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The world's most powerful cars: 1,000-horsepower minimum

The world's most powerful cars...
The current production car horsepower champion hails from Great Britain. Click into the gallery or scroll down for the full list.
The current production car horsepower champion hails from Great Britain. Click into the gallery or scroll down for the full list.
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The Rezvani Tank X
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The Rezvani Tank X: "over 1000" horsepower

Like the Tank, the Tank X offers a variety of options, including an off-road extreme package with remote-adjustable Fox shocks and a thermal/night vision system
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Rezvani Tank X: Like the Tank, the Tank X offers a variety of options, including an off-road extreme package with remote-adjustable Fox shocks and a thermal/night vision system
Urban war machine
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Rezvani Tank X: Urban war machine
The Mercedes-AMG Project ONE show car is expected to have a kerb weight around 1200kg. The car was developed jointly by AMG in Affalterbach, Germany, its High Performance Powertrain sister company located in Brixworth, England and the Mercedes-AMG Formula One team based in Brackley, England.
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The Mercedes-AMG Project ONE: "over 1,000" horsepower

Two quite special 120 kW high-speed electric motors on the Mercedes-AMG Project ONE's front axle deliver power to the front wheels
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Mercedes-AMG Project One: Two quite special 120 kW high-speed electric motors on the Mercedes-AMG Project ONE's front axle deliver power to the front wheels
Derived directly from Formula 1, the highly integrated and intelligently networked power unit comprises one turbocharged 1600cc internal combustion engine and four electric motors
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Mercedes-AMG Project One: Derived directly from Formula 1, the highly integrated and intelligently networked power unit comprises one turbocharged 1600cc internal combustion engine and four electric motors
With a thousand horsepower on tap, this is the view most other cars will get of the Carmen
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The Hispano-Suiza Carmen: 1,019 horsepower

A large front grille feeds air to the radiators for the liquid-cooled battery and motors
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Hispano-Suiza Carmen: a large front grille feeds air to the radiators for the liquid-cooled battery and motors
Scissor doors lift themselves up at the touch of a button 
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Hispano-Suiza Carmen: scissor doors lift themselves up at the touch of a button 
On McLaren's Speedtail, the rear end tapers off in search of precious drag reduction
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The McLaren Speedtail: 1,036 horsepower

The McLaren Speedtail at the 2019 Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille
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The McLaren Speedtail: at the 2019 Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille
McLaren Speedtail: symmetrical cockpit places the driver's seat front and center, with an unobscured view of the road and overhead controls so you can feel like a fighter pilot when you fire it up or put it in reverse
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McLaren Speedtail: symmetrical cockpit places the driver's seat front and center, with an unobscured view of the road and overhead controls so you can feel like a fighter pilot when you fire it up or put it in reverse
The all-new FXE from the Californian-based design house, Aria
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The Aria FXE: 1,150 horsepower

The rear end styling of the FXE
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Aria FXE: rear-end styling is... Interesting.
Aria plans to build 400 FXE models
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Aria plans to build 400 FXE models
The Aston Martin Valkyrie could be headed to a public road near you
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The Aston Martin Valkyrie: 1,160 horsepower

The single wiper on the Valkyrie is a rare nod to road-car normality
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Aston Martin Valkyrie: the single wiper is a rare nod to road-car normality
The underbody of the Valkyrie is designed to channel air through the rear diffuser
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Aston Martin Valkyrie: one of the most outrageous underbodies the automotive world has ever seen
1,000 horsepower, 546 lb-ft, 11,100 rpm, 206 kg ... naturally-aspirated. Cosworth and Aston Martin have built one hell of a powerplant for the outrageous upcoming Valkyrie
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1,000 horsepower, 546 lb-ft, 11,100 rpm, 206 kg ... naturally-aspirated. Cosworth and Aston Martin have built one hell of a powerplant for the outrageous upcoming Valkyrie
The Zenvo TSR-S is a brutal, 1,177-horsepower track beast with a very special gearbox and some of the most active rear wing aerodynamics we've seen
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The Zenvo TSR-S: 1,177 horsepower

