Supercars

Supercars

Luxury, speed, hi-tech and power: Our thrilling lifestyle magazine Supercars sets the stage for the most expensive, most prestigious and fastest vehicles in the world. Whether it’s luxurious sports cars from well-known brands like AMG, Bentley or Lamborghini or extravagant vehicles from lesser-known manufacturers such as KTM, Radical or Caterham: Supercars presents them all.

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  • Electricity as Power

    Skoda puts for the first time the letters RS on an electric car. But does the Enyaq Coupe RS iV live up to the famous “Rally Sport” initials? And AMG is actually known for roaring V8 sound but the EQE 53 has yet to prove its emotionality.

    29.02.2024 13:50 - 14:15

  • Maserati

    Bora, Merak, Khamsin oder Ghibli - berühmte Namen, die eingefleischten Maserati-Fans wie Musik in den Ohren klingen. Besonders Modelle aus den 60er und 70er Jahren stehen hoch im Kurs. Was ist so besonders an den Autos mit dem Dreizack? Ursprung allen Erfolgs war die Rennleidenschaft der Gebrüder Maserati. Seit der Firmengründung 1914 fahren Alfieri und Ernesto Maserati mit einem selbst gebauten Rennwagen Siege ein. Die frühen Rennboliden, wie der 400 PS starke 450S, verlangen dem Fahrer alles ab. Renngrößen wie Stirling Moss, Tazio Nuvolari oder Alberto Ascari machen die Marke aus Modena zum Gegner Nummer Eins für Ferrari und Mercedes

  • Luxury 2.0

    Luxury does not necesseraly mean to waste time. Hybrid is one of the techniques wich promises less fuel consumption with a still powerful engine. Lexus ist the pioneer in electrification of cars. Supercars drives the new LS 600h, The BMW Actiev Hybrid 7 and teh Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid.

  • High Performance

    Almost every car manufacturer has their own tuning company, where models improve in performance and get a sportier look. However, for many customers this is not enough. Individuality is the key. Those customers are the target group of smaller tuning companies like Performmaster. Their version of the C63 AMG S features 612 hp instead of 510 hp and a maximum torque of 840 Nm instead of 700 Nm.

  • Prestige Coupes

    The Mercedes S-Class Coupe is a real masterpiece. The significantly sportier two-door version of the S-Class does not only look really good, it could also succeed in stealing customers from Bentley or even Rolls Royce. Supercars reveals what the new S 63 AMG Coupe has going for it in comparison to the Bentley Continental and the Rolls Royce Wraith.

  • World of Tesla

    The Tesla Model S is the world's first premium sedan that was developed as an electric car from scratch. Tesla showed the world that electric mobility can be sexy and almost more important: it works. Reason enough for Supercars to take a closer look at the brand Tesla. Plus: Supercars checks out the 700 hp Model S D which is powered by two electric engines.

  • Porsche Killers

    Often copied, never matched: For more than 50 years, the Porsche 911 has been one of the best sports cars in the world. But competitors still try to take the crown from this automobile icon. Supercars shows you two serious rivals that try to compete with the Porsche 911 both visually and in terms of costs: The Jaguar F-Type R with 550 hp and the Mercedes AMG GTS.

  • Bentley Continental GT3-R

    The T in the name of the Ferrari California T stands for Turbo. And that’s quite unusual for a brand like Ferrari. In fact, the facelifted California T is the first Ferrari to have a turbo engine under its hood since the legendary F40 which was built until 1992. But even a manufacturer like Ferrari can’t avoid some downsizing, if they want to keep up with environmental requirements.

  • World of Ferrari

    Nowadays you associate Bentley with elegance and luxury. But ever since its establishment in 1919, the British brand enjoys successes in motorsports as well. With only 300 examples produced the Continental GT3-R is Bentley's most sporty ordinary car ever. The performance is improved, the weight is reduced, and the price secondary. It's a car in the spirit of the unforgotten 'Bentley Boys'.

  • Porsche GT3 Streetracer

    For Porsche fans, it's the ultimate fusion of road suitability and race track compatibility: the Porsche 911 GT3. With its 475 hp engine and a maximum torque of 440 Newton-meters, it accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds. Supercars introduces you to the world of the Porsche GT3.

  • Tracktools

    You want to feel like a race driver? The British car manufactuer Radical can make your dreams come true! true. Since 2011 the company is located in Germany, Adenau, very close to the Nürburgring Nordschleife and builds racing cars, which are approved for the streets. Supercars visits the company and takes a ride on the extreme RXC, the most aggressive racing car on the market.

