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Top 25 fastest production cars

The 25 fastest production cars available today

The Ferrari F40 was the first mass-produced automobile to surpass 200 mph. The quest to join the 300 mph club started as soon as that Italian stallion's speedometer read 201 in the year 1987. The Chiron Super Sport beat the other cars in 2019's fierce rivalry between Koenigsegg, Hennessey, and Bugatti, reaching an astounding 304.7 mph.

New hypercars were announced in the early months of 2020, with several promising speeds of at least 300 mph. Then, this year, SSC North America made a claim come true, securing the SSC Tuatara's position as the second-best car—at least temporarily.

So, we're expanding and upgrading our list of the world's fastest automobiles to include more wheeled lightning. (Three short editor's notes: dubious manufacturer claims are denoted, our highest speed is our only criterion, and our minimum consideration speed is at least 218 mph.)

Porsche 918 Spyder: 218mph

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Porsche slightly exaggerated the top speed of their 918 models when it stated that it was 214 mph. One 918 Spyder was clocked at 218.4 mph in 2018. The hybrid powertrain, which is still the quickest production vehicle the Stuttgart brand has ever made, combines a normally aspirated 4.6-liter V-8 with 599 horsepower and twin electric motors with an additional 282 horsepower to deliver 875 horsepower and an incredible 944 ft-lbs of torque. Read more...

Ferrari Enzo: 218mph

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A naturally aspirated 6.0-liter V-12 engine is used in all 400 of these carbon fiber beauties that left Maranello. The Enzo shredded the quarter-mile in 11 seconds flat with 651 horsepower lurking in that mill and a svelte-for-the-time curb weight of 3,000 pounds, with the potential to go on to 218 mph given enough tarmac. Read more...

Aston Martin one-77: 220mph

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Only 76 of this Aston Martin coupe's limited-edition 77 units are still on the road as a result of an accident in Asia. A Cosworth 7.3-liter V-12 engine with 750 horsepower and 553 ft pounds of torque is located behind the large hood. This accelerates the chassis made of aluminum and carbon fiber from a standstill to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. In 2009, tests conducted by Aston revealed that their steed was capable of 220 mph. Read more...

Rimac Concept_ one: 221mph

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The first road-legal production vehicle to come from Mate Rimac's mind is this stunning beauty from Croatia. The four motors of the totally electric hypercar work together to produce 1,224 horsepower and 1,180 pound-feet of torque. Less than 10 specimens were made, one of which Richard Hammond famously crashed on camera. As a result, it was significant when one was offered for sale in New York City in September 2020 for $1.6 million. Read more...

Pagani Huayra: 238mph

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The Huayra is Horacio Pagani's game-changing successor to the ground-breaking Zonda and is named for the Quechua wind god Huayra-Tata. A Mercedes-AMG V-12 with twin turbochargers produces 720 horsepower, so it makes sense. You can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in under 2.8 seconds with the help of a seven-speed single-clutch transmission that delivers chunky, whiplash-inducing changes. Read more...

Pagani Huayra BC Roadster: 240mph

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The "BC" in this entry's moniker is a tribute to Benny Caiola, an entrepreneur of Italian descent who rose to prominence in the New York real estate market. Horatio Pagani sold the first Zonda to Caiola, who afterward become a close friend. After Pagani left the Geneva International Motor Show with five unsolicited deposits for a more aggressive Huayra Roadster, this generation of the open-top Huayra was released in 2019.

The resulting vehicle has a new Mercedes-AMG twin-turbo V-12 that has been modified to have roughly 7% more power than the BC coupe version. The $3.5 million open-top hypercar should have more than enough power to reach 240 mph thanks to its 791 horsepower output. Read more...

McLaren F1: 240.1mph

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The classic McLaren three-seater was a ground-breaking design by the talented Gordon Murray. It was produced in 1993 and had the world's first carbon fiber body. Its BMW 6.1-liter V-12 engine produced 618 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque.

You received blistering speed in exchange for the then-expensive, now-bargain price of £500,000: zero to 60 mph could be reached in 3.2 seconds, and zero to 100 mph in just 6.3 seconds. Purely mental performance numbers, especially when you consider that the engine is naturally aspirated. The 240.1 mph run, which officially broke the record in 1998, held the crown until the Koenigsegg CCR beat it by 1 mph in 2005. Read more...