Zenvo TSR-S: top speed limited to 202 mph 
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Zenvo TSR-S: top speed limited to 202 mph 
Zenvo TSR-S: rear wing can tilt to stand upright as an air brake
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Zenvo TSR-S: rear wing can tilt to stand upright as an air brake, or rock wildly from side to side
Ultima RS: A Le Mans Group C inspired machine for the road and track
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The Ultima RS: 1,200 horsepower

The Ultima RS is a 250 mph hypercar you can own for less than some sports cars
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The Ultima RS: a 250 mph hypercar you can own for less than some sports cars
Ultima RS: Pop up the bodywork for the petrolhead money shot
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Ultima RS: Pop up the bodywork for the petrolhead money shot
The Regera doesn't have a transmission
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The Koenigsegg Regera: 1,500 horsepower

The Regera relies on a 4.5-kWh battery pack
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Koenigsegg Regera: does away with a traditional transmission altogether
The Regera is one of the cars showing us where high performance will go next
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Koenigsegg Regera: an 1,100-hp combustion motor with a 700-hp electric system for a strange overlapping power dynamic
A massive reverse-boomerang rear wing and squashed motorcycle helmet cabin are the Jesko's design signatures
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The Koenigsegg Jesko: 1,600 horsepower

Enormous underbody aero diffusers
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Koenigsegg Jesko: enormous underbody aero diffusers
Top view of the Koenigsegg Jesko
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Koenigsegg Jesko: named for Christian Koenigsegg's dad
The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ is just like a Chiron, but lots faster
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The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+: 1,600 horsepower

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Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+: the first production car to break 300 mph
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Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+: is that enough carbon for you?
It was a long time coming, but Hennessey's new Venom F5 is finally here
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The Hennessey Venom F5: 1,817 horsepower

It was a long time coming, but Hennessey's new Venom F5 is finally here
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Hennessey Venom F5: targeted at 300+ mph
Hennessey's insane Venom F5
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Hennessey Venom F5: in the wild
SSC debuted the Tuatara in pre-production form at last year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
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The SSC Tuatara: 1,750 horsepower

After 8 full years, the Tuatara is finally preparing for delivery
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SSC Tuatara: finally preparing for delivery after nearly a decade in the works
Butterfly doors lead to the high-tech interior
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SSC Tuatara: call the mechanic if it does this.
This is the first car that'll bear the Pininfarina name on the back and front, as well as the sides
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The Pininfarina Battista: 1,900 horsepower

Blacked-out cabin accentuates the sides of the bodywork
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Pininfarina Battista: the first car to wear the name Pininfarina on the front and back as well as the sides
A worthy flagship for the Pininfarina brand, and the Mahindra Group that stands behind it
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Pininfarina Battista: at launch
Rimac C_Two: will do 60 miles an hour in 1.85 seconds from a dead stop
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The Rimac C_Two: 1,914 horsepower

Rimac C_Two: monitors your mood as you drive. It'll soften off the ride and play soothing music if you look stressed. Which you should be.
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Rimac C_Two: monitors your mood as you drive. It'll soften off the ride and play soothing music if you look stressed. Which you should be.
Rimac C_Two: pure, electric evil
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Rimac C_Two: pure, electric evil
On  the Lotus Evija giant venturi tunnels exit at the rear, rimmed by the taillights
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The Lotus Evija: 2,000 horsepower

The Lotus Evija is the most powerful production car in the world
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The Lotus Evija is the most powerful production car in the world
The Lotus Evija Electric Hypercar
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The Lotus Evija Electric Hypercar at The Quail Motorsport Gathering in California

Updated on October 2, 2019, this is our list of the world's most powerful production cars, ordered from least to most powerful and including every current or upcoming production car we're aware of – electric, hybrid or combustion – that claims to make more than 1,000 horsepower. Enjoy, and please tell us if we've missed anything!

The Rezvani Tank X: "over 1,000" horsepower (combustion)

The Rezvani Tank X
The Rezvani Tank X

Well, here we are starting off our list of hyper-exotica with a freakin' SUV. Or is it a tank? Rezvani has been building military-inspired Hummer-humblers for a long time now, and the Tank X takes things to a whole new level. This hulking, armored monster is powered by a 6.2-liter supercharged Dodge Demon V8, and can be specified with more ludicrous gadgets than any Bond car ever had. We're talking smoke bombs, thermal vision, electrified door handles, tire-destroying caltrop droppers and plenty more. Perfect for popping out to get groceries in the Gaza strip.

