Other european sports cars
Europe had produced more than its fair share of brilliant sports cars over the decades. Here is a quick list of some of our very favourite vehicles from across the continent…
Renault Alpine A108
A true classic of the late fifties, the Renault Alpine A108 hails from France and instantly became a firm favourite. The Renault Alpine is a fixture of the sports car world, although its sleek design has been tweaked considerably throughout its history, culminating in the snazzy new Renault Alpine A110-50.
Ferrari Mondial 8
Unveiled back in 1980, the Mondial 8 is still the personal favourite of many sports car enthusiasts when it comes to classic models from the Italian manufacturer Ferrari. The fact that its design emphasises hard edges, rather than the smooth curves favoured by more recent sports cars, lends it a definite period charm.
Spyker C8 Spyder
In 2000, the Netherlands unveiled a beautiful car sports car that is still in production: the Spyker C8 Spyder. Compact, aesthetically pleasing and a joy to manoeuvre – in short, everything you could hope for from a modern sports car.
Advanced Design Tramontana
Finally, we come to Spain – and to a true supercar. Only twelve of these hand-built masterpieces are constructed per year, making each and every one the envy of the road. It costs more than half a million dollars – but with a gorgeous design and a top speed that reaches above 202mph, who can argue…?
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