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Top 10 Fastest Cars (2017-18)



Top 10 Fastest Cars



An average Bugatti customer pre-owns 8 exotic cars , 2 yachts and 1 private jet, Just an average customer, yup let that sink in while let us tell you exactly how much how much it costs – USD 3.0 million. Yes…
Bugatti Chiron can drain it’s full tank in only 10 Km when it’s accelerator is fully pressed. It weighs as much as a luxury car and the top speed on speedometer is 500 km/h. Its top speed is electronically limited to 261 mph but without limitations it can reach a top speed of 288 mph. Its full petrol tank in just 10 km when it’s accelerator pedal is fully pressed down.

Top speed: 420 km/h (261 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.3 sec
0-200 km/h (0-120 mph): 6.5 sec
0-300 km/h (0-190 mph): 13.36 sec
Engine Type: Quad Turbo W16
Engine Displacement: 8000 cc
Total Horsepower: 1500 Hp
Total torque: 1600 Nm
Dry weight: 2000 kg

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Koenigsegg (KO-NIGS-EGG) is a Swedish company , Regera is their fastest new car which means “To Reign” In Swedish . Regera is a hybrid hyper car with three electrical engines and one combustion engines and it has no gears, literally no gears, it’s a new technology called Koenigsegg Direct Drive. It can reach to it’s electronically limited top speed of 250 mph (400 km/h) in less than 20 seconds and that’s faster than any other car on this list. Only 80 of these will be made and one costs about USD 2.0-2.5 million.
Top speed: 400 km/h (250 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.7 sec
0–200 km/h (0-120 mph): 6.6 sec
0–300 km/h (0-190 mph): 10.9 sec
0-400 km/h (0-250 mph): 20 sec
Engine Type: Twin Turbo V8
Engine Displacement: 5000 cc
Horsepower (Engine): 1100 Hp
Horsepower (Electric Motor): 700 Hp
Total Horsepower: 1500 Hp
Total torque: 2150 Nm
Dry weight: 1470 kg


The Agera R is a beast. It beats Bugatti’s Veyron in every way, it’s faster, lighter and also looks cooler than the Veyron. There is a more extreme version of Agera which is Agera RS. Agera RS is faster than Agera R and any other car on this list but Agera RS has just been released and no real world test has been done so hang on tight for an update real soon. It was also featured in the Need For Speed Movie. Agera R comes with the price tag of USD 2.0 million.
Top speed: 439 km/h (273 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.8 sec
0–200 km/h (0-120 mph): 7.68 sec
0–300 km/h (0-190 mph): 14.53 sec
Engine Type: Twin Turbo V8
Engine Displacement: 5000 cc
Total Horsepower: 1140 Hp
Total torque: 1200 Nm
Dry weight: 1330 kg


Hennessy is an American performance company, it does not make any cars but only modifies them. Venom GT is build on the base chassis of a Lotus Exige and is the fastest car with a top speed of 270+ mph ever produced and holds two Guinness World Record but it is not a series production car and only 13 of these are made that’s why it’s not on the top of the list. Venom GT costs about USD 1.2 million.Top speed: 434 km/h (270 mph)0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.7 sec
0-300 km/h (0-190 mph): 13.6 sec
Engine Type: Twin Turbo V8
Engine Displacement: 7000 cc
Total Horsepower: 1451 Hp
Total torque: 1512 Nm
Dry weight: 1244 kg


2011 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport Front View
If you thought Bugatti’s gonna leave with only one car on the list, well you though wrong because Grand Sport Vitesse was the fourth version of the Veyron series and made a new world record for the top speed in 2012. It costs about USD 1.8 million.

Top speed: 410 km/h (254 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.6 sec
0-300 km/h (0-190 mph): 16.0 sec
Engine Type: Quad Turbo W16
Engine Displacement: 8000 cc
Total Horsepower: 1200 Hp
Total torque: 1500 Nm
Dry weight: 2000 kg


Concept One is a total electric hyper car, yup no petrol engines. Environmental friendly hyper car that can tear the road apart with its 4 electric motors giving instant torque to each tire. The Concept one has been in development for about five years, finally showing up as a production model this year but only 8 will be made. Rimac also provides the electric motors to Koenigsegg. It will approximately cost about USD 1 million.Top speed: 355 km/h (220 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.5 sec
0-200 km/h (0-120 mph): 6.2 sec
0-300 km/h (0-190 mph): 15.8 sec
Engine Type: Battery Producing 1 MW of power
Engine Displacement: N/A
Total Horsepower: 1224 Hp
Total torque: 1600 Nm
Dry weight: 1900 kg


Laferrari (TheFerrari) is the most extreme road-legal car Ferrari has ever produced, it even has Ferrari’s name in it. It is a limited series, so only 499 were built and even if you had USD 2.0 million to buy one you would need any 4 previous limited versions Ferrari has ever build. All of the 499 were already spoken for even before the release. It is a hybrid car but not like a traditional one, it only uses its electric motor for instant speed. Laferrari and Veneno is the only car on this list with no puny little turbo charges on it’s engine.
Top speed: 351 km/h (218 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.5 sec
0-200 km/h (0-120 mph): 6.9 sec
0-300 km/h (0-190 mph): 15.0 sec
Engine Type: V12 (Naturally Aspirated)
Engine Displacement: 6300 cc
Horsepower (Engine): 789 Hp
Horsepower (Electric Motor): 161 Hp
Total Horsepower: 950 Hp
Total torque: 900 Nm
Dry weight: 1255 kg

8. Mclaren P1

Here is a rough transcript of a reviewer when he first unleashed the full 903 horsepower of the Mclaren P1: “[Cackle, cackle] Holy [bleep]! That’s . . . [cackle]. I, uh . . . wow. [cackle].”

