Supercars were being produced left, right and centre in the early 2000s. After all, this was a time when the big three assembled the original holy trinity, made up of the Ferrari Enzo,McLaren, Mercedes SLR and the Porsche Carrera GT. But there were also some less-known supercars produced by numerous small-time firms that weren’t afraid to put their necks and wallets on the line by producing niche performance cars. Here’s a list of a few supercars which don’t deserve to be forgotten:
Ascari A10– Derived from a Ford V8, the CC8S’s powertrain pumped out around 650bhp, just over a third of the output from the company’s modern halo hybrid hypercar, the managed to concoct this track-biased supercar to take on anything else that decided to cross its path.