Our favorite brands have been launching new models to stay at the cutting edge of technology. However, if you have been looking for an exotic that won’t break the bank, we have compiled a list of the most affordable exotic cars on the market.
2015 Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT
$59,777 :: 25,293 miles
Hand-built convertible with English refinement and V8 power!
2014 Audi S8
$35,800 :: 49,297 Miles
520 Horsepower with every option. This car is incredibly fast with a $121,000 Window Sticker
2011 Audi R8 V10
$87,950 :: 9,495 Miles
Lamborgnini V10 power with All Wheel Drive, it is priced to move because they built a boatload of them. Also one of the most reliable exotics ever built.
2012 McLaren 12C
$109,999 :: 14,914 Miles
Carbon fiber chassis along with active suspension. High pressure hydraulics replace sway bars for an incredibly smooth ride with intense lateral grip. Once again, the price reflects that McLaren built as many 12C as they could.
2016 BMW i8
$64,850 :: 38,820
The i8 has an electric range of 22 miles but it only has 400 horsepower. Considering the car is all carbon fiber, it needs to be at the top of your list due to wild acceleration and 76 MPGe.
2015 Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid
$46,990 :: 23,513 Miles
This potent Porsche Sedan has 16 miles of battery cruising, 416 horsepower, and 50 MPGe. Window Sticker: $99,000
2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder
$109,995 :: 10,687 Miles
A V10 with All Wheel Drive, cloth top, and looks to kill!
2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S (991) Cabriolet
$64,035 :: 34,445 Miles
One of the first 991 Series imported to the U.S., this convertible is a fraction of what the final 991 examples sold for.
2008 Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG
$36.900 :: 15,962 Miles
AMG stuffed the massive 6.3 V8 into an iconic body. All four windows can be lowered for an exhilarating open-air cruise.
2000 Ferrari 360 Modena
$72,900 :: 14,324 miles
The first Ferrari built on an Alcoa chassis, the 360 series was the basis for the F430, 458 Italia, and even the 488. Plus it can easily be converted to manual transmission, something that cant be said of its successors.