Now rich people are usually the only people with the spare cash to buy a super car. However, supercars work well on a poster and they work well on a track in daily life however just don’t even bother. They don’t have any boot space and you can’t see where you’ve been. This is common knowledge though. Rich people buy these cars to show off at how rich they are. These cars are massively fast going 0 to 60 in sub 4 seconds, the problem with rich people though is they’ll never drive them that fast.
They wont drive them that fast A. because they don’t want to break it, and B. because there’s nowhere to do it. Most super cars are built to go fast round a track, but no driver of an Aventador, 458 Italia or MP4-12C will ever take it to a track which is sad its like Gordon Ramsey working in McDonalds.
The Bugatti Veyron SS has a top speed of 268MPH and costs over £1 million so only very rich people could own one and nobody would ever know there car is the fastest car in the world. The problems of supercars is rich people buy them as collectors items, they buy Ferrari’s to put under covers in their garages hiding them away from the public so no one can hurt it. Supercars should be driven fast and every day. No child will ever have the thrill of seeing a bright red Ferrari or lime green Lambo pull up beside them, rev the gorgeous V12 engine and scream away, and that to me is quite sad.