Top 10 Most Fastest Supercars in the World: Check Out Which is the Fastest Horsepower Beauty?

Acceleration is essential; the ability to accelerate rapidly from 0 to 60 mph is perhaps the most realistic performance standard, given that 60 mph is a typical highway speed.

However, there is no greater final ranking element than top speed, which is the most ridiculous, no-holds-barred statistic a supercar can have. It takes a tremendous amount of engineering ingenuity to create metal (and carbon fiber) pieces that can safely accelerate this swiftly down a strip of asphalt without coming apart.

Here is a ranking Most Fastest Supercars in the World producing automobiles by top speed. Expected automobiles are listed in order from fastest to slowest.

SSC Tuatara

Top Speed

282.9 mph

Engine

1,750 Horsepower

Since at least 2011, we have been hearing about SSC's Tuatara hypercar. The Tuatara, created by the American supercar manufacturer SSC (previously Shelby SuperCars, no relation to Caroll Shelby), not only bested the next fastest supercar on the list but destroyed it (or salt flats, as it were.)

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On October 10, 2020, the SSC Tuatara clocked an average run of 316.11 mph (508.73 kph) to earn the title of the world's fastest production vehicle. It was also the first production car to cross the 500 kph barrier. But the record wasn't legitimate, so they ran again in January 2021, this time achieving 282.9 mph and claiming the title.

The SSC Tuatara is powered by a twin-turbocharged 5.9-liter V8 that generates 1,350 horsepower with ordinary 91 octane gasoline and 1,750 horsepower using E85 fuel.

Koenigsegg Agera RS

Top Speed

277.87 mph

Engine

1,341 Horsepower

The Koenigsegg Agera RS is a form of hybrid vehicle (no, not that kind of hybrid). It is essentially an Agera R with some of the sophisticated technology of the One:1 and Agera S threw in for good measure.

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There were just 25 Agera RS vehicles made. The “standard” Agera RS is powered by a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and generates 1,160 horsepower (on regular pump gasoline, mind you). However, 11 fortunate owners were able to (theoretically) achieve this top speed by selecting the “1MW” special package, which increases the horsepower to 1,341. Midway through 2018, Koenigsegg said goodbye to the Agera with the final two vehicles.

Hennessey Venom GT

Top Speed

270.49 mph

Engine

1,244 Horsepower

This Hennessey supercar from Texas is, to say the least, an astounding machine. The Venom GT, equipped with a twin-turbo 7.0-liter V8 producing a huge 1,244 hp, surpassed the Koenigsegg Agera R as the world's fastest-accelerating production automobile by accelerating from zero to 300 km/h (186 mph) in 13.63 seconds.

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That speed is insane. Not to be outdone by the French, Hennessey's Venom GT surpassed the Veyron's peak speed in Cape Canaveral, Florida's Kennedy Space Center in early 2014.

This beast can accelerate from 0 to 100 mph in 5.6 seconds (a world record) and from 0 to 200 mph in 14.51 seconds (also a world record). Hennessey also says that the Venom GT can achieve a top speed of 278 mph with a bit more room. Let's hope they discover a sufficiently long track.

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Bugatti Chiron

Top Speed

261 mph

Engine

1,479 Horsepower

As a successor to the already-world-record-setting Veyron Super Sport, Bugatti, never one to back down from a speed battle, created the Chiron (below). The Chiron retains the same 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16 engine as the Veyron, but it has been upgraded to generate (considerably) more power.

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However, here is the interesting part. Due to safety concerns, the Bugatti Chiron's top speed of 261 mph is electronically limited. Simply, nobody has created a tyre that can withstand speeds greater than 280 mph. Michelin claims to be working on it, but until tyre technology catches up, do not expect top speeds to exceed 280 miles per hour.

So, how quickly can the Chiron travel? Nobody knows for certain (or dares to test), but the speedometer can reach 500 kilometers per hour (about 311 mph). Since the somewhat less powerful Veyron SS below reached over 268 mph with the speed limits lifted, we'll just pretend the Chiron is officially faster.

