World's Fastest Cars: 1. Hennessey Venom GT: 270 mph (435 km/h), 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds, has a 7.0 liter LS7 Turbocharged V8 Twin Turbo V8 Engine producing 1244 hp, with a price tag of $1,000,000 and up. The Venom GT is the fastest car in the world when tested again on February 14th, 2014 at NASA runway in Florida.
Pagani Huayra is currently the 9 th fastest car in the world in 2015. Featuring twin-turbo charged 6.0 liter V12 Engine from AMG Mercedes, Pagani Huayra can do 0 to 62mph in 3.0 seconds. Featuring twin-turbo charged 6.0 liter V12 Engine from AMG Mercedes, Pagani Huayra can do 0 to 62mph in 3.0 seconds.
Price: $845,000 0-60: 2.5 seconds For the 2015 model year, nothing beats the Porsche 918 Spyder (though the Bugatti Veyron can match its 0-60 time of 2.5 seconds).
Produced by SSC North America (formerly known as Shelby SuperCars), the SSC Ultimate Aero is a mid-engine sports car that held the title of the world’s fastest production car from Guinness World Records for 3 years (2007 to 2010), till Bugatti introduced the Veyron Super Sport.
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This 1,200 Hp super car that has a top speed of 269.86 mph is slower than Hennessey Venom GT only 0.63 mph, which is the reason it was the world’s fastest production car until 2014. Just thirty of this ultra-pricey (considering its USD3.4 million price), ultra-quick and ultra-rare Bugatti have been built as a send off to one of the world’s most coveted and extreme modern sports car ever built.
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Five days later Bugatti's speed record was confirmed: "Following a thorough review conducted with a number of external experts, Guinness World Records is pleased to announce the confirmation of Bugatti's record of Fastest production car achieved by the Veyron 16.4 Super Sport.
With a top speed of 268 mph recorded at Volkswagen’s Ehra-Lessein test track, the Veyron Super Sport was once recognized as the world’s second-fastest production car by Guinness.