10 of the most powerful cars of 2020
Horsepower junkies, rejoice! It's time to look back at the most powerful cars of 2020
It's the last day of 2020 today and you must be thinking that this doomed year is finally coming to an end. But for car lovers, 2020 hasn't been a very bad year. In fact, the class of 2020 is chock-full of insanely powerful cars. Now is the perfect time to look back at the mind-blowing cars that were revealed this year.
Ferrari F8 Tributo - 710 horsepower
The Ferrari F8 has Maranello’s charismatic V8 engine that gives it a lovely 710 horsepower. Some F8 prototypes have been spotted having hybrid V6, which suggests that the F8 might be the last Ferrari Supercar to have a V8. So cherish the V8 until you can.
Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Black Series - 730 horsepower
The AMG GT Black series conquered Nurburgring by becoming the fastest production car ever to go round the German track. A very nice achievement indeed. The GT Black Series is here to scare the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and with its 730 horsepower, it can do just that.
McLaren 765LT - 760 horsepower
Yes, another McLaren supercar is here. It seems that McLaren has been unveling supercars every 4 days. This McLaren though is a but more special as the 765LT is the track-oriented version of the lethal McLaren 720S. The 760 horsepower supercar can tear up any race track with its brutal pace and monstrous power.
McLaren Sabre - 824 horsepower
The Sabre is basically a limited edition Senna in some fancy clothes. Featuring a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, the Sabre has 824 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque on offer. The Sabre brings race-car features on the road. Only 15 lucky Americans will have the joy of owning the Sabre.
Ferrari SF90 Stradale - 986 horsepower
The Stradale is Ferrari's hybrid masterpiece. 0–62mph takes 2.5 seconds and the SF90 does 0–124mph 6.7 seconds. Top Speed is 211mph. That is 'Monstrous' Quick. 'Blistering' Quick. 'Any Adjective You can think' Quick.
Czinger 21C - 1,233horsepower
California-based startup Czinger unveiled the 3D printed 21C. Yup, you read that right. The 21C has lots of 3D printed components and it can do 0-62mph in 1.9 seconds and has 1,233 horsepower on offer.
KOENIGSEGG JESKO ABSOLUT - 1600 horsepower
The Jesko Absolut was the headline maker of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show. Powered by a twin-turbo 5.0-litre V8 that is capable of producing 1,280 horsepower and 1,000Nm of torque. But wait. That's not all. Because on E35 fuel, the engine will produce 1,600 horsepower. WOW
KOENIGSEGG GEMERA - 1700 horsepower
Is it a family car? Well, its got four seats so maybe yes. Is it a hypercar? Yes, because it has 1,700 horsepower on offer. The Gemera has three electric motors and a three cylinder engine. Those three motors produce 1,100hp and the three cylinder engine (nicknamed ‘The Tiny Friendly Giant’) produces 600hp. This gives the Gemera a combined power output of 1700 horsepower.
SSC Tuatara - 1,750 horsepower
Moving now to the most talked about car of 2020. SSC thought the Tuatara had become the fastest production car of all time but the footage of the record run suggested other wise. Nevertheless, the Tuatara is a very fast car powered by a 5.9-litre V8 having a pair of turbochargers fitted to it which on E85 produces 1,750 horsepower.
Hennessey venom F5 - 1,817 horsepower
Claiming top spot on the list is Mr. John Hennessey's latest monster - the Venom F5. The American hypercar looks set to smash the 300mph barrier thanks to its 6.6-litre twin-turbo V8 called Fury which produces 1817 horsepower and 1,192lb ft of torque. Simply mind-boggling.
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