The World’s Fastest Cars

Speed is what people look for in a car. As the speed of cars goes high and higher each year, car manufacturers are pulling out all the stops to bring all you car lovers, great performance and speed.

Here is a glimpse of the fastest cars in the world:

In the first position is the current fastest car in the world, the Hennessey Venom GT at 435.3km/h. It broke the record set by the Bugatti earlier this year; and that is how it became currently the fastest car in the world.

Trailing in second place is the once fastest car in the world, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport at 434km/h. It doesn’t differ that much from the number one, but lacking in the 1 km/h has placed it in second place.

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Third Place is the Koenigsegg Agera R at 418km/h.

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Forth Place is the SSC Ultimate Aero and the 9ff Gt9-R both at 413km.  

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Number five goes to Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo at 399km/h.

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Six can be considered the baby sister of number three, the Koenigsegg CCX at 394km/h.

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Seventh place goes to the Mclaren F1 at 386km/h. 

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In eighth position is the Zenvo ST1 at 374 km/h. 

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The ninth spot goes to the Pagani Huayra at 370 km/h.

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And finally at number 10 is the Gumpert Apollo and Noble M600 both at 362km/h.

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It is an absolute privilege to even make it to this list. With every year that passes, sports car enthusiasts are always looking for that one car that will be faster than the fastest car in the world. Car speed is amazing. It is even more amazing if you are the one driving the car.

It is an adrenaline rush. Driving a fast car should be on your bucket list. It carries the same thrill and excitement of bungee jumping, but without the rope. When driving a fast car be cautious and do it in a safe area, because driving such fast cars can be very dangerous.

The highest speed limit on the South African highways is 120km/h, be safe and do not think only about yourself, but also about the other people on the roods with you.

Are you looking for sports cars for sale? Visit the Auto Mart website for a range of sports car dealers.

Yolanda Zondo

Writers see the world differently. Every voice we hear, every face we see, every hand we touch could become story fabric.

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  1. Isaac Molefe says:

    I love cars with all my heart, their beauty and power they normally do what you want them to do. Most of all i like spinning driffting because in our townships is what we can do. i hope one day we will have places where we can able to drifft and identify youth that talentanted in egineering.

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