postheadericon 7 Most Amazing Fastest Cars around the World


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These 7 most amazing fastest cars around the world can run with crotch rockets in a race and get over 200 MPH without any hassle. They are in the group of the most advanced road-machines ever made.


1. Bugatti Veyron

This is a car that was premeditated and developed by the Volkswagen Group and produced by Bugatti Automobile S.A.S in Molsheim, France. Having a top speed of 431.072 km/h or 267.856 mph, the Super Sport edition of Bugatti Veyron is the fastest Street-legal production car across the globe. This car was won the Top Gear’s Best Car Driven All Year award in 2005, and was named the Car of the Decade 2000 to 2009 by the BBC TV programme.


The chief designer of veyron was Hartmut Warkuss while Jozef Kaban of Volkswagen designed the exterior of this car, with much of the engineering work being carried out under the auspices of Wolfgang Schreiber (the chief engineer).


2. Koenigsegg Agera R

This car is mid-engine sports car manufactured in 2011 by Koenigsegg – Swedish car manufacturer. It is succeeded Koenigsegg CCXR/CCX and was proclaimed Hyper car of the year 2010 by Top Gear Magazine. The body of Agera R was produced from pre-impregnated Kevlar/carbon fiber with lightweight supports.

It is one of the fastest cars around the world as it reached an amazing speed of 260 MPH. Agera R can travel from 0 to 60 MPH in less than 3 seconds, with more than 1,000 horsepower packed in a 5.0 litre V8 engine.


3. Koenigsegg CCX

This car was revealed in 2006 at the Geneva Motor Show. It was manufactured by Koenigsegg Automobile AB. The project started with the intention of producing a global car, engineered and premeditated to conform to environmental regulations and global safety, particularly to enter the US car market. Koenigsegg CCX can move from 0 to 60 in just 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 245.


4. Jaguar XJ220

This car is just a two-seater supercar manufactured from 1992 to 1994 by Jaguar – British car manufacturer, in conjunction with Tom Walkinshaw Racing (specialist automotive and race engineering company. All through the year 1992, XJ220 held the record of the fastest production car after recording a top speed of 213.1 mph or 343 km/h. To add to its portfolio, this unique looking can has over 500 horsepower and can reach 60 MPH in 3.8 seconds.


5. Lamborghini Aventador

This is another two-seater, two-door sports car that was publicly launched at the Geneva Motor Show by Lamborghini on 28 February 2011. This new development was intended to replace the ten-year old Murcielago. The Lamborghini Aventador was named after a bull that fought courageously in the bull ring of Saragossa, Spain in 1993 in maintaining the Lamborghini tradition.


6. Noble M600

This hand-built British supercar was built in Leicestershire by Noble Automotive. Noble M600 was manufactured from carbon fiber and stainless steel and uses a double turbocharged Volvo V8. The car has attained a speed of 223 MPH and can accelerate 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds. Compared to the other cars, M600 acceleration is quite slow.


7. SSC Aero Ultimate

This car comes with a twin-turbo engine that offers a total of 1,287 horsepower. The Ultimate version got a redesigned front end with carbon-fiber louvers on the side intakes, enhanced aerodynamics and a system referred to as Aero Brake that changed the angle of the rear spoiler during hard braking, when compared to the standard Aero.


This American-built car can climb up to 60 MPH in just 2.7 seconds and has got to a speed of 257 MPH. This car is one of the fastest cars in the world.

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