Learn more about the Rezvani Tank X.

The Mercedes-AMG "Project One" (hybrid)

The Mercedes-AMG Project ONE show car is expected to have a kerb weight around 1200kg. The car was developed jointly by AMG in Affalterbach, Germany, its High Performance Powertrain sister company located in Brixworth, England and the Mercedes-AMG Formula One team based in Brackley, England.
The Mercedes-AMG Project ONE show car is expected to have a kerb weight around 1200kg. The car was developed jointly by AMG in Affalterbach, Germany, its High Performance Powertrain sister company located in Brixworth, England and the Mercedes-AMG Formula One team based in Brackley, England.

Priced at US$2.72 million, Project One is Mercedes-AMG's vision of a Formula One car for the road, and a wildly interesting machine. Its 1.6-liter turbo engine is the smallest combustion unit you'll see on this list, but insanely powerful for its size at 510 horsepower, thanks to a 90-kilowatt electric motor boosting the turbo to force-feed the engine. There's another 120 kW electric motor on the crankcase, and these three motors combine their talents to operate on the back wheels. Up front, there's a pair of powerful, 50,000rpm motors to drive the front wheels as well. It's a heck of a powertrain – Mercedes says it'll get from 0-124 mph (0-200 km/h) in less than 6 seconds and top out over 217 mph (350 km/h). Yummy.

Learn more about the Mercedes-AMG Project One.

The Hispano-Suiza Carmen: 1,019 horsepower (electric)

With a thousand horsepower on tap, this is the view most other cars will get of the Carmen
With a thousand horsepower on tap, this is the view most other cars will get of the Carmen

The first of several full electrics you'll see on this list, the Carmen might make a little over a thousand rear-wheel-drive horsepower, but the reborn Hispano-Suiza company says it's as much about exquisite luxury as it is about the crass business of going fast. Possessed of gull-wing doors and peppered with design cues that hark way back to the brand's pre-1938 heyday, the Carmen uses one of the most carbon-intensive chassis designs yet seen. And whatever you might think of the wacky front of it, the backside is one of the peachiest we've seen.

Learn more about the Hispano-Suiza Carmen.

The McLaren Speedtail: 1,036 horsepower (hybrid)

On McLaren's Speedtail, the rear end tapers off in search of precious drag reduction
On McLaren's Speedtail, the rear end tapers off in search of precious drag reduction

The "spiritual successor" to the brand's transcendent 1998 F1, McLaren's Speedtail uses the same driver-focused three-seat cabin layout, with the driver front and center, and two passengers well back and out of the way. Conceived as a 250-mph ( 402-km/h) hyper-tourer, the Speedtail takes Frank Stephenson's sailfish-inspired design language to new aerodynamic heights with a super-slippery tapered teardrop tail, and flexible ailerons that hydraulically peel themselves upward when needed, in lieu of a spoiler. Amazing car.

Learn more about the McLaren Speedtail.

The Aria FXE: 1,150 horsepower (hybrid)

The all-new FXE from the Californian-based design house, Aria
The all-new FXE from the Californian-based design house, Aria

California-based design and engineering house Aria threw its hat into the ring with the FXE, a hybrid hyper-GT car with an angry look to it and gaping side vents inspired by the F-22 Raptor fighter jet. It's powered by a combination of a mid-mounted, 6.2-liter, supercharged V8, and a pair of front-mounted electric motors, and it thus accelerates about as fast as a McLaren P1 or Porsche 918, hitting 60 mph (98 km/h) in 3.1 seconds on the way to a top speed of 220 mph (354 km/h).

Learn more about the Aria FXE.

