Koenigseggs are not for children. They're for hairy chested adults (men or women, doesn't matter, just need hair on the old chest) who don't get terrified easily. The new One:1 will make a lumberjack out of anyone.
Bad news for Bugatti Veyron Super Sport owners: your car is no longer the fastest production car in the world, and is therefore just a slow, worthless orange-and-black eyesore.
We all know the 1,244 horsepower Hennessey Venom GT is fast. It accelerates like mad and has it's eye on being the fastest car in the world. Well, the Venom GT has made its top speed run, and it is basically the fastest car money can buy anywhere in the world. But there is a catch.
DragTimes has captured in photos and video the very first U.S. delivery of the $1.8 million Bugatti Veyron SuperSport. It's a one-of-five World Record Edition — referring to the 267 MPH record-setting high speed.
American company TranStar is planning to build the TranStar Dagger GT: a supercar fitted with a 2000-hp, twin-tubocharged 9.0-liter GM V8. They're setting out to break the 300 mph production car barrier with an insane hypercar.
The 1,200-hp Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is not just the fastest production car in the world. It's also the orangest.
The end-of-the-line Bugatti Veyron Super Sport isn't just the ultimate Bugatti. With a top speed of 268 mph, the 1,200-hp übercar is now also the new fastest production car in the world.