Think of those days when you were a teenager- your room decor wasn’t complete without a poster or two on the wall, featuring not just an ordinary car but a super automotive. Some of us even had our entire walls covered by these posters. Whether it was a way of showing our passion for cars or we did it for decoration, that’s a stage that everyone passes. Let’s look at the four most popular supercars that still grace walls today.
At the time it was released in the market, McLaren F1 was undoubtedly the fastest production car, and that alone earned it a place on posters. Alongside its looks and 390km/h speed, this car features carbon-fibre monocoque chassis and other fascinating technologies that every car enthusiast could admire.
Ferrari 250 GTO
There you have it, the Ferrari 250 GTO, the king of Ferraris. Forget about the user reviews; car experts have pronounced themselves on this car, asserting that it is the greatest of the Ferrari family. And it is as popular on the walls as it is among users; you could tell this by looking at the sheer number of people who visit poster sellers like Gallerix to have their piece.
While everyone may have their own car brand tastes, Subaru Rally is one car that reconciled many different tastes and preferences. Hence, you won’t be hard-pressed to find it on the walls, whether in a hotel, pub, office, or home. That’s how popular this distinct yellow and blue car was and is.
There is only one car that opened doors for the huge Lamborghini we have today. That was the Countach. The modern-day Lamborghini features a wedge shape and scissor doors, but what you may not know is that car’s forerunner had these features first. No wonder the car found its way into the world of posters so effortlessly.
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