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“Car Engines”- See Pictures of the Fastest Cars in the World, and their Engines. (Photos)

Car makers have been racing to produce the fastest car in the world since the early days of the automobile. Another record was set in 2005 when the first car reached 250 mph (ca. 402 km/h). The record was finally broken when Bugatti finally released the magical 300-mph barrier with an advanced version of the Chiron in 2019. As of 2020, three automakers threaten this record. However, the SSC says that the Tuatara will hit over 300 mph (ca. 483 km/h), while Hennessey claims that the Venom F5 is capable of at least 310 mph (ca. 499 km/h). See the list of the ten fastest production cars in the world and their engines.

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+: 304 mph (ca. 489 km/h)

Koenigsegg Agera RS: 278 mph (ca. 447 km/h)

Hennessey Venom GT: 270 mph (ca. 435 km/h)

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport: 268 mph (ca. 431 km/h)

Bugatti Chiron: 261 mph (ca. 420 km/h)

Koenigsegg Agera R: 260 mph (ca. 418 km/h)

SSC Ultimate Aero: 256 mph (ca. 412 km/h)

Bugatti Veyron: 253.8 mph (ca. 408 km/h)

McLaren Speed tail: 250 mph (ca. 402 km/h)

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Bugatti Koenigsegg Agera SSC Tuatara Venom F5


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