I wrote recently about supercars, hypercars, and megacars and explained that, as far as I know, there is no official definition regarding the difference between supercars and hypercars.
However, as to Megacars, there is a marker: the motor car in question must exceed one megawatt, which equates to 1,340hp.
There are very few cars classified as Megacars; these include such cars as the Koenigsegg Agera One:1, the Koenigsegg Jesko, the Hennessey Venom F5, the Bugatti Chiron and, of course, the Rimac Nevera.
The first Megacar was the Koenigsegg Agera One:1, unveiled in 2014.
This was made possible by its powerful 1,341-horsepower 5.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine.
Only six were built, plus a prototype.
For the technical amongst you, it was the first production, street-legal motor car to achieve a power-to-weight ratio of 1:1.
The body was constructed of carbon fibre, allowing the Agera one metric hp for every Kg of curb weight.
I hope that clears up any confusion regarding the definition of a Megacar.
How much easier if we had a Superwatt or Hyperwatt as a measurement?
Well, excuse my ignorance; it appears there is a measurement, the Superwatt.
However, it is 10,000 megawatts.
Now, I am baffled.