My original title was "Which supercars will still be talked about in 15-20 years?" but this #$%#ing site kept telling me it was too long. I'm talking about the current selection of supercars, basically anything from this decade as it comes to a close. I got the idea because it seems like the late 80s to early 90s supercars still hold more interest with most people who are into cars than anything since. The supercar generation of the early 2000s seems to be almost out of sight, out of mind. There's plenty of mention of the McLaren F1, F50, F40... but you hardly see anyone still talking about the Carrera GT or Enzo, maybe because they really didn't break new ground as much as offer more refined versions of the existing supercar theme. So out of this generation, which cars really stand out? What's the McLaren F1 of the 2000s? Personally I feel that the Zonda line is the standout here, especially the Zonda F. Now you could argue that like the Carrera GT or Enzo, it's just a more refined version of the same kind of car the F50 was, and it really is. However, it's a car from a small manufacturer with no prior car manufacturing history, it's the brainchild of one man, not a committee, and it takes everything to new levels. The Enzo is like a more powerful F50 with eletronics replacing everything that was manual, and the weight that goes with it. The Zonda F is like a more powerful F50 that's lighter, better finished, and just as involving. Rather than being a refinement on the theme of the 90s supercar, it's more like the ultimate expression of the 90s supercar. Obviously the Veyron has it's place as well, and I'm sure it will still be talked about, just for the sake of being a massive feat of engineering. Setting a lofty goal and a predefined shape, and then using masses of money and know-how to make it happen. Those are my top picks, what are yours?