If you’re idea of popularity is whatever celebrity, brand or product has the most search engine hits, then working out 2019’s most sought-after supercar is pretty straight forward.
According to Veygo, who looked at supercar models released in the past 10 years and ran all the names through a keyword explorer tool, the nameplate that came out on top in 95 of 169 countries was none other than the Audi R8, edging out the likes of the Bugatti Chiron and Lamborghini Aventador.
The R8 amassed a total of 939,870 searches, whereas the second-place Bugatti Chiron only got 701,140. Afterwards, it looked like this: Lamborghini Aventador (562,770), Bugatti Veyron (443,410), Lamborghini Huracan (384,270), Lamborghini Veneno (371,570), McLaren 675LT (368,810), Ford GT (313,380) and the Ferrari 458 (256,590).
The list goes on for another 46 spots, which you can see in detail right here. Curiously, the likes of the Nissan 370Z and Toyota GT86 are also on there, which is a little weird since they are sports cars by definition, not supercars. Also, there’s no mention of the Porsche 911, although the 718 Boxster and 918 Spyder both made the cut.
It’s also interesting how the most popular models are all owned by the VW Group, with only a few exceptions within the Top 10, like the 675LT, Ford GT or the Ferrari 458.
Check out the graphic below and tell us if you agree with whichever model was looked up the most online in your specific country.