1990 Vector W8. Considered to be the first American super car ever produced. Some Gen-X ers might remember it from a few 90’s movies and the tv series “The Flash”. Built by a small American car company that strived to break into the super car league so badly, that they utilized the newest and most advanced aerospace materials in building the W8s, which they said justified applying the term "Aeromotive Engineering. The W8 costs a jaw dropping $448,000 in 1990, but delivered some staggering numbers for the early 90’s, outperforming the fastest Ferraris and Lamborghinis of the era. In 1992 it was declared the fastest production car in the world by Road & Track, but its laurels were soon taken away by the McLaren F1 in 1993. Only 19 Vectors W8 were built, but lack of sales did not permit Vector Aeromotive Corp to live beyond 1993.