What does owning the fastest cars in the world require? Many of these exotic supercars aren’t even legal to drive on city streets. However, the most elite car enthusiasts consider it a must to own them. The market for supercars has evolved in recent years despite the rise of electric cars. Just because gasoline engines will go the way of the dinosaur, that doesn’t mean speed will disappear.
Every elite supercar manufacturer is trying to figure out how to design an electric supercar from Ferrari to Tesla. The future for the world’s fastest cars is bright. Today, we took a look at the fastest cars in the world at the moment. These high-dollar cars can break nearly every record and their owners paid massive sums for them.
50: McLaren Senna – 208 MPH – $1,400,000
When you drive a McLaren, you expect one of the best driving experiences in the world. The F1 heritage makes these cars desirable to the most discerning automotive collectors (via Motor Trend).
With a top speed of 208 MPH, this car is anything but slow. Its unique look and one-of-a-kind design coupled with its high price tag make this car quite legendary.