The fastest cars are still unique at this time and are they the Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing or perhaps a Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta Boxer? These are some of the most iconic sports cars in history. They’ve become symbols of status and style. Let’s take a look at the top ten fastest cars in the world today.
Porsche 911 Turbo S – 515.6 km/h (331 mph)
The new 911 Turbo S features an extensive package of performance upgrades that include larger air intakes, more powerful turbochargers, retuned suspension settings, and an improved braking system. This allows for quicker lap times around the Nurburgring than any other 991-generation vehicle. Its top speed of 515.6 km per hour (331 miles per hour) also makes it one of the fastest vehicles on Earth.
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ – 522.1 km/h (336 mph)
Lamborghini has taken their supercar concept to the next level with the Aventador SVJ. Packed with state-of-the-art technology, this is Lamborghini’s first production model in five years and its second quickest road-going car behind the Huracan Performante.
Koenigsegg Regera – 530.2 km/h (341 mph)
Fully loaded, the new Koenigsegg Regan hits 540km/h (342mph) which is nearly 10km/h faster than its predecessor! It features a full carbon fiber monocoque chassis with front and rear double wishbones, track width adjustable coilovers, electronic differential locking, and Brembo brakes. An electric power steering system helps give the driver precise feedback while brake force can control a paddle shifter on the center console.
Pagani Huayra BC – 555.5 km/h (345 mph)
To create the ultimate driving experience, Pagani only offers two models each year: La Divina (“The Divine”) and La Divina Urraconinga (“Divine Urracan”). The latter adds extra carbon fiber elements to the exterior along with upgraded Alcantara upholstery and 19-inch diamond forged alloy wheels.
Bugatti Chiron Vitesse – 602.6 km/h / 385 mph
Bugatti has created something very special with the Chiron. For one thing, it looks stunning on the outside. But what sets the Chiron apart from all other Bugattis is its incredible power of 600 hp. To put this into context, Bugatti claims that the Chiron does 0-60 mph in 2.6 seconds. That means for every 1 second you drive away, you travel 97 meters (328 feet). Now THAT’S going somewhere!
Ford GT – 650 km/h (404 mph)
The Ford GT was introduced at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit as a 2017 model. It is the third generation of the Mustang-based race car. Produced by Ford Special Vehicle Operations (SVO), about 400 examples were produced for customer racing teams across the globe. Each unit came equipped with numerous unique customizations such as different color finishes; the use of lightweight materials like carbon fiber, aluminum, and titanium instead of steel; composite enclosures; and the introduction of active aerodynamics. Customers could have their choice between a naturally aspirated V8 engine producing 425 horsepower, or a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter EcoBoost V8 making anywhere from 550 to 700 horsepower. Both feature an 800-horsepower peak, but the base model comes with a lesser output version.
Fisker Karma – 714 km/h (442 mph)
The Fisker Karma EV is one of Tesla Motors’ high-end electric luxury SUVs that competes with similarly priced German brands like the BMW X5M and Audi Q7 M8. It was previewed in 2013 before being officially unveiled in 2014. Delayed out of production since September 2016, the company plans to resume deliveries in April 2017. With a starting price of $103,000, Karma is not meant to compete with lower-priced mass-market EVs like Nissan Leaf or Chevrolet Bolt due to its higher performance figures. However, it’s possible that Karma could succeed if the company manages to produce more affordable cars down the line. With a top speed of over 450 kilometers per hour (280 miles per hour), the Fisker Karma is currently the fastest production vehicle in the world.
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