Unbelievable 20 Cars with The Fastest 0-60 Time Will Shock You

Fastest 0-60 Time

2013 Caterham Seven R600

0-60 MPH time: 2.5 seconds

The 2013 Caterham Seven R600 can go from zero to 60 MPH in 2.5 seconds, and features an open, two seat design. The vehicle is powered by a 2.0 liter, inline four cylinder engine that is rated at 311 horsepower and 219 lb-ft of torque.

The top overall speed of the niche racing car is 155 MPH, and when the vehicle was sold new had a base sticker price of approximately $75,000 USD.

Legacy editions of the car became famous in the 1960s for being banned from racing in the United States due to the auto being too fast to race.

The Caterham Superlight R600 is keeping pace with all the R-Series, as expected. It boasts the same basic interior and exterior styling of the R300 that came before it.

This means it is truly a racecar inside and out. The only differences between the all-new R600 and the R300 that it supersedes are that the R600 is missing the bug-eye headlights and side-exit exhaust, and it features a nearly full rollover cage.

With the body being a carryover, we assume that the R600 boasts the same carbon-fiber rear wings, composite seats, and Momo steering wheel that the R300 boasts.


2015 Koenigsegg One:1

0-60 MPH time: 2.5 seconds

The 2015 Koenigsegg One:1 was built in limited quantities (only seven were produced), but has an excellent 0-60 MPH time of 2.5 seconds. The auto is powered by a twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 32-valve V-8 engine.

The engine is rated at 1,341 horsepower and 1,011 lb-ft of torque at 6,000 RPM. The top overall speed of the vehicle is 270 MPH, and the auto can run the quarter mile in 9.0 seconds.

The driver enjoys a seven-speed automated manual transmission to race the auto, and the base price of the vehicle when sold new was $2.85 million USD.

The designers at Koenigsegg left no stone unturned to make the One:1 as aerodynamically efficient as possible. The result is a hypercar that looks more like a track-only rig than a road-legal car.

To optimize cooling, the car features two large intercooler intakes on the sides along with numerous gills and radiators. Also present is a huge dynamic rear wing to give the best combination of downforce, drag and braking.

Compared to the exterior, the interior is less extreme. Extensive use of weight-saving material along with removal of unnecessary luxuries have contributed to a lower curb weight.

Bathed in carbon fiber and dark Alcantara highlighted with orange accents, the interior of the One:1 has a purpose-built appearance.


2015 Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt Legends Edition

0-60 MPH time: 2.5 seconds

The 2015 Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt Legends Edition does not disappoint. The limited edition auto is extremely fast with a 2.5 second 0-60 MPH time. The auto is powered by a quad-turbo, W16 engine that is rated at 1,183 horsepower.

The top overall speed of the vehicle is 253 MPH when the rook of the auto is removed, and features a two-tone brown paint job.

The car was produced in order to celebrate the life of Rembrandt Bugatti, the brother of the company founder Ettore. There were only three of the autos produced, each named for famous figures from Bugatti’s glory years, and this one, fourth in the sequence, is called Rembrandt, costing just north of $2.2 million USD each.

Commemorating Rembrandt Bugatti’s favored artistic medium, the latest Vitesse Legend sports bronze-hued clearcoat carbon fiber on its upper half contrasting with a light brown lower portion.

The wheels are two-toned in colors Bugatti head designer Achim Anscheidt calls “noix” and “firefinch,” and Rembrandt’s signature has been laser etched onto the gas cap and oil-filler cover.

Inside, the special-edition Vitesse is distinguished by cognac-colored leather, a bronze-hued carbon-fiber console emblazoned with a cast bronze version of the Type 41 dancing elephant logo, and the signature and portrait of Rembrandt Bugatti on each door sill.