You aren’t fully embracing the luxury lifestyle unless you are driving through it at fast speed in one of these.
Using the finest materials, ever-changing cut-throat technology and the desire to make it on to ‘the fastest cars in the world’ shortlist these car manufacturers are moving ahead at, if you’ll excuse the pun, lightning speeds.
Currently, the chasing of the golden threshold of ~480kph (300mph) look like will be beaten for sure in 2020. Officially the list keeps changing but here is our pick of the favourites.
If you’d like your supercar to shout class then this is the one for the ultimate gentlemen amongst you. The third-generation Bentley Continental GT has the design of luxury coupled with serious power. Top speed of 207 mph. Zero to 60 in 3.6 seconds.
If it’s not class you’re shouting but absolute exclusivity and the ability to jump the queue then you’ll be driving the Pagani Huayra BC Roadster. Exclusive because there is only 40 produced, with its cutaway glass details it’s designed to be the lighter hyper car there is. Top speed of
236mph. Zero to 60 in2.2 seconds.
If you’d like to be a warrior of the road then obviously it’s the Aston Martin Valkyrie for you. Named after the mythological female Norse warriors. Designed to be the fastest road legal super car and super rare too; limited to only 150 models to be produced. Top speed of 250mph and zero to 60 in 2.5 seconds.
Is it really a list of super cars if there’s not a Porsche on the list? The rear wheel drive Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the fastest and most capable Porsche out there. Full of mechanical wizardry that Porsche purists can talk about for hours, this has top speed of 211 mph. Zero to 60 2.7 seconds.