  • RS is not enough

    The Audi RS6 is the benchmark, when it comes to extreme estate cars. It features an output of 560 hp combined with a maximum torque of 700 newtonmeters and an acceleration from zero to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds. This sounds awesome, but still isn't enough power – at least according to the Audi tuners. They want to get more out of the Audi RS6. Supercars show, how something good can even get better.

  • Plug and Drive Deluxe

    Mercedes presents its first plug-in hybrid car with the S500. With an electric range of 33 kilometers, a declared average consumption of 2.8 liters and a system output of 442 horses the S500 is the most efficient luxury car on the market. Also on this episode of Supercars: Bentley downsizes the Flying Spur. It’s now available with a 507 hp V8 engine instead of a 625 hp V12 engine.

  • Gentlemen Racer

    Most people associate Aston Martin with James Bond, luxury, style and elegance or real men. The Vantage N430 is a sports car that makes you feel the heritage of British racecars. It is elegant, fast, comes with a marvelous sound and a design which reminds you of Aston Martin's racing successes from the past. Also on this episode: Supercars checks out the Bentley GTC Speed.

  • Road Stars

    What birngs more fun, than the perfect street? And what is even better than to conquer the street with lightweighted roadsters? Not to much! The ""Slivretta Hochalpenstrasse"" in Austria is the ideal palyground for the Lotus Elise and the Roding Roadster. And a very classic car opens it´s roff again: the Porsche 911 Targa 4S.

  • Italian Stallion

    He is one of the most exciting sportscars in the world: the Ferrari 458 Speciale. A screaming racecar for the street, a car that puts your nervs on permanent fire. To drive this rolling thunder is unforgetable. Also in this show. The Mc Laren 650S, a car as fast as the Ferrari but quiet more on the technical than on the emotional side.

  • Lexus RC-F: The Attacker from Japan

    BMW M3 and Mercedes C63 AMG. The top models battle it out forever. While the C63 has better performance values on paper, the M3 has always been delivering the better performance. It's a never ending back and forth. But they are not alone in their battle for the crown. An exotic creature from Japan lies in wait: the Lexus RC-F. It's eight cylinders and 477 hp push the Japanese extrovert over asphalt. It's top speed: 270 km/h. Is he a threat to its German competitors?

  • Four Seatbelts for a Halleluja

    The Porsche Panamera Turbo S is the most dynamic sedan in the world. No other car finds the perfect balance between calm gliding on the one hand and extreme performance on the other hand. 570 hp, 3,8 seconds from zero to 100 km/h and a top speed of 310 km/h are impressive performance data for this big car. Plus: the Jaguar XJR with a 550 hp V8 engine and the Mercedes CLS 500.

  • Sports SUVs

    These days there's hardly a car manufacturer who doesn't build any kind of SUV. Three of the sportiest SUVs on the market are the Porsche Macan Turbo, Mercedes GLA 45 AMG and Audi RSQ3. Each of them comes with more than 300 HP; they are well prepared for any season and have ambitions to be sports car. Supercars finds out, if they have what it takes to be a sports car.

  • Porsche 911 GTS

    The Porsche 911 GTS is the latest model in the iconic 911 sports car range. With an output of 430 HP it closes the gap between the S model and the GT3. Supercars gets the chance to take a ride in the new Porsche 911 GTS in California. Plus: The Roding Roadster is a small series lightweight sports car from Bavaria and uses technology from BMW under its bonnet.

  • BMW Three Times

    Being one step ahead of time has always been a bit pricier. But is the new BMW i8 just an luxurious, avant-garde carrier of technology or can it already be considered as a serious sports car? Why should you pay double the price compared to the BMW M4? Why shouldn’t you buy a good looking BMW M5, which has the same price, but is more functional? Supercars reveals the answers.

  • Car Jewels

    It’s name is Mulsanne, Bentely Mulsanne. The new flagship from Bentley reaches a top speed of close to 300 km/h, it is luxurious like a first class hotel and elegant like an Armani suit. Supercars reveals how it feels like to ride a dream car like this. Plus: Supercars takes a look at the remarkable Rolls Royce Ghost and the high-tech coupé Mercedes S 63 AMG.

  • La Dolce Vita

    In celebration of its 100th anniversary, Maserati rewarded itself with a beautiful coupe called Maserati Alfiere. But that's not all. The company invites to a trip from Bologna to Turin featuring the most beautiful models from the last decades. Supercars takes part in this trip with a Granturismo MC Stradale.

