Dark, pitch-black, coal-black, jet-black, charcoal, and licorice. What do all of these have in common other than depressing and miserable? They all look absolutely stunning on super cars because what looks better on a V10 600+ horsepower supercar with a price tag that hurts more than a papercut than black? It may not be the ideal color for a car if you're driving it un a 60ºC burning sun but when the night rises and you drive your two-door Italian machine, life cannot get any better. WARNING: The following list contains material which may be too good to be true.
Bugatti Veyron Super Sport
The fastest car in the world would even look attractive in a flamboyant shade of pink.
My personal favorite of the list. When Lamborghini revealed the mighty 12-cylinder Aventador, I was in awe of how Lamborghini develop a 10/10 supercar every time around. Christian Bale did it well in Batman.
Aston Martin Rapide S
The first luxury 4-door family car from Aston Martin, the Rapide not only drives as smooth as a baby's bottom but looks like a five-star invention for years to come.
Mercedes SLS AMG
Looks Italian, drives German, and sounds American. The SLS AMG has so much to show off and with all of that, having in black is the cherry on top.
Rolls Royce Wraith
Pure luxury, pure class, pure elegance, and pure English.
Another English car that isn't so popular (nonexistent) in our region, Lotus always had fast cars with great handling that also look quite acceptable in black.
After the McLaren F1, no one thought the successor would be as successful and marvelous, especially in black.
A black R8? Yes please.
A rare supercar on the road unless you're a footballer or Jeremy Clarkson. Still cannot pronounce it but who cares?
Some American muscle for all you muscle car fans. A 5.0 V8 monster in black. Sounds like the perfect fairytale.
– Adnan Al-Timimi
Images: Audi, McLaren, Ford, Aston Martin, Bugatti, Koenigsegg, Rolls Royce, Lotus, Mercedes, Car and Driver.