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Top Speed

267.81 mph

Engine

1,200 Horsepower

To prevent SSC's Ultimate Aero from keeping Bugatti in second place for too long, the French supercar manufacturer outfitted their former world-record-holding Veyron with larger turbochargers and intercoolers to produce 1,200 horsepower. The Veyron SS retains the same 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16 engine, but it now produces 200 more horsepower.

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To accommodate the increased speed and power, Bugatti had to modify the chassis and suspension. There were just thirty Veyron Super Sport versions made. Electronically limited at 258 mph for production automobiles, the Guinness Book of World Records declared that the peak speed was still valid once the speed limiter was removed. We only wish they had allowed the preceding Chiron to do the same.

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SSC Ultimate Aero TT

Top Speed

256.18 mph

Engine

1,183Horsepower

Shelby SuperCars (SSC) released the Ultimate Aero in 2007, shattering the top speed record of the more expensive Bugatti Veyron. The car in question was a 2007 model; since then, SSC has modified the Aero with a brand-new 1,287-horsepower twin-turbo V8 engine, giving it a theoretical top speed of 290 mph.

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Given a sufficiently lengthy route, according to SSC, the vehicle could reach 270 mph. That would once again break the Veyron's record, so let's see if they ever attempt it.

Koenigsegg CCXR

Top Speed

249 mph

Engine

1,104 Horsepower

The Koenigsegg CCXR is an “environmentally friendly” variant of the CCX. Powered by the same 4.7-liter twin-supercharged V8 engine as the CCX, the engine was upgraded to run on E85 gasoline, increasing horsepower from 795 to 1,044.

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Although the Koenigsegg CCR broke the top speed record on a grossly unfair circular track in 2005, the new CCXR boasts a superior engine, aerodynamics, and well, pretty much everything else. We would love to see the Swedish company test this on the Volkswagen test track, the same track where the Veyron was evaluated (and a straight line, not a circle.)

Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo

Top Speed

248 mph

Engine

750 Horsepower

Saleen's initial vehicle was not based on an existing model, but the unveiling of the S7 supercar in 2000 garnered significant attention. An improved Twin-Turbo variant with 750 horsepower and a top speed of 248 mph arrived shortly thereafter. Saleen offered a competition option that increased horsepower to 1,000, rumored to increase peak speed to 260 mph.

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We may see more of Saleen's supercar in the future if they can regain interest in the S7 and claim a top speed comparable to Bugatti or SSC. The retro-cool 1980s Saleen S5S Raptor Concept was introduced in 2008, but it never went into production.

McLaren F1

Top Speed

240.14 mph

Engine

618 Horsepower

The McLaren F1 debuted in 1993 and remains one of the world's quickest automobiles. It is also one of the most desirable. As this 1995 McLaren F1 road car demonstrates, every F1 manufactured between 1993 and 1998 will fetch a premium price today. During the Gooding & Company's Pebble Beach Auction in August 2021, it fetched a record-breaking price of $20,465,000.

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The number of “firsts” that McLaren introduced to road cars via the F1 is too extensive to enumerate, but suffice it to say that the British manufacturer blasted away the competition at the time. Due to the fact that only 64 models of the road automobile were produced, only a select few will ever have the privilege of driving one. The F1 will remain on the list of all-time greatest automobiles for decades to come, despite no longer being the world's fastest production car.

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Pagani Huayra

Top Speed

238 mph

Engine

720 Horsepower

The Pagani Zonda has been one of our favorite automobiles ever since we first lay eyes on it. Compared to the Zonda, we are not major lovers of Huayra's design (or name), but we must acknowledge that it is an outstanding automobile.

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The Huayra's 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 is sourced from AMG and delivers 720 horsepower. With the assistance of a seven-speed sequential single-clutch transmission, the Huayra can reach 60 mph in only 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 238 mph.

Conclusion

Given how desirable the title “Fastest Car in the World” is, it's not surprising that obtaining it requires a fairly rigorous process, at least if you want it to be legitimate. The de facto “list” is compiled by Guinness World Records, which has specified criteria for consideration.

First, the test must be seen by an impartial third party. Next, the vehicle completes its initial run at the specified spot. Preferably on a long, flat road, such as Volkswagen's private Ehra-Lessien test track in northern Germany. Due to the curvature of the Earth, it is impossible to see the opposite end of this straightaway, which stretches for 5.6 miles.

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