Hennessey Venom F5 to Top the List of 10 Fastest Cars in 2018

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Be honest with yourself and admit, that even though you might dislike those spoiled kids of multimillionaires who drive hypercars, you still wonder at times what is the fastest automobile on the planet or how quick can a car with 100 horses under the hood get to 60. If you were to stick around, we will show you the list of the fastest production cars on the planet, that could actually be owned if you are, like, super rich. Just an FYI, we have already added to this list the recently introduced Hennessey Venom F5 that is destined to beat Bugatti Chiron and set the new world’s top speed record of 300 miles per hour! Cars featured in this video: Hennessey Venom F5: venomgt.com Venom F5 hypercar is tasked to fix Venom GT’s mistake that failed to get classified as the fastest auto on the planet Earth due to violating some record taking criteria. Venom’s 1600 horsepower is extracted from a 7.0 Liter Turbocharged V8 and channeled to the rear wheels. Bugatti Chiron: bugatti.com/chiron The manufacturer claims that Bugatti Chiron is the world’s most powerful, fastest, most luxurious and most exclusive super car yet, of course until Venom shows its skills. On the outside design changes look rather conservative however on the inside the engineers managed to improve an already flawless car. Koenigsegg Agera RS: koenigsegg.com/agera-rs The coupe Agera is an evolution of Koenigsegg models R, S and One. It equipped with a comparatively small 5 Liter V8 with two turbochargers that make 1160 horsepower and 944 lb-ft of torque when fueled by gasoline, however the engine could be reprogrammed to use ethanol and the output goes up to 1360 horses. Hennessey Venom GT: hennesseyperformance.com This hypercar started its career back in 2010 and throughout the years evolved into one of the fastest and most powerful vehicles on the planet. The Final Edition of Venom GT carries a 7.0 Liter V8 engine with two turbochargers that made 1471 horsepower and 1287 lb-ft of torque. Koenigsegg One:1: koenigsegg.com/one1 This automobile has existed since 2014 and as claimed by the manufacturer, One was the first officially recognized production Megacar ever introduced to the market. The reason why hypercar classification had to be abandoned is due to the fact that Konigsegg equipped the One with 1 Megawatt of power or 1378 horses. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Supersport: bugatti.com/veyron/veyron-164-super-sport Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Supersport is the current Guinness World record holder as the fastest production automobile in the world, the title has been in Veyron’s possession ever since it completed a strictly monitored successful run reaching the 268 miles or 431 kilometers per hour top speed in 2010. Koenigsegg Regera: koenigsegg.com/regera The name of the car is translated from Swedish as “to reign” and Koenigsegg Regera is able to enforce its rule by the unique and beastly powertrain that consists of a 5 L twin turbo V8 and 3 electric motors. Aston Martin Valkyrie: astonmartin.com/en/Valkyrie The Valkyrie developed by Aston Martin and Red Bull Advanced Technologies Codenamed AM-RB 001 was recently introduced to the. It is a bad ass car with a bad ass price of $3,750,000. Zenvo TS1GT: zenvoautomotive.com TS1GT is a Danish supercar that was created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of this auto maker. It is a mid-engine two-seater with carbon-fiber body and unearthly performance. Pagani Huayra BC: pagani.com/huayra The Pagani Huayra BC is the Italian built supercar that was tasked to replace Zonda. The automobile borrowed its name from Huayra-tata – god of wind of the Quechue people, who are indigenous to South America.

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