In a world rapidly embracing the conveniences of next-day delivery, self-checkout, and gigabit internet, the realm of supercars remains a testament to the virtue of patience and anticipation. While countless crossovers and pragmatic vehicles roll off assembly lines with predictable regularity, the supercar segment continues to simmer with a blend of raw power, groundbreaking technology, and breathtaking designs, proving that some things are worth the wait.
As we look ahead to 2024, the horizon brims with excitement, especially for automotive enthusiasts. Supercar veterans like Aston Martin, McLaren, and Dodge, and trailblazers like Tesla are gearing up to unveil marvels of engineering that promise to redefine speed, style, and sophistication. Imagine machines boasting over 1,000 horsepower, achieving top speeds that could soar beyond the 200 mph mark and perhaps even nearing the 300 mph frontier.
Coupled with sleek, aerodynamic designs and interiors outfitted with futuristic tech, these vehicles are not just cars but rolling embodiments of art and innovation.
But what’s particularly striking about this epoch is the electric renaissance sweeping through the supercar universe. Traditional gas-powered icons are burning brighter than ever in the twilight of their era, even as legendary manufacturers like Lamborghini, Audi, and Porsche experiment with hybridization, embracing the surge of electrification. New players in the automotive field are disrupting the status quo, unveiling all-electric hypercars that are resetting benchmarks almost daily.
As we take you through our curated list of 11 future supercars – prepare to be thrilled by this golden age of automotive magnificence.
Toyota Supra EV
Polestar O2 Convertible
Nissan R36 GT-R
End of 2023
Bugatti W16 Mistral
Mid 2024 (Estimated)
Aston Martin DB12
Aston Martin Valhalla
Lexus Electrified Sport
Early 2026 (Estimated)
Porsche Mission X
To be Announced
Aston Martin Vanquish
Lamborghini Huracan PHEV
Early 2025 (Estimated)
Chevrolet Corvette EV
Lamborghini Urus PHEV
Early 2025 (Estimated)
Here is our list of Future Supercars
14. Toyota Supra EV
Release Date: 2025
Toyota has confirmed plans to develop an electric sports car within the next three years as part of its broader strategy to introduce 10 new electric vehicles (EVs) for the U.S. and China markets by 2026. While the exact design of the sports car remains undisclosed, it could be based on one of Toyota’s previous EV concepts, such as the Lexus Electrified Sport concept or a successor to the Celica or Supra models. The Lexus Electrified Sport concept was previously introduced as an electric successor to the LFA, but its launch might be delayed due to the use of solid-state batteries. Another possibility is a two-seater electric replacement for the GR Supra, rumored to debut in 2025. The specific name and design details are yet to be revealed, but Toyota is committed to entering the electric sports car market.
13. Polestar O2 Convertible
Release Date: 2025 expected
The 2026 Polestar 6, inspired by the O2 concept car, is poised to be a luxury electric sports car. It shares the aluminum structure of the upcoming Polestar 5 sedan but features a convertible hardtop and two fewer doors, maintaining the brand’s minimalist interior design. The car is equipped with an 884-hp dual-motor powertrain, promising a rapid acceleration to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds. While its driving range isn’t specified yet, it’s anticipated to be at least 300 miles per charge. The Polestar 6 will also adopt the 800-volt electric architecture from the Polestar 5, reinforcing its performance capabilities.
The interior design of the Polestar 6 is expected to be minimalist, with a squared-off steering wheel, a small digital display, and a dashboard characterized by clean, linear lines for a spacious feel. It also features a large storage area along the center console, with a singular knob for the infotainment system. Further details are yet to be released, but the focus is on blending luxury with high-end electric performance.
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12. Nissan R36 GT-R
Release date: TBA
The upcoming Nissan GT-R R36 is generating considerable excitement as a highly anticipated redesign of Nissan’s flagship sports car. This new model, following in the footsteps of the iconic GT-R lineage, represents the latest evolution in a series that began in 1969. The current third generation, initiated with the R35 in 2007, has been one of Nissan’s longest-running models.
Despite delays attributed to environmental regulations impacting sports car development, the R36 is expected to push the boundaries in performance, possibly incorporating a hybrid or fully electric drivetrain. Speculations suggest a design influenced by the Nissan Vision GT concept and the Italdesign GT-R50, as well as a futuristic interior with modern technology and safety features. There’s also buzz about a potential SUV variant that aligns with current automotive trends. The R36 GT-R is poised to maintain its high-performance legacy while embracing electrification and evolving emission standards.
11. Lamborghini Revuelto
Release date: End of 2023
Lamborghini has recently revealed their highly anticipated successor to the Aventador, named the Revuelto. This model marks a new era for the company as it’s Lamborghini’s first ‘HPEV’ (High-Performance Electrified Vehicle). According to Lamborghini, this plug-in hybrid supercar has already been entirely reserved for the next two years, with deliveries set to start towards the end of 2024.
In terms of design, the Revuelto takes inspiration from the finest elements of Lamborghini models over the past twenty years, appearing like a ‘greatest hits’ collection. Predictably, it retains the sharp ‘wedge’ shape familiar from the Aventador. True to Lamborghini tradition, it features the iconic vertically-opening scissor doors on the Aventador and other flagship models.
