2010 Supercars design ratings
cars this year, no matter the global outcome. Of course, this could be true because most supercar manufactures have the first year of production already sold before the car is even put into production. Just look at the Tesla roadster, a car with sold out months before production began. But it seems that no matter what happens there will always be someone who just has to have something fun.
This year we have seen the arrival of some new companies and some new countries enter into the supercar market. The biggest surprise was a supercar from my home country of Canada. It seems that some people in the province of Quebec have been working on a supercar for some time now, and 2010 is the year they want to make a name for themselves. Added to this it is nice to see entries from Spain, South Africa, and Malaysia.
Even with all the problems in world, it still seems that everyone is still after one main goal. And that is to build one great fast car. But when you do it too plain or use styling of years past, you may have problems, because you may not get everyone on board with your ideas. Now it is nice to see that more and more countries are getting into the supercar field, but it would be nice if everyone could stay in the supercar world, and not wind up another Bricklin or DeLorean.
Well, it come to that time again, that time when we discuss the best and the worst. For this year you probably have a good guess as to who it is. If you guessed the 2010 Lamborghini Revention Roadster you would be right. And for its out of this world design and near perfect look we have to name it the AutoLooks A+ winner.
Now when it comes to function over style our bottom car would be near the top, but this is rating for styling not function. And for that we have to name the 2010 Keating TKR the Rusty car of the year. Although it is a very functional car for achieving 250+MPH, you have to remember that the Veyron did it and it did it in style.