6. Bristol Fighter
In 2004, Bristol decided to introduce a new model with uncompromised performance and fresh design. And that is how the Bristol Fighter was born. They custom-built the chassis with a special body featuring gullwing doors and a long hood. Although the design of the Fighter doesn’t resemble other Bristol cars, it carries the tradition of using Chrysler engines.
But best of all, this sports car has an 8.0-liter V10 from Dodge Viper delivering 525 HP. With 0 to 60 mph acceleration times of around four seconds and top speeds of over 200 mph, it was one of the fastest cars at the time. However, Bristol’s policy and refusal to sell many cars ended in 2011 when the company closed. Allegedly, they built only 13 Fighters, delivering none of them to the U.S.