You like the best. Only the best. That’s why no ordinary supercar will do for you. No, you deserve the top-of-the-top and, therefore, when you go car shopping you go down to the local hypercar lot.
- One hypercar that you most likely have considered is the Koenigsegg Agera R. This Swedish 1,140-horsepower pocket monster was, rightly so, built within an old jet hanger. For a paltry $1.6 million your ride can have a top speed of 273 miles per hour and a zero-to-200 mpg time of under 18 seconds.
- Lamborghini, of course, deserves a spot on any list of hypercars. Its $3.4 million Veneno has around 400 fewer horses than does the Koenigsegg Agera R, while featuring a speed and control friendly all-wheel drive.
- Named by the Big Coffee Bean himself, Fidel Castro, the Pagani Zonda Revolucion comes in at just under $3 million. Within this Pagani beats a 800-horsepower V12 hooked to a six-speed sequential transmission that is able change gears in 20 milliseconds.
- The $2.2 million Bugatti Veyron deserves its placing on the list because it is, well, a Bugatti. The Veyron does its brand proud with its 1,000 horses and its air-conditioning and stereo, two features that are not often found in hypercars.
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