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The 80 Fastest Cars Ranked by 0-60 Times

From the fastest car in the world (Bugatti Veyron) to the #80 ranked car (Lamborghini Diablo SV) – check out the fastest cars ranked by 0-60 times in this “Top 80 Fastest Cars” breakdown.

When you are done taking a look at through all of this car eye candy, be sure to enter your ZIP code above for FREE online car insurance quotes – whether you drive a Ferrari or a Fiesta!

We all want to find the best rates on car insurance, right? I mean, it might be a little humbling to enter the info of one of our rides to get quotes after checking out these super fast beauties but hey, at least we can look (and drool) a little, right?

Bugatti Veyron Fastest Car

#1 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

 0-60 Time: 2.5 seconds

Here is the car that answers the question, “What is the #1 fastest car in the world?” The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is built in France but designed in Germany and engineered by Volkswagen.

Priced at approximately 2.5 million dollars, if you can afford this sports car, buying car insurance for it shouldn’t be a problem and neither should the $25,000 tires. At least 300 of these cars have been sold since 2005. With the 0-60 time, you will never get beaten off the line with this car!

 Ariel Atom 500 Superfast Sports Car 

#2 Ariel Atom 500

 0-60 Time: 2.5

Based in England but manufactured in the United States as well, the Ariel Atom is a bare bones car in appearance. There is no roof or windows and the chassis is visually apparent.

With top speeds of up to 150mph and a low weight that helps it corner seamlessly, this sports car has a base price starting at less than $50,000. Because it is manufactured in the United States, it could most likely be classified as the fastest car in the U.S.

 Caparo T1 Superfast Sports Car 

#3 Caparo T1

0-60 Time: 2.5

The British made Caparo T1 is definitely a car you can imagine James Bond driving. The two-seater sports car looks similar to a Formula One and is intended to be a racing car that can be legally driven on the streets. You better insure this half a million dollar car before hitting the road with it.

 

 

#4 Orca SC7

0-60 Time: 2.6

Engineered with the famous precision of Switzerland, the Orca SC7 has top speeds of nearly 250 miles per hour. If you plan on driving this fast car at max speed, you may want speeder’s insurance as well as liability and collision car insurance.

 

#5 Ultima GTR

0-60 Time: 2.6

The English super car, the Ultima GTR, can be bought pre-manufactured or as a kit. Its power to weight ratio is better than a Ferrari and its V8 engine is the same block that powers a Porsche. This luxury car is fast and certainly won’t be cheap to insure, but with custom built car insurance, this is a hobbyist’s dream.

SCC Ultimate Aero Superfast Sports Car

#6 SSC Ultima Aero TT

0-60 Time:  2.78

The SSC Ultima Aero TT is an American made two-seater that sells for $750,000. With Ferrari style butterfly doors this car is built on a replica of a Lamborghini chassis. This super sports car is designed with titanium and carbon fiber to make it ultra light. Only 25 of these cars were produced.

 Ascari A10 Superfast Sports Car

#7 Ascari A10

0-60 Time: 2.8

This quarter of a million dollar British car was designed by Paul Brown, who also designed the Formula One. Although it has a BMW engine, the insurance for this sports car is sure to cost more than a regular BMW, which can cost around $1,800 per year.

 Saleen S7 Twin Turbo Superfast Sports Car

 #8 Saleen S7 Twin Turbo

0-60 Time: 2.8

At one time, the Saleen S7 Twin Turbo came with an optional package that increased the power to 1000 horsepower. This sports car has top speeds that range from 248mph to 260mph and has a 6-speed manual transmission.

Assembled in California, this car sells for more than half a million dollars, so if you can afford it, you can afford the insurance.

 Koenigsegg Agera Superfast Sports Car

 #9 Koenigsegg Agera

0-60 Time: 2.8

With a top speed of over 250 mph, the Koenigsegg Agera needs insurance ahead of time. The two-door roadster started being produced in Sweden in 2011. A 5.0 Twin Turbo V8 helps this sports car go from 0-124 in only 7 seconds.