Saleen S7 Twin Turbo: 248mph

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This street-legal race car was created by Steve Saleen as part of his quest to create a Bugatti Veyron rival. The Saleen S7 was entirely hand-built and was one of the earliest mid-engined performance vehicles produced in America. The attractive coupe receives 750 hp from a substantially modified 7.0-liter twin-turbo Ford 351 Windsor Small Block after being bored and stroked. Read more...

Koenigsegg CCXR: 249mph

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The 4.7-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine in the CCXR is the same as the one in the CCX, but a Swedish manufacturer modified it to run on E85 race gas, pushing the power from 795 hp to 1,004 hp. It would be interesting to see how the CCXR performs on a genuine top-speed run that is in a straight line rather than on a circular track given its enhanced aerodynamics package and engine (which is how the aforementioned CCR ran). Read more...

Koenigsegg  Gemera: 249mph

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Christian von Koenigsegg, the creator of the Swedish automotive geniuses, refers to the second hypercar on our list as a "mega GT." This is due to the vehicle's 1,700 horsepower, 2,581 ft-lbs of torque, and four seats that were made to accommodate real people. The sprint to 60 mph is over in 1.9 seconds—faster than you can read this phrase. (Thoughtfully, there is room for the storage of one carry-on suitcase per passenger). Read more...

Tesla Roadster: 250mph

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This electric Roadster is a suitable nod to Elon Musk's beginnings, as Tesla was first shown as a coupe. Only he has everything dialed up to 11. Tesla claims the 200 kWh battery pack will provide up to 620 miles of range, and the $200,000+ four-seat supercar will reach 60 mph in 1.9 seconds thanks to a triple of motors. With that speed, you can complete the quarter-mile in just 8.8 seconds. Read more...

Aston Martin Valkyrie: 250mph

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The world gains when engineers from Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing collaborate. The hypercar is known as the Valkyrie, or AM-RB 001 as it was named during development, and has a stunningly crazy appearance. A 6.5-liter Cosworth V-12 behind your seat produces 1,160 hp, which is more than enough to squeeze your internal organs during the 2.3 seconds it takes to accelerate to 60 mph. Additionally, it was recently seen conducting road tests. Read more...

McLaren Speedtail: 250mph

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The rear-wheel-drive Speedtail uses a hybrid powertrain with 1,035 horsepower, and its svelte design and light carbon-fiber construction are specifically engineered for its top speed of 250 mph. This staggering statistic from McLaren states that it will only take 12.8 seconds to accelerate from a complete standstill to 186 mph. Read more...

Bugatti Veyron: 253mph

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The Veyron was introduced by Bugatti in 2005, marking a series of firsts, including the fastest, most potent, and most costly car on the market at the time. A gigantic 8.0-liter W-16 engine located behind your head produces 1,001 hp and a mind-boggling 921 ft-lbs of torque. With it, you can reach 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, 124 mph in just 7.3 seconds, 186 mph in just 16.7 seconds, and, if you have the guts, a top speed of 253 mph. Read more...

SSC Ultimate Aero TT: 256.1mph

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The 2007 Ultimate Aero TT from SSC North America has a certified top speed of 256.18 mph. Since then, numerous people have broken that record, and its successor, the SSC Tuatara, now holds that distinction. But that doesn't diminish the impressiveness of this monster made entirely of carbon fiber.

Twin-turbocharged Corvette C5R V-8 with 1,094 ft-lbs of torque and more than 1,100 horsepower provides the power. Twin air brakes that emerge from the rear wings let the aircraft accelerate to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds and aid in the mission of stopping the land missile. Read more...

Rimac Concept Two: 258mph

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Concept Two (also known as C Two), the second model from the Croatian electric hypercar company, has a lot of lofty promises. The 1,888 horsepower coupe allegedly accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 1.85 seconds, has a top speed of 402 miles per hour, and has successfully completed two laps of the Nürburgring without suffering any performance losses. Read more...

Bugatti Chiron: 261mph

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One owner visited Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds to watch the 1,500 horsepower Chiron reach its highest speed of 261 mph, despite Bugatti executives' claims that they wouldn't perform a top-speed run (instead, they only performed a zero-to-250 mph-to-zero sprint). The 2018 Chiron can likely drive far faster—the speedometer tops out at 310 mph—but the folks at Bugatti attribute the governor's factory installation to tire restrictions. Read more...

