On top of being a Bugatti, this mega-brand gets the added perk of being the fastest luxury car available right now. I love the aluminum W16 Engine with the astounding 1001 horses. Yum. The base price of $1,700,000 is totally worth this badass sports car…I may even trade my dignity in for one.
The SSC Ultimate Aero shoots up to 257 mph, much like an arrow. And it hits the 0-60 mark in 2.7 head-jerking seconds (insert dirty joke). It boasts a hot V8 Twin-Turbo engine with 1183 horses with a base price of $654,000. That price is a bit more palatable than the Bugatti. This was the fastest car in the world from March of 2007 until July 2010, when the Bugatti Veyron flew by it.
Up next is the Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo, hitting top speeds of 248 mph and the 0-60 mark in 3.2 seconds. It features an all-aluminum V8 engine kicking out 750 horses with a base price of $555,000.
The Koenigsegg CCX is a Swedish supercar that reaches speeds of 245 mph. It hits the 0-60 in 3.2 seconds with a base price of $545,000.
The classic McLaren F1 makes the list, coming in at speeds of around 240 mph. It nails the 0-60 mark in 3.2 seconds with a base price of around $970,000.
Ferrari Enzo also makes the list of fastest cars, hitting the 0-60 mark in 3.4 seconds with top speeds of 217 mph. The base for a Ferrari Enzo is around $670,000, and only 399 have been produced.
Luxury brand Jaguar XJ220 hits speeds of 217 miles per hour, with a base price of $650,000. The Twin Turbo V6 engine kicks out 542 horses and hits the 0-60 in 3.8 seconds.
The Pagani Zonda is more than just a cool name; it can reach 215 mph and the 0-60 in 3.5 seconds. The base is around $667,000.
You know Lambo made the list, with the sexy Murcielago LP640 who can hit 211 miles per hour and the 0-60 in 3.3 seconds. It has a hot V12 pushing out 640 horses with a base of $430,000.
In the ten spot is the Porsche Carrera GT, achieving speeds of 205 mph and hitting the 0-60 marker in 3.9 seconds. It has a special aluminum water-cooled V10 with 612 horses and a base just slightly higher than the Lambo, at $440,000.