4. McLaren F1
There is much written about the F1, the way it was designed and produced, and the way it changed the world of supercars forever. But let’s just repeat the basics. The F1 was introduced in 1992 and stayed in production until 1998. During that period, McLaren produced 106 cars, including the GT-R versions, highly successful racing models. The F1 featured a bespoke 6.1-liter V12 engine made by BMW Motorsport, which delivered 627 hp and used 6-speed manual transmission.
The road versions of the F1 had a very interesting, three-seat configuration with the driver’s seat in the middle of the cabin and the steering wheel positioned in the center of the dash. The initial testing, racing success, and overall excellence of the package declared the F1 as one of the best, if not the best supercar of all times. The original F1 wasn’t road legal in the USA, and although now it can be imported legally, it is illegal in some states to drive the car with a central driving position. That is good enough reason to get pulled over.