The car in fifth place as one of the world's fastest cars is the McLaren F1 LM. This sleek car was the title holder of ‘Fastest Car in the World’ for a whole 10 years. The maximum speed recorded for this series is 240 mph. This car even boasts of a gold-plated engine for faster cooling.
The car in fourth place of the world's fastest cars is the Ferrari Enzo. It is named after a legendary Italian manufacturer. It is the fastest Ferrari ever manufactured. There are only 399 Ferrari Enzo’s in existence today.
The third place spot in the world's fastest cars is the Ariel Atom. It looks like a standard race car, looking almost like a go-kart. It has a narrow exterior and is a one-seater. It has modest roots. It was manufactured by a small British company that had only about 10 employees, but really, this is a wonderful record for any company and being third certainly isn’t a joke. This humble car beats most of the cars of the big companies, and that is certainly a big feat. While the Ariel atom isn’t exactly the coolest looking car in the world, it certainly is one of the fastest. It’s just a fraction faster than the Ferrari Enzo. So if speed is the only thing that matters to you, you might want to buy one of these babies. Imagine, the cost one Porshe Carrera GT, the 6th fastest car in the world, is equal to the cost of twelve of these remarkable cars. So, instead of going for a fancy sports car, you might want to go racing with your buddies instead.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 holds the second place spot in the list of the world's fastest cars. While all the other cars were narrow and noisy, this car dared to be different. It combines speed with comfort. It can accommodate two people and has an engine that purrs. Riding on this baby is like riding on a high-speed limousine. It can go up to 253 mph which made it the fastest car in the world until only recently.
And on top of the list of the world's fastest cars is:
The ultimate car, the fastest car in the world, is the Ultima GTR. It has a 730-horsepower engine that allows it to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.6 seconds. It has officially earned its place in the Guinness Book of World Records as the fastest car in the world.
The heights, or rather speeds, to which people may go are certainly astounding, and it’s incredibly fascinating to wait for the next car that can beat the Ultima GTR - to wait for the next car that will push the limit.