While many supercar manufacturers are reducing engine sizes and adopting turbocharging to decrease emissions, Lamborghini is taking a different approach. The Revuelto continues to sport a massive 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine behind the driver. Although it has the same displacement as the Aventador’s engine, this is an entirely new engine, being 17kg lighter and significantly more powerful. For comparison, the most powerful Aventador, the Ultimae, had 780hp, whereas the Revuelto boasts an impressive 825hp.
Yet, the Revuelto doesn’t just stop at 825hp; three electric motors further enhance it. There’s one electric motor attached to the engine, aiding power to the rear wheels, and each front wheel is powered by its motor.
The Revuelto offers three driving modes: ‘Strada,’ which activates the petrol engine and delivers 886hp; ‘Sport’ mode, which ramps up the power to 907hp; and then there’s ‘Corsa.’ In ‘Corsa’ mode, the driver can access the vehicle’s full capability of 1,015hp.
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10. Bugatti W16 Mistral
Release Date: Early 2024
Marking the final appearance of Bugatti’s legendary W16 engine on the road, the Mistral epitomizes a blend of freedom, speed, and innovation. With a mere 99 units produced — all of which have been sold — the W16 Mistral will eternally stand as a noteworthy chapter in the history of automotive design.
The Mistral is engineered with a 1,578-horsepower iteration of the W16 engine, initially introduced in the Chiron Super Sport 300+. The specifications of the Bugatti W16 Mistral, including its impressive top speed, are poised to surpass current records potentially. Its 8.0-liter quad-turbo engine forges a deep connection between the driver and this groundbreaking powertrain, heralding a new zenith in vehicular performance. Although the exact 0-60 mph acceleration time for the Bugatti W16 Mistral has not been disclosed, given its 1,600 horsepower and cutting-edge engineering, it is anticipated to rank among the fastest roadsters ever created. An indicative figure for its 0-60 time is likely close to the Chiron’s astonishing 2.4 seconds. This rapid acceleration underscores the W16 Mistral’s exceptional capabilities.
Coming to the design, the new Bugatti Mistral is a breathtaking fusion of sophistication, aerodynamic excellence, and innovative features, paying tribute to Bugatti’s rich heritage. It skillfully incorporates elements from the iconic 1934 Bugatti Type 57 Roadster Grand Raid while advancing the frontiers of contemporary automotive style.
A standout feature is the vehicle’s sweeping windscreen, which extends around the A-pillars and merges effortlessly with the side windows. This design creates a visor-like effect, suggestive of high-performance racing capabilities. The car’s front end, marked by vertically arranged headlights and a redesigned horseshoe grille, brings an air of exclusivity and refined style to the W16 Mistral’s overall appearance.
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9. Koenigsegg CC850
Release date: Mid 2024 (estimated)
Koenigsegg’s latest offering, the CC850, is a tribute to the brand’s original prototype, the CC, which debuted two decades ago. This prototype paved the way for models such as the CC8S, CCR, and the widely acclaimed CCX. The CC850 not only commemorates the 20th anniversary of the CC8S’s first delivery but also marks the 50th birthday of the brand’s founder, Christian von Koenigsegg.
Though the CC850 is the newest model from the esteemed Swedish manufacturer, it isn’t designed to break the company’s speed records. Koenigsegg has clarified that the CC850’s performance targets do not reach the extreme levels of the Jesko Absolut, currently the fastest in their lineup and among the most formidable supercars globally. The CC850 boasts a rugged twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V-8 engine — presumably similar to the one in the Jesko — generating a remarkable 1185 horsepower, which can increase to a staggering 1385 horsepower with E85 fuel. This power output, alongside a curb weight of 1385 kilograms (about 3053 pounds), mirrors the one-to-one power-to-weight ratio of the 2014 Koenigsegg One:1. The engine also produces 1020 pound-feet of torque.
A standout feature of the CC850 is its novel Engage Shift System (ESS), derived from Jesko’s Light Speed Transmission (LST). The ESS, like the LST, is a nine-speed, multi-clutch automatic capable of rapid gear shifts. Unique to the CC850, however, is the inclusion of a traditional clutch pedal and a gated shifter. This setup allows drivers to manually control the ESS as if it were a conventional six-speed manual transmission, though the gear changes are executed entirely electronically. The system also adjusts gear ratios based on the selected driving mode.
In terms of design, the CC850 closely mirrors the aesthetic of the CC8S, its progenitor. It maintains smooth bodywork with similar dimensions and even features a characteristic side scoop akin to the CC8S. While the car’s LED headlights and taillights have been updated for a contemporary look, its overall design faithfully honors its heritage.
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2.5 seconds (expected)
8. 2024 Aston Martin DB12
Release Date: late 2024
Aston Martin is redefining grand touring with its new ‘super tourer,’ the DB12, slated to replace the flagship DB11. The DB12 carries the unmistakable Aston Martin DNA, showcasing a larger grille, a new lighting signature in the swept-back headlights, and sleek, frameless side mirrors. The vehicle’s front and rear tracks have been widened, adding to its commanding presence. Notably, it also debuts Aston’s revised winged logo.