 Gumpert Apollo Superfast Sports Car 

#10 Gumpert Apollo Sport

0-60 Time: 2.9

Manufactured in Germany, the Gumpert Apollo Sport sports car weighs only up to 2,600 pounds. This is in part due to the carbon fiber body and fiberglass options. It has been in production since 2005 and is still in production today. If you are not planning on racing, you can also get the sport version or just the base version.

 Hennessey Venom GT Superfast Sports Car

 #11 Hennessey Venom GT

0-60 Time: 2.9

If you have $600,000 to spend on a car and you want a limited edition vehicle, then you may want to put down a payment on a Hennessey Venom GT. Only 10 of these cars have been produced annually starting in 2011.

 Porsche 911 Turbo S Superfast Sports Car

 #12 Porsche 911 Turbo S

0-60 Time: 2.9

Priced at just a little more than $150,000, the Porsche 911 Turbo is a product of German engineering and assembly. Porsche has been around since 1963. It’s a shame the price of insurance has gone up since then because today, Porsches are one of the most expensive cars to insure at $3,000 per year.

 Lamborghini Jota Superfast Sports Car

#13 Lamborghini Jota

0-60 Time: 3.0

The classic Italian Lamborghini Jota is a rare, valuable and highly sought after vehicle. This car was made in the 1970’s. It had a rebirth as a concept car in 2006. It is this 2006 concept vehicle that has the 3.0 0-60 time.

Lamborghini stands by its goal of always pushing forward and decided not to manufacture this remake of a past favorite.

Like many of the sports cars listed here, the Lamborghini has a body that is made of carbon fiber, but it also has body parts made of aluminum, making it ultra light and super fast. It makes the list, but you won’t be seeing this Lamborghini on the road anytime soon.

 Koenigsegg CCXR Superfast Sports Car

 #14 Koenigsegg CCXR

0-60 Time: 3.1

Although there is now debate as to whether or not E85 is really an environmentally friendly alternative fuel, when the Koenigsegg CCXR came out in 2007, it was one of the first superfast sports cars to utilize this option.

Using E85 fuel won’t save you money at the pump or with your car insurance, but there are tax incentives for buying green cars.

 Ferrari 430 Scuderia Superfast Sports Car

 #15 Ferrari 430 Scuderia

0-60 Time: 3.1

Assembled in Italy, the Ferrari 430 Scuderia sold for less than $300,000 and had two different body styles. Although not all insurance companies will insure a Ferrari sports car, the cost of insurance for the Ferrari 430 Scuderia is not much more than the Ferrari 360, priced at only approximately $1600 per year.

 Rossion Q1 Superfast Sports Car

 #16 Rossion Q1

0-60 Time: 3.1

Designed by a US car maker, the Rossion Q1 is a two-seater coupe that is assembled in South Africa. Available in a wide range of 17 different colors, this little sports car is only $108,000.

Because it is assembled in South Africa, we would even go out on a limb and say that it is the fastest car in South Africa.

 Caterham 7

 #17 Caterham 7

0-60 Time: 3.1

Is the Caterham 7 a sports car or a sports bike? In production since 1973, this open two-seater is quick and playful. Available pre-built or as a kit, this car has a top speed of 155mph. There are several different styles available, including the Classic, the Roadster, and the Superlight versions.

 Ferrari Enzo Superfast Sports Car

 #18 Ferrari Enzo

0-60 Time: 3.14

Priced at more than half a million dollars, the Enzo Ferrari was in production for only two years. 400 of these two-seater sports cars were manufactured between 2002 and 2004.

If you are lucky enough to have one of these limited edition vehicles, you are probably paying a high insurance premium based on this Ferrari’s value (but then again, you already knew we were going to say that).

 Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce Superfast Sports Car

 #19 Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce

0-60 Time: 3.2

More than 4,000 Lamborghinis have been manufactured since 2001. Assembled in Italy, the Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce was introduced in 2009 at the Geneva Motor Show. Only 350 of these superfast sports cars were manufactured and they sell for $450,000.

