What's Your Favorite Obscure 1990s Supercar?

There must be one you can think of.

The Octane Collection

The 1990s were a golden age for supercars. In fact, some of the coolest, best-driving cars in existence came out of the '90s. But there are some 1990s supercars out there that people often forget about. Which is your favorite?

For me, it'd have to be the Ruf CTR2. According to Ruf, it was the first road car to ever use carbon brake discs and forged magnesium wheels. It came with a 520-horsepower twin-turbo 3.6-liter flat-six, and an integrated roll cage. Only 16 were produced, and now, used examples command massive premiums. This one listed in the UK from The Octane Collection .

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Just take a look at that interior.
The Octane Collection
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Now we'd like to know: Which obscure '90s supercar do you think more people should pay attention to? It doesn't have to be something super-low production like the CTR2, either—it could be anything, as long as it's a favorite of yours. Let us know in the comments below.

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