£50,000-£95,000: In fall-top, 10-cylinder form, this is roundly acknowledged to be just one of the greatest driver’s autos that Audi has ever constructed (even if the coupé edges it for rigidity and sharpness). The folding roof provides effortless aural access to that guttural motor, which does not choose far too a lot looking right after, and there’s a satisfyingly snickety six-velocity manual on present, as well.
Just one we identified: 2014 Audi R8 V10 Spyder Quattro Guide, 26k miles, £59,991
Ferrari 360 Modena, 1994-2004
£55,000-£95,000: Ferrari hit the supercar major time when it launched the 360 Modena, which is continue to a single of the most temptingly attainable contemporary supercars. There are loads about, which helps make tracking 1 down in just the suitable colour and spec feasible and retains values sensible, far too.
The 360 M was Ferrari’s very first supercar with an aluminium chassis, so it was the two lighter and stiffer than the 355. It seemed like a motor vehicle for a new era: it didn’t have Ferrari’s old flip-up headlights or its edgy, strakey bodystyling. It was a bold, curvy, obvious-eyed phase forward. But it’s also continue to outdated sufficient that you can buy a handbook instead of an ‘F1’ paddle shift. The aluminium design makes 360s a lot more corrosion-resistant than previously Ferraris, but glimpse out for paint effervescent in the bodywork in any circumstance – and be all set to pay out rigid maintenance prices. For a normal vehicle, count on annual plan company and maintenance to value about £2500.
Just one we observed: 1999 Ferrari 360 Modena, 34k miles, £61,450
Lamborghini Gallardo, 2003-2013