We live in a supersonic age, where keeping up with the pace of the ever-changing universe is difficult…! Why shouldn’t we get a super-fast vehicle that takes us to our ideal location before we even dreamed of it? According to available figures, the top ten fastest cars in the world in 2021 are listed below. So, take a look at the fastest super-duper vehicles that drive our journeys wild!
1. Saleen S7, 248 miles per hour
The Saleen S7 was designed and manufactured by the American automaker Saleen Automotive Inc. Furthermore, the engine is a product of the small block of the Ford Windsor. This high-performance, man-made American sports car began production in 2000 and ended in 2009. The most powerful version of Saleen S7 Twin Turbo also came in between.
- 7.0 L V8 engine
- Maximum Power: 1,200 hp
- Top speed: 248 miles per hour
- Weight: 4,044 lbs
2. McLaren Speedtail, 250 miles per hour
The Speedtail has a Carbon Fiber McLaren Monocage body construction that is exclusive to the company. This vehicle encircles the McLaren F1-inspired central driving spot. Furthermore, this one of the fastest cars has two extra passenger seats. This car’s special Velocity concept optimizes the powertrain. The Speedtail’s active aerodynamics feature allows for full speed, and riders can lower it by 35mm.
- 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine
- Maximum Power: 750 hp
- Top speed: 250 miles per hour
- Weight: 2,950 lbs
3. Bugatti Veyron, 253.8 miles per hour
The Bugatti Veyron was designed by Bugatti Automobiles SAS. Furthermore, it was designed and built in Germany by Bugatti Engineering GmbH. Its latest model came with a W16 engine. The vehicle is powered by two turbocharged V8 engines. It also has a permanent all-wheel-drive system. At its maximum speed of 253 mph, the Bugatti Veyron uses 47,000 liters of air per minute.
- 8.0 L quad-turbocharged W16 engine
- Maximum Power: 1,200 hp
- Top speed: 253.8 miles per hour
- Weight: 4,044 lbs
4. SSC Ultimate Aero, 256 miles per hour
SSC, an American supercar maker, has announced the end of manufacturing of the long-running Ultimate Aero. Its manufacturer, including Koenigsegg, boasts that the Aero supercar has a projected peak speed of more than 270mph. However, unlike every other Koenigsegg, the 2007 ultimate speed attempt was recognized by the Guinness Book of Records.
- Twin-turbocharged V8 engine
- Maximum Power: 1287 HP
- Top speed: 256 miles per hour
- Performance Time: 0 to 62 mph in 2.7 seconds
- Weight: 2800 lbs
5. Koenigsegg Agera R, 260 miles per hour
Between 2011 and 2014, Swedish carmaker Koenigsegg manufactured the Koenigsegg Agera R. During that time, they produced 18 Agera R models. It also has noticeable carbon on the front bonnet and bumper, a revised Aero exhaust, new front side winglets, and improved engine capacity with a higher RPM cap.
- 5.0L V8, Twin-turbo engine
- Maximum Power: 1,124 bhp at 6,900
- Top speed: 260 miles per hour
- Performance Time: 0–62 mph in 2.8 seconds
- Weight: 3,163 lbs
6. Bugatti Chiron, 261 miles per hour
The CHIRON is the fastest and most powerful two-seater super sports car in Bugatti history. At the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show, Bugatti debuted this limited-edition prototype sports car. Furthermore, the Chiron sports weight is reduced by a firmer frame environment combined with new lightweight parts. As a result, these modules have much better handling and exhilarating agility.
- Quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine
- Maximum Power: 1500 HP
- Cost: $2.6 million
- Top speed: 271 miles per hour
- Weight: 4400 lbs
7. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, 268 miles per hour
It’s no joke that the Bugatti Veyron Sports car is one of the best vehicles on the market. Since it has four turbochargers, it takes ten radiators to keep nice! SuperSport’s smooth and elongated shape is instantly identifiable. Furthermore, instead of bonnet scoops, they use a 16-cylinder engine that is ventilated by two NACA ducts in the frame.
- Turbocharged w16 engine
- Maximum Power: 1200 HP
- Top speed: 268 miles per hour
- Weight: 4044 lbs
8. Hennessey Venom GT, 270 miles per hour
This high-end sports car was designed by Hennessey Performance Engineering in Texas. On January 21, 2013, the Lotus Elise/Exige-based Hennessey Venom GT set an unofficial record for the world’s fastest accelerating road-legal car. It was launched by the manufacturer in 2011, and production continued until 2017. Furthermore, the carbon fiber bodywork and carbon fiber wheels contributed to the car’s curb weight of 2,743 lb.
- Twin-turbocharged 7.0-liter V8 engine
- Maximum Power: 1451 HP
- Top speed: 270 miles per hour
- Performance Time: 0 to 62 mph in 14.51 seconds
- Weight: 2743 lbs
9. Koenigsegg Agera RS, 278 miles per hour
With an average speed of 277.9 mph, the Agera RS, the most powerful version of the Agera, became the world’s fastest car. This mid-engine sports car was built by the Swedish carmaker Koenigsegg. This vehicle also has better side air outlets behind the front wheels, more fuel, and a higher rpm limit.
- 5.0-liter turbo V8 engine
- Maximum Power: 1160 HP
- Top speed: 278 miles per hour
- Performance Time: 0 to 249 mph in 36.44 seconds
- Weight: 3075 lbs
10. Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+, 304 miles per hour
We would need to come up with €3.5 million if we want to purchase this Chiron Super Sport 300+. Bugatti will offer these vehicles to consumers in mid-2021. The Chiron Super Sport 300+ has a maximum speed of 300 mph, but it will have a speed limiter. It also has a dual-clutch, seven-speed all-wheel-drive system.
- 8.0-liter Quad-Turbo W16 Gas engine
- Maximum Power: 1,577 hp @ 7,000 rpm
- Top speed: 304 miles per hour
- Weight: N/A