Cool Cars A Matter of Opinion

If you ask 10 people what the coolest or most amazing car they ever saw was, you would definitely get 10 different answers. Some people prefer the more exotic Lamborghini Aventador, and others prefer the classic Ford Mustang. There have been several cars that have simply stood out because of what they can produce. Take the WaterCar for example; it is a combination of part car and part boat, and looks like something James Bond would jump into, while dodging bad guys! And from the water, we get airborne, with the Terrafugia. The Terrafugia is part aircraft and part car, and was conceived by MIT-trained aeronautical engineers and MBA’s that just happened to be passionate private pilots as well. It’s amazing how a combination of technology and determination can go. These odd vehicles prove that with the right amount of equipment and patience, anything is possible!

There are all kinds of cars, and it will always be a matter of debate, no matter who you speak to. There are also cars that break the $1 million dollar mark, such as the Bugatti Veyron, which also just happens to be the most powerful, most expensive, and fastest street-legal production car in the world. The top speed of a Veyron can reach 253 mph, which is slightly faster than your current car model! In addition to the luxurious cars, there is a wide range of classic collectables that have dealers and buyers in frenzies over. If you could actually get your hands on a Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, you would be looking to shell out between $30-40 million for it. Fashion guru Ralph Lauren owns one while the other was owned by late Bugatti collector Dr. Peter Williamson. Ralph Lauren and comedian, Jay Leno, are both well-known for their extensive collections of luxury and high end cars.

So, What’s Next?

Besides for the ultra-expensive or rare gems on the market, there are also a wide range of cars for tomorrow. Google is known as the world’s most familiar search engine, but they have also begun testing a self-driving car that is known as the autonomous car. People have also ditched gasoline to go green and paved the way for such green-friendly vehicles as the Toyota Prius. So, what type of car will we be driving tomorrow? Well, that all depends on who you ask!

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