Under the hood lies a beastly twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 engine, churning out 671 horsepower. This power is expected to propel the DB12 to 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds, with a top speed of 202 mph, all managed by an eight-speed automatic transmission and an electronic rear differential.
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7. Aston Martin Valhalla
Release date: Early 2024
The Aston Martin Valhalla, a mid-engined supercar, is set to become a new benchmark in the company’s lineup beneath the Valkyrie. Weighing less than 1,550 kg and leveraging advanced aerodynamics, the Valhalla promises a blend of beauty and performance. Its front and rear active aerodynamic features contribute to 600 kg of downforce at 150 mph.
The Valhalla’s powertrain is just as futuristic, combining a 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 with a 150 kW battery hybrid system, contributing to a total output of 990 PS. This configuration enables a top speed of 217 mph and a blistering 0-62 mph sprint in 2.5 seconds. The Valhalla can also cruise up to 15 km on electric power alone.
4.0 liter Twin-Turbo V8 + 150 kW Battery Hybrid System
Acceleration (0-62 mph)
Electric Power Range
Up to 15 km
6. 2025 Lexus Electrified Sport
Release Date: Early 2026 (Estimated)
Successor to the iconic Lexus LFA, the Lexus Electrified Sport promises to carry the LFA’s legendary status into the era of electrification. While specific details are sparse, Lexus claims this EV supercar will hit 60 mph in the low 2-second range, ensuring its spot as a future legend in the automotive world.
5. Porsche Mission X
Release Date: – To be Announced
The Porsche Mission X is set to be the spiritual successor to the Porsche 918 Spyder and a future EV hypercar icon. This low-slung hypercar, with its muscular design and advanced aerodynamics, aims for more downforce than the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Sporting 20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels for improved aerodynamics and brake cooling and extensive use of carbon fiber, the Mission X is poised to be a technological marvel.
Porsche still needs to release power and performance figures. Still, they are ambitiously targeting the fastest road-legal car record around the Nürburgring, aiming to beat the Mercedes-AMG One’s time of 6:30.705.
4. Aston Martin Vanquish
Release date: 2025 (estimated)
Following the debut of the Valkyrie and Valhalla, Aston Martin is set to introduce a smaller, mid-engined Vanquish, thereby completing this distinguished trio. Although it won’t match the Valhalla in terms of power, both vehicles will feature a variant of the same 4.0-liter flat-plane-crank V8 engine. The launch of the new Vanquish is anticipated to occur one year after Valhalla’s release.
It is expected that Aston Martin will equip the Vanquish with a 4.0-liter V-8 engine sourced from AMG and incorporating twin-turbo technology. This engine will be coupled with two electric motors to create a plug-in hybrid system. This marks a departure from the intended initial hybrid 3.0-liter V-6, which was planned to be developed in-house. While the Vanquish will utilize a version of the Valhalla’s powertrain, it’s improbable that it will achieve the same 937 horsepower output.
4.0-liter Twin-Turbocharged V8
Two electric motors
Plug-In Hybrid System
Power Output (Expected)
Less than 937 horsepower (Exact output TBD)
3. Lamborghini Huracan PHEV
Release date: Early 2025 (Estimated)
Lamborghini executives have announced plans to unveil the successor to the Huracan soon. The upcoming Huracan PHEV model, still heavily disguised, was recently seen during testing. While technical details are yet to be confirmed, reports suggest that Lamborghini is transitioning from the naturally aspirated V10 to a twin-turbocharged V8 engine. The exact power output of the new Huracan remains unknown, but it’s expected to include one or more electric motors. This plug-in hybrid supercar is likely to feature its charging port on the right quarter panel, contrasting with the fuel filler cap located on the opposite side.
2. Chevrolet Corvette EV
Release Date: 2025 (Estimated)
Chevrolet has yet to unveil extensive details, but they have affirmed that an electric Corvette is forthcoming. This electric variant will be built on GM’s Ultium battery platform. Poised to defy expectations, the supercar will feature a powertrain with three or four motors, delivering approximately 1,000 horsepower, and will come standard with all-wheel drive.
1. Lamborghini Urus PHEV
Release Date: Early 2025 (Estimated)
The upcoming Urus plug-in hybrid, Lamborghini’s second hybrid model following the debut of the Revuelto, which replaces the Aventador, is expected to feature a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine. This new hybrid variant of the Urus has been seen undergoing testing several times, suggesting it might share components with the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid.
Recent sightings of the Urus PHEV during testing have unveiled some unique design aspects, particularly its LED headlights. These headlights are slightly narrower compared to those on the standard Urus model. Although it’s not yet confirmed if the prototype’s headlights will be the same as those on the final production model, they are noticeably different from the current Urus models, lacking the integrated LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs).
The heart of the Urus PHEV will be its powertrain, which, while not officially confirmed by Lamborghini, is rumored to be similar to the one used in the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid. This implies a combination of a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine and an electric motor, potentially delivering over 800 horsepower.