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The 2012 Summer Olympics are in full swing now and medals are quickly adding up. We started wondering what about the varying cars of the world? There is no auto racing in the Olympics and a love of awesome cars is one thing that is shared throughout the entire world. So why not include them?

Here at Topspeed, we felt it was time to give our 4-wheeled friends a fair chance and display the top supercars from each of the countries participating in the 2012 Summer Games – those that produce supercars. So let’s have a look at what these countries have to offer. You may be surprised to find out what countries produce some awesome supercars and what ones don’t produce any at all.

We stand to learn a lot about the world of supercars while putting this piece together, so we are certain you will learn a ton right along with us.

Click past the jump to read our entire list and check out our full infographic.

One of the fastest car in the world, with a top speed of 252 mph, the Lotec C1000 Lotec C1000 was created to be the fastest individually owned car in the world by an United Arab Emigrates citizen. The car is unique in the world, priced at more than two million dollars, that also makes it the most expensive car in the world. The C1000 is powered by a 5547 cc twin turbo V8 engine developed by Mercedes. Lotec Lotec car developers built its magnificent and unique design. The C stands for for the carbon (...)

First shown in 2001 as a concept car, now ready to hit the road the new german Supercar will have a top speed of 248 mph and a sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds and to 125 mph in 7.8 seconds.


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