Koenigsigg Agera RS in forest

What are the fastest cars ever made?

The Supercars that Go Faster than 260 MPH

Here at Prestige Imports in North Miami Beach, FL, we like fast cars, plain and simple. We were curious…which cars are the fastest?

Here are the fastest cars ever made. A caveat, before we start. This list will only included models that have officially achieved these speeds. We’ll have a short list of possible contenders at the end that haven’t officially reached their theoretical top speed.

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport

Achieving a staggering top speed of 304.7 mph, the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport is currently the fastest car in the world. It’s powered by a quad-turbo 8.0L 16-cylinder engine that is rated around 1,600 horses. You can watch it reach that speed below.

SSC Tuatara

With a confirmed average top speed of 282.9 mph, the SSC Tuatara is the second fastest on the list. The founder tested it and reported an average speed of 316.11 mph, but that was unconfirmed.

Koenigsegg Agera RS

This supercar has a confirmed top speed of at least 277.8 mph. Why do we say at least? Because the vehicle was running E85 fuel at the time, so it was producing less horsepower than normal. It’s likely that it could go even faster.

Hennessey Venom GT

Although it wasn’t a production car, this model reached 270.4 mph. It’s powered by a twin-turbo 7.0L V8 that puts out 1,244 horsepower.

Possible Record Breakers?

Numerous vehicles have been theorized to have incredible top speeds. Some of them are only in concept stage, but others exist and have gone untested.

  • Devel Sixteen – 347 mph
  • Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut – 330 mph
  • Hennessey Venom F5 – 300 mph

See the New British Supercar Aiming to Go 300+ MPH

Interested in Owning a Supercar?

If you’d like to get your hands on a supercar, such as a Bugatti or Pagani, then make sure to check out our pre-owned inventory. And if you’re thinking about selling one of your other vehicles, why not consign with us? With high-end vehicles, it can often be difficult to find a buyer. That’s where we come in.