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Top 10 fastest cars in the world 2022

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  •  The pursuit of top speed has long captured premium auto brands and continues to this day, even as the automotive world begins to enter the age of electricity. That's why multi-million dollar hypercars continue to push the boundaries of what's possible in terms of speed.

  •  In this review, I will tell you which is the fastest car in the world for 2022, what speed it develops, as well as its closest competitors.

10. Aspark Owl

Aspark Owl opens the ranking of the fastest cars in 2022

  • Acceleration to 100 km / h: 1,9 s
  • Maximum speed: 400 km / h
  • Power: 2012 hp
  • Worth: $2,78 million

  •  The first of two super-fast electric vehicles on the list is made in Japan. Its declared power reaches 2012 hp, and the total torque is 2000 N•m. The 64 kWh battery provides a claimed range of 450 kilometers.

  •  Aspark claims that the top speed of the Owl is limited to 400 km/h, and acceleration to 100 km/h takes just 1,9 seconds. About half of the 50 announced models have already been sold.

9. Koenigsegg Gemera

Koenigsegg Gemera is the fastest car in the world up to 100 km/h

  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 1,9 s
  • Maximum speed: 403 km / h
  • Power: 1700 hp
  • Worth: $1,6 million

  •  This is the first, but not the only representative of Koenigsegg in the ranking of the fastest production cars in the world. The Gemera is built not only to be astonishingly fast, but also to be a comfortable car for everyday use. It even has an infotainment system in the back seat to keep the kids happy.

  •  The car is powered in part by a 2,0-liter three-cylinder engine, which sounds a bit underpowered for a Koenigsegg. But since the engine uses the so-called Freevalve technology, it produces 600 hp. It can also run on cleaner fuels such as ethanol and methanol.

  •  This powerful little engine is paired with not one, but three electric motors that increase the total power output to 1700 hp. With all-wheel drive, the Gemera is claimed to hit 250 mph (403 km/h). 300 copies of the Gemera will be sold, although deliveries to customers will not begin until 2023.

8 Aston Martin Valkyrie

Aston Martin Valkyrie

  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 2,5 s
  • Maximum speed: 403 km / h
  • Power: 1160 hp
  • Price: $3 million

  •  One of the fastest cars in the world in terms of speed has been waiting for a long time, since its concept was shown back in 2016. But the first production vehicle was only delivered to a customer in early 2023, a testament to the huge technical challenges the company had to overcome.

  •  Valkyrie specifications are as follows: 6,5-liter naturally aspirated Cosworth V12 engine that can reach an incredible 11000 rpm and produces 1160 hp. With its own weight of about 1130 kg, Valkyrie produces more than 1 hp. for every kilogram of your weight.

  •  The Valkyrie's stripped-down cockpit is inspired by Le Mans Prototype race cars, although it can apparently accommodate two adults. A total of 150 Aston Martin Valkyrie will be produced.

7 McLaren Speedtail

McLaren Speedtail racing car

  • Acceleration to 100 km / h: 3 s
  • Maximum speed: 403 km / h
  • Power: 1070 hp
  • Available for: $2 million

  •  No photo of the fastest car looks boring, but the limited edition Speedtail is a stunning piece of design. It is the fastest McLaren race car to date, capable of reaching speeds of up to 403 km per hour.

  •  The incredibly long body and active aerodynamics are specifically designed to improve airflow. In the futuristic interior of the Speedtail, the central driving position is the same as in the iconic McLaren F1 of the 1990s.

  •  The Speedtail uses a hybrid powertrain combining McLaren's long-used 4,0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine with a 312-hp electric motor. with a total power of 1050 hp While it's less than many of the cars on this list, the Speedtail stands out for its ultimate comfort in everyday driving.

  •  It's also half a ton lighter than the Bugatti Chiron, while McLaren says it's "not interested" in reducing the car's handling for the sake of records.

6. Rimac Nevera

Rimac Fridge

  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 1,97 s
  • Maximum speed: 416 km / h
  • Power: 1900 hp
  • Cost $2 million

  •  Of the electric cars, this is the fastest car in the world. Its price reaches 2 million dollars, but there is no doubt that all 150 copies of the Rimac Nevera released will sell like hot cakes.

  •  Equipped with four electric motors that drive each individual wheel, the Nevera can reach zero in less than two seconds, making it one of the fastest cars in the world up to 100 km/h.

  •  Nevera also has the most powerful regenerative braking of any electric vehicle, capable of delivering up to 300kW of power.

5. S.S.C. Tuatara

SSC Tuatara is one of the fastest cars in the world

  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 2,5 s
  • Maximum speed: 460 km / h
  • Power: 1750 hp
  • Cost $1,9 million

  •  The SSC Ultimate Aero held the Guinness World Record for the fastest production car for three years.

