Five best hypercars 2018
A lot of people barely get to see a real life hyper car except during a car show or even on screen and for obvious reasons – they are usually too expensive and rare, and not very many are pushed into the market as some are auctioned. So they are driven by their owners on special occasions in places where it is most suitable. These exclusive pieces are quite different from super cars and it’s not hard to know when you take a ride in a hyper car that you’ve ridden in one. First off, the performance is over-the-top, the processes of its opening and closing components are usually an enjoyable choreography and the suaveness of its movement and unbeatable speed is rather sensational. These rare collectibles are designed with their own unique features that tends to rival one another, so if you’d like to know some of the hypercars to look out for this 2018, we’ll share a few highly reputable ones
- McLaren F1 – this one was born out of some thoughtful, ground-breaking engineering, setting a fast time record of 243mph in March 1998. It called for an upgrade in the production of hypercars by its unbeatable speed performance.
- Bugatti Chiron – Yes, the Bugatti Veyron was built for incredible speed but here’s how to chase a Bugatti Veyron; use a Bugatti Chiron. The driver of a Bugatti Chiron is almost confident he would catch up with light using the right speed, but that’s not where all the confidence comes from, the looks of this car is hard to peer, squarely, you would get the feeling you’ve seen the future at first glance of this machine. It isn’t only bigger than its predecessor; it is 25% higher in performance.
- Mercedes – AMG project ONE – this project set to be produced in 2019 challenges contemporary F1 cars, with a redline set at 11,000 rpm (one of the highest on the open road). It uses four electric motors and is set to attain 124 mph in less than six seconds.
- KoenigseggAgera RS – This Swedish brand is new altogether but way ahead in its hypercar status game and with lightning speed, beating the Bugatti Chiron by 36.44 seconds, making It the fastest car in the world in late 2017.
- PaganiHuayra BC – It takesits name from the inca god of wind and unsurprisingly so because this superfast car weighs less than 1,400kg and is a rather lucky sight to behold, being just 20 produced cars in total.