Modified Rides

The World's Fastest Sports Cars, Based on Quarter-Mile Times

On 25/01/2024

In Uncategorised

With astounding quarter-mile times, the fastest sports cars are at the pinnacle of automotive perfection.

Worlds fastest cars

Since the invention of the automobile, automakers have focused on building the fastest vehicle possible. Because of this, it is common to see automakers go above and above to produce sports vehicles that shatter previous records. These milestones are nonetheless greatly acclaimed even though they are frequently just surpassed by a hundredth of a second.

Sports vehicles, as opposed to regular commuter cars, are built with an emphasis on performance parameters including handling, acceleration, and race-day capability. There are a tonne of sports cars available, but not all of them are made equal, so we've selected 12 of the fastest based on quarter-mile timings.

12. 2023 McMurtry Spéirling: 8.0 Seconds

At the 2021 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the McMurtry Spéirling made its debut and quickly gained notoriety. The car's two rear-mounted electric motors are estimated to produce 1,000 horsepower in total, and its aggressive bodywork generates a significant amount of downforce. The McMurtry Spéirling's remarkable aerodynamic-driven frame and powerful engine allow it to reach 60 miles per hour in 1.4 seconds and complete a quarter-mile sprint in 8.0 seconds. The McMurtry Spéirling is currently the fastest sports car in the world thanks to these incredible stats, and street-legal versions are expected to be released soon.

Performance

0-60 MPH

1.4 seconds

Top Speed

200+ MPH

Horsepower

1,000 hp

Torque

1,033 lb-ft

Curb Weight

2,205 pounds

11. 2023 Rimac Nevera: 8.2 Seconds

Rimac nevera review ap 15Its elegant EV hypercar is priced above $2,000,000, proving that it is not for everyone. When combined with four surface-mounted magnetic motors, the 120 kWh battery pack of the Nevera produces an incredible 1,914 horsepower and 1,741 lb-ft of torque. The car's aerodynamic design and setup gave it the power to break 23 records in a single day. Among the noteworthy remarks are the times of 1.74 seconds to reach 60 mph from zero and 8.25 seconds to finish the quarter-mile run. Even though it isn't the world's fastest sports car, the Rimac Nevera did win the title of fastest road-legal electric vehicle when it was introduced.

Performance

0-60 MPH

1.74 seconds

Top Speed

258 MPH

Horsepower

1,914 hp

Torque

1,741 lb-ft

Curb Weight

4,740 pounds

 

10. 2023 Pininfarina Battista: 8.55 Seconds

Pininfarina battistaThe Battista shares a quad-motor drivetrain with the Nevera, but its variation produces 1,877 horsepower and 1,696 lb-ft of torque. These figures enable the 2023 Pininfarina Battista to reach 60 miles per hour in less than two seconds. With a 300-mile single charge rating and quick charging capabilities, the car's 120 kWh battery pack puts range anxiety to rest. With all of this technology combined, the Battista can cover a quarter-mile strip in just more than 8.5 seconds.

Performance

0-60 MPH

1.8 seconds

Top Speed

222 MPH

Horsepower

1,877 hp

Torque

1,696 lb-ft

Curb Weight

4,700+ pounds

9. 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170: 8.9 Seconds

2023 dodge challenger srt demon 170Those looking for a fast and potent sports vehicle may want to have a look at the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170. Under the hood of this muscle vehicle is a 6.2-liter supercharged HEMI V8 engine producing 1,025 horsepower and 945 lb-ft of torque. With this output, the 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 can complete a quarter-mile run at 151.17 mph in 8.91 seconds. Additionally, since Dodge only produced 3,300 of these cars, it will probably become a collector's item at some point.

Performance

0-60 MPH

1.66 seconds

Top Speed

215 MPH

Horsepower

1,025 hp

Torque

945 lb-ft

Curb Weight

4,275+ pounds

8. 2023 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport: 9.1 Seconds

Bugatti chiron super sport 2021The Super Sport boasts a jaw-dropping 1,578 horsepower, which is nearly 100 horsepower more than the entry-level Chiron, even though it shares the same 8.0-liter W16 engine as other Chiron trims. Additionally, the Chiron Super Sport can run a quarter of a mile in 9.1 seconds and the 0-60 MPH dash in a little 2.2 seconds thanks to its maximum speed of 273 MPH. Going forward, the Bugatti Chiron boasts a higher number of comfort amenities and colour options compared to other trims, however the Super Sport trim does start at over $4 million.

Performance

0-60 MPH

2.2 seconds

Top Speed

273 MPH

Horsepower

1,578 hp

Torque

1,180 lb-ft

Curb Weight

4,586 pounds

7. 2023 Ultima Evolution: 9.2 Seconds

2023 ultima evolutionWith a layout evocative of Le Mans Group C vehicles, the Ultima Evolution is Ultima's most comprehensive supercar. The Ultima has undergone continuous improvement for more than 15 years, culminating in its ultimate version. There are various tuning levels for this LS-powered supercar, with the top-tier Ultimate Evolution producing an incredible 1,020 horsepower and 920 lb-ft of torque. The car can reach 60 miles per hour in 2.3 seconds thanks to its powertrain, and it can complete a quarter-mile lap in 9.2 seconds. The Ultima Evolution is still among the automobiles with the fastest acceleration times in the world as a result.