  •  Now SSC is back with the Tuatara hypercar powered by a 5,9-litre twin-turbo V8 engine. In 2020, SSC entered into controversy by claiming a production car record at an incredible speed of 509 km/h (316 mph), but this claim has not been verified.

  •  At the beginning, the Tuatara model managed to accelerate to 460 km / h. Further attempts to build up speed will be made as SSC wants to try and break the 483 km/h barrier.

  •  It is planned to produce 100 copies of the Tuatara, each of which costs almost 2 million "evergreen presidents".

4. Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300 +

  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 2,4 s
  • Maximum speed: 490,5 km / h
  • Power: 1600 hp
  • Price tag: $3,6 million

  •  None of the top fastest cars in the world is complete without a Bugatti. The "standard" Chiron, like the Veyron before it, is a mind-blowing piece of engineering, but that doesn't mean it can't be improved upon.

  •  The Chiron Super Sport 300+ is a special edition that celebrates the modified Chiron, which was the first hypercar to reach 483 km/h (300 mph). The production car's top speed is electronically limited to 440 km/h, but Bugatti will let owners try their own high speed of 490 km/h on the Ehra-Lessien test track.

  •  Under the hood of the Super Sport 300+ is an 8,0-liter W16 four-turbo engine producing 1600 hp. This model can be given the title of the fastest and most expensive car in the world, whose speed is not theoretical, it was recorded on the track of the Volkswagen test center in 2019. However, the record was not counted, because according to the rules, two runs in opposite directions are required.

  •  I will note an important nuance: the car that set the record was freed from everything superfluous, including the passenger seat, had a roll cage and a greatly reduced ground clearance.

3. Bugatti Bolide

Bugatti bolide

  • Acceleration to 100 km / h: 2,17 s
  • Theoretical maximum speed: 500 km/h
  • Power: 1825 hp
  • Price tag: $4,6 million

  •  This track supercar, theoretically (that is, according to computer simulations), can accelerate above 500 km / h. According to the calculations of engineers, the lap time at the Nürburgring will be 5 minutes and 23,1 seconds, and on the Le Mans track – 3 minutes 07,1 seconds. This all-wheel drive car accelerates to hundreds of kilometers per hour in just 2,17 seconds.

  •  Under the hood of the powerful Bugatti Bolide is an 8,0-liter W16 engine with four turbines, delivering 1825 hp. and 1364 Nm of torque. The body is carbon fiber, with a minimum number of parts, the brakes are ceramic, with very light (2,4 kg each) calipers. And in order for the center of gravity to be as close as possible to the roadway, the sports car’s ground clearance was made only 75 mm.

  •  In total, the company will release 40 copies of the Bugatti Bolide.

2. Hennessey Venom F5

Hennessey Venom F5

  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 2,6 s
  • Theoretical maximum speed: 500,5 km/h
  • Power: 1800 hp
  • Price: $1,8 million

  •  Hennessey has spent the last 30 years modifying everything from Ferraris to pickup trucks to Dodge Vipers. It has already been involved in full-scale production of supercars twice: first with the Venom GT, capable of speeds up to 435 km / h, and now with the modern and fantastically fast Venom F5.

  •  The Venom F5 is not an unrecognizably modified Lotus Elise, as was the case with the Venom GT. It is a bespoke hypercar with a carbon fiber body, a custom platform and a 6,6-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that is said to be in excess of 1800 hp.

  •  Like the Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut (the fastest car on the planet), the Venom F5 hasn't tried to reach its top speed yet, so its position on the list is still theoretical. But the manufacturer really hopes to reach or exceed 500 km / h. And this is worth believing, given that the car is able to accelerate to 300 km / h in just 8,4 seconds.

  •  The Hennessey Venom F5 is limited to 24 units, so getting it in 2022 can be quite difficult.

1. Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut

Pictured Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut – the fastest car in the world 2022

  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 2,8 s
  • Theoretical speed: 499-531 km/h
  • Power: 1600 hp
  • Cost: $2,8 million

  •  It's the world's fastest car in 2022, but with a big caveat: its top speed for now is theoretical and based on computer calculations. However, legendary Swedish hypercar maker Koenigsegg is so confident that its Jesko Absolut will hit its mark that it vows never to build a faster production road car than this one.

  •  The Jesko Absolut is powered by a twin-turbocharged V8 engine that can generate a "minimum" of 1600 hp. on special fuel E85. The manufacturer describes it as "a land-based rocket ship striving to achieve unheard of speed at a record pace."

  •  Koenigsegg's goal was 499 km/h, but the company's simulations suggest the car will go even faster (up to 531 km/h) thanks to the ultra-slippery, low-drag hull. The main problem is to find tires capable of operating at such speeds.