Top 10 Fastest Cars in the World 2021 – New World Record
There are many ways to crown the king of automobile, Speed is a MUST as criteria. To determine Exotic Supercars, beasts on road are expected to move with speed of light…lol! not just the sexy body and fancy interiors.
Checkout the latest list of fastest cars in the world 2020 below
10. Saleen S7 Twin Turbo
Saleen S7 Twin Turbo was designed and built by Saleen Automotive Inc. The first fully proprietary car produced by Saleen and it became America’s third mid-engine production supercar coming after the Vector W8 and M12. The S7 debuted on August 19, 2000 at the Monterey Historic Races. In 2005, the S7 gained a more powerful twin-turbo powerplant which boosted engine power to 750 horsepower (559 kW) and top speed to 248 mph (399 km/h). The 850HP output is also a cool 300 up on the Ford’s, and about 300-pounds lights as well.
The entire body was made of Carbon Fiber with the use of scoops, spoilers, and other aerodynamic features to create Split Channel airflow throughout the car, and at 160 mph (257 km/h), the car creates its own weight in downforce.
9. Tesla Roadster
A lightweight, removable Glass Roof, convertible Supercar claims to be the quickest car in the world by its producer, with record-setting acceleration, range and performance. Designed for Performance and Aero Efficiency, Roadster maximizes the potential of aerodynamic engineering. Unveiled November 16, 2017
The Tesla Roadster is a battery electric vehicle (BEV) sports car, based on the Lotus Elise chassis, that was produced by the electric car firm Tesla, Inc. in California from 2008 to 2012. The Roadster was the first highway legal serial production all-electric car to use lithium-ion battery cells and the first production all-electric car to travel more than 320 kilometres (200 mi) per charge. It is also the first production car to be launched into orbit, carried by a Falcon Heavy rocket in a test flight on February 6, 2018.
8. Lykan Fenyr SuperSport
Fenyr SuperSport is a Lebanese limited production sports car built by W Motors, a United Arab Emirates based company. It was unveiled at the 2015 Dubai Motor Show. The name of the car, Fenyr, comes from the word Fenrir, the name of a monstrous wolf in Norse mythology. The production of the car is planned to be up to 25 units per year, an increase from the limited 7-car total production run of its predecessor.The price of the Fenyr SuperSport is expected to start at US$1.9 million.
The manufacturer claims a top speed of 394 km/h (245 mph) for the Fenyr SuperSport. The car has a claimed 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration time of 2.7 seconds. This is at least 5 km/h (3 mph) faster and 0.1 seconds quicker than the claimed figures for the Lykan HyperSport. It’s equipped with Porsche’s 7-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission. The transmission is paired with a limited-slip differential and is mounted transversely at the rear of the vehicle transferring power to the rear wheels.
7. Koenigsegg Regera
The Koenigsegg Regera is a limited production, plug-in hybrid sports car manufactured by Swedish automotive manufacturer Koenigsegg. It was unveiled at the March 2015 Geneva Motor Show. As of September 2018, 20 units have been built of a total of 80, all of which have been sold, with a starting cost of approximately US$2.2 million each.
Regera combines a powerful twin-turbo V8 combustion engine with three electric motors and cutting edge battery power via new powertrain technology called Koenigsegg Direct Drive. This revolutionary technology removes the traditional gearbox, making the car lighter and more efficient. It’s comparatively light and can still perform competitively around a race circuit. It does 3.2 seconds between 150 to 250 km/h and under 20 seconds from 0 to 400 km/h. The only Hypercar/Megacar that we think could possibly be faster around a circuit is another Koenigsegg.
It produces a reported total of 1,822 PS (1,340 kW; 1,797 hp) through a hybrid powertrain. As in general, the Regera’s internal combustion engine (ICE) produces its greatest power only at high RPMs; however, due to the fixed gear, this corresponds to very high speeds. Power at low speeds is filled in by the electric motors, giving a maximum combined mechanical output of 1,500 PS (1,100 kW; 1,500 hp) and 2,000 N⋅m (1,475 lb⋅ft) of torque.
6. Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale
Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4, a mid-engined sports car, designed and developed in Germany by the Volkswagen Group and manufactured by Bugatti. It was named after the racing driver Pierre Veyron. The Super Sport version of the Veyron is recognised by Guinness World Records as the fastest street-legal production car in the world, with a top speed of 431.072 km/h (267.856 mph). The roadster Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse version was the fastest roadster in the world, reaching an averaged top speed of 408.84 km/h (254.04 mph) in a test on 6 April, 2013.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is a targa top version of the Veyron Super Sport. It produces a maximum output of 1,200 PS (880 kW; 1,200 bhp) at 6,400 rpm and a maximum torque of 1,500 N⋅m (1,100 lb⋅ft) at 3,000–5,000 rpm. These figures allow the car to accelerate from a stand still to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.6 seconds. On normal roads, the Vitesse is electronically limited to 375 km/h (233 mph).
The vehicle was first unveiled at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show and later appeared at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show and the 2012 São Paulo Motor Show.
The Base price of the Vitesse is €1.69 million (without tax and transportation), with the car shown at the Geneva Motor Showcosting €1.79 million and the car shown at the São Paulo Motor Show costing €1.9 million.
5. Hennessey Venom GT
The Hennessey Venom GT is a high performance sports car manufactured by Texas-based Hennessey Performance Engineering. The Venom GT is based on the Lotus Elise/Exige.
Venom GT set a Guinness World Record for the fastest road legal car from 0–186 mph (0–300 km/h) with an average acceleration time of 13.63 seconds. In addition, the car set an unofficial record for 0–200 mph (0–322 km/h) acceleration at 14.51 seconds, beating the Koenigsegg Agera R’s time of 17.68 seconds, making it the unofficial fastest accelerating road legal car in the world.
In 2014 the Kennedy Space Center’s 3.22-mile (5.2 km) shuttle landing strip in Florida, the Hennessey team recorded a top speed of 270.49 mph (435.31 km/h) in an extremely limited distance of 2.3 miles (3.7 km) with the Director of Miller Motorsport Park, Brian Smith driving the car. As the run was in a single direction, and only 13 cars have been sold to date (to qualify for Guinness World Records Hennessey must build 30), it does not qualify as the world’s fastest production car in the Guinness Book of Records.The driver, Brian Smith, said that it could go 5–10 mph (10–15 km/h) faster than the recorded 270.49 mph if they had more distance to run on.
4. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport is a faster, more powerful version of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4. Production is limited to 30 units. 1,200 hp, a maximum torque of 1,500 Nm, acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 415 km/h – these were the performance specs that amazed and inspired experts and car fans throughout the world when this supercar was launched in 2010.
But that was not all. The same year, the Super Sport fulfilled the strict requirements of Guinness World Records and set a new world speed record for road cars of 431.072 km/h. Despite numerous attempts to dethrone the Super Sport from its status as the fastest production supercar, the Bugatti remains unbeaten to this day.
The Veyron 16.4 Super Sport is completely sold out.
3. Koenigsegg Agera RS
The Koenigsegg Agera RS was unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, along with the prototype version of the Koenigsegg Regera which made our Number 7 on this list. The Agera RS is an advanced version of the Agera R. The Agera RS produces 450 kg of downforce at 250 km/h. The 5.0-litre V8 engine now produces 865 kW (1,160 hp) on regular pump gasoline. The optional 1-megawatt package increases the engine’s power to 1,000 kW (1,341 bhp). The Agera RS is limited to 25 units. Each Agera RS can be fully customized by its owner.
Agera RS enhancements include: advanced lightweight sound insulation, an all-new front splitter optimized for the track, front winglets, side skirts, advanced dynamic underbody flap system and a dynamically active rear spoiler for added down force. The RS also features improved side air outlets behind the front wheels, increased power and a raised rpm limit.
The last Agera RS rolled off the production line on 4 April 2018.
2. Bugatti Chiron
The Bugatti Chiron is a mid-engined two-seater sports car developed and manufactured in Molsheim, France, by Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. as the successor to the Bugatti Veyron. The Chiron was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show on March 1, 2016. The car is based on the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo concept car.
The car is named after the Monegasque driver Louis Chiron. The car shares the name with the 1999 Bugatti 18/3 Chiron concept car.
