Cars come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some are simply designed to look good, while others are electric and eco-friendly, and still others are made to satisfy adrenaline junkies.
This article will discuss some of the World’s Fastest Cars automobiles.
Let’s get started.
The Hennessey Venom F5 has been ranked first (301 mph)
This beast has a top speed of 301 miles per hour and still has a very appealing appearance.
It is powered by a twin-turbo v8 engine. The car can accelerate from zero to 249 miles per hour in less than 28 seconds. It generates 1,600 horsepower. We’re all impressed by these numbers on paper, but here’s why the Venom F5 isn’t officially a world record holder.
This car has yet to officially confirm its record with the Guinness Book of World Records, so for the time being, the Koenigsegg Agera RS will remain the fastest car in the world.
We’ve placed the SSC Tuatara in second place by a very small margin (one mile per hour) (300 mph)
SSC (Shelby SuperCars) created this new supercar, which features a powerful supercharged V8 engine that was custom designed by SSC. It has 1,750 horsepower on E85 and approximately 1,350 horsepower on 91-octane petrol. A seven-speed automated transmission transfers this massive power to the rear wheels. The entire vehicle weighs around 2,800 pounds and is said to be more aerodynamic than its competitor, the Venom F5.
Officially first, but third on this list. Why?
The Koenigsegg Agera RS (278 mph) holds the world record for the fastest car, but it’s not at the top of our list.
This is due to the Hennessey Venom F5’s much more impressive statistics, which, if officially confirmed, will vastly outperform the Agera. But, until that happens, the Agera will remain our champion, and even if someone reclaims the throne, it will remain on the list of the world’s fastest cars, at least for the time being.
This supercar set a confirmed speed record of 285 mph on the first run and 271 mph on the second. Then it averaged 278 mph and was officially confirmed as the world record. The fact that the record was set on public roads is even more impressive. The race was held on the highway between Las Vegas and Pahrump.
The legendary Bugatti Veyron Super Sport (268 mph)
We’ve all heard about this vehicle. When Volkswagen purchased Bugatti, they had only one goal in mind. To create the fastest production car possible. Bugatti returned with the Super Sport after their standard Veyron was dethroned by the SSC Ultimate Aero.
The Veyron Super Sport entered the Guinness World Record book as the second-fastest production car at the time, clocking in at 268 miles per hour.
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