 Zenvo-ST1 Superfast Sports Car

 #20 Zenvo ST1

0-60 Time: 3.2

Manufactured in Denmark, the Zenvo ST1 was in production in 2009. It can achieve over 1,100 horsepower but was still designed for everyday driving. It’s a small two-door coupe that has a lightweight carbon fiber body.

Top speeds can exceed 233 mph, so even with everyday driving, your car insurance premium may reflect the risk of this quick little car.

 Lotus Esprit Superfast Sports Car

 #21 Lotus Esprit

0-60 Time: 3.2

in 2014, the newest Lotus Esprit hit the streets officially. The latest design for this sports car is based on a Lamborghini front end and is powered by a V8 that is pressure charged. Start saving now for the Lotus Esprit. It’s only $110,000 (only?).

 Koenigsegg CCX Superfast Sports Car

 #22 Koenigsegg CCX

0-60 Time: 3.2

This little two-door roadster is a competition coupe that is made in Sweden. Unlike its CCRX counterpart, this sports car does not run on alternative fuel so it is actually not as powerful. However, it has top speeds of 250mph and can go 0-60 in 3.2 seconds.

 Mclaren F1

#23 McLaren F1

0-60 Time: 3.2

There are several reasons for the hefty price tag of almost a million dollars on the McLaren F1. There are only 100 of these sports cars chugging around, with the last one being produced in 1998.

Limited production and age are two reasons that make this car valuable, but so is the novel three-person seating, with the driver sitting in the middle position.

 Noble M400 Superfast Sports Cars

 #24 Noble M400

0-60 Time: 3.2

The British designed Noble M400 was manufactured from 2004 until 2007. Made from fiberglass, this sports car was actually manufactured in South Africa. It has a V6 engine but is lightweight enough to go 0-60 in 3.2.

The insurance on this car won’t cost you more than the insurance on a Porsche, giving you a fast car at affordable car insurance rates.

 Ford RS200 Superfast Sports Car

 #25 Ford RS200

0-60 Time: 3.275

0-60 in 3.275 is really quick, especially considering that the Ford RS200 achieved speeds this fast in the mid-1980s. The body of this sports car was made of both plastic and fiberglass, and the weight of the car was better distributed by placing the transmission up front.

Unfortunately, a fatal car crash at a rally caused this legal street car to become obsolete. This Ford rounds up the 25 fastest cars in the world, but we still have more to tell you about!

 Nissan GTR Superfast Sports Car

 #26 Nissan GT-R

0-60 Time: 3.3

The Japanese assembled Nissan GT-R was introduced to the world between 2007 and 2009. A two-door sports coupe, the Nissan GT-R has a hand built gearbox and engine. Although this is one of the most affordable sports cars, priced at around $85,000, this is one of the most costly cars to insure, at around $2,500 per year.

 Lamborghini Reventon Superfast Sports Car

 #27 Lamborghini Reventon

0-60 Time: 3.3

Only twenty Lamborghini Reventon sports cars were produced from 2008 to 2009. All of them have the same dull gray exterior and low two-seater profile. If you can afford this 2.1 million dollar sports car then you probably don’t have to worry about affording the car insurance for this valuable and very limited edition car.

 Porsch Panamera Turbo Superfast Sports Car

 #28 Porsche Panamera Turbo

0-60 Time: 3.3

The Porsche Panamera Turbo is not a limited edition sports car. More than 25,000 of these five-door full-size luxury vehicles have been manufactured in Germany since 2009. This is one of the first four-seater sports cars that bridge the gap between sports performance and family travel luxury. It is priced at less than $150,000.

 Chevrolet Corvette C6 VR1 Superfast Sports Car

 #29 Chevrolet Corvette C6 VR1

0-60 Time: 3.3

Priced at more than $100,000, this Chevrolet Corvette C6 VR1 is assembled right here in the United States in the bluegrass state of Kentucky. The lightweight sports car is made with an aluminum chassis and carbon fiber body. The engine is a supercharged V8 that produces 638 horsepower, providing top speeds of 205mph.

