No one doubts that these models are the fastest supercars in the world.

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We are now living in the golden age of cars, and their performance is severely squeezed. A sports car that breaks 100 in 3 seconds can be found everywhere. Now, with the addition of electric supercars, it seems that they can more easily break through the extreme acceleration of gas-powered sports cars. Supercars in less than two seconds were also exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show, but their prices also exceeded the needs of the average consumer.
Aston Martin Valkyrie Amr Pro 2018

The first model, the Valkyrie AMR Pro, has almost no legitimacy for the street Aston Martin Supercar version. The model version has a 24-hour endurance racing driver and a ground formula 1 spacecraft. It looks like future rock development, combining light and body posture. Simple and has good aerodynamic performance. It is equipped with a hybrid 6.5-liter V12 engine with a power of over 1,100 horsepower and approximately 1300 horsepower. An acceleration of 100 km is achieved in 2.5 seconds and there is a lot of downforce to keep the track sticky.
McLaren Senna

McLaren will present their own racing supercars at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show this year. The Senna GTR was an impressive model launched last December and is directly regarded as the successor to the McLaren P1. The upgrade includes more power, while the Senna GTR has at least 814 horsepower, and a lot of downforce can create terrible numbers on any track.
The power comes from the upgraded twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine that McLaren introduced in the 720S. On the upgraded components, the power unit also achieved a lighter internal structure. Although the successor to P1 is expected to be a hybrid, Senna currently lacks an electric motor. McLaren launched the Senna GTR as a concept, but has confirmed the production of the series.
Zenvo(Tsr) – S.

The interior of the TSR is largely based on the TS1, so if the new supercar is inspired by the original Zenvo, it should have a similar interior. All carbon fiber and interior specifications emphasize their sporting intent, while the active tail adds more rear endbars due to tilting to the left. Zenvo will use the TS1’s dual-charged 5.8-liter V8 engine, which will be launched in 2017, generating 700 horsepower, and the second phase will absorb 1,177 horsepower from the dual compressor unit. It can accelerate up to 100 kilometers in 2.8 seconds.
Bugatti Kairon Movement

As early as the beginning of 2000, Bugatti released the Veyron, a four-cylinder turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine with a power of 1,000 hp. At that time, Veyron completely reconfigured the way the supercar was displayed. Now, Bugatti is once again launching these data to explore the limits of the largest possible car model. The sport version is rated at 1500 hp and can be used to make better use of its features, with significant improvements to the steering system, shock absorbers and AWD torque vectoring system. Of course, the sports version achieves weight reduction by replacing several components of the carbon fiber replacement, including the stabilizer and intercooler cover, as well as new hubs, which reduces the total weight by approximately 18 kilograms. The top speed is 420 km/h.
Techrules Ren Rs

Ren RS has many design modifications to improve aerodynamics and cooling efficiency. More importantly, it looks crazy and almost as physically threatening as the original Le Mans LMP1. Ren RS does not meet most of the FIA’s racing rules, but it complies with some regulations. The carbon fiber seat made by OMP meets the standards approved by the FIA, and is equipped with a diesel micro-turbine engine and six electric motors with a maximum horsepower of 1,287 horsepower. To further enhance the driver’s safety, the Ren RS is equipped with an innovative safety canopy ejection system inspired by aerospace engineering. The roof is automatically opened in the event of a collision or abnormal yaw or pitch rate.
Rimac Two C

While Bugatti Chiron Sport represents the ultimate development in traditional fuel vehicle performance technology, the all-electric Rimac C Two represents the future. The overall look is similar to that of Concept One, with a wedge-shaped attitude that emphasizes low-altitude and wide space through curved body panels. Due to its high fender warhead, the front end is almost U-shaped, and the headlights are pulled back toward the carriage along the side of the vehicle. The motor can generate up to 1914 horsepower, all of which is transmitted to the wheels via four motors and four separate gearboxes. At an amazing 1.85 seconds of 100 km/h, you will reach a top speed of 410 km/h.


Although it seems that the all-electric supercar has broken the acceleration time of the fuel supercar, what I am saying is that when you are sitting in a fast sports car and you don’t have a roaring engine, do you have fun driving?

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