Performance

0-60 MPH

2.3 seconds

Top Speed

240 MPH

Horsepower

1,020 hp

Torque

920 lb-ft

Curb Weight

2,094 pounds

6. 2023 Ferrari SF90 Stradale: 9.3 Seconds

2023 ferrari sf90 roadFerrari's 2023 SF90 Stradale is distinguished by its cutting-edge technology. To put things in perspective, the SF90 Stradale is the first vehicle from Prancing Horse to introduce the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Architecture, a combination of a potent lithium-ion battery, three electric motors, and the car's 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. 590 lb-ft of torque and 986 horsepower are produced collectively by this construction. One of the quickest sports vehicles produced by the Italian automaker, the 2023 Ferrari SF90 Stradale completed the quarter-mile in 9.3 seconds, clocking it at 150.7 mph.

Performance

0-60 MPH

2.5 seconds

Top Speed

211 MPH

Horsepower

986 hp

Torque

590 lb-ft

Curb Weight

3,593 pounds

5. 2023 Bugatti Centodieci: 9.6 Seconds

2023 bugatti centodieciThe Centodieci, which pays homage to the EB110 and celebrates the luxury automaker's 110th anniversary, is powered by an 8.0-liter W16 engine that produces 1,578 horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque. The Bugatti Centodieci can reach 62 miles per hour from a standstill in just 2.4 seconds thanks to this powerplant. With a maximum speed of 261 mph, this Bugatti is one of the fastest road cars ever made. Though the Centodieci has an intense and attractive exterior, its interior has drawn a lot of attention and may be considered unimpressive, as it resembles the Chiron's interior virtually exactly.

Performance

0-60 MPH

2.4 seconds

Top Speed

261 MPH

Horsepower

1,578 hp

Torque

1,180 lb-ft

Curb Weight

4,354 pounds

4. 2013 McLaren P1: 9.8 Seconds

2013 mclaren p1The United Kingdom began producing the McLaren P1 in 2013. Only 375 of the UK-based automaker's unique aerodynamic and technological features were produced, and they were all gone in a matter of months. After a decade, the McLaren P1 is still a competitive player in the hypercar class because to its 3.8-liter V8 engine and 664 lb-ft of torque from its electric motor. The P1's hybridised drivetrain allows the sports car to go from a standstill to 60 miles per hour in just 2.6 seconds, and it can complete the quarter-mile in an astounding 9.8 seconds.

Performance

0-60 MPH

2.6 seconds

Top Speed

217 MPH

Horsepower

903 hp

Torque

664 lb-ft

Curb Weight

3,411 pounds

3. 2023 Porsche 911 Turbo S: 9.9 Seconds

2023 porsche 911 turbo sPorsches are regarded as the pinnacle of luxury sports cars because of their classic styling and excellent driving qualities. While all 2023 Porsche 911s are swift, the Turbo S model goes above and beyond with a 3.7-liter six-cylinder engine that produces 590 lb-ft of torque and 640 horsepower. This engine can reach 60 miles per hour in 2.6 seconds and set a record of 9.9 seconds to complete the quarter-mile at 139 mph. These kinds of outcomes contribute to the 911 Turbo S's global ranking as one of the fastest sports cars.

Performance

0-60 MPH

2.6 seconds

Top Speed

205 MPH

Horsepower

640 hp

Torque

590 lb-ft

Curb Weight

3,790 pounds

2. Nio EP9: 10.2 Seconds

Nio ep9The Nio EP9, also known as the Electric Performance 9, is a Chinese electric supercar that aims to take on rivals like the Rimac Nevera and Pininfarina Battista. With four electric motors (one at each wheel) producing an estimated 335 horsepower, this supercar can produce 1,341 horsepower and 1,091 pound-feet of torque in total. The car's electrified setup enables it to accelerate to 195 mph and complete the quarter-mile run in 10.2 seconds. This level of performance from the Nio EP9 is just what EVs need to convert classic gearheads to electric drive.

Performance

0-60 MPH

2.6 seconds

Top Speed

195 MPH

Horsepower

1,341 hp

Torque

1,091 lb-ft

Curb Weight

3,825 pounds

1. 2023 Lamborghini Huracán EVO: 10.3 Seconds

2023 lamborghini huracan evoThanks largely to its remarkable supercar performance, the Lamborghini Huracán generated an immediate sensation when it made its premiere at the renowned Geneva Motor Show in 2014. The Huracán's customised variant, the EVO, makes the most of its recognisable V10 engine for 2023. With this version, 631 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque are produced. The Huracán EVO also has all-wheel drive as standard equipment, which allows it to complete the quarter-mile in 10.3 seconds.

Performance

0-60 MPH

2.5 seconds

Top Speed

202 MPH

Horsepower

631 hp

Torque

443 lb-ft

Curb Weight

3,347 pounds

Share

Super Cars Modified modified cars Sports Cars

Comments