1.PORSCHE CARRERA GT
Porsche’s mid-engined Carrera GT began its development by stealing components from actual competition race cars, but in the end became a monster of its own. Futuristic technology like a pure carbon fiber monocoque and subframe construction, adaptive damping suspension, and active aerodynamics set the Carrera GT apart from its competition, while the mid-mounted 5.7-liter V10 sent 603 horsepower to the rear wheels through a six speed manual transmission. A 0-60 run took under 3.57 seconds, while cornering achieved measurements of 1.4 g.
Only 1,270 Carrera GT examples ever came out of the factory, and Paul Walker owned a red one.
Of course, the Carrera GT had to come at the end of this list because of the fact that the legendary and impressive feat of German engineering will eternally be connected with Paul Walker due to his tragically losing his life in 2013 while riding in the passenger seat of his friend’s Carrera GT. The great mystery surrounding the accident was cleared up when an investigative report concluded that the car had been traveling between 80 and 93 miles per hour – a speed typically well within the Carrera GT’s capabilities but in this case the car’s tires were too old to maintain traction.