Porsche Carrera GT
From Porsche: The idea of the Carrera GT originated from the pits of Le Mans. After the 16th overall victory at the world-renowned 24-hour race, the engineers further developed the concept. Basically, only to show what is technologically feasible in sports car engineering. A selfsupporting carbon-fibre body, for instance, which can handle 612 hp and a speed of 330 km/h with the ultimate lightness of being. For unlimited driving pleasure. Instead of going into the technology museum, the Carrera GT went out onto the road. Exactly 1,270 handcrafted units were produced, because exclusivity occasionally needs a limit. By the time production was discontinued in April 2006, it had become the world's best-selling high-performance sports car.