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A supercar is a very desirable vehicle.
It is a vehicle that has the potential to achieve incredible speeds and handling, which are often seen as qualities in a super car.
But supercars are rarely built to achieve this.
And if they are, how are they built?
We’ve seen some examples of supercars that have been built for the very specific purpose of delivering high speeds and impressive handling.
The first supercar to hit the scene was the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG C63 AMG which debuted in 1986.
In 1992, the BMW M6 CSL was announced, and the BMW 5 Series was also developed.
And last year, the Audi A3 S became the first super car to reach a top speed of 155 km/h.
In short, supercars can be incredibly impressive and offer a great deal of promise for both the buyer and the car’s owner.
But how are supercars built?
What are the materials and processes involved in the creation of super cars?
What’s the best way to maximise performance?
We look at how the materials used in supercars differ from the ones used in everyday vehicles, to find out what makes these cars so special.