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The 25 Fastest Production Cars in the World Right Now

Here's our updated list for 2023, because when marques compete for top-speed bragging rights, the world wins.

A trio of supercars, from the GMA T.50 (left) to the Bugatti Bolide (middle) to the Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae (right). Gordon Murray Automotive, Bugatti Rimac, Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

The first production vehicle to crack 200 mph was the Ferrari F40. The year was 1987; immediately after that Italian stallion’s speedometer registered 201, the race to enter the 300 mph club began. In 2019, amid fervent competition between Koenigsegg, Hennessey and Bugatti, the Chiron Super Sport bested the others by a horseshoed nose, achieving a staggering 304.7 mph. In early 2020, a bevy of new hypercars was announced—several promising at least 300 mph. Then, in 2021, SSC North America turned a claim into reality, cementing the SSC Tuatara’s spot at number two—at least for now.

Yet a relatively new name, innovative Czinger Vehicles, and long-standing icon Gordon Murray have both gained momentum. And of course Bugatti is busy being, well, Bugatti. So, we’re updating our list of the fastest cars in the world and expanding it to show more wheeled lightning. (Three quick editor’s notes: our sole criterion is top speed, our floor for consideration is at least 218 mph and unproven manufacturer claims are denoted.)


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