Meet The World’s Fastest Super Cars
A super car is defined as a high end sports car that costs about more than $100,000 and because of that, most of the time, only rich people are able to buy and maintain such a luxurious vehicle. Super cars are considered as a status symbol instead of actually being a practical mode of transportation. What make super cars special are their speed, power and head turning abilities.
But if you would compare super cars with one another, most of the time, the comparison would always have to do with speed. How far can that car go? It would be really difficult to find out which car is the fastest in today’s modern age. So to gain a better understanding on ultra fast super cars, here are some of the fastest production road cars in the world in no particular order.
- Ferrari LaFerrari. Ferrari holds a number of fast cars like the speed god that is the Enzo or the new Ferrari 488 GTO, however, in its own way, the LaFerrari exerts its own powerful punch. It is able to accelerate 0-60 mph in just a matter of 3 seconds and 124 in 7 seconds. Dubbed as the successor to the Ferrari Enzo, it is on its way to becoming the fastest road car that Ferrari has ever made.
- Ferrari Enzo. This much celebrated model dominated the world of super cars ten years ago and even up to this day, it is still considered as one of the fastest cars in the world. The Enzo paved the way for the integration of Formula 1 technology. However this car is very difficult to drive and would require a highly skilled driver to operate it.
- McLaren F1. Dubbed as one of the coolest cars ever made and with a speed of 240 mph, this car is McLaren’s first attempt at a super car. The McLaren is known record breaker with a 242 speed with the rev limiter off.
- Hennessey Venom GT.With a speed of 270 mph, this speed demon had dominated the Speed Kings event in 2007.