The CHIRON is the fastest, most powerful, and exclusive production super sports car in BUGATTI’s history. Its sophisticated design, innovative technology, and iconic, performance-oriented form make it a unique masterpiece of art, form and technique, that pushes boundaries beyond imagination.
The main carryover component from the Veyron is the 7,993 cc (8.0 L) quad-turbocharged W16 engine, though it is heavily updated. The engine in the Chiron has a peak power output of 1,103 kW (1,500 PS; 1,479 hp) at 6,700 rpm and 1,600 N⋅m (1,180 lb⋅ft) of torque starting from 2,000 to 6,000 rpm. Its predecessor, the Veyron Super Sport produces 220 kW (299 PS; 295 bhp) less than the new Chiron, while the original Veyron produces 367 kW (499 PS; 492 hp) less power.
Like its predecessor, the Veyron, the Chiron utilises a carbon fibre body structure, independent suspension and a HaldexAll-wheel drive system. The carbon fibre body has a stiffness of 50,000 Nm per degree.
The Chiron can accelerate from 0–97 km/h (0–60 mph) in 2.4 seconds according to the manufacturer, 0–200 km/h (0–124 mph) in 6.5 seconds and 0–300 km/h (0–186 mph) in 13.6 seconds. In a world-record-setting test, the Chiron reached 400 km/h (249 mph) in 32.6 seconds, after which it needed 9.4 seconds to brake to standstill.
The Chiron’s top speed is electronically limited to 420 km/h (261 mph) for safety reasons, mainly arising from the tyres as the manufacturer concluded that no tyre currently manufactured would be able to handle the stress at the top speed the Chiron is capable of achieving.
1. Hennessey Venom F5
- 7.4-liter twin turbo V8 engine
- Maximum Power: 1600 HP
- Maximum Torque: 1300 lb-feet at 4400 rpm
- Top speed: 301 miles per hour
- Performance Time: 0 to 60 mph in 2.0 seconds
- Weight: 2950 lbs
- Carbon fiber body coatings
The Hennessey Venom F5 is an upcoming American high-performance sports car manufactured by the newly found vehicle-manufacturing company Hennessey Special Vehicles which was established in 2017.The Venom F5 will be the first vehicle to be developed and manufactured in-house from the company including the chassis, body work, engine and exhaust system developed by the company along with other bespoke components.
The F5 name is a reference to the F5 tornado, the fastest in the Fujita scale, reaching as high as 261–318 mph (420–512 km/h).
Hennessey Venom F5 was first unveiled at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, on November 1, 2017, with high expectations of its intended world-beating speed record. With the Venom F5, Hennessey intends to set a new benchmark in the world of high performance cars.
Venom F5 powered by a completely bespoke and proprietary 7.4 L twin-turbocharged V8 engine, later it was revealed that while being still in development, the engine is to have an even larger capacity of 8.0 liters but the final displacement of the engine was revealed to be 7.6 liters. The engine is estimated to produce 1,600 hp (1,193 kW; 1,622 PS) and 1,300 lb⋅ft (1,763 N⋅m) of torque. Pennzoil and Shell are partners with Hennessey to help fund the 301 mph (484 km/h) record attempt. The top speed is claimed to be 301 mph (484 km/h) through a V-MAX speed-tracking system. Hennessey predicts the car will accelerate from 0–186 mph (0–300 km/h) in a time of under 10 seconds and from 0–249 mph (0–400 km/h) in a time of under 30 seconds.
The available transmissions will be a 7-speed single-clutch semi-automatic transmission with paddle shifters, driving the rear wheels, making the car rear-wheel drive along with a 6-speed manual transmission, both transmissions being offered as an option to customers.
The chassis and body will be made almost entirely of carbon fiber. Active aerodynamics are now paired with the body, a first for Hennessey. The weight reportedly stands at 2,950 lb (1,338 kg) with fluids, setting the power-to-weight ratio at 1,196 hp per ton.The brakes are from Brembo, and the tires provided are Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires offering high grip and rigidity.
With all these outstanding specifications and features, Hennessey Venom F5 made it way to No. 1 on our list of fastest cars in the world 2021. We hope you enjoyed the list. What do you think of these cars or you’ve got opinion on cars we should checkout for? Let’s get your feedback at comment section. Do NOT forget to subscribe for more updates.