 Ford GT Superfast Sports Car

 #30 Ford GT

0-60 Time 3.3

Produced from 2005 until 2006, more than 4,000 Ford GT two-seater sports cars were assembled in Michigan in the United States. The sports car had high demand in the beginning, selling at $100,000 over its initial MSRP selling price of around $150,000.

 Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Superfast Sports Car

 #31 Lamborghini Murcielago LP640

0-60 Time: 3.3

The Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 was introduced as a concept car at the Geneva Motor Show in 2006. It had a V12 engine that boasted only 8mpg in the city and 13mpg on the highway. With a selling price of over $300,000 and poor fuel economy, the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 is not a sports car that can be afforded by everyone (no duh, right?).

 Noble M12 GTO 3R Superfast Sports Car

 #32 Noble M12 GTO-3R

0-60 Time: 3.3

The Noble M12 GTO-3R was built in South Africa in 2000. Originally designed by Lee Noble, a US company called 1G Racing has since bought the rights to produce the Noble M12 GTO-R3. To insure this two-door coupe, plan on spending around $1,600 per year in the United States.

 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano F1 Superfast Sports Car

 #33 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

0-60 Time 3.35

The Italian made two-seater Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano made its initial appearance at the Geneva Motor Show in 2006. The sports car comes with either a 6-speed manual transmission or a super fast 6-speed sequential transmission called the F1.

 Pagani Zonda Tricolore Superfast Sports Car

 #34 Pagani Zonda Tricolore

0-60 Time: 3.4

Originally presented in 1999, the Italian-made Pagani Zonda Tricolore continues to be manufactured at a limited edition rate of roughly 10 cars every year.

Available as either a coupe or convertible, the car sells for around $700,000 and is one of the most expensive cars to insure, if you can even find an insurance company to insure it.

 Ferrari 458 Superfast Sports Car

 #35 Ferrari 458 Italia

0-60 Time: 3.4

With production starting in 2009, the Ferrari 458 Italia is a two-seater sports car boasting a V8 engine and 7-speed transmission.

All 1,258 Ferrari 458 vehicles were recalled in September of 2010 to address a wheel arc fire threat. Cars that caught fire were replaced with new ones and all others were modified to eliminate the problem.

 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera LP570-4 Superfast Sports Car

 #36 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera LP570-4

0-60 Time: 3.4

Available as a two-door coupe or a two-door spyder, the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera LP570 costs less than a quarter of a million dollars. Beyond the initial expense of this car, there is the cost of insurance.

However, the greatest cost could very well be the $15,000 it will cost to ship the car back and forth to Italy every 10,000 miles for maintenance. If the Lamborghini Gallardo 0-60 time didn’t raise your eyebrows, just think of the maintenance costs!

 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Superfast Sports Car

 #37 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4

0-60 Time: 3.4

The Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 sells for $205,000 to $220,000 depending on the options you select.

Although this sports car is 44 pounds lighter than the base model Lamborghini Gallardo, it is 220 pounds heavier than the Superleggera LP570-4 model. The Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 model also comes in a coupe style or a spyder style.

 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera Superfast Sports Car

 #38 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera

0-60 Time: 3.4

The Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera was produced from 2007 until 2008, during which time 172 were manufactured and sold. It was released in five colors: black, grey, orange, white, and yellow, with orange being the most popular production color and white the least common.

 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster Superfast Sports Car

 #39 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster

0-60 Time: 3.4

Pagani released only five of the Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster sports cars from 2009 to 2010. At over $2 million dollars each, this limited edition vehicle may cost just as much to insure. It is definitely one of the rarest models released by the Italian auto maker, raising the value even more.

