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Automotive excellence can be measured in many different ways, though, the one people genuinely reckon the most is the top speed. How fast the car can go is truly what modern car aficionados secretly care about. Top manufacturers have to put in huge development budgets at building such fiercely powerful supercars in recent years.

The prestige of building world’s fastest cars is all about punching through the barriers of how far a road car can push you when it comes to outright speed, though, these cars do not come nowhere cheap.

For an average driver, the intent of touching 200mph in a road car might prove to be a crazy idea, however, these supercars can blow you at rumbling speeds more uniquely associated with jet aircraft, though, and you are not legally permitted to drive a car at such outrageous speeds on road.

Bughati, Porsche, Ferrari, McLaren, Lamborghini, etc, are some unique names that hit everybody’s mind when it comes to the fastest road cars, though, this year’s list has some new names on the top ranks.

Acknowledged as legitimate by the various automotive groups and sanctioning units, these are the fastest production hypercars in the world that are authorized to sport a license plate.


Hennessey Venom GT (270 mph)

Hennessey Venom GT

Manufactured by Texas-based Hennessey Performance Engineering and assembled in England, the Venom GT is based on the Lotus Exige at a price tag of $1.25M. Powered by twin turbocharged 427 cu in 7.0 L V8 GM LSX engine, this supercar generates 1,244 bhp (928 kW; 1,261 PS) of power at 6,600 rpm. The Venom GT hit a recorded top speed of 270.49 mph (435.31 km/h) when performed a run at the Kennedy Space Center on February 14, 2014, at only one direction. However, it was not considered legitimate by the Guinness World Records as the top speed for a production car because record attempts usually require two runs done in opposite direction.

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