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25 Fastest Super Cars Of 2018

For a lot of us, the most important thing about a car is speed, and when it comes to all around speed and power, supercars do it best. They have a unique style to them, from their design to the colors to the raw power and impressive top speeds. They have become icons in the auto industry. Sure, someone can build a car with all the power of a supercar, or even more, for less money than buying say a Ferrari or Lamborghini, but while it is impressive it is just not the same. They have a uniqueness to them that makes that astounding price tag seem reasonable. Like, for instance, no one has ever heard a supercar drive by and think that it was a 350Z or a Honda.

They are identifiable just by their sound alone, and then there is the flashy style they have that just takes over the roads and demands attention. But there have been so many models over the years, and even new sub-models that made the base look like a cheap knock-off, that it is hard to keep up with all of them. It is even harder still to keep track of which ones are the absolute fastest, so we have gone ahead and done the hard part, and compiled the 25 fastest supercars of 2018, meaning these are the fastest of the fast as of 2018, including models from previous years. They are in no particular order.

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25 Saleen S7 TT

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The beast of the 200os, the Saleen S7 was the fastest production car when it came out. It has a very sleek yet simple design to it that holds a whopping 550 horsepower. Then, they decided to turbocharge it, and the twin turbo model had way more power, coming in with 750 horsepower and a crazy top speed of 248 miles per hour, which made the S7 TT way ahead of its time, in terms of power. It is still one of the most iconic supercars to date, and still one of the fastest.

24 Lykan Hypersport

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The Lykan Hypersport has been something of dreams ever since it came out, as it is one of the absolute heights of automotive engineering. It features a 3.7L twin turbo flat 6 that cranks out a wild 770 horsepower. It also features a lightweight carbon fiber body that allows it to use all that power to go from 0-60 miles per hour in only 2.8 seconds. It also has a pretty jaw-dropping top speed of 245 miles per hour. The Lykan comes with a style all its own that breaks hearts just like it breaks speed records.

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23 Lamborghini Murcielago 670-4 SV

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Lamborghini has been a giant name in the auto world ever since arriving on the scene with their sleek style and ferocious power. The name Lamborghini is synonymous with speed, power, and luxury. But no model has as much power as the Murcielago SV. It has a mighty 6.5L V12 that cranks out a ridiculous 661 horsepower. It also has a neck-breaking top speed of 212 miles per hour. Combine that with the iconic Lambo style of sharp edges and a wide stance and it is a force to be reckoned with.

22 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

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The Veyron Super Sport is the absolute top of the line Veyron model produced, and it has a pretty hefty price tag as you would expect, at 2.4 million dollars. It is worth that, assuming you have the money to blow. It, like most Bugatti models, comes with a W16 motor that allows it to reach top speeds of 267 miles per hour. The Veyron Super Sport also comes with a unique and stylish paint job and all the luxuries that Bugatti is known for. It is one of the fastest cars out there and is even slightly faster than the "new and improved" Chiron.

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21 Ferrari LaFerrari

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The LaFerrari is one of the top-of-the-line Ferrari models ever produced and is also among the most expensive vehicles in the world. It comes with a 6.3L V12 motor that produces a respectable 789 horsepower. The LaFerrari can go from 0-60 miles per hour in just under 3 seconds and has a top speed of 220 miles per hour. The real impressive thing about it is that it just never slows down, which is evident by the fact that it can reach 190 miles per hour in under 15 seconds.

20 Pagani Zonda F

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Like a lot of supercars on the market today, the Pagani Zonda F hails from Italy, and the style of the car says all you need to know about it; that it is fast and probably pretty expensive. The Zonda F has a thrilling 650 horses stemming from a giant V12 engine. It also has a pretty impressive top speed of 217 miles per hour. Pagani has a lot of claims to their fame, from the power their cars produce, like the powerful Zonda F, to the very unique style they present, especially with the interior.

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19 Lamborghini Aventador

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The Lamborghini Aventador is one of the most recognizable supercars on the street, probably due to its massive media presence and the fact that almost every rapper owns one. That is for a good reason, which is because it is just too powerful and too good looking to not want one. The Aventador has a 6.5L V12 engine that allows it to go 217 miles per hour. While its top speed is a little higher than the Murcielago SV, it does not have quite the acceleration or torque that it had, but it does come with a smaller price tag.

