That 300 miles or 480 kilometers per hour speed mark has been widely craved for by the major manufacturers of hypercars for the past decade. But, only now do we seem to be getting closer to the moment when such a speed run can become a reality. The major challengers come from France, Sweden, and the US, but who will get there first? Lets compare the most recent data about the world’s new lineup of the fastest production cars and place our bets who will win the standoff in the upcoming years!
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#1 2021 Bugatti Centodieci EB110 Tribute Special Edition
Based on the Bugatti Chiron and inspired by the looks of the iconic 1991 EB110, the new Centodieci hypercar arrives to the 2019 Monterey Car Week to pay tribute to the brand’s 110th anniversary.
#2 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko
As of today, the Swedish automaker Koenigsegg is the record holder for the world’s fastest production car. With the competition catching up, the time has come for an all-new performance machine to be introduced, in the form of the Jesko.
#3 2020 SSC Tuatara
Built following the company’s ambition of breaking the 300-mph speed barrier, the Tuatara is a crown jewel of the SSC North America’ line-up. In July 2019, the Tuatara finally started production, and the first out of 100 automobiles has been reportedly handed over to its lucky owner on August 16th, during Monterey Car Week.
#4 2020 Hennessey Venom F5
It has been awhile since we last heard any solid news about Hennessey’s new flagship hypercar, but there seems to be a new development. Due to the increased demand for the company’s custom modifications and the upcoming Venom F5, they are expanding the plant in Sealy, Texas by 15,000 square feet and are truly gearing up to start production.