£340,000) The Vector W8 is a boutique supercar so outrageous that it's hard to forget. This 1991 Vector W8 Twin Turbo is a single-owner example and has covered only 2,268 miles since new. Name: Vector W8 Debut: 1989 Engine: Twin-Turbo 6.0-liter V8 Specs: 625 Horsepower / 649 pound-feet Price: $445,000+ The W8 was the production version of the Vector W2 prototype that the company demonstrated throughout the 1980s. The W8 had an aluminum honeycomb semi-monocoque, which was very strong and sturdy and was derived from the pioneering Group C racing technology. The interior is reminiscent of an airplane cockpit, with a digital computer screen and numerous instruments highlighted by an Airpath compass and Hobbs hours counter. Vector W8 was essentially a vital upgrade of the Vector’s earlier prototype, which was known as the Vector W2. Specs: 625 bhp / 649 pound-feet. Retail pricing on the Vector W8 was about $450,000 depending on the year of manufacture, but resales in recent years have been all over the board. It was designed by company founder and chief designer Gerald Wiegert while receiving refinements by Vector's head of engineering David Kostka. With so few cars produced, collectors will have to wait for one to become available and then gauge current interest to establish a purchase price. Price: $445,000+ (approx. The Vector W8 is a sports car produced by American automobile manufacturer Vector Aeromotive Corporation from 1989 to 1993.