10 World’s fastest cars

1. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport
0-62mph: 2.5 seconds
He had lost his crown as the world’s fastest car, but he managed to Take back his titles with the added strength of the quad-turbo W16.

2. Ariel Atom

0-62mph: 2.8 seconds
With a 300bhp supercharged car engine is pretty fast …

3. Noble M400

0-62mph: 3.2 seconds
Its capacity may be similar to Ford’s V6, but with a pair of turbochargers, 425bhp M400 brings to produce 400bhp/ton – from there its name.

4. Koenigsegg CCX

0-62mph: 3.2 seconds
Swedish manufacturer appears suddenly to create one fast car dream. CCX can accelerate from 0-186mph in 29.2 seconds.

5. Ferrari 458 Italia

0-62mph: 3.2 seconds
This last extra come from Maranello. 458 Italy is obliged to fast cars this year. With a 560bhp 4.5-liter V8, 458 is almost as fast as the Enzo.

6. Porsche 911 Turbo S

0-62mph: 3.3 seconds
In The standard form, 911 Turbo is fast enough t (0-62mph in 3.6 seconds), but the Turbo S adds the power of 30 horses to make a total of 530bhp from the 3.8-liter flat-six.

7. Nissan GT-R

0-62mph: 3.3 seconds
Nissan Skyline been our fastest car and resilient. Latest Models complete perfection.

8. Ford GT

0-62mph: 3.3 seconds
GT40 version is quite fast – but the custom car racing in 1960 was even faster.

9. Ferrari Enzo

0-62mph: 3.3 seconds
One result of Ferrari’s most extreme, only 400 produced, each powered 651bhp 6-liter V12.

10. Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

0-62mph: 3.3 seconds
The fastest production car Corvette, he is a sixth generation American sports car, with 638bhp V8.


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