Our today’s lineup covers the latest and the most impressive track-oriented supercars that are available for purchase to the general public. Some of them are even designed to compete in popular races around the world.
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#1 2023 Mercedes-AMG GT Track Series
2023 Mercedes-AMG GT Track Series is the evolved and enhanced version of the Black Series, that is limited to 55 units. It is not road-legal and can only be driven on track.
#2 2024 Ford GT Alan Mann Heritage Edition
Ford GT Alan Mann Heritage Edition is inspired by two experimental Ford GT prototypes created by Alan Mann Racing in 1965 and 1966.
#3 2024 Сhevrolet Corvette Z06 GT3.R
2024 Сhevrolet Corvette Z06 GT3.R gets wind-tunnel tested bodywork with specially tweaked aerodynamics for race use.
#4 2022 Mercedes AMG One
The notorious track tool from Mercedes-AMG is likely to finally come out this model year. The 2022 Mercedes-AMG One will get a 4 motor 1.6L Turbo V6 powertrain.
#5 2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie
Co-developed with Red Bull Advanced Technologies, the Aston Martin Valkyrie is still limited to 235 road-legal units, out of which 150 will be Coupes and 85 Valkyrie Spiders, plus 40 track-only AMR Pro models.
#6 2022 Gordon Murray T.50s
Gordon Murray is releasing a new hypercar under his own brand. The Gordon Murray T50s Nikki Lauda is a track-oriented version of the model.
#7 2022 Veloqx Fangio
Veloqx Fangio is based on the Ferrari F12 that is fitted with all-new bodywork, that makes it completely unrecognizable.
#8 2021 KTM X-BOW GTX and GT2
KTM X-BOW GTX and GT2 are the latest versions of the KTM sportscar that are tuned specifically for track.