The Aston Martin Valkyrie: 1,160 horsepower (hybrid)

The Aston Martin Valkyrie could be headed to a public road near you
The Aston Martin Valkyrie could be headed to a public road near you

Whoooo mama. The mighty hybrid Valkyrie is getting ready to roll, boasting not only one of the wildest aerodynamic underbody shapes ever seen in the automotive world (thanks, Adrian Newey!), but also a magnificently excessive 6.5-liter Cosworth V12 engine that makes a thousand horsepower all by itself, without the aid of forced induction, just so it doesn't sound like a wimpy little turbo. The very thought of it gives me chills; of all the very, very special cars on this list, the Valkyrie is far and away my personal favorite due to its absolutely otherworldly shape and its commitment to loud, shouty hybridism.

Learn more about the Aston Martin Valkyrie.

The Zenvo TSR-S: 1,177 horsepower (combustion)

The Zenvo TSR-S is a brutal, 1,177-horsepower track beast with a very special gearbox and some of the most active rear wing aerodynamics we've seen
The Zenvo TSR-S is a brutal, 1,177-horsepower track beast with a very special gearbox and some of the most active rear wing aerodynamics we've seen

You can't miss the Zenvo at a track day; it's the one with the gigantic dancing rear wing on a pair of hydraulic struts, which not only tilts forward as a big ol' air brake, but rocks wildly from side to side as you go into corners, lifting the wing up on the inside of the corner to put more downforce onto the inside rear wheel. It's a wacky kind of a gimmick, and we can't see it catching on, but the Zenvo, with its crazy supercharged 5.8-liter V8 engine, couldn't care less what we think. Put the gearbox in race mode, and Zenvo says "the brutal direct mechanical power-shift gear change is one of the fastest-shifting powertrains in existence." Eep.

Learn more about the Zenvo TSR-S.

The Ultima RS: 1,200 horsepower (combustion)

Ultima RS: A Le Mans Group C inspired machine for the road and track
Ultima RS: A Le Mans Group C inspired machine for the road and track

The RS is particularly notable for two things: firstly, it's a kit car, and thus secondly, it's available for a fraction of the price anything else on this list will cost you. British boutique manufacturer Ultima will sell you a low-spec RS for somewhere around US$120,000, but it only makes it onto this list if you tick the top engine box – a worked-over supercharged Chevy LT5 V8 crate engine that'll put more than 1,200 horses down through those poor rear Michelins. Those hoops are really the only thing limiting this car's performance figures: 2.3 seconds for 0-60 mph (0-98 km/h) is well into the realm of electric acceleration, thanks to the Ultima's insanely light, 2,094-lb (950-kg) weight.

Learn more about the Ultima RS.

The Koenigsegg Regera: 1,500 horsepower (hybrid)

The Regera doesn't have a transmission
The Regera doesn't have a transmission

The first of the Megacars. Though it makes a stupendous amount of power, the Regera isn't even designed to be the fast one in the Koenigsegg catalog. It's the luxury alternative, leaving the silly stuff to the Agera and Jesko. Good grief! Power comes from a hybrid system, with an 1,100-horsepower combustion engine in the form of a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8, and a massive 700-hp three-motor electric system on top. It's like sticking a Model S drive system in your Bugatti Chiron. Because of the way the power curves overlap, you can't ever get more than 1,500 horses out of the Regera, but we think you should find that number sufficient for most trips to the shops. And there are so many other remarkable things about this car, from its Direct Drive gearbox-free transmission, to its active engine mounts, to its "autoskin" robotized opening of every orifice the car has to offer so you don't have to put grubby fingerprints on it.

Learn more about the Koenigsegg Regera.

The Koenigsegg Jesko: 1,600 horsepower (combustion)

A massive reverse-boomerang rear wing and squashed motorcycle helmet cabin are the Jesko's design signatures
A massive reverse-boomerang rear wing and squashed motorcycle helmet cabin are the Jesko's design signatures

After 25 years of making some of the most extreme exotic sportscars on the planet, Christian Koenigsegg finally built one he thought was worth naming after his dad. This Swedish madman has managed to pull some 1,600 ponies out of a 5.0-liter twin turbo V8, or the equivalent of pulling 320 hp out of a 1,000cc motorcycle engine. Turbo lag is eliminated with the use of a system that blasts compressed air into the turbos at 20 psi to wake them up. The gearbox is even cooler: not only can it handle 1,500 Nm (1,106 lb-ft) of torque, its multi-clutch, feather-light 9-speed "Ultimate Power on Demand" transmission can switch from any gear to any other in "virtually no time." It's got four-wheel steering. It's got "dihedral synchro-helix" doors. It's got a roof you can pop off. And it's designed to go more then 300 mph, although it hasn't yet. It's a monster.

