No. 4 Porsche 918
The Porsche 918 is the production version of the previous 918RSR and 918spyder concept cars. The car was put into mass production in September 2013.
The 918’s black body design complements the white lines and is a tribute to the 917. The car features advanced features such as adaptive rear axle steering, carbon fiber chassis and a fully adaptive aerodynamic kit.
Preliminary tests have shown that 918 achieves a speed of 325 km / h in less than 3 seconds with an output power exceeding 770 hp. With the help of a 6.8kwh lithium-ion battery pack, the car can travel 25km in pure electric mode to a speed of 150km / h.
- McLaren P1
The McLaren P1 is a super sports car with a power of over 900 hp, a 100 km acceleration time of 2.8 seconds, a computer speed limit of 350 km/h and a speed limit of 380 km/h or more. The car will be powered by a 3.8-liter V8 engine with a maximum power of 737 hp and an increase of 179 hp through the KERS kinetic energy recovery system already used in F1 racing.
The McLaren P1 has a very aggressive design, the model is relatively simple, the black and yellow two-color matching color will be lower than the front two splits, the front bumper bottom flat bottom rear spoiler lip is flat car chassis, front wheel front has The role of the shark fin spoiler is to drive the brakes before more air to optimize cooling.
Second place: Ferrari LaFerrari
Ferrari LaFerrari (F70) is the flagship super sports car launched by Ferrari. It made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2013, replacing Enzo Ferrari with just 499. LaFerrari uses a hybrid system called HY-kers, in which the 6.3-liter V12 naturally aspirated engine can output up to 588 kW and the motor can output 120 kW independently, so LaFerrari’s total output is 708 kW.
LaFerrari’s 0-100km / h acceleration time is less than 3 seconds, 0-200km / h acceleration time is less than 7 seconds, 0-300km / h acceleration time is 15 seconds, the maximum speed exceeds 350km / h. LaFerrari sets new standards for super sports cars with superior performance, aerodynamic efficiency and handling.
This car is powered by a hybrid. The hybrid technology, called hy-kers, represents the perfect combination of extreme performance and low emissions. In fact, LaFerrari emits only 330 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer, and does not consider pure electricity, which is not the design goal of the car. Of course, the future goal of the hydraulic system is to be able to travel several kilometers in pure electric mode. During development and testing, the all-electric version of LaFerrari produces 220 grams of CO2 per kilometer in a combined operating cycle.
First place: koenigsegg one: 1
Koenigsegg One: 1, at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. As the name suggests, “One: One” symbolizes the car’s 1:1 weight/hp ratio. The car has a top speed of over 450km / h and an acceleration time of 0-400km / h, an amazing 20 seconds. Global production is limited to 6 sets.
Koenigsegg One: 1 is the world’s first legal road model with a power-to-mass ratio of 1:1 (kg / HP). It is also the world’s first supercar – a legal road model with a power of 1 megawatt (1000 kW) and a road-legged tire with a maximum G of 2G.
The new 19-inch and Michelin tires feature carbon-fiber rims. The front wheel of the new car features a 397mm brake disc with six piston calipers. The rear wheels are equipped with 380 mm brake discs and 4-piston calipers. One: The whole vehicle was built. The rear is equipped with an active spoiler to provide sufficient high-speed downforce for the vehicle.
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