Not only are these fighter jets faster and downright more badass than any Ferrari could ever be, but it seems they're more affordable as well.
The American V8 is a well-known automotive legend, but it had various uses in other fields like the Blackbird, as we can see in this video breakdown.
The German Leopard 2 battle tank is one of the toughest and most powerful tanks in the world.
During the 1950s, France developed a ring-wing fighter concept that never saw the light of day. The futuristic aircraft suffers no vortex drag.
The Soviet MiG-23 'Flogger' was designed to replace the MiG-21, but it proved less agile, more costly and less effective than Russia had hoped.
The Chengdu J-20 is China's fastest fighter jet, but how does it compare to American military aircraft?
The F-117 Nighthawk served for 27 years with the US Air Force, but perhaps it's retirement was premature, as the F-117 flies on to this very day.
Convair's remarkable B-58 Hustler was supposed to be a supersonic replacement for the B-52, but its high cost saw it retired after less than 10 years.
The Lockheed SR-71 was the world's most capable spy aircraft, but rising costs, new spy satellites and Pentagon politics were what ended its career.
Boeing's 747 is still one of the world's biggest airliners, but the US Air Force once explored the idea of a 747 aircraft carrier during the Cold War.
Advances in technology mean that several military jets are capable of speeds many would have written off as science fiction – let's take a look.
Iran has amazingly managed to keep a fleet of Grumman F-14 Tomcats in flight, despite the US banning the sale of spare parts for the Tomcats.
Soviet Ekranoplans looked like craft from the future, but these strange military creations never reached their potential and vanished into history.
The fearsome F-22 Raptor is one of the US Air Force's most advanced aircraft, yet thanks to its stealth technology, none have been sold for export.
Douglas' fearsome A-1 Skyraider shot down at least two MiG-17s during the Vietnam War, stunning the North Vietnamese into withdrawing the jets.
The Soviet Beriev VVA-14 was one bizarre looking aircraft, designed to hunt American submarines off the coast of the Soviet Union.