Top 10 Fastest Supercars in The World

Take a look at the below list of the Top 10 Fastest Supercars in The World in 2017. Cars are one avenue in which men get to express their talents and abilities. The extent to which the love for the superfast cars can go is quite unfathomable. There are quite a number of people who even dedicate their lives to dealing with the fast cars in the popular professional races and the street races (mostly illegal). Others are simply caught up in auto garages trying to fix engines and create the best engines and spare parts for the cars that are hitting the track. Fast cars can therefore be perceived as part of the 21st century man’s life. While there may be a number of very fine-tuned cars which have probably not become popular as of yet, the following is a list of the ten fastest supercars ranked in order of their maximum speed:

List of Top 10 Fastest Supercars in The World 2017

10. The Pagani Huayra


At the tenth spot is the Pagani Huayra. This supercar can clock a maximum of 230 miles per hour, which is equivalent to 370 kilometers per hour. The Pagani Huayra was officially launched in the year 2011 but has since then maintained a spot in the list of the fastest supercars there are in the world 2017. Its speed can be traced back to its powerful six liter v12 engine. With its 720 horsepower engine, this car definitely deserves its position among the beasts on the track. Having been manufactured in Italy, the Pagani Huayra is actually a pride of the Italians on the road.

9. Zenvo ST1


The Zenvo ST1 comes in at number 9. Its maximum speed on the track is 233 miles per hour which is equivalent to 374 kilometers per hour. The major difference between the Zenvo ST1 and the Pagani Huayra would in the prices since their speed difference is only a mere 3 miles per hour. The Zenvo ST1 has a powerful twin-charged V8 engine which is the reason behind its track performance. At 1250 horsepower, the Zenvo ST1 is definitely on the top ten supercars list by merit.

8. McLaren F1


The McLaren F1 is amongst the fastest cars in the McLaren series and also the fastest car in the world. The McLaren F1 can clock a maximum speed of 240 miles per hour, or an equivalent of 386 km per hour. This also makes it amongst the most expensive cars in the world 2017, with its demand amongst the wealthy being impressively high. Powered by a 6.1 liter v12 engine, the McLaren is basically a sleek beast on the street, falling right on the eighth spot amongst the other beasts on the track.

7. The Koenigsegg CCX

The Koenigsegg CCX Top Most Popular Fastest Supercars in The World 2018

The Koenigsegg stands as the pride of Sweden. The Koenigsegg CCX is amongst the most impressive creations of Koenigsegg. Its powerful v8 engine is the reason behind its exemplary track performance. The maximum speed a Koenigsegg CX can clock is 245 miles per hour, equivalent to 394 kilometers per hour. This car is definitely worth owning, based on the fact that it is the cheapest in this list, but still offering enough service in terms of speed and prestige.

6. Saleen s7 Twin-Turbo

Saleen s7 Twin-Turbo Top Most Fastest Supercars in The World 2017

The sixth spot amongst the ten fastest supercars in the world is reserved for the Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo. Its name is very suggestive of what you can expect from it. With a maximum of 248 miles per hour, or simply 399 kilometers per hour, the Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo is a great performer on the track. Its price makes it quite affordable, for a car in this category, with its estimated price falling somewhere around $500,000.

5. The 9ff GT9-R


The 9ff GT9-R falls right in the fifth place, defending this spot with its speed and versatile design. Though it is basically a reconfigured Porsche 911, its design is one that tells volumes of what the beast can do for you. Think of a 1120 horsepower engine on a supercar and you will realize that the 9ff GT9-R will satisfy all your needs on the track. Coupling that with a maximum speed of 257 miles per hour, an equivalent of 413 kilometers per hour, you will basically agree that the 9ff GT9-R is the one of its kind type of car.

4. SSC Ultimate Aero

SSC Ultimate Aero Top Popular Fastest Supercars in The World 2018

Being a production of the Shelby Super Cars, the SCC Ultimate Aero was at one point the fastest car the world 2017 had seen produced. The 6.3 liter twin-charged v8 engine with 1287 horsepower is basically meant to impress. The SCC Ultimate Aero has a top speed of 257 miles per hour, equivalent to 413 kilometers per hour.

3. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport


The Veyron Super Sport version of the Bugatti brand is amongst the top three fastest cars in the world. The Guinness World Book of Records actually maintains that it is the fastest car there is in the world today. With a maximum speed of 268 miles per hour( speed in KMH), derived from a powerful 1,200 horsepower engine, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is basically in a league of its own.

2. Hennessey Venom GT

Hennessey Venom GT Top 10 Fastest Supercars in The World 2017

The Hennessey Venom GT stands out in every possible way. Its sleek design and specifications complement each other to give rise to what is deservedly the second fastest supercar in the world. at a top speed of 270 miles per hour( 435 Kilometers per hour) , the Hennessey Venom GT can shift from 0 to 60 mph in only 2.5 seconds, making it earn its position in this list amongst the beasts on the track.

1. Bugatti Chiron

Bugatti Chiron Top Most Beautiful Fastest Supercars in The World 2019

Finally, there has to be a king amongst the kings and the top beast amongst the beasts. The Bugatti Chiron, a unique version of the Bugatti brand, is the best of the best. With its maximum speed of 288 miles per hour (464 kilometers per hour), it way ahead of its competitors in terms of speed and pricing too. The car boasts of high-resolution digital displays for track performance and classic leather interiors, which basically presents the result of speed meeting luxury.

So, these are the world’s top 10 fastest supercars in 2017. This list basically gives the officially recorded top speeds for the supercars. The manufacturers of these cars are still working towards the improvement of their creations so there is much to look forward to with time. It is the world of supercars, where speed is literally the name of the game.

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