How many people consider the latest round of fuel prices to be another nail in the coffin of the super cars that are neither practical nor economical?
The ‘boutique’ sports car manufacturers have all but fallen by the wayside over the years with only a few of the brands having been bought out by the major manufacturers.
These super cars have been used by the manufacturers to increase their profile and help to build brand awareness yet they must surely see that the writing is on the wall.
Not only are these vehicles impractical on the congested roads where they are generally used, but they are often not very environmentally friendly with their huge appetite for fuel as they sit in the same traffic jams as the hybrids and in the not to distant future, electric cars.
Even the celebrities are being seen in hybrids and other environmentally friendly vehicles.
These are the same people that have helped to set the trends that others follow and to see them taking a stand against pollution and the waste of natural resources is a good sign for the future of the planet.
The fact that the super cars that we have known are more than likely to die off over the next decade is not something to be too concerned about for those who have a love for speed because it has already been shown that there are electric vehicles that are faster than the best of the petrol powered sports cars.
We will continue to enjoy the excitement of speed without the cost, pollution or noise.
You can save gas and drastically reduce your running expenses.
How would you like to keep more of that hard earned cash that you are currently pumping into the atmosphere with the inefficient vehicles that the automobile manufacturers are selling to you?