THE MOST POWERFUL CARS IN THE WORLD
The most powerful cars in the world
today we are giving you the list of the most powerful cars in the world, a list of very powerful cars you can really buy. The Porsche 918, LA Ferrari, McLaren P1 are but three that have long-since sold-out, which is why you won’t find them here. This list is kept for cars available here and now to anyone with sufficient means, so if your favorites isn’t in here – that’s why. You also won’t find tuner cars, because else we’d have to do about a million glides.
- Koenigsegg Regera – 1,479bhp
Possibly Koenigsegg’s masterpiece. We know that it’s only got one gear, and we know that it’s absolutely brilliant at pulverising tyres into the middle of next week. Triumphantly fast and composite, it boasts a very unique power output…
- Bugatti Chiron – 1,479bhp
the exact horsepower figure of the Bugatti Chiron. Witty, that. The heir to the Veyron clearly needed to have more power, and the Chiron has nearly 300bhp more than even the Veyron Super Sport. It’s a splash faster than that Super Veyron, while a Chiron Super Sport is rumored to be in the pipeline to defend the ‘fastest in the world’ crown against any opposition.
- Rimac Concept S – 1,384bhp
Encounter the bigger, racier brother to the Rimac Concept-Underscore-One. And it claims some pretty remarkable numbers from an all-electric drivetrain: 0-62mph takes 2.5 seconds, while 0-124mph is done in 5.6secs. The electric car seemingly has the big Bug pipped to 186mph, getting there in just 13.1 seconds, where the Chiron takes half a second longer. Top speed is another big number: 227mph. Sheesh.
- Nio EP9 – 1,341bhp
In April Nio proclaimed plans to buil ten more EP9s, for £1.4m each. That means 16 total, the first and original six going to early savers in its parent company. Holder of lap records at the Circuit of the Americas and the Nurburgring.
Dodge Demon – 840bhp
World’s fastest car from zero to 60mph (yes, faster than the Chiron and any Tesla you care mention), the fastest-ever invention car over a quarter mile, and the world’s first production car that can pop a legit wheelie if you get the launch right. The big number is 840bhp. For the rest, click on these here words. An honorable mention goes to the 1000bhp Hennessey Exorcist.
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