Some Le Mans GTE race cars which we wish existed!

The 84th Le Mans 24-hour endurance race had already reached its final destination but there are few cars that would have looked great if they were a part of it.

The first one is the amazing Porsche 918 Spyder dressed in a Martini livery with a heavily modified body and rear wing which looks prominent.

Stuttgart’s supercar with a Gulf livery would just look cool. Then comes with Audi RS7 Sportback with a rocking set of side exhausts and an aggressive aero package with beefier splitters and front canards.

The auxiliary front lights with the grille are meant to provide illumination during dark and the hood vents cool down the biturbo 4.0-liter V8 engine.

The Mazda RX-Vision concept with a race car body makes it more alluring and desirable. The green and orange finish has been inspired by the Renown livery of the No. 55 Mazdaspeed 787B.

Another dream car imagined as a GTE fighter is the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 with a British Racing Green finish and a wide body to add to its muscular look.

It seems it can lead the pack at Circuit de la Sarthe for 24 hours and continue to do endless laps of the 13.6-km track.

Aston Martin’s DB11 from U.K with a Gulf blue and orange livery on its modified body and a hardcore look also stands in the cue of re-imagined race cars. This has got aero bits and pieces for a quick ride of the legendary track.

Another one is Ford Mustang from the United States which seems to be an incarnation of the pony car. But the one that stands out among all the above cars is the Morgan Three Wheeler with upgraded biturbo 3.8-liter V6 engine from the Nissan GT-R. This experimental race car is found to be suitable for Garage 56.

The BMW i8 seems to be a future car with its wedge-shaped body which gives it an interesting look. It has an ultra-frugal powertrain and a low drag coefficient which keeps it ahead of its competitors. The McLaren F1 GTR LT has got the attractive FINA livery and an extended rear spoiler which makes the car stick to the road while the high-speed cornering and the beefier vents which helped to cool the internals.

Another hypothetical race car is the Jaguar F-Type with a Silk Cut livery which is otherwise not possible in real life. The power that the supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine delivers is the perfect match for the aggressive body of the car and giving a tough competition to the opponents.

Source: carwow.co.uk