Although there are already faster or more advanced Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche models, the hybrid hypercar Holy Trinity, introduced in 2013, has become canonical with prices continuing to grow. Let's see who they are and what makes this trio so wanted by car lovers and collectors.Ferrari LaFerrariThe first Ferrari hybrid, the LaFerrari model (which means "The … [Read more...] about Hypercar Holy Trinity: The First Hybrids from Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche
Most cars depreciate immediately you get the keys but not all cars are created equal. Collectible cars are sought-after-buys for investors and car collectors, offering both joy of owning and return on investment. Find out about the best investment cars and market trends in our latest articles below.
As the ban on combustion engine vehicles across the globe comes closer, all classic car manufacturers are working hard on introducing their new electric supercars. For the moment, there are more than 15 all-electric muscle cars competing for the title of the quickest and most technological EV on the planet. While each of these powertrains deserves a separate story, there … [Read more...] about Electric Supercars from Classic Car Manufacturers
Most of the iconic supercars we mention here could be found under $100,000 price tag, which is considered as affordable for a classic car. The only reason for that is they were produced in comparatively large numbers so you will not have to kill to get one. At the same time, they so ingrained into our minds that they have become must-haves for most supercar aficionados.Even … [Read more...] about 5 Classic Yet Affordable Supercars
Most of us know that a new car almost immediately loses in price just after leaving the dealership. Thus, normal cars are just an expensive buy never making an investment at all.At the same time, some cars manage to increase in price several times not only offering the joy of owning and driving them, if one ever dares to take his or her investment gem on the road, but also … [Read more...] about Investing in Classic Cars: Does It Make Sense?