 Mercedes AMG CLK GTR Superfast Sports Car

 #40 Mercedes-AMG CLK GTR

0-60 Time: 3.4

The Mercedes-AMG CLK GTR is another limited breed of sports cars, with only 35 vehicles produced from 1998 to 1999. Both the two-door coupe and two-door convertibles were assembled in Germany.

Priced at more than 1.5 million dollars, these rare and aging vehicles may be difficult to insure. If you are able to get one, make sure to check the Mercedes CLK GTR specs to insure your CLK GTR AMG is properly equipped.

 McLaren MP4-12C Superfast Sports Car

 #41 McLaren MP4-12C

0-60 Time: 3.4

Frank Stephenson from McLaren Automotive designed the McLaren MP4-12C, and it entered production in 2011. The two-seat coupe has a suggested selling price of around $200,000.  Equipped with a twin turbo 3.8L V8 engine and a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, this carbon fiber sports car is intended for speed.

 Porsche 911 Turbo Superfast Sports Car

 #42 Porsche 911 Turbo

0-60 Time: 3.4

Assembled in Germany, the Porsche has been manufactured since 1963. The Porsche 911 Turbo, known in the United States as the Porsche 930, was in production from 1975 until 1989.

It is known for its large rear spoiler and wide wheel arches. In the beginning it was equipped with a 3.0L engine and by the time production ceased it had a 3.3L engine.

 Westfield Megabusa Superfast Sports Car

 #43 Westfield Megabusa

0-60 Time: 3.48

The Westfield Megabusa is made in Britain by Westfield Sportscars. This little sports car is only 131” long and 63” wide. It has an open top with a cage roof for crash protection and it is also equipped with anti-roll bars.

Although designed as a track car, it is legally able to be driven on the street, provided you can get insurance for it.

 Porsch Panamera Turbo Superfast Sports Car

 #44 Porsche 911 GT1

0-60 Time: 3.5

The Porsche 911 GT1 is the street version of the race car that was designed for racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

It has a light curb weight of only 2,094 to 2,758 pounds but had to have the engine detuned in order to become street legal. Even so, the Porsche 911 GT1 can achieve 0-60 in 3.5 with a maximum speed of 235 mph.

 Porsche Carrera GT Superfast Sports Car

 #45 Porsche Carrera GT

0-60 Time: 3.5

From 2004 until 2006, the Porsche Carrera GT was manufactured in Germany. 1,270 of these two-door roadster sports cars were produced. Only 604 of those were sold in the United States and they cost approximately half a million dollars before Porsche discontinued this line due to changes in the airbag laws.

 Dodge Viper SRT10 Superfast Sports Car

 #46 Dodge Viper SRT-10

0-60 Time: 3.5

Made in Detroit, Michigan, the Dodge Viper is a street-legal sports car that was in production from 1991 all the way until 2010. A newly designed Dodge Viper surfaced in 2013. The Dodge Viper SRT-10 was a carbon fiber concept coupe that never made it into production.

 Ferrari 430 Scuderia Superfast Sports Car

 #47 Ferrari F430 Scuderia (European Spec)

0-60 Time: 3.5

The Ferrari F430 Scuderia was introduced in 2007, boasting a reduced weight to power ratio in comparison to the base Ferrari F430 model. It claimed to be faster than certain models of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche and equivalent to the Nissan GT-R.

 Bristol Fighter T Superfast Sports Car

 #48 Bristol Fighter T

0-60 Time: 3.5

The Bristol Fighter T was introduced in 2006 by Bristol Car, an automaker in Britain. With a turbo charged V10 engine, this sports car has top speeds of more than 270mph. It may be hard to get more than just liability insurance for a sports car of this nature.

 Lotus Elan Superfast Sports Car

 #49 Lotus Elan R

0-60 Time: 3.5

The Lotus Elan has been out of production since the 1990’s. However, 2013 held the promise of the new Lotus Elan R, which was introduced as a concept car in Paris in 2010. Production was canceled, though, so this fast car never actually hit the street.

