You have probably never heard about some cars on this extensive list. However, knowing as much as possible about the 20 coolest low-volume supercars may entice you to dig more about the rarest machines to ever roam the earth. Although I am writing about 20 different models, only slightly more than 3,800 of them actually exist, and the Porsche 911 Carrera S 2.7 makes up 1,500 of those units.
McLaren P1 GTR
As the most hardcore interpretation of the McLaren P1 hypercar, the P1 GTR is a track-focused monster of which only a few dozen have been produced.
Although they intended it for track use, McLaren actually produced a few roadworthy models. Heck, you can find a company in the UK who can transform a track-only P1 GTR into a road-worthy insanity. The 987 hp P1 GTR may well be one of the most astounding cars out there.
Production: 58 units
It may well be the last hurrah of the analog proper supercar to ever exist. Appearing in 2002 with the production run lasting only to 2004, the Ferrari Enzo was easily the supercar to have, competing only with the Porsche Carrera GT and maybe with the Mercedes-McLaren SLR. One even found its way to the Vatican. Nevertheless, its engine was located at the back in the middle – a six-liter V12 with 651 hp pushed it further than any Ferrari ever managed to do.
Production: 449 units (Interestingly enough, Ferrari wanted to produce 399 units, but the reception was so overwhelming they produced 50 units more)