18 Koenigsegg Regera

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The Regera is truly a force to be reckoned with when it comes to supercars. It has only one gear, eliminating any need to shift and any chance for turbo lag. It has a combined power output of 1,797 horsepower that stems from a 5.0L twin turbo V8 motor that pushes out most of the power, at 1,1oo horses. It also has three electric motors that make up the power difference. It has a limited top speed of 255 miles per hour, which is more than enough speed, but still limiting that power is kind of sad.

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17 Ferrari Enzo

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Ferrari is one of the first names that comes up in any conversation about supercars, and for good reason. They have a reputation for being pretty freaking fast. Like the Enzo, for example. It has a jaw-dropping top speed of 226 miles per hour and can go from 0-60 miles per hour in only 3.14 seconds. As if that is not impressive enough, it can hit 100 miles per hour in only 6.6 seconds. And the best part is, all of that power is wrapped up in one of the sleekest Ferrari models ever produced.

16 McLaren P1

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The McLaren P1 is one of a kind. Fun fact, there is no insurance policy to cover this car. That means if someone wrecks a P1 it is actually cheaper to buy a new one than to fix it. That says a lot when it costs well over a million dollars. The P1 has a twin turbo 3,8L V8 engine that produces a remarkable 903 horsepower. It also has a top speed of 239 miles per hour, making it an all-around powerhouse. The P1 is also one of the hottest supercars out there, with a design that will make anyone look twice.

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15 Aston Martin One-77

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Aston Martin is known for luxury and style, and it is also known for being the chosen ride of a Mr. Bond. He has great taste because they have some sleek designs surely fit for an international spy or anyone with deep enough pockets. But the One-77 is unlike any other model. There were only 77 of them ever made, which makes it even more special. It has a top speed of 220 miles per hour and can go from 0-60 miles per hour in only 3.5 seconds. It is truly one of the fastest and sleekest cars ever produced by Aston Martin.

14 Ascari A10

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Ascari may fly under the radar in some countries, but it has made quite a name for itself in Europe, and the A10 surely helped make that possible. It features a V8 engine that pushes out an impressive 625 horsepower. It features a sleek design that screams British engineering and it also has an amazing top speed of 220 miles per hour. The Ascari A10 is sure one impressive little track toy, and one good looking one at that.

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13 Lamborghini Veneno

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Only three of the monstrous Veneno models were ever created, and Lamborghini made sure to keep one. That adds an element of rarity to the Veneno, as if it needed anything else to make it special with that 6.5L V12. Sure, it is the same engine size as many other models, but this one pushes out an insane 750 horsepower, and even better, it can go from 0-60 miles per hour in only 2.8 seconds, which is the fastest we have seen so far. The Veneno can also reach impressive speeds of 221 miles per hour.

12 Gumpert Apollo

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The Gumpert Apollo is probably the closest thing you can get to a race car that is still street legal, and it comes to us from the Germany-based auto group, Gumpert. It features a lightweight build and has a powerful twin-turbo Audi R8 motor that cranks out 789 horsepower. It can go from 0-60 miles per hour in only 3 seconds and has a top speed of 223 miles per hour. It has a real one of a kind style to it and comes with a design that will make anyone stare.

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11 Bristol Fighter T

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The Fighter T is another one of those Frankenstein cars like the Apollo, where they took an engine and built an entirely new car around it. It has a very heavily modified Chrysler V10 motor that allows it to reach an awesome speed of 270 miles an hour, making it one of the fastest supercars out there. However, there is an electronic limiter on the vehicle, which takes a lot of the fun out of it and limits its top speed to only 225 miles per hour, which is still some pretty impressive speed. It also features a sort of classic design and even T-Top doors.

10 Noble M600

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The M600 is very unique in multiple ways. First off, it is another one of those cars that was built around another motor, but the M600 is different because it is actually handcrafted. It sports a Volvo V8 motor, but of course not a stock one. It comes with a twin turbo set up and has some impressive onboard electronic controls, such as variable boost controls. It features a lightweight design, supported by a carbon fiber frame, and a sleek style to it that is sure to draw attention. It is capable of reaching speeds of 225 miles per hour.