Learn more about the Koenigsegg Jesko.

The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+: 1,600 horsepower (combustion)

The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ is just like a Chiron, but lots faster
The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ – just like a Chiron, but lots faster

As we get deep into the very serious end of this list, we encounter the current (unofficial) speed champion. The first production car to break 300 mph, with a one-way 304.773-mph (490.484-km/h) run that very sportingly left Koenigsegg and Hennessey the opportunity to fight over who gets to be first to 310.6 mph (500 km/h). This tweaked edition of the Chiron only adds 100 horses to Bugatti's Veyron successor, but features extended and aerodynamically optimized bodywork that's significantly more efficient at speeds above 261 mph (420 km/h). We wonder how many of the 30 units to be built will ever get to that speed – and indeed, where exactly they're planning to do it.

Learn more about the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+

The SSC Tuatara: 1,750 horsepower (combustion)

SSC debuted the Tuatara in pre-production form at last year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
SSC debuted the Tuatara in pre-production form at last year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance

The Tuatara project has been dragging on for nearly a decade, but the original design Shelby SuperCars (SSC) put forward in 2011 has hardly had to change to feel brutally relevant in 2020. Its 5.9-liter twin-turbo, flat-plane V8 is good for 1,350 horsepower on regular gas, or a ludicrous 1,750 on E85. Carbon on carbon on carbon keeps its weight down to a very impressive 2,750 lb (1,247 kg) and SSC was talking about 300 mph (483 km/h) as a target before Bugatti went and gazzumped everyone. Still, the Tuatara remains a very, very special machine.

Learn more about the SSC Tuatara.

The Hennessey Venom F5: 1,817 horsepower (combustion)

It was a long time coming, but Hennessey's new Venom F5 is finally here
It was a long time coming, but Hennessey's new Venom F5 is finally here

Texan tuning god John Hennessey has been making fast cars faster for nearly 30 years now, and in recent times has also been building his own series of insane hypercars to keep the Europeans honest in the top speed race. Hennessey's Venom GT held the unofficial 270.49-mph (435.31-km/h) production car top speed record until the Agera RS broke it, and the Venom F5 was built to target the 300-mph mark. Hennessey Performance is yet to put in a top speed run with the F5, but when it does, it'll unleash the full rage of its "Fury" engine, a 6.6-liter twin turbo V8. Designed to make at least 1,600 horsepower, the Fury engine surprised even John Hennessey himself when it was dyno tested at a colossal 1,817 horsepower. The Venom F5 should hit 186 mph (300 km/h) faster than a Formula One car, it'll have the highest power-to-weight ratio ever seen in a production car, and Hennessey says it should smash the 0-400-0 test in "under 30 seconds," which would absolutely obliterate the Koenigsegg's best effort. USA! USA!

Learn more about the Hennessey Venom F5.

The Pininfarina Battista: 1,900 horsepower (electric)

This is the first car that'll bear the Pininfarina name on the back and front, as well as the sides
This is the first car that'll bear the Pininfarina name on the back and front, as well as the sides

From this point on, we leave the combustion world behind. And when it comes to electric hypercars, total power figures can simply get up and wander as far into la-la land as they want. Where combustion tuners need to jump through insane hoops to squeeze more power out of their engines, the electric crew simply needs to deal with a bit of extra heat. Extra power becomes almost a trivial thing to add. The Battista uses a Rimac AWD powertrain specced to 1,900 horses. It'll get you to 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than two seconds if you've got fresh tires on. It's got a luxury cabin, active suspension and aerodynamics, and a selection of different fake sounds you can choose from if you're missing the noise of a combustion engine. And of course, as the first machine both designed and built by Pininfarina, it's absolutely gorgeous to boot.

Learn more about the Pininfarina Battista.

