Which Cars Go 0 to 60 The Fastest

Who doesn’t like blazing fast cars? When you are behind the wheel of one of these beasts, you’re going to be noticed. And if you don’t like being noticed, you can get away from people in a snap. Here we’ve listed out the fastest automobiles on the planet built by some manufacturers that you perhaps have never even heard of. While you would pay a fortune for auto insurance on one, if you like peeling out for a hot getaway, you’re gonna like these!

 

5. McLaren F1

0-60: 3.2 seconds

Top Speed: 240 mph,

As of 2011, the McLaren F1 is the fastest naturally aspirated road car in the world. This is a very rare vehicle, with only 106 of them produced. And this was during a period of time from 1992 to 1998. They are so hard to obtain that one of them was sold at auction in 1998 for over $4 million!

4. Koenigsegg CCX

0-60: 3.2 seconds

Top Speed: 245 mph

The CCX is a mid-engine roadster that may or may not resemble a fighter plane depending on your point of view. It has a 4.7 liter twin supercharged V8 that produces 806 horsepower. The car also has a removable top, but you probably shouldn’t have it off at 245 mph. Just saying.

3. Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo

0-60: 2.8 seconds

Top Speed: 248 mph

Saleen has long been known for creating race versions of cars like the Ford Mustang; the S7 is the only car they have with an original chassis and uses a space frame-type design with aluminum and steel. The car produces 750 hp through its twin turbocharged 7.0 liter engine.

2. SSC Ultimate Aero

0-60: 2.7 seconds

Top Speed: 257 mph

The Aero is built by Shelby SuperCars, which got its start reproducing Lamborghinis and Ferraris. The car has a 6.34 liter V8 that is twin turbocharged, producing a ridiculous 1,287 hp. The car has no electronic aids such as ABS or traction control. It is priced around $650,000.

1. Bugatti Veyron

0-60: 2.5 seconds

Top Speed: 267 mph

Not only is the Veyron the fastest car in the world as recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records, it is also the most expensive at $1,700,000. The car has a quad turbocharged W16 (yup, that’s sixteen cylinders) producing 1001 hp. In order to cool what are essentially two V8 motors, it has ten radiators.

 

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