 Porsche 911 GT2 Superfast Sports Car

 #50 Porsche 911 GT2 RS

0-60 Time: 3.5

The German made Porsche 911 GT2 RS was in production from 1993 until 2010. As a two-door coupe, the GT2 is a souped up model with numerous upgrades, including key elements such as the brakes and the engine. When you call for insurance quotes, be sure to mention that this model is rear wheel drive only.

 Jaguar XJ220 Superfast Sports Car

 #51 Jaguar XJ220

0-60 Time: 3.5

Jaguar has always maintained a name for producing high quality luxury cars with smooth handling capability. The Jaguar XJ220 was a 1989 street-legal project sports car that came to fruition in 1992, listing at $580,000. A total of only 281 cars were produced by 1994.

 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Superfast Sports Car

 #52 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII MR FQ400

0-60 Time: 3.5

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII MR FQ was a modification of the original Mitsubishi Lancer Evo model. This eighth generation model was manufactured between 2003 and 2005, with the MR version being manufactured from 2004 until 2006.

An aluminum roof help reduce the overall weight, bringing the curb weight of this sports car to approximately 3,000 pounds.

 Aston Martin One 77 Superfast Sports Car

 #53 Aston Martin One-77

0-60 Time: 3.5

The Aston Martin One-77 was not fully revealed to the public until 2009. Aston Martin has manufactured 77 of these coupes. The cost for this vehicle is well over a million dollars. The 77 people who bought this car may want to contact their insurance company to try to secure full coverage for this rare sports car.

 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ-400 Superfast Sports Cars

 #54 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X GSR FQ400

0-60 Time: 3.5

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X GSR FQ400 is the UK model that became available in June of 2009. Priced at $80,000, only 100 of these sports cars were planned for production.

Interior amenities include Bluetooth technology, CD Tuners, and DVD satellite navigation, so be sure to get comprehensive coverage so that these devices are included in your car insurance.

 Noble M15 Superfast Sports Car

 #55 Noble M15

0-60 Time 3.5

The Noble M15 was designed by Lee Noble and is manufactured by Noble in the United Kingdom. The two-door coupe went into production in 2006 and continued being manufactured until 2011. The M15 is comparable to the Porsche 911 Turbo and was designed to run like a track car but look and feel like a general sports car.

 Ronn Scorpion Superfast Sports Car

 #56 Ronn Scorpion

0-60 Time: 3.5

The Ronn Scorpion is one of the most unique sports cars because it is a hydrogen-powered hybrid vehicle. The Ronn Scorpion was manufactured in Texas in 2008 and can achieve top speeds of more than 200mph. Thanks to its hydrogen and fuel combination capability, this sports car can get more than 40 mpg.

 TVR Sagaris Superfast Sports Car

 #57 TVR Sagaris

0-60 Time: 3.6

The British-manufacturer, TVR, produced the TVR Sagaris from 2005 to 2006. The TVR Sagaris is not equipped with typical safety features such as airbags, ABS, traction control, or electronic stability control.

Since most insurance companies offer discounts for having these features, you can expect to pay more for your auto insurance with the TVR Sagaris.

 Porsche 959 Superfast Sports Car

 #58 Porsche 959

0-60 Time: 3.6

From 1986 to 1989, Porsche produced a limited edition of 337 two-door coupes called the Porsche 959. The Porsche 959 was in development for five years before it went to the production line in Germany. The Porsche 959 was not allowed to be imported to the United States until 2001.

 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Superfast Sports Car

#59 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

0-60 Time: 3.6

There were three models of the Chevrolet Corvette Z06. The C2 ZO6 was first manufactured in 1963. The next series of Chevrolet Corvette Z06 was the C5, which was manufactured from 2001 until 2004. After a 2 year gap, the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 C6 series started production in 2006 and is still manufactured today.

 Audi R8 GT Superfast Sports Car

#60 Audi R8 GT

0-60 Time: 3.6

The Audi R8 GT was released in 2010 with a $225,000 sticker price. With a V10 engine, this car has a top speed of up to 199mph and is one of the fastest Audi sports cars designed to date. There was a limited edition release of only 333 cars, so you can expect insurance to be high on the Audi R8 GT.

