Since 2005, Bugatti’s behemoth W16 engine has produced truly prodigious outputs, first in the Veyron and most recently in the Chiron. Those two models have spawned countless special editions and closely related siblings all powered by the marque’s quad-turbo 16-pot, and the new Mistral will be the last.
Since 2017, the automotive community has been patiently waiting for the Tesla Roadster to complete production and take to the streets with a supercar-slaying zero-to-60 mph time of 1.9 seconds. That insanely low figure has been dropped to an almost unfathomable 1.1 seconds—at least according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
In a copycat industry the concept of a sui generis vehicle is nonexistent. Everything is born from another. Except for the Koenigsegg Gemera, that is: the world’s first (and only) mid-engine, four-seater coupé megacar—what the brand is dubbing the “world’s first Mega-GT.” The mere idea is so ludicrous, so farfetched, that only a literal visionary (and arguable lunatic) would have the gall to even attempt to manifest it from hazy daydream sketch to wrought carbon fiber. Continue reading MEET THE KOENIGSEGG GEMERA, THE WORLD’S FIRST ‘MEGA-GT
If you thought Koengisegg would never outdo its 280-mph Agera RS, aka the world’s fastest car, think again. Continue reading KOENIGSEGG JESKO IS THE WORLD’S FIRST 300 MPH CAR
Croation electric supercar maker Rimac Automobili has earned a reputation for the astounding performance of its all-electric supercars, at least, when those cars aren’t being crashed by Grand Tour presenters after the finish line of a hillclimb race. Continue reading THIS 1,914-HP ELECTRIC HYPERCAR FROM RIMAC GOES FROM 0-60 IN AN UNHOLY 1.85 SECONDS