#1 SSC Tuatara Using a closed highway near Pahrump, Nevada, the SSC Tuatara managed a one-way run of 330 mph, despite tricky cross-winds. Combined with a previous run of 301 mph, the Tuatara’s two-way average, as certified by Guinness, is 316 mph, making it the fastest street-legal production car in the world.
The crosswind was picking up, but Webb agreed to do one more run and one more only. That pass, replacing the 285-mph one, managed to hit 331.15 mph, for an official 316.11-mph (508.0-kph) top speed.
The SSC Tuatara hypercar, which is a product of the Richland, Washington-based company, delivered a new Guinness world -record speed of 316.11 mph, indeed making it the fastest production car in the world.
As he was walking to a math class during his freshman year at Ohio State University, R. J. Kromer spotted a poster for a student-run team designing a fuel-cell-powered car.
Read our review McLaren P1, BAC Mono – 2.8s. Caterham 620R, 2.79s to 60mph. Hennessy Venom GT – 2.7s to 60mph. Porsche 911 Turbo S (992) – 2.6s to 62mph. Rimac Concept One – 2.5sec to 62mph. Porsche 918 Spyder, Koenigsegg One:1 – 2.5sec to 60mph. Tesla Model S, Porsche Taycan Turbo S, Bugatti Chiron – 2.4s to 62mph.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is the fastest production car from 0 to 60 mph as of 2020.
Bugatti Veyron Mansory Vivere: An exclusive edition of Bugatti Veyron, the Mansory Vivere can be yours at just Rs 30 crore. The engine has an earth-shattering power of 1200 hp and claims a top-speed of 406 kmph. This is one of the fasted Bugatti ever built and has already been sold out worldwide.
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The Tesla Model S comes standard with two electric motors and a 100-kilowatt-hours lithium-ion battery pack. All variants of the car have insanely quick acceleration. The Long Range Plus can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds. The Model S Performance can make the same sprint in 2.4 seconds.
The slowest car in the world is the Peel P50, manufactured by Peel Engineering. It’s so slow that it has become a part of the history. Holding the Guinness World Records for the smallest car that has been ever made, it also crowns the title of being the slowest.
Fiat Multipla (1998 -2004) CarThrottle’s readers even dubbed it “the ugliest car ever made,” with the Fiat Multipla outpacing everyone’s favorite design whipping boy, the Pontiac Aztek.
The Bloodhound supersonic car has reached a speed of over 500 miles per hour ( mph )! The current record of 763mph (1,228km/h) was set 22 years ago, also by Andy Green, in the Thrust SSC car. The Thrust car broke the sound barrier in the process – the first, and only, car to have done that.
On October 10, the Shelby Supercars (SSC) Tuatara—its creator is no relation to Carroll Shelby— has claimed a world production- car record with a 316.11- mph average speed. The Tuatara’s quickest run was 331.15 mph, beating a record set by a Koenigsegg Agera on the same Nevada highway in 2017.
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