 Bugatti EB110 Superfast Sports Car

 #61 Bugatti EB110

0-60 Time: 3.6

Introduced in 1991, the Bugatti EB110 has a quad powered V12 engine. 139 of these two-door coupes were manufactured within the four-year time frame before the company went bankrupt.

A German company bought the remaining cars that were still works-in-progress and later used the excess inventory for its sports car, the Edonis.

 Fisker Tramonto Superfast Sports Car

 #62 Fisker Tramonto

0-60 Time: 3.6

Fisker Coachbuild was a private automaker in California that was founded in 2005 by two partners.  There were only 150 hand-built Fisker Tramonto sports cars made. Each one is numbered, adding value and legitimacy to these unique superfast cars.

With either the 8 cylinder or the 12 cylinder engine, at top speed the Fisker Tramonto achieves 202mph.

 Pagani Zonda F Superfast Sports Car

 #63 Pagani Zonda F Clubsport

0-60 Time: 3.6

The Pagani Zonda has a long running lifeline, being in production from 1999 until the 2011. The Pagani Zonda F Clubsport beat the Porsche Carerra GT at Nurburgring but was beat by the Corvette ZR1.

If you live in the United States you do not need to worry about insuring one of the 25 cars manufactured; it is not compatible with United States laws.

 TVR Tuscan S Superfast Sports Car

 #64 TVR Tuscan S

0-60 Time: 3.68

Manufactured by TVR from 1999 to 2006, the TVR Tuscan S was assembled in the United Kingdom.

It offered five different engine options, ranging from 350 horsepower to 400 horsepower. As is customary with TVR sports cars, the TVR Tuscan S is not equipped with standard safety features such as ABS or traction control.

 Pagani Zonda C12 S Superfast Sports Car

 #65 Pagani Zonda C12 S

0-60 Time: 3.7

In 2000, the Pagani Zonda C12 S was released, achieving 0-60 in 3.7 seconds with a top speed of 209mph. Priced at $350,000, only 15 cars were put on the market, making these very rare and valuable cars. It may be hard to find an insurance company willing to cover your Pagani Zonda C12 S for more than just liability.

 Ferrari F50 Superfast Sports Car

 #66 Ferrari F50
0-60 Time: 3.7

The Ferrari F50 was not inexpensive when it was release in 1997. At almost a half a million dollars, these Italian-made sports cars were limited to a production volume of 349.

Made predominantly in red, the hard-top convertible superfast sports car was a head turner.

 Ascari KZ1 Superfast Sports Car

#67 Ascari KZ1

0-60 Time: 3.7

Made by Ascari from 2003 until the present, the Ascari KZ1 has a V8 engine and can reach 201mph. With only 50 cars released, the price tag of $370,000 is almost guaranteed to increase through second hand sales.

The car is not built strictly by machine and requires almost 350 hours of manual handiwork for each car, significantly adding to the value.

 Corvette Z06 Superfast Sports Car

#68 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

0-60 Time: 3.7

The Chevrolet Corvette Z06 that was released in 2006 boasted a 505 horsepower and a V7 engine.

The aluminum and titanium chassis and body parts helped reduce the curb weight by 136 pounds over the traditional model, helping the car average 19mg. Only 500 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 sports cars were manufactured.

 Ferrari 599GTB Superfast Sports Car

#69 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

0-60 Time: 3.7

The two-seat Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano debuted in 2006 and continued production until 2012. It has a 6.0L V12 engine and offers a choice of a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed F1 superfast transmission.

The cost of this Ferrari was approximately $275,000 but you will need find someone willing to part with their used one to buy it now.

 Roadster Sport Superfast Sports Car

#70 Roadster Sport

0-60 Time: 3.7

At less than $130,000 this is one of the more affordable superfast sports cars. What makes it most unique, however, is that it is a battery operated electric vehicle, running completely without the need for fuel.

