Automotive success is marked by the production of the fastest cars in the world, and it’s a label that producers have striven for across many decades. Cars are getting lighter, faster, and sleeker, making the records inch continuously upwards. The formulation for the fastest racing car in the world is an indefinable achievement. Many auto manufacturers are presently improving production cars to be ever faster, making their model have top speeds that are mere miles per hour faster than their competition. In many cases, the fastest cars in the world are also the most luxurious and expensive ones. For example, both the Aston Martin Valkyrie and Bugatti La Voiture Noire succeeded in being ranked as top models for both speed and luxury. A car’s top speed is nothing more than a random way of stating that one particular car is faster than another. While these dimensions may seem immaterial to a car’s overall quality and application, the chase of higher and higher speed pushes progress across the car industry. In looking to increase speed, cars are also becoming easier to control and more economical.

As of 2020, five brands will have cars that meet and surpass speeds of 300 miles per hour:

(1) Devel Sixteen: With unheard of horsepower (5,007 hp) and a wait time that’s been driving the auto industry insane, this model is composed to completely smash the current top-speed world records! The Devel Sixteen seeks to break 350 mph.

(2) Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut: This car is in quest of setting a new world record with speeds over 300 mph. The Jesko Absolut is also attentive on aerodynamics, downforce, and precise handling.

(3) Bugatti Chiron Super Sport: With speeds up to 304.77 mph, the model is an improved version of the Chiron’s 8.0-liter W16 engine. It has total power standing at an amazing 1,578 bhp – 99 bhp more than the ‘regular’ Chiron. Astonishingly, the four-wheel-drive system and gearbox are unchanged.

(4) Hennessey Venom F5: This car is an innovative, proprietary automobile that Hennessey can brag as a qualified manufacturer. A tailored twin-turbocharged engine gives the Venom F5 1,817 horsepower to use, with speeds up to 301 mph.

(5) SSC Tuatara: With aerodynamic carbon-fiber construction and a lightweight styling, this model pursues to beat its competitors by more than just a mile or two. Its top speed is cited to be 300 mph.