This year went by fast, but the cars that Premier Financial leases are faster.
Premier Financial has been leasing exotic cars since 1997, and each year they come up with a list of the ten most leased exotic cars of the year. This year, it’s no surprise that the cars that made it on the list did because they are all incredible machines that Premier Financial makes it easy to get behind the wheel of.
When it first came out in 2006, Audi’s supercar had been a long time coming, and since, it’s been an incredible car, and a well-loved staple in the world of exotic and supercars for its immense power, confident dynamism, and world-class looks. The R8 Performance Coupe with 562 horsepower and rear-wheel drive starts at $148,700, and even after 15 years, it’s still as popular as ever.
Ferrari 488 GTB
As the successor to the 458, the Ferrari 4888 GTB was the first Ferrari since the F40 to offer a turbocharged engine, specifically in this case a twin-turbocharged 3.9 liter V8, producing a whopping 661 horsepower, and getting the car from a standstill to 125 miles per hour in 8.3 seconds. The Pista and Pista Spider versions of the 488 up the ante even more, and if that’s the case, it’s no wonder so many people want this car.
Even at the end of its production cycle, the Aventador still holds up as Lamborghini’s legendary flagship V12 car. With a naturally aspirated V12, the Aventador boasts raw power and brute strength, and the SVJ edition flexed that strength by setting a sub-7-minute production car record lap time at the Nürburgring. Even as Aventadors cease production, the pre-owned market remains alive and well, as a car like the Aventador is bound to do.
It seems like there isn’t a person in existence who doesn’t know or love the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen. With the luxury off-roader constantly getting shouted out in songs or featured on television, there’s no shortage of fans of the rare and classic body-on-frame SUV. When you consider that the top-of-the-line AMG G63 gets 577 horsepower and features a low-range gear and 3 locking differentials, it’s no wonder the G-Class is so popular because of its limitless capability.
Bentley Continental GT
This swoon-worthy luxury coupe has been around in its current iteration since 2003 and is now in its second generation. But we haven’t gotten tired of the Continental GT yet, and neither have Premier Financial’s customers. That’s because it’s a dream come true with all-wheel drive, at least 542 horsepower, and as much as 28 miles to the gallon, not to mention the sumptuous cabin and superior driving dynamics.
Following in the footsteps of its relative, the Porsche Cayenne, the Lamborghini Urus in no time at all has become Lamborghini’s best-selling model. It’s a Lamborghini through and through, with loud, bold, angular Lamborghini styling, 641 horsepower, and a quarter-mile time of just over 11 seconds. What makes the Urus so popular is the fact that it’s a true Lamborghini and a true SUV, and who doesn’t want the best of both worlds?
Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche’s ultimate, track-focused 911 is as hot on the tarmac as it is a hot seller. The 911 has been a dynamic, popular, and impossibly capable sports car for decades, and the 911 GT3, and even quicker GT3RS push the 911 to its absolute limit. With the 2019 GT3RS boasting 520 horsepower from its 4-liter flat-six engine and carrying as little as 3,153 pounds, it doesn’t get much quicker than that.
McLaren’s racing heritage and passion for innovation have made incredible cars over the years. The F1 broke world records, the P1 helped mark the beginning of a new era for the entire supercar industry, and the 720S became a modern classic with its stunning looks and “butterfly” dihedral doors, 710 horsepower, and a quarter-mile time of just 10.1 seconds.
Porsche 911 Turbo
While the GT3 might be Porsche’s most intense 911 model, the 911 Turbo strikes a sublime balance of performance and luxury for many customers. Just because the GT3 is faster doesn’t mean the Turbo is slow, however. Two and a half seconds is what it’ll take to get you from 0-60 miles per hour in a Turbo S, and Porsche says the car will keep going until 205 miles per hour. Past Turbo S 911s have become modern classics already, so it’s no surprise that love for the 911 Turbo still goes strong.
The Huracan might be Lamborghini’s entry-level model, but what you’re entering is a world of crazy-fast cars. The current Huracan EVO is good for up to 631 horsepower coming from a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine and combined with an agile, light, mid-engined, all-wheel-drive setup, you can expect to get to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds, and cover a quarter-mile in just over 10 seconds. A car with that kind of horsepower is sure to have people lining up to get behind the wheel, and that’s just what it did.
Source: Premier Financial Services