Top 10 Italian Supercars of 2022: Exciting Models Besides Lamborghinis and Ferraris

Noone argues with the fact that Italy is an undisputed cradle of supercars, but when it comes to the variety of their models, the knowledge of an average consumer usually ends with naming a couple of Ferraris and Lamborghinis. In this episode we will fill in the missing gaps in your database of Italian supercars, listing the freshest models from the fan favorite brands as well as some exotic build by the independent workshops.

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00:00 Introduction

00:41 Automobili Estrema Fulminea:

From Italian, the name of this newly established manufacturer translates as Extreme Automobiles, while the moniker of the brand’s first creation stands for “lightning fast.” Indeed, the upcoming Automobili Estrema Fulminea hypercar comes powered by electricity and promises thrilling acceleration.

01:45 Touring Superleggera Aero 3:

Italian coachbuilder Touring Superleggera regularly creates supercars based on production models from different brands. In the Aero 3, they mixed the streamlined exterior style from the 1930s Italian racing cars with the Ferrari F12berlinetta’s menacing power.

02:51 Pagani Huayra Tricolore:

Made to honor the 60th anniversary of the Italian Frecce Tricolori aerobatic’s group, the new Pagani Huayra Tricolore sports a completely revised carbon-fiber bodywork with no roof and a peculiar scoop on top.

03:51 Maserati MC20:

Maserati MC20 aka Maserati Corse 20 is a Modena-designed and built supercar that gets a pure MaseratiIts 3.0L 90-degree V6 with dry sump and groundbreaking Twin Combustion tech.

05:06 Ferrari 812 Competizione and 812 Competizione A:

If this limited-edition special series Ferrari based on the 812 Superfast had been widely anticipated, then its Targa-top version dropped rather unexpectedly. Ferrari 812 Competizione and 812 Competizione A share the same naturally aspirated 6.5-liter engine, the first iteration of which we witnessed in far 2002.

06:13 Ares Design S1 & S1 Spyder:

The Modena-native Ares Design now has 2 original vehicles in int stables. The 12-unit limited production S1 coupe is joined by the Spyder, that will see the same number of vehicles manufactured.

07:17 Lamborghini Huracán STO:

The new Super Trofeo Omologata sits atop of the Huracan range as its most track-oriented representative that is also completely road legal. Still based on the Evo and Performante, the supercar boasts a completely revised bodywork from carbon fiber reinforced plastic.

08:23 Mansory F8XX:

The German tuners give you a chance to own the most extreme-looking Ferrari F8 Tributo in every sense, as Mansory F8XX is a complete conversion that significantly boosts both the aerodynamics and the powertrain specifications.

09:29 Mazzanti:

Once founded as a personal project of Luca Mazzanti who began his career as a body shop mechanic and international racer, Mazzanti Automobili is now nearing two decades in the field of handcrafted supercars.

10:39 ATS Corsa RR Turbo:

Automobili Turismo e Sport is an Italian automobile manufacturer that used to compete in Formula 1 series between 1963 and 1965. The company was revived 10 years agon, and now it is ready to enter the US market with a new RR Turbo supercar.

11:33 Totem Automobili Alfa Romeo Giulia GT:

With only 2 models currently in production and 0 electric cars, Alfa Romeo is often criticized both for forgetting about its origins and not looking into the future. This unique restmod from another Italian company Totem Automobili addresses these concerns by reimaging the original 1970s Giulia GTA Junior as an electric model.

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