The Mystery Car With 5,000 bhp!!!

This UAE born machine is no car at all. So much has been said since it’s introduction to the automobile world. Will 5,000 bhp ever be a reality in a production car? If yes, when will the makers finally deliver this Beast? We wait… It should arrive this year. After much consideration, it was removed from our just concluded #10mostwanted series. How do you match up 5k bhp with cars that barely have above 1.5k bhp? Gross misconduct! It’s 12.3L V16 Quad Turbo engine, and 4,000 N.m of torque shoots this amazing Beast from 1 to 100 kmph in 1.8 … Continue reading The Mystery Car With 5,000 bhp!!!

Number 1!

Our Numero Uno is the American made Trion Nemesis RR; set to be released this year. This a whooping 9L, Twin Turbo V8 engine; with a top speed of 435 kmph. With 2000 horses, an acceleration of 0 to 100 kmph in 2.8 seconds isn’t fast enough. The makers have assured us that no 2 cars would be the same- unless you order for an identical pair. 50 units of the Nemesis RR are expected and 9 black ops edition. The black ops edition would come with the predator mode and lots of cool tweaks. Pricing is around $1m for … Continue reading Number 1!

Number 2!

Sallam Aleikum, my dear readers. Greetings from the Middle-East. Our “spot” car for today is no stranger… Though many of us don’t know it’s name. Seen Furious 7? Yeah, that flying car! The Lykan Hypersport is the brain child of W-Motors. Founded in Lebanon and later moved to U.A.E. Production only lasted for 2 years (2012 – 2014), with only 7 units built. Legend has it that 6 bulletproof units (with different specifications from the production editions) were built specially for Furious 7. This is the first indigenous car from the Middle-East. Imagine going for a boxing match as a … Continue reading Number 2!

Number 3!

The Hennessey Venom sounds like some poisonous drink. It’s not a drink. Our feature for today is America’s own Hennessey Venom GT. Production started in 2011 and it has had a number of upgrades. It houses a 7L, V8 Twin-Turbo engine. With a top speed of 435 kmph, a torque of 1,566 N.m, 1,451 horses and an acceleration of 0 to 100 kmph in 2.4 seconds; this is the fastest production car today. This year, it broke the record set by the Bugatti Veyron Supersport, to become the fastest convertible in the world. In 2013, it was the unofficial fastest … Continue reading Number 3!

Number 4!

According to this Slovenian automaker, the Shayton Equilibrium is the offspring of the storm and the falcon (see the official site for more explanation). Apart from it’s hybrid, V12 engine; 400 kmph top speed, acceleration of 0 to 100 kmph in 3.1 seconds (by the way, that’s slow for a car with a V12 engine and 1,084 bhp) and a torque of 930 N.m, we know little about this mysterious creature. It’s still one of the fastest hybrid supercars we know of. A total of 69 units are expected to be built, when production starts. And 20 units are to … Continue reading Number 4!

Number 5!

Koenigsegg is not a strange name. The Swedish automaker has wowed us again with another production vehicle… The Regera. It’s a plug-in hybrid that comes with 3 electric motors and a 5L, Twin-turbo V8 internal combustion engine. 40 units of this machine have been produced. And 40 more are expected soon. With 1,500 horses and a torque of 900 N.m, The Regera accelerates from 0 to 100 kmph in 2.8 seconds. And has a top speed of 410 kmph. It boast of a number of firsts… It’s the first fully robotized car. It’s also the first vehicle with the most … Continue reading Number 5!

Number 6!

The Icona Vulcano Titanium is the 2016 upgrade of the 2013 Icona Vulcano; and it’s produced by Italian and Chinese Engineers. And yes, this is the first titanium car in the world. Sitting in the engine bay is 6.2L, V8 Supercharged machine with top speed of 355 kmph. That sounds minimal, right? But when you consider that it has only 670 horses and a torque of 840 N.m, an acceleration of 0 to 100 kmph in 2.8 seconds sounds ridiculously impossible! That’s something you get in rides with 1000 or more horses. It comes relatively cheap to; $500k per piece. … Continue reading Number 6!