Iconic Cars 1: Supercar/Sports car Edition Quiz

(Expensive Car Quiz #18) Name these iconic supercars/sport cars throughout history based on the clue.
Production cars only.
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Last updated: May 14, 2014
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Iconic Supercar
Named after the company's founder.
Ferrari Enzo
Special variants include: Pegaso, Soleil de Nuit, & Meo Costantini Edition.
Bugatti Veyron
4 time consecutive Le Mans winner and resurrected in 2005.
Ford GT40
2006 concept car created commorating the 40th Anniversary of 1966 Geneva debut of this car.
Lamborghini Miura
Remains the fastest naturally aspirated supercar.
McLaren F1
1960s American icon. Company's founder personal car sold for $5 million at Barrett-Jackson in 2007.
Shelby Cobra
Famous for it's gull wing doors.
Mercedes-Benz 300SL
Pininfarina designed Japanese icon.
Honda/Acura NSX
A racing game developed by Core Design for Commodore Amiga and Sega Mega-CD features this British supercar.
Jaguar XJ220
German supercar built to compete in the BPR Global GT Series (FIA GT Championship).
Porsche 911 GT1 Straßenversion
British supercar with limited production of 77 units.
Aston Martin One-77
Famous for its Dihedral Synchro-Helix Actuation Door System. Named after the Swedish word to "to act” or "to take action".
Koenigsegg Agera
Sister car to Ferrari's flagship supercar.
Maserati MC12
Special editions throughout its 5 generations include: Evolution Imola Individual, CSL, and Lime Rock Park Edition,
Time travel at 88MPH.
DeLorean DMC-12
Iconic Supercar
Are valued upwards of an estimated $50 million as 2013.
Ferrari 250 GTO
Italian sports car using an American engine
De Tomaso Pantera
The Sterling Moss cars were only offered to owners of this German car.
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
German WRC victor. Featured in Ashes to Ashes TV series.
Audi Quattro
Holds the fastest Nürburgring lap for a Japanese production car.
Nissan GTR
The Hennessey Venom GT is based on this car.
Lotus Exige
American icon by General Motors.
Chevrolet Corvette
James Bond Goldfinger movie car.
Aston Martin DB5
Named after a type of snake.
Dodge Viper (SRT Viper)
Variants include: Speedster, RS, and Slantnose.
Porsche 911
Famous for it's doors sliding down into door sills.
A convertible version specifically built for the James Bond movie You Only Live Twice.
Toyota 2000GT
First car built by the Italian raging bull.
Lamborghini 350GT
First supercar by this Japanese-American and is the second model in their F marque.
Lexus LFA
Last car personally approved by Enzo Ferrari.
Ferrari F40
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