With all things considered, your car’s performance is measured by how fast it can go. Speed is a feature that is preferred above anything else for those who seek luxury and the elite lifestyle. Chasing the rush of a fast car is not the only facet that makes the top cars the most attractive, but their appearance too. Some of the fastest cars are considered the most design-focused and top of the range human engineering art than any other.
A compiled list of the fastest production cars has been considered to be the most wanted of all. If you can’t afford the range of the best, they’re definitely worth dreaming about.

The Koenigsegg Agera R
Now you might not recognize Koenigsegg, as it is not a household name but its reputation in producing some of the fastest cars in the world has grown excessively in only a short period of time. Releasing the elite edition, the Agera R model presents a wonderful example of the brands powerful engineering. With a speed of 273 mph, which is faster in comparison to the fastest cars in the world. In 2018, the Koenigsegg Agera R was recognized as the fastest car in the world.

Hennessey Venom GT
Listed as the second fastest supercar is the Hennessey Venom GT. Its name alone sounds both dangerous and fast. It is also one of the lesser know car brands but has generated a great media attraction in the last year. With features similar to that of the Lotus Exige, reaching a maximum speed of 270 mph, it is a beast of a vehicle that encompasses a mighty 7.0-liter turbocharged engine. It is complete with a horsepower of 1.244 and torque of 1.155 pound-feet.

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport
Ah, then there’s the black panther with its neon detailing. Bugatti was the first production car that surpasses 250 mph. Since Koenigsegg overtook the brand speed, Bugatti has returned with a maximum of 268 mph. It comes fully equipped with an 8-liter quad turbo Engine. This powerful engine generates an impressive torque of 1.106 lb-ft and a horsepower of 1200 HP, which enables the car to exhilarate from 0 to 60 in only 2.4 seconds. It is a well-crafted beast on the track, to say the least.

Much like its name, this German model is a supercar modeled after the Porsche 911. The royal designed and exterior styling also match that of the Porsche. Although the car is faster than the original Bugatti, what makes it most attractive is its unique technology. It comes complete with a 4.0-liter flat-6 engine which provides the car with a rather big amount of horsepower of up to 1.120. It also has a torque of 910lb-ft.
The fastest supercars in the world might not be the most known, but that is only because there are very few people in the world that can afford these marvels. Whether you are one of them or not. Dreaming is still regarded free. Maybe someday.