There are many ways to measure the fastest car in the world, and running to over 283 miles an hour in a standing mile certainly tops out one of them. Welcome to the Badd GT, which the world's speed freaks can now buy.
Let's briefly go over what a Badd GT is. These are twin-turbo Ford GTs built by Johnny Bohmer, owner of Performance Power Racing in West Palm Beach. Horsepower? 1800. Quarter mile? 9 seconds. Standing mile? 283.232 miles per hour, next to a Lockheed F-104 Starfighter. The Badd GT is a world record holder, and, since it's street legal, the fastest street car in the world, though Bugatti and Hennessey might quibble about that.