Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport set up a new record of speed for serial cars: 431 km/h! All officially, all by rules: in the presence of representatives of German technical inspection TUV and the Guinness Book of Records factory pilot Pierre Anri Rafanel executed arrivals on proving ground of Ayr-Lessin.
The 9ff GT9-R can reach a speed of 257 mph, and go from 0 to 60 in 2.9 seconds, according to CBS Miami. One sure way to increase speed is to reduce weight. The GT9-R looks like a million bucks on the outside, but with all the amenities stripped from the interior you may be in for a bumpy ride.
Nope, the fastest car in the world for three years in a row was American-made, and it went by the name SSC Ultimate Aero. Sadly, as is true for all good things, the Ultimate Aero’s run as fastest car in the world came to an end in 2010, thanks to Bugatti’s Veyron Super Sport.
The fastest cars in the world include legendary vehicles from the likes of Bugatti and McLaren, along with a few more obscure manufacturers. The fastest cars in the world include legendary vehicles from the likes of Bugatti and McLaren, along with a few more obscure manufacturers.
The fastest car in the world, Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, can reach a speed of 267 mph, and go from 0 to 60 in 2.4 seconds. The Bugatti Veyron tops lists wherever it goes. It comes in a variety of styles, but it's only the Super Sport (which, as its name suggests, is built for pure speed) which makes in on CBS Miami's list of the ten fastest cars in the world.
New York, USA – 28 January 2018 Koenigsegg Automotive will showcase its record-breaking Agera RS as well as the new Regera at the 2018 North York International Auto Show. The display is being coordinated by Koenigsegg’s New York representatives, Manhattan Motor Cars.
Following is the list of 10 best and fastest cars of the world of 2014 model year for sports car enthusiasts. 1. Bugatti Super Veyron. The Bugatti’s Super Veyron will carry the lightweight formula and so it is expected that this car will be 550 pounds lighter than the Bugatti’s Veyron Super Sport.
The Pagani Huayra (Italian pronunciation: ) is an Italian mid-engined sports car produced by Pagani. Succeeding the company's previous offering, the Zonda, it had a base price of €850,000. It is named after Huayra-tata, a Quechua wind god.