, with hybrid technology coming from its hypercar icon in the form of the McLaren P1 sibling, the total output is an incredible 671bhp, allowing the McLaren Artura to launch from 0 to 62mph in just 3.0 seconds.

Lightness and F1 knowhow is definitely not in short supply, and staying true to the supercar rule book, the Artura looks otherworldly. Like a few cars in this list, there is also an Artura Spider version, if you prefer.

Porsche 911 Turbo S

Porsche 911 Turbo S on the Highway

Another Porsche 911 in our list, but the 911 Turbo S is arguably the best daily supercar available. It may not be as low-slung and as unique as some cars in this list, but if it is supercar pace you are after, that you can deploy most of the time, then look no further than the 911 Turbo S.

Producing 641bhp, it has more power than its GT3 RS sibling, and is quicker from 0 to 62mph too, taking just 2.7 seconds.

The all-wheel drive system of course helps with this devastatingly fast acceleration, and means the Turbo S can be used confidently in any weather, all year round. Many dub it as the perfect everyday supercar.

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Audi R8

Audi R8 V10 RWD in Red

Another car which is sometimes referred to as a sports car or supercar, but we feel the latter is more fitting, especially in its latest guise.

The R8 is mid-engined, features a fabulous V10 engine and can go from 0 to 62mph in just 3.1 seconds.

When the first Audi R8 was unveiled in 2006, it became an instant design icon, with its iconic side blade - usually contrasting to the R8's exterior colour. The side blade remains but is now usually body coloured, and like the Porsche 911, many also praise the Audi R8 for being a great everyday supercar.

You can also find them with iconic Quattro all-wheel drive, or if you want a more raw experience, there is also a rear-wheel drive version too.

Aston Martin Valour

Aston Martin Valour Static Angle

Unveiled in 2023, it is only now in 2024 we are seeing the incredibly limited Aston Martin Valour models hit UK roads. With only 110 units available, it is one of the rarest and most expensive in our list. The Valour's exclusivity ensures no matter where a Valour goes, camera phones and the like will always be pointed in the way of the Valour.

With a retro design inspired by Aston Martin racing cars of the 1970s perfectly crafted into a modern, carbon body, the Valour is a truly unique supercar. It has the perfect recipe, too, with a six-speed manual gearbox and a euphoric Aston Martin V12 engine, producing a colossal 705bhp.

And in a world where the manual gearbox is becoming rare, a manual supercar with over 700bhp is always going to be a special thing.

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