The fascination with speed is deeply rooted in the human, our competitive spirit, thrill and adrenaline rush desire and the sensory experiences enjoyed.
It’s a fundamental aspect of human nature that has shaped our development and continues to drive innovation.
Speed can provide a sense of freedom, a sense of liberation.
These reasons partially explain why supercars, hypercars and megacars are required to consume the appetite for the fastest four-wheeled machines the human mind can conceptualise.
A megacar must have more than one-megawatt power output – Christian von Koenigsegg.
The world’s current top ten automotive powerhouses:
✺ 2024 Bugatti W16 Mistral. 260.9mph
✺ 2023 Zenvo TSR-GT. 263.4mph
✺ 2010. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. 268mph
✺ 2014 Hennessey Venom GT. 270mph
✺ 2023 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport. 273mph
✺ 2023 Czinger 21C. 281mph
✺ 2017 Koenigsegg Agera RS. 285mph
✺ 2019 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+. 299.5mph
✺ 2022 SSC Tuatara. 300+mph
✺ 2023 Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut. 330mph