Exotics

Bugatti EB110

Cizeta Moroder

Dauer962 LM Sport

Lotus Esprit V8

Jaguar XJ220

Ahh... exotic sportscars. Here we have some serious speed and exotics looks. Just about all the cars on this page, with the exception of maybe the Lotus, are very rare, and all are very beautiful machines. My personal favorite on this page is the Bugatti, followed closely by the Cizeta Moroder. The Cizeta has beautiful looks reminiscent of the Ferrari, but according to an informed visitor, it was built by Claudio Zampoli, and created by ex-Lamborghini engineers, which makes it resemble the Diablo more than the Testarossa. The name of the car comes from the initials of Claudio and composer Giorgio Moroder (thanks Eric!). One Bugatti EB100 was recently sold to a doctor in Britain for almost one million dollars (thanks to Justin Rogers for that info), much higher than it's original asking price. While the Vector Avtech has the most horses of all the cars on these pages (an incredible 1000 bhp, with the top speed at 249 MPH), the Dauer actually has the fastest 0-60 time of a sizzling 2.7 seconds, and a top speed at 251 MPH. But since it's actually a LM racing car and not really a street legal production car (at least I don't think so...), it doesn't "count" as a fair competitor to the other exotics on these pages. The Jaguar is a pleasant entry from a maker of "respectable" fine automobiles, with incredible specs that fits in nicely among these beauties, plus a price tag to match. Thanks to Reaper5101@aol.com, who informed me of the prices of these cars.

Exotics Specs

Make and Model

Bugatti EB110

Cizeta Moroder

Dauer962 LM Sport

Lotus Esprit

Jaguar XJ220

Engine

3.5L V-12t

6.0L V-16

2994cc H-6

3.5L V-8

3.5L V-6t

Power (bhp)

611

560

730

350

549

Performance (0-60mph)

3.3sec

4.5sec

2.7sec

4.8sec

3.8sec

Top Speed (mph)

220

205

251

175

217

Price

$350,000

$800,000

$875,000

$82,000

$339,000

[ Exotics | Ferrari | Japanese | Lamborghini | McLaren | Porsche | Sedans | USA | Vector]

Back Home

Visitors since Jan. 1, 1997