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport: 267.8mph

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Here is yet another Bugatti, this one produced in 2010 with the express goal of becoming the fastest production vehicle ever. According to Guinness, the Veyron Super Sport succeeded. Engineers were able to squeeze another 180 horsepower out of the same W-12 power unit, increasing the overall output to 1,184 horsepower. You'll require a second key that grants unrestricted access to the engine to unleash the vehicle's maximum speed capabilityRead more...

Hennessey Venom GT:270.4mph

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As evidence of its obsession with speed and power, John Hennessey's performance division has crammed as much of it as it can into other manufacturers' production vehicles. Then, in 2014, Hennessey created his own supercar, which was equipped with a 7.0-liter twin-turbo GM V-8 that produced 1,244 horsepower and 1,287 ft lbs of torque.

At the 3.2-mile landing strip at the Kennedy Space Center, the Venom hit 270.4 mph, but only in one direction. The Hennessey isn't eligible for official record books because both directions, together with a production volume of 30 or more cars, are necessary for a record-holding run (just 13 Venoms have been sold). The beast has nonetheless hit 270 mph, which is very amazing. Read more...

Koenigsegg Agera RS: 277.8mph

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A Koenigsegg Agera RS was driven by a factory driver to a two-way average speed of 277.8 mph over an 11-mile stretch of closed road in Nevada in November 2017 while using E85 fuel, which meant it was making 1,360 horsepower.

The vehicle, driven by a client who suggested the record attempt, really reached a remarkable 284.5 mph. At the time, it also set records for the flying mile on a public road, the flying kilometer with the highest average speed (268 mph), and the fastest time from zero to 250 mph to zero (33.2 seconds) (276.3 mph). Read more...

Hennessy Venom F5: 300+mph [claimed]

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The Venom F5 from Hennessey Performance Engineering takes over from its elder sibling and sprints ahead. The 2,950-pound coupe accelerates to 60 mph in under two seconds thanks to a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V-8 that produces 1,817 horsepower and 1,193 ft lbs of torque. In case you were curious, its name is a nod to the F5 category of tornadoes, which is the highest level that can be achieved on the Fujita scale. Read more...

Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut: 330+mph [claimed]

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The founder's father is honored by the name of the fourth and last Koenigsegg to appear on the list. The 1,600 horsepower asphalt assaulter from Sweden hasn't been given an official top speed, but the 5.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 theoretically has a top speed of 330 mph. The only stretch of asphalt long enough to accomplish this kind of speed is the 5.4-mile straight at Ehra-Lessen in Germany, but since that is a Volkswagen facility, it seems unlikely that VW would accept a hopeful challenger to break the Chiron's record. Read more...

Devel Sixteen: 347mph [claimed]

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3,000 horsepower in a V-16? It sounds like a fantasy, which may help to explain why Dubai has been working on it for so long. If that's not enough oomph, you can choose a truly insane 5,007 hp version of the Devel Sixteen for more than $2 million. That mill is produced by bolting two LS V-8s together. As that version won't be permitted on public roads, it will only be for dominance on drag strips. Read more...

SSC Tuatara: 282.9mph

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Jerod Shelby, the creator of SSC North America, reportedly averaged 316.11 mph when testing his most recent hypercar in the Nevada desert in October of 2020. However, the internet was dubious and quickly destroyed the data from that session, disproving it.

Shelby relocated to Kennedy Space Center's test facilities in January 2021 for a repeat, carrying plenty of recording equipment and outside observers. During that test, the vehicle reached 286.1 mph on a southbound pass after attaining 279.2 mph on a northbound run. The SSC Tuatara easily surpasses the Koenigsegg Agera RS on this list because of those (certified) performances, which average 282.9 mph. Read more...

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport: 304.7mph

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Bugatti takes the top rank for the world's fastest supercar. 2019 saw Andy Wallace pilot a modified 8.0-liter, quad-turbocharged Chiron Super Sport with 1,600 horsepower around the Ehra-Lessien circuit. The body was lengthened by 10 inches, lowered, and given a new rear aero kit in addition to a new exhaust system. The Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, however, which were x-rayed before installation to guarantee faultless structural integrity, were the true heroes. Read more...

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