It can travel over 240 miles per charge. Tesla put the car into production in 2008 and continued manufacturing it until 2012.

 Lexus LF A Superfast Sports Car

#71 Lexus LFA

0-60 Time: 3.7

The Lexus LFA was released in 2011 with a suggested selling price of around $350,000 to $375,000. Touted as a racing car and as a sports car, the Lexus LFA had a production run of 500 cars, averaging 20 cars per month for two years.

These cars sold out on pre-order before they were even produced!

 Mercedes Benz SLR Mclaren Superfast Sports Car

#72 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

0-60 Time: 3.8

Mercedes-Benz and McLaren Automotive joined forces to develop the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Grand Tourer. As a light racing sports car, it can achieve a top speed of 208mph. Priced at half a million dollars, this is one of the most expensive superfast sports cars you can buy.

 Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Superfast Sports Car

#73 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG

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Introduced in 2009, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG two-door coupe sports car entered production in 2010 in Germany. This luxury car is well-priced at only $200,000. It features fully detachable wing doors. This sports car will probably cost more to insure than the Mercedes-Benz S65, which costs around $2,800 a year.

 Ferrari F40 Superfast Sports Car

#74 Ferrari F40

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The 1992 Ferrari F40 was manufactured from 1987 until 1992, during which time 1,315 cars were released for sale. This Italian-made car was cited as one of the fastest sports cars available and was sold for $400,000.

This car is made more valuable because it was the last one commissioned by Enzo Ferrari and was his death wish.

 Saleen S7 Superfast Sports Car

#75 Saleen S7

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The Saleen S7 is an American-manufactured two-door sports car that was produced from 2000 to 2004. The chassis was engineered from scratch and the body is carbon fiber. The Saleen S7 has unique features, such as a front trunk in addition to the rear trunk.

 Lotec Sirius Superfast Sports Car

#76 Lotec Sirius

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A German company founded in 1962 designed and manufactured the Lotec Sirius starting in 2004. It has a potential horsepower of up to 1200 and is made primarily of carbon fiber. As with all modified superfast sports cars, finding a company to give you full car insurance coverage is the real challenge.

 Maserati MC12 Superfast Sports Car

#77 Maserati MC12

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Designed by the Italian automaker Maserati, the MC12 is a two-seater sports and racing car. 50 of these cars were produced between 2004 and 2005 and sold for approximately $830,000 each. Of course, insuring your Maserati is going to be quite expensive, but not as costly as not having the right coverage.

 Evans 486 LM Superfast Sports Car

#78 Evans 486 LM

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The Evans 486 LM is similar to the Evans 386 LM, with a slight difference to the front end of the body style. The Evans 486 LM has a maximum speed of 180 mph and sports a 4.7L V8 engine with a 5-speed transmission. Weighing in at only 2,310 pounds, this is a nimble racing machine.

 Invicta S1 600 Superfast Sports Car

#79 Invicta S1-600

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Made in Britain, the Invicta sports car is named after the auto company itself. The Invicta has undergone multiple changes since 1925 and in 2000 the Invicta S1 was introduced. The Invicta S1-600 can get up to 600bhp and has a top speed of 200mph.

Handcrafted and limited to 50 cars per year in production, this is another rare find.

 Lamborghini Diablo SV Superfast Sports Car

#80 Lamborghini Diablo SV

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The introduction of the Lamborghini Diablo SV came with an increase in horsepower of up to 510. The selling price for this sports car started at just over $238,000. It remained in production from 1995 to 1998.

As with all Lamborghinis, the cost of the car or car insurance is not as scary as the cost of shipping it to Italy for maintenance. Even though this is the final car of the worlds 80 fastest cars, it will still have people screaming when you beat them in a street race.

Source: Wikipedia

Let’s be honest… who wouldn’t want any of the cars on this list? #1 would be nice, sure, but #80 would also probably be 10x better than any of our rides (just saying…).

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