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9 Jaguar XJ220

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Jaguar created the XJ220 in the 1980s and it has been a huge name on the supercar scene since then. It was way ahead of its time for the power it had and the speeds it could reach. There were only 281 models ever produced, which is upsetting because of the potential it had, but it also makes it more special due to the rarity and the fact that it can keep up with the best of the best some 30 years later. It has an impressive top speed of 217 miles per hour, which is very fast now, but was absolutely unthinkable for its time.

8  Pagani Huayra

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The Huayra is one of the most unique looking supercars on the market today, looking almost more like a spaceship than a car. It features a twin turbo V12 motor that cranks out 720 horsepower. Combine that with its solid carbon fiber body and ultra lightweight design and the Huayra becomes one of the fastest cars on the planet. It also has a top speed of 230 miles per hour, which sounds about right for one of the fastest cars ever. It is no wonder why this car comes with almost a million dollar price tag.

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7 Zenvo ST1

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The ST1 is one of those cars that was produced because someone had to know just how fast they could make a car. It has a mighty 7.0L V8 engine that pushes an absolutely incredible 1,250 horsepower to the wheels. The ST1 can reach 60 miles per hour in only 3 seconds and has an awesome top speed of 233 miles per hour. The ST1 also has a style that represents the new age of supercars, aka hypercars. It looks like something a masked billionaire superhero would drive around in, and not just because he is the only one that can afford it.

6 McLaren F1

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The F1 is one of the most well-known supercars ever and sure brought McLaren into the spotlight. It is one of the rarest supercars as well, with only 106 models ever produced. In its prime, it was the fastest car in the world, and even today it holds up with an amazing top speed of 240 miles per hour, which is still faster than a lot of the fastest cars in 2018. Not to mention the sleek style that makes it almost impossible not to look at the beauty that is the McLaren F1.

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5 Bugatti Chiron

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The Bugatti Chiron is the newest installment to the Bugatti line, which has long since been known for some of the fastest cars on the entire planet. The Chiron features the W16 motor we all know and love that Bugatti was crazy enough to make work, but this one is a very powerful quad turbocharged 8.0L  W16 that produces a stunning 1,479 horsepower. It can go from 0-60 miles per hour in only 2.5 seconds and can reach 250 miles per hour in only 32.6 seconds. It has a top speed of 261 miles per hour, making it the fastest car so far.

4  Tesla Roadster

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Tesla has made a splash in the electric and hybrid car world, and recently with the Roadster, it has made a name for itself in the supercar world as well. The Roadster has an amazing 0-60 miles per hour time of only 1.9 seconds and can even reach 100 miles per hour in only 4.2 seconds, making it hands down one of the quickest cars around. But it also has an impressive high-end speed of 250 miles per hour. It is one of the most impressive cars to date, and it even comes with a sleek and futuristic design that is sure to draw attention.

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3 SSC Ultimate Aero TT

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The Ultimate Aero TT is another one of our older models that is still one of the fastest cars out there in 2018. It comes with a twin turbo 6.3L V8 motor that produces 1,287 horsepower. It is capable of speeds up to 256 miles per hour. It does have a higher theoretical top speed of 273 miles per hour but was never able to reach those speeds in testing, usually due to sub-par road conditions. Either way, even the proven 256 miles per hour make the Ultimate Aero TT one of the fastest cars ever.

2 Koenigsegg Agera R

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The Agera R has many claims to fame, including its price, design, and its unique transmission system that enables the car to use all of the horsepower it has. It has 1,030 horsepower that it gets from its twin-turbocharged 5.0L V8 engine. It also has a double clutch system with a wet and dry clutch system that enables it to almost eliminate shift times. The Agera R was the quickest Koenigsegg before they brought out the Regera, but is still faster in the long run and is one of the fastest cars out there with a top speed of 273 miles per hour.

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1 Hennessey Venom GT

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The Venom GT is something of legend but has a very simple claim to fame. It is absolutely a true speed demon. It has a 7.0L twin-turbo V8 motor that creates an insane 1,244 horsepower. It can go from 0-60 miles per hour in only 2.4 seconds and has an insane top speed of 265 miles per hour. The Venom GT is one of the sleekest and meanest looking cars out there today and is also obviously one of the fastest cars as well.

Sources: TopSpeed, list25, koenisegg.com

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