The 2000s brought with it some of the greatest supercars to ever grace the roads. Here are some of your favorites.
The Viper originally made its debut in the mid 1990s, but didn't become a true track machine until the introduction of the hardcore, wing-equipped ACR model. is currently up for bidding, and can be yours.
In 2009, Mercedes took its luxury grand-tourer and turned it into a twin-turbo V12 track monster. Sporting a fixed roof, DTM-style bodywork, and tons of horsepower, it was one serious Benz. is currently up for grabs on eBay Motors.
The M12 isn't nearly as popular as some of the other cars on this list, but it still deserves a spot. Manufactured by small British company Noble, it uses a high-strung turbocharged Ford Duratec V6, and some seriously good looks. The GT0-3R shown here for just under $60,000.
The hardcore track-ready Ferrari 599 GTO didn't come out until 2010, but we think the normal 599 still deserves to be on this list. Powered by a 6.0-liter V12 making over 600 horsepower, it was a truly quick machine. for sale for $138,000.
We can forgive the LFA's less-than-optimal single-clutch paddle-shift transmission because it does everything else wonderfully. It looks great, drives nice, and, thanks to that legendary V10 engine, sounds unlike anything else. Interested in owning one? There are still seven unsold models scattered across the US. Good luck getting any of those dealers to sell you one, though.
Aston Martin introduced the ultra-limited, ultra-powerful One-77 to the world in 2009. Under the hood there's a bespoke 750-horsepower V12 displacing a massive 7.3 liters.
It may not be as fast or planted as the current GT2 RS, but the 996 version was still a handful in its day. With nearly 500 horsepower going to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual, it's easy to see why. is currently for sale on eBay for nearly as much as a new GT3.
The Zenvo ST1 is most famous for lighting itself on fire during a track test on Top Gear, which is definitely something you don't want your car to be famous for. But it still looks really cool, and it's still really, really fast.
The Audi R8 first graced the market in 2007. We loved its futuristic design, and how it didn't really deviate much from the Audi RSQ concept Will Smith drove in "I, Robot." As with most German luxury cars, depreciation has taken its toll on used models— can be yours for under $60,000.
This was the car that redefined production car performance. For a car with 16 cylinders, 10 radiators, and 4 turbochargers, it was comfortable and luxurious on the inside. It famously made 1,001 bhp. If you have $1.6 million to spend, you can own today.
Chevrolet's brutally fast, supercharged ZR1 wiped the smirk off the face of the European supercar market. Costing nearly half the price of a Ferrari or Lamborghini, the ZR1 was the ultimate bang-for-your-buck performance car. Years later, they're .
Ferrari took lessons from its experience in FIA GT races to produce the performance-focused version of the 360 Modena. Weight was significantly reduced and the car was fitted with an F1-style gearbox and finished off with a stripe down the middle. has a stripe delete, and you can own it for just under $200,000.
The predecessor to today's LaFerrari, Ferrari bestowed honor upon the Enzo by naming it after the company's founder. The F1-inspired looks ushered in a new era of design at Ferrari.
A throwback to the Ford's legendary Le Mans racer, the GT40, the Ford GT managed to capture the retro styling of the old race car and offered a supercharged V8 and one of the tallest first gears ever. with all four option boxes checked is currently up for bidding on eBay.
Koenigsegg designed the CCX as its first car to enter the U.S. market. It had the extremely cool "dihedral synchro-helix actuation" doors that wowed everyone who laid eyes on them.
Lamborghini took the Gallardo and increased the power and reduced the weight. The result was this "superlight" Gallardo with a lovely stripe arcing up its side. At $118,999, is the cheapest one we could find for sale on eBay.
Lamborghini's 2000s halo car was featured in Chris Nolan's "The Dark Knight." It had huge air ducts to feed the massive V12 engine sitting between the front- and rear-axles. for sale with the desirable six-speed manual.
Few people will get to lay eyes on the rare Grand Tourer Maserati created in 2004. Derived from Maserati's race cars, the MC12 was light and rigid and had a 6.0 liter engine that produced 630 bhp.
Born from the Mercedes and McLaren Formula One partnership, the SLR McLaren had a supercharged V8. Don't let the luxurious Mercedes body fool you: this car was insanely fast. with low miles you can own today.
By typical supercar standards, you wouldn't consider the R-35 GT-R. It seats four and has a front-mounted engine. But in terms of performance and acceleration, we've always admired it. has nearly 30,000 miles on the clock, and it's listed for sale on eBay now.
Each Zonda was handcrafted in a workshop in Italy under the watchful eye of Horatio Pagani. More art than car, Paganis are in their own class of quality and design.
A lighter-than-air flywheel and a glorious V10 exhaust note. What more do you need? is listed for a jaw-dropping $899,900 right now.
Steel spaceframe aluminum and honeycomb panels made up the body of the S7. With a huge 7.0 liter engine, it made a whopping 750 bhp. Unfortunately, though, Saleen didn't make many S7s, and the chances of seeing one are pretty low.