The Top 10 Fastest Cars in 2018

January 4, 2018

Ever since the first car was invented it amazed people back then, and the auto industry grew over time. One aspect that constantly and rapidly changed each year was how fast and powerful cars became as technology progressed. Today, it’s the same case, and every year new cars are unveiled. However, these new vehicles eventually become old over time and are eventually outclassed by their successors and this year is no different. From various sources, a list of presenting the top 10 fastest cars is in order. They maybe classics among car enthusiasts or maybe new cars which may even surprise them. So, fasten up your seatbelts and take a look at these fantastic cars.

Hennessey Venom F5

This car is quite powerful and has a hefty speed of 301 mph. Hennessy Special Vehicles, a Texas-based automaker is a proud company that produced these wonderful and majestic beauties.

 

Koenigsegg Agera R

Next up, we have the KoeniggsAgera R. The company that produces these cars are renowned for their sleek designs and these fiery vehicles can reach a speed of 273 mph. It even has a great and sleek design that can attract anyone.

 

Bugatti Chiron

Bugatti, an Italian automaker, is known to make expensive cars and this is one is no exception but still possesses great speed. At a whooping 271 mph, it is quite the sight to behold. Like the Hennessy Venom, it looks great and sleek and could make any sports enthusiast proud.

 

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Fourth in this list is another Bugatti. Unlike its faster cousin, it is not as fast but still can deliver quite the punch. It has a speed of 268 mph which is still quite the feat. For Bugatti fans, this would be considered the less expensive option but still an attractive one regardless.

 

9FF GT9-R

Proudly made in Germany, this car is meant for speed. The Germans, given their reputation for producing high quality and great luxury cars with sound engineering, it comes as no surprise. Its speed is around 257 mph, and with its light design, it will please any fan of German supercars.

 

Koenigsegg Regera

Another famous and interesting car by Koeniggs. This bad boy also packs a punch though it is not like its cousin, the Agera R. At an impressive speed of 255 mph, it still can compete against the next four cars after its list. If a person cannot get an Agera R, they can least buy a Regera and still get a supercar from their favorite company.

 

Saleen S7 Twin Turbo

In 7th place, we have the Saleen S7 Twin Turbo. It has a sleek and pleasing design the compensates for its speed.  Nonetheless, it is considered a legend among its fans since it was one of the best cars that the United States had to offer. Its speed ranges from 248-250 mph, it shows some variation, but it is still a great car to consider.

 

Lykan Fenyr SuperSport

In 8th place, we have the Lykan Fenyr SuperSport. Taking wolfish inspiration from wolves, the car does have a speed that can be compared to a wolf. Even better with the middle name Fenyr, one can clearly see the inspiration it takes from Norse mythology as well. At 245 mph, it still is quite fast and is a great choice especially for those who like the aesthetic and the brand as well.

 

McLaren F1

 

In 9th place, we have the McLaren F1 which has been manufactured in Britain. A list cannot be completed without a well made English supercar in the mix. Britain was one of the first countries that started to industrialize back then. Given Britain’s history, it is not surprising to see a well made and decent supercar with a high speed. Its speed is around 240 mph and is still a great choice especially for English supercar enthusiasts.

 

 

Pagani Huayra

In the last place, we have another Italian car in the fold. The Pagani Huayra though in the last place is still a great choice. Its aesthetics are great and fierce to the point that it has been called the “God of the Winds.” At 230 mph, though not as fast as the other cars, it still a great car to revered and respected. It is indeed a god of cars in its own right among the place it hails from which is Pagani, Italy. So, it would be a respectable choice among Italian car fans.

Above is a selection of very expensive cars, some of which you can buy on some of the best online car buying sites, while others you have to look for at specialized dealership. If there is no such in your city, you can use a car shipping calculator to estimate the cost of delivery to your driveway.