Top 10 fastest cars in the world
Top 10 fastest cars in the world


 Top 10 fastest cars in the world

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Top speed is one of the most important features of cars that everyone is looking for, especially supercars, which are characterized by standard specifications that make them at the forefront of the public's concerns and those looking for everything special from car enthusiasts.
The first car in history to set a recognized top speed record was the Benz Patent-motorwagen, which recorded a top speed of 12 miles, or about 19 km/h, in 1898, and it held the title of the fastest car in the world for more than Half a century back then. In the following lines, we review the 10 fastest cars in the world for 2021, according to the official maximum speed for each car, cursed by the car manufacturer. SSC Tuatara The Tuatara occupies the list of the fastest cars in the world, with an officially registered speed of 316 mph, or approximately 508 km / h, and it is powered by a 5.9-liter twin-turbocharged 8-cylinder engine, generating 1750 horsepower and 1735 Nm of torque. Its price is currently 1.6 million dollars, approximately 25 million and 140 thousand pounds, excluding customs or taxes, and only 100 copies of the car are scheduled to be produced. Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ comes in second place, with a top speed of 304 miles, 489 km/h, and is powered by an 8.0-liter 16-cylinder W-shaped engine with 4 turbos, generating 1578 horsepower and 1600 Nm of torque. Its official price is 3.8 million dollars, 59 million and 700 thousand Egyptian pounds, excluding customs or taxes, and only 30 copies of the car were produced. Koenigsegg Agera RS In third place is the Koenigsegg Agera RS, with a top speed of 477 km / h, and is powered by a 5.0-liter, 8-cylinder twin-turbo engine, generating 1,341 horsepower and 1,280 Nm of torque. Its official price is 2.5 million dollars, 39 million 370 thousand Egyptian pounds, without customs or taxes, and only 25 copies of the car were produced. Hennessey Venom GT The Hennessey Venom GT ranks fourth in the list of the 10 fastest cars in the world, with a top speed of 435 km / h, and is powered by a 7.0-liter twin-turbocharged 8-cylinder engine, generating 1244 horsepower and 1566 Nm of torque. Its official price at the time of the announcement of the car in 2014 until its production was stopped in 2017, was 1.2 million dollars, 18 million 850 thousand Egyptian pounds, excluding customs or taxes, and only 13 copies of the car were produced. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport set a record for the maximum speed in fifth place, amounting to 431 km / h, and the car relies on an 8.0-liter 16-cylinder engine equipped with 4 turbos, generating 1148 hp and torque of about 1240 Nm. Its official price at the time of its launch was 2.7 million dollars, 26 million 200 thousand Egyptian pounds, excluding customs or taxes, and only 30 copies of the car were produced. Bugatti Chiron In sixth place comes the Bugatti Chiron, with a maximum speed of 420 km / h, and is based on an 8.0-liter engine equipped with a 4-turbo 16-cylinder, generating 1,479 horsepower and approximately 1,600 Nm of torque. Its official price is 3 million dollars, 47 million 130 thousand Egyptian pounds, without customs or taxes, and 500 copies of the car are scheduled to be produced. Koenigsegg Agera R As for the Koenigsegg Agera R, it is in seventh place, with a top speed of 418 km / h, and is based on a 5.0 liter V8 twin-turbo engine, generating 1,124 horsepower and approximately 1050 Nm of torque. Its official price at the time of the announcement of the car was 2 million dollars, 31 million and 400,000 Egyptian pounds, excluding customs or taxes, and only 18 copies of the car were produced. SSC Ultimate Aero In 2007, the SSC Ultimate Aero achieved a record top speed of 412 km / h, making it in eighth place now, and it relies on a 6.3-liter twin-turbocharged 8-cylinder engine, generating 1183 horsepower and 1240 Nm of torque. At the time, its price was $600,000, or 9 million 420,000 Egyptian pounds at current exchange rates, without customs or taxes, and there is no official information about the actual production of the car. Bugatti Veyron In the penultimate position in the list of the fastest cars in the world, the Bugatti Veyron came with a top speed of 408 km / h, and it relies on an 8.0-liter 16-cylinder twin-turbo engine, which generates 987 horsepower and nearly 1000 Nm of torque. Its official price was 1.7 million dollars, 26 million 700 thousand Egyptian pounds, excluding customs or taxes, and only 187 copies of the car were produced. McLaren Speedtail In the last place, the McLaren Speed ​​Tail came with a top speed of 402 km / h, and it relies on a 4.0-liter hybrid engine, 8-cylinder twin-turbocharged, that generates 1035 horsepower and approximately 950 Nm of torque. Its official price is 2.2 million dollars, 34 million 560 thousand Egyptian pounds, and only 106 copies of the car are scheduled to be produced.