The Audi R8 is the most searched supercar on the internet. That’s according to a new study from a British insurance comparison site.
The Audi R8 is on pole. Wanting to find out which were the most popular sports cars on the planet, Confused.com analyzed Google search data over the past 12 months. They thus discovered that it is the Audi R8 which has been searched for 22.53 million times, which is impressive considering that it has been around since 2006 and will not be in production for a very long time. long time. The Lamborghini Urus closely follows the Audi R8 with 20.06 million searches and although it is an SUV and not a supercar, its popularity proves how timely it was for Lamborghini to venture into the world of SUVs.
The BMW i8 with 18.43 million Google searches took third place in the list. A car that we did not expect to find so high in the rankings, even less ahead of the Toyota Supra with 17.26 million searches, the Ford Mustang with 16.65 million, the Nissan GT-R with 15, 54 million, the Porsche 911 with 15.48 million, the Lamborghini Aventador with 11.555 million, the Bugatti Chiron with 10.98 million and the Lamborghini Huracan with 8.4 million Google searches.
What about brands?
Unsurprisingly, Lamborghini turned out to be the most popular supercar producer with over 58,155,700 searches for the brand. This places the Italian firm well ahead of BMW with only 26,753,000 searches and Ferrari with 25,352,990 annual searches on Google. Among the other popular brands, we obviously find Porsche (25,116,590 searches), Audi (22,897,600 searches), Nissan (22,855,000 searches), Ford (22,368,000 searches), McLaren (21,766,800 searches), Bugatti (17,427,000 searches) and Toyota (17,260,000 searches). And you, which one are you most interested in?