  • MC Perfect

    McLaren is one of the most famous automobile brands from Great Britain. There are hardly any sports cars that fascinate as much as a McLaren or have such a legendary heritage in motorsports. Two recent models from McLaren are the 650S and the limited series P1. Supercars is in the mood for love and dates the McLaren 650S at an old industrial area and on the race track.

  • Zen Power

    With its GTR, Nissan hunts the established European sports car manufacturers. The car competes with the likes of the Audi R8 GT and Porsche 911 Turbo S, but is only half their price. Also on this episode of Supercars: Techart gets their hands on the 911 Turbo S and turns it into 620 hp Techart 911 Turbo S, while Formula 1 pilot Adrian Sutil checks out an ultimate supercar, the Pagani Huayra!

  • Drift!

    It's not always a car's pure power that makes driving through curves exciting. The Subaru BRZ with its low boxer engine and its well-balanced handling gives his driver a very good feeling for the road. The BMW 235i RS has a great rear wheel performance and the Porsche Cayman GTS with its mid-engine puts a smile on your face as soon as you put your foot on the accelerator.

  • Powerful Estates

    If you started a family and had to say goodbye to your beloved sports car, there's no reason to cry, because you can still get a bit of a racing feeling with a station wagon. The E 63 S AMG T with its 585 HP V8 biturbo engine is as fast as a sports car and can take your family wherever they want. Plus: The Audi RS6 and the G-Power M5 Hurricane can dry your tears as well.

  • The Epitome of Luxury

    Bentley and Rolls-Royce are two car brands that are closely linked with luxury. Supercars drives the 636 hp Bentley GTC from the hood through downtown to the highsociety quarters of the German capital city of Berlin. Plus: The Phantom Drophead Coupe is the most exclusive convertible in the world. Supercars checks out this luxury car in the Alpine region of Bavaria.

  • Porsche Cayman GTS

    The biggest rival of the Porsche 911 might be the Porsche Cayman. Driving this model is like a ride on a bullit. Supercars takes the 340 hp Cayman GTS on a thrilling ride around the sunny island of Mallorca, where it climbs hills and shines on the race track. Also on this episode: Supercars reviews the new Chevrolet Corvette C7 and the Nissan 370 Z Nismo.

  • Supercar of the Future

    More than 10 years ago the 1,000 hp Bugatti Veyron started a new era of super sports cars. By now almost all renowned manufacturers offer their own supercar. Frequently, today's strongest and fastest cars rely on hybrid technology or even drive in pure electric mode. Supercars takes a look at the sports car of the future and gives an insight into the latest technology and driving systems of the future.

  • Very British

    It is rare, timelessly elegant and carries the strongest engine of its brand under the hood: the Aston Martin Vanquish. Its wonderfully roaring V12 engine outputs 576 hp. Its ability to sprint: from 0 to 100 in 3.8 seconds. Its top speed: 323 km/h. That's true British power. If this is not enough, you can stop by Arden. The tuning company gives Jaguar cars a power treatment and worked on the F-Type R. After the makeover the Arden AJ23 wrings out 650hp out of its engine and drives up to 300 km/h.

  • BMW i8

    With the creation of its i8, Munich-based car manufacturer BMW makes a big step towards the future. After all, the futuristic looking car is the first German sports car which utilizes hybrid technology. Supercars checks out the BMW i8 on the streets of Los Angeles. But BMW did not just work on the i8. They also present the new sports coupe 435i and the sporty SUV X550d M.

  • Performance SUVs

    With its Macan Turbo, Porsche sets the benchmark in the SUV segment. The optional performance package increases the output from 400 to 440 HP. A serious competitor bears the Maserati brand. With the Levante, die Italian carmaker wants to stir up the competitive market for sporty SUVs.

  • Mid-Engine Power

    There are details which set super cars apart from normal cars and these details are essential. Super cars are the biggest, loudest and most expensive cars on the highway; they're four-wheeled works of arts.

  • Timeless Elegance

    There are details which set super cars apart from normal cars and these details are essential. Super cars are the biggest, loudest and most expensive cars on the highway; they're four-wheeled works of arts.

  • R4, I6 or V8?

    There are details which set super cars apart from normal cars and these details are essential. Super cars are the biggest, loudest and most expensive cars on the highway; they're four-wheeled works of arts.