Five exotic cars you can actually drive

Escape the ordinary and dive into the world of exotic cars. Whether you favor speed, luxury, or something in between, DriveShare is your ticket to owning the moment rather than the high cost of upkeep. Strap yourself in and enjoy the ride through five of our favorite exotics.  

Matthew’s 1999 Bentley Arnage 

Experience the height of 1990’s luxury with this Bentley Arnage. Development of the Arnage and its stablemate, the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph, came at a tumultuous time as both companies were facing corporate takeover between BMW and Volkswagen Group. Both the Arnage and the Silver Seraph were a break in tradition for their respective brands, as they were both powered by BMW engines. The Bentley was the sporting car out of the pair, as it featured further refinement and twin-turbo treatment from Cosworth. The head-turning English coachwork and the German powerplant pair like a fine wine with dessert. Press on the gas pedal and you will see why. 

AZ Exotic Cars’ 2005 Ferrari F430 

This prancing horse is busting out of the stable with technology derived right from Formula 1. The F430 boasts an 8500-rpm limit at 483 hp, and a six-speed ‘F1’ automated manual transmission puts that power to the ground. The electronic rear differential of the F430 can also be traced back to F1, and it is so good that it was banned! Like an F1 car, this Ferrari demands your total attention and concentration. Novice drivers need not apply.  

Daniel’s 2003 Aston Martin DB7 GT 

The DB7 GT was launched in 2002 as a proper send-off to the wildly popular DB7. The GT was a substantially upgraded variant of the V12 Vantage and has gone down in history as the most desirable of the series. Packing distinctive Aston styling, a 435 hp V12, and a six-speed manual transmission, this Aston is the perfect grand tourer. This DB7 is rarest of the bunch being one of 190 produced and only 64 examples imported to the US. 

Mickey’s 2017 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 

Over the years the Mercedes G-class has evolved from an implement of war to an exotic accessory for the rich and famous. This G63 AMG features a hand-built twin-turbo V8 with 563 horses in its stable. Staying true to the G-classes’ military roots, this vehicle is equipped with rugged portal axels giving it an impressive 17.2 inches of ground clearance. Step up into the driver’s seat and you will feel like you are commanding a tank. This super SUV is not for those who shun attention.  

Nir’s 2010 Lotus Evora  

In 2010, Lotus departed their comfort zone of two-seater sports cars to the 2+2 layout of their all-new Evora. This car has 276 hp and a staggering 0-60 mph time of just 4.9 seconds! Engage the Sport mode and you unleash a roaring 7,200 rpm redline. This Evora stands out of the pack as it is the only four-seat mid-engine sports car. Daily driver during the workweek, track weapon on the weekends. This Lotus can do it all


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