The Rimac C_Two: 1,914 horsepower (electric)

Rimac C_Two: doesn't win the race to 2,000 horsepower. Does win most other races.
Rimac C_Two: doesn't win the race to 2,000 horsepower. Does win most other races.

Rimac kept a little of the secret sauce in its back pocket when it sold Pininfarina its powertrain. The C_Two makes 1,914 horsepower and a hilarious 2,300 Nm (1,696 lb-ft) of torque. We're not sure exactly which tires can hold up to that kind of assault, but Rimac says it'll do a 1.85-second 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) time and a top speed around 258 mph (415 km/h). Range? 403 miles (650 km) if you drive it like a nanna, or about two laps of the Nurburgring (~26 miles/40 km) if you've got the cojones to lay the boot in. The rest of the tech in this thing is ludicrous as well, from its facial-recognition door locks, to its mood-detection system that plays soothing music if you're stressed out, to racing line and braking point data for a range of famous racetracks. And Rimac says it'll have Level 4 autonomous driving through an nVidia-powered self-driving system and some 22 MacBook Pros' worth of on-board computing power. Yikes.

Learn more about the Rimac C_Two.

The Lotus Evija: 2,000 horsepower (electric)

On  the Lotus Evija giant venturi tunnels exit at the rear, rimmed by the taillights
On  the Lotus Evija giant venturi tunnels exit at the rear, rimmed by the taillights

And here it is, folks: King Dingaling. The first production car making two thousand horsepower. "E-vi-ya" is how you're supposed to pronounce it, and this 2.1-million-dollar beauty is another all-electric beast ready to give you 1,700 Nm (1,254 lb-ft) of electric torque any time you're insolent enough to ask for it. Williams Advanced Engineering has contributed to the project, helping ensure you can drive this thing flat-out for around seven whole minutes before temperature starts to limit the performance. It's also designed to charge at an insanely fast 800 kW, meaning that when the infrastructure gets invented, you'll be able to charge the Evija from 0-100 percent in just nine minutes. In track mode, the Evija will actually add power to the outside rear wheel if it thinks a touch of drift will help you tighten your cornering line, and its giant venturi-tunnel air scoops are big enough for your cats to play tag in.

Learn more about the Lotus Evija.

An honorable mention must go to the 5,221-horsepower electric Alieno Arcanum from Bulgaria, which features robotic everything, a 303-mph (488-km/h) top speed, and the longest list of outrageous promises we've ever seen in a press release. It would take top spot on this list if we thought it had the slightest potential of being a real thing, and we thoroughly encourage you to go and read about it, because it's extremely entertaining and – if we're honest – about as likely to find its way into your garage or mine as any of these other machines.

Have we left anything out? Please let us know in the comments below if we have, and we'll happily fill the list in. If you like really, really fast cars, there has never been a better time to be alive – or a worse time to be alive and not have millions of dollars to spend on hypercars.

Jump into the gallery at the top of the page for extra shots of each of these dream machines.

6 comments
buzzclick
From the sublime to the ridiculous, and a good portion of them are over the top. My ego doesn't have enough cash for any of these monsters, and if I did have the moolah, wouldn't spend it on this overkill. There is a sheer joy in driving a car to its limits, but when the limits are so far away, they can only be had on a racetrack, which is nuts.
Nelson Hyde Chick
How small does one's penis need to be that they need to compensate for their shortcomings with a car that has over a thousand horse power?
neoneuron
What ever happened to sanity? Who in their right mind, is going to purchase on of these things? The only thing these cars will do, is put you in jail.
niio
Let's see a road test, if you can find one that isn't a garage queen.
guzmanchinky
Look, I have means. I can buy one of these no problem. But for some reason the sheer stupidity and inefficiency of a piston going up and down and the wasted heat and the noise (although glorious to be sure) just doesn't impress me at all anymore. I'm sure folks from Dubai are lined up around the block to drive these along sand covered blacktop but as machines of modern superpower it's just old news. Why oh why isn't there an electric Ferrari to eat Tesla's lunch? Am I missing something?
Loz
@guzmanchinky the three most powerful cars on the list are all electric. Buy one, then giz a drive! :D