Last Updated on
Aston Martin One-77
The Aston Martin One-77 is a two-door coupé built by Aston Martin. There were only 77 cars made (which is the reason why the 77 appears on the name of the car) and it was sold for GB£1,150,000. The top speed was estimated to be 200 mph (320 km/h) but actual tests in December 2009 showed a figure of 220.007 mph (354.067 km/h), with a 0–60 mph time of approximately 3.5 seconds.
The Ascari A10 is a supercar produced by the British company Ascari Cars and was conceived by Dutch millionaire Klaas Zwart. The A10 features a modified 4,941 cc (302 cu in) BMW V8 engine which produces 625 bhp (466 kW) delivered via a six-speed sequential manual gearbox. This enables the Ascari to reach top speeds of 220 mph.
Although there are only three of these extraordinary looking cars and two of those were the only ones sold, it has made a mark in the supercar world by getting priced at a whopping $4 million dollars making it one of the fastest most expensive cars ever produced. It is street legal even if it is designed for the track.
The Apollo is a 1,100 kg (2,400 lb) to 1,200 kg (2,600 lb) street-legal race car. Gumpert claims the design of the Apollo is optimized so that the car could drive upside-down in a tunnel if driven at sufficiently high speeds (over 190 mph), but this has not been tested. Nevertheless since the car has a top speed of 223.9 mph, it probably should be tested.
Bristol Fighter T
The Fighter T is the turbocharged version of the Fighter with a modified Chrysler V10 producing 1,012 bhp (755 kW; 1,026 PS) and 1,036 lbft (1,405 N•m) of torque at 4,500 rpm. Bristol claims that the car is capable of more than 270 mph (430 km/h); however it is electronically limited to a “more than adequate” 225 mph (362 km/h).