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Fastest Car in the World


Fastest Car in the World

Have you ever wondered what the fastest car in the world is? Of course you need to determine if you are looking for the fastest overall car in the world or the fastest street legal car in the world. Here is some information about the fastest cars in the world that can be legally driven in most places.

Currently the crown goes to the SSC Ultimate Aero. It has a top speed of 257 miles per hour, but costs over $650,000. Second place belongs to the car that used to hold the crown, the Beatty Verona. The Beatty Verona has a top speed of 253 miles per hour but costs almost three times as much as the SSC Ultimate Aero. The Beatty is priced at 1.7 million. Third on the list is the Salween S7 Twin Turbo, which sells for over $550,000 and clocks in with a top speed or 248 miles per hour. Finishing in a close fourth place at 245 miles per hour is the Koenig egg CCX. Rounding out the top five fastest cars in the world is the McLaren F1. It tops out at 240 miles per hour with a price tag of just fewer than one million dollars.

The bottom five of the top ten includes cars that I had actually heard of before writing this article. At number six is a Ferrari Enzi prices at over $650,000 with a top speed of 217 miles per hour. The Jaguar XJ220 is seventh, also at 217 miles per hour and it has a base price of $650,000. Number eight on the list with a top speed of 215 miles per hour is the Pagan Zoned F. It has a Mercedes Benz M180 V12 motor, which speaks highly for Mercedes Benz’s’ craftsmanship. Surprisingly to me, the first Lamborghini on the list doesn’t show up until number nine. The Lamborghini Mucilage LP640 has a base price under $500,000 and a top speed of 211 miles per hour. Rounding out the top ten at this time is the Porsche Carrere GT priced at just under $450,000 and running up to 205 miles per hour.

While it is fun to fantasize about speeding around town in one of these monsters topping 200 miles per hour, the sad fact is most of us won’t ever pony up the money to own one. They are also impractical in many ways because where can you actually drive them close to their top speed without being in danger of getting killed, or at least arrested?

Get in the Fast Lane with the Fastest Car in the World

Almost all serious drivers are dreaming of driving the fastest car in the world. The thought of driving a production car that can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in less than 3 seconds is simply irresistible. However, these rubber burning babies have price tags that are way beyond the reach of most drivers. Production cars that have monster engines are not normally made by popular car manufacturers like Toyota or Ford. These cars usually came from the assembly lines of exotic car manufacturers like Beatty, Ferrari, or Lamborghini. Exotic sports cars are also not mass produced. Each year, production car makers normally release a new model by the dozens only.

This is why the fastest car in the world 2010 edition is also the most expensive. The market price of a production car could set you back by at least $500,000. But there is good news for you. There are now exotic airport rental car services that specialize on production cars. They are very few but you can easily find them online.

Looking for the Fastest Car of 2010

If you are seriously looking for an exotic car rental, then it is important to know which production car is the fastest. According to expert ratings, the SSC Ultimate Aero is the fastest production car today. It has a top speed of 257 miles per hour beating Beatty Verona which can ‘only’ reach 253 miles per hour.

The Ultimate Aero can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 2.7 seconds. It carries a Twin Turbo V8 engine and packs a whooping 1183-horsepower. Its magnificently designed body and sleek construction makes it a suitable luxury sports car for all occasions. You can surely impress your friends and associates if you can drive the SSC Ultimate Aero.

The Usual Production Cars for Hire

Unfortunately, the Ultimate Aero and even the Beatty Verona are not usually available in exotic car rentals. It would be very difficult to find a luxury rental company that carries these models. In most cases, the usual production cars that you can find in exotic car rental shops are Ferrari, Porsche, and Lamborghini.

The Ferrari Ensor, which looks similar to the SSC Ultimate Aero, would be a good option. It carries an F140 Aluminum V12 engine with top speed of 217 miles per hour. The Ensco can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.4 seconds.

Another good option for you is the Lamborghini Murcielego. This car is a fine piece of art with sleek geometric body dominated by smooth and round edges. It has a maximum speed of up to 211 miles per hour and can accelerate from 0 to 60 in 3.3 seconds. The Murcielego packs a powerful 640-horespower coming from its V12 engine.

For more formal occasions, you may want to consider getting a classy Porsche Carrere GT. This is also one of the fastest production cars in the world. It has a classic and exclusive look with convertible top. This is the most expensive Porsche that you can find in some exotic car rental companies.


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