Top 10 fastest cars in the world
The SSC Tuatara supposedly hit a high speed of 331 mph, which would have made it the fastest car in the world by a long shot.
The standard Bugatti Chiron is already among the fastest cars in the world with a top speed of around 261 mph, but the French firm wanted to set a new record.
The most powerful version of the Agera, the Agera RS, became the world’s fastest car on November 2017, when Koenigsegg hit an average speed of 277.9 mph.
The Venom GT was introduced in 2011 and remained in production until 2017. The Venom GT hit its highest top speed in February 2014, when it reached 270.4 mph
The Bugatti Veyron may be 16 years old as of 2021, but it’s still among the fastest supercars ever built. Record set by Bugatti in 2010 places the Veyron in fourth place with a top speed of 267.8 mph.
The standard Bugatti Chiron made it on our list as one of four Bugattis. Introduced in 2016 as a replacement for the Veyron. The Chiron’s top speed is officially limited to 261 mph.
KOENIGSEGG AGERA R: 260 MPH. The Agera R was nearly as fast as the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport at 260 mph.
The SSC Ultimate Aero is the car that briefly stole the record from the Bugatti Veyron. The Ultimate Aero hit a top speed of 256.1 mph and held the record until 2010.
The fourth Bugatti on our list, the standard Veyron, is the first production car that surpassed the 250-mph mark.
One of the newest cars on our list, the McLaren Speedtail, was introduced in 2019, and it’s considered a spiritual successor to the iconic F1.