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The Fastest Cars In The World & How Much They Cost To Own

Cameron EittreimJune 8, 2022

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7: SSC Tuatara – 282 MPH – $1,900,000

You have to be in a different income bracket to afford the SSC Tuatara. This is a supercar that needs no introduction. The unique styling and blisteringly fast performance separate this car from any other production vehicle (via Throttle Bias).

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This car is cripplingly fast and the styling is hand-built. Every inch of the SSC is designed to be a grown man’s toy. The performance of the car is jaw-dropping, the interior is a no-frills design, and there is almost no cargo room. When it comes to a sports car that you can take on a weekend road trip, this isn’t going to be it.

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6: Koenigsegg Jesko – 300 MPH – $3,000,000

For the average consumer, Koenigsegg is not a brand that they will ever come into contact with. This is an elite automaker that builds some of the fastest cars in the world. So it only makes sense that the Jesko is one of the fastest cars in the world. With a blistering top speed of 300 MPH, this car breaks records and hearts simultaneously (via Throttle Bias).

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The Jesko is not a car that should be overlooked because it provides some of the best performance in the segment. The beautiful styling looks as though it has been hand sculpted. The designers wanted it to get as little ground clearance as possible, and that is the case when you see the car in person.

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5: Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300 – 304 MPH – $3,900,000

One of the ways the Bugatti brand continues to grow is the attention-grabbing cars they design. No matter what facet of popular media you look at, you will see a Bugatti model at some point in time. The brand does this on purpose as these cars aren’t average exotic sports cars. A Bugatti is a purpose-built machine, and the Chiron Super Sport 300 builds on that stellar reputation (via Throttle Bias).

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The Chiron Super Sport 300 is one of the most promising exotic sports cars on the road. The beauty of the exterior should not be overlooked, nor the hand-built body. Every inch of the Chiron Super Sport 300 is an astonishingly well-built exotic car that you won’t encounter anywhere else in the automotive world.

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4: Bugatti Bolide – 310 MPH – $4,700,000.00

The Bolide is not a product meant for retail consumers. Instead, the company positioned the Bolide with a different focus, and that was to be a track day car. The Bolide is different from other Bugatti models released to the market. From a design standpoint, this is every bit the supercar you’d expect from an elite automaker (via Throttle Bias).

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The Bolide is not a vehicle you often hear a lot about, but you will never ride in something else that performs like it. Every inch of this car is a purpose-built machine, and you can bet that only the top percent of the world will ever drive it. The sheer performance of this car is frightening and jaw-dropping at the same time.

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3: Hennessey Venom F5 – 311 MPH – $1,800,000

The Venom F5 is one of the most well-known supercars in the world, and part of that fame is because Jay Leno has driven it. The Venom F5 is supposed to be 10 times more advanced than any other supercar on the road. The design is extremely low to the ground and the 6.6-liter Twin-Turbo V8 is an insane power plant (via Throttle Bias).

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It’s safe to say that with 1817 BHP under the hood, the Hennessey Venom F5 is a breathtakingly fast supercar. The design of the Venom will invoke all types of emotions when you see it. But it’s getting behind the wheel of the Venom, that’s the real surprise. The car handles and drives so much better than anything else on the market.

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2: Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut – 330 MPH – $2,800,000

There are very few brand names in the automotive industry like Koenigsegg. The company is known for creating out of this world sports cars. The beautiful styling of the car is only the first thing you notice about it. The 1280 BHP under the hood gives the Jesko Absolut some serious punch on the race track (via Throttle Bias).

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Obviously, the owners of these cars don’t generally race them; instead, this is sort of an ego trip. The Jesko Absolut is still a supercar that should not be understated. The beautiful design of the car is by far one of the best on the road and you can’t beat its performance either.

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1: Devel Sixteen – 348 MPH – $1,600,000

Maybe you’ve never heard of the Devel Sixteen, but this is one of the fastest supercars in the world. What the Devel Sixteen does right is what many supercars have been trying to do for decades. There is massive power under the hood of this car. It has 2000 horsepower unlike anything else on the market (via Throttle Bias).

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If you’ve never driven a supercar, there is no way to comprehend how fast 2000 horsepower is. This is not a street-legal car in any sense of the word, and you can tell the owner has a lot of fun with it. Devel Motors is not a well-known company but this car can hit speeds that almost every other supercar simply can’t.

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