P1 is also a hybrid monster. The driving experience gives nightmares to drivers reviewing it, the famous Grand Tour host Jeremy Clarkson named this car “THE WIDOWMAKER” because of its terrifying driving experience it’s extremely fast and can also be driven only on it’s electric Hybrid motor. P1 costs about USD 1.5 million.

Top speed: 349 km/h (217 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.8 sec
0-200 km/h (0-100 mph): 6.8 sec
0-300 km/h (0-190 mph): 16.5 sec
Engine Type: TwinTurbo V8
Engine Displacement: 3800 cc
Horsepower (Engine): 727 Hp
Horsepower (Electric Motor): 177 Hp
Total Horsepower: 903 Hp
Total torque: 980 Nm
Dry weight: 1395 kg

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9. PORCSHE 918

Porsche 918_HD
918 is a hybrid too same as Mclaren P1 and Laferrari but it has 4 – wheel drive like the Bugattis and the traction from that can beat Mclaren P1 and Laferrari of the line but can’t hold the position that’s why it comes on the 9th position here but it is cheaper than both and comes with a price tag of USD 0.8-1.0 million and only 918 are built as for the name.
Top speed: 340 km/h (210 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.5 sec
0-200 km/h (0-120 mph): 7.2 sec
0-300 km/h (0-190 mph): 19.9 sec
Engine Type: TwinTurbo V8
Engine Displacement: 4600 cc
Horsepower (Engine): 602 Hp
Horsepower (Electric Motors): 281 Hp
Total Horsepower: 887 Hp
Total torque: 1280 Nm
Dry weight: 1395 kg


Veneno is the most expensive car on this list with it’s price fluctuating from USD 4-7 million. It shape is kind of different from other cars . Only 13 of these were built, 4 with hard-top and 9 roadsters.
Top speed: 340 km/h (210 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 2.8 sec
Engine Type: V12 (Naturally Aspirated)
Engine Displacement: 6500 cc
Total Horsepower: 740 Hp
Total torque: 690 Nm
Dry weight: 1490 kg



Honda, Toyota halt production in Pakistan

Industry sources expect a significantly large dip in sales at the end of the year. It may be recalled that the industry was expecting to increase its sales to half a million units by 2022.




KARACHI, Pakistan: Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan (HACP) and Indus Motor Company (IMC,) which produces Toyota models in Pakistan, have decided to shut down production for 10 days and eight days, two days every week, during this month respectively amid rising prices due to imposition of strict new, higher taxes in the budget and steep currency devaluation in the recent weeks.

A Pakistan Suzuki Motor Company spokesperson told media outlets that his company, too, is thinking of making a decision along the same line and will announce what has been decided in the next few weeks after analyzing sales trend and flow of booking orders during the present month of July.

Reportedly, HACP and IMX made their decisions to scale down production after extremely poor sales in the first 10 days of the current month.

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“Our inventories from the last month and the first 10 days of July have grown rapidly because of steep increase in car prices after currency devaluation as well as imposition of Advance Customs Duty (ACD) on all our imports and Federal Excise Duty (FED) on assembled cars, leaving us with no option but to shut down the plant to cut production. If the present trend holds, we expect our sales to drop to less than 30,000 units this business year (April 2019-March 2020) from over 48,000 units last year,” a senior executive of HACP elaborated.

An IMC official also gave the same reasons for “observing eight no-production days” during July. “It is a very serious situation for the local car manufacturers who are piling up inventories,” he said. But he did not give the size of inventory his company has built so far, saying the production cuts could increase next month if sales do not pick up.

The sales have been on the decrease for the last three months as total car and light commercial vehicles (LCV) volume contracted by 5pc to 17,561 units in June from a year ago. Overall, the car and LCV sales plunged by 7pc during the last fiscal year to 240,335 units from the previous year. The impact of implementation of 5pc ACD on all raw materials and parts used by the local assemblers and imposition of 2.5-7.5pc FED from July 1 has started resulting in further decline in sales.

Industry sources expect a significantly large dip in sales at the end of the year. It may be recalled that the industry was expecting to increase its sales to half a million units by 2022.

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Questioning Team India’s sportsmanship post England loss

India’s suspicious performance against the scarred England has raised a lot of eyebrows, so much so, several experts and former players are accusing India of tarnishing the spirit of the wonderful game that is cricket.




India’s suspicious performance against the scarred England has raised a lot of eyebrows, so much so, several experts and former players are accusing India of tarnishing the spirit of the wonderful game that is cricket.

Winning and losing is, of course, a part of the game where you win some and you lose some but losing intentionally so to hurt another team’s qualifying chances is making not only a mockery of the contest, but also putting the game that we love so much to absolute shame.

India’s snail-paced chase against England has become an unwanted debate held at almost every match that followed the much controversial match. India’s world class batsmen including the ICC Number 1 batsman Virat Kohli and now four time World Cup 2019 centurion Rohit Sharma could only manage to score 28 runs in the first ten overs chasing a mammoth target of 338 and then when the Indian team somehow managed to level the scoring run rate and the Indian side was well in sight of an east victory, the heroics of former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav made sure that India fell short of the total scoring only 39 off 31 balls in the death overs.

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Commentators Nasser Hussain and former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly were left surprised with neither looking to push the tempo. “I am completely baffled. What’s going on! This is not what India needed. They need runs. What are they doing? Some Indian fans are leaving now. Surely they must want to see Dhoni go for his shots, even if he slogs it off in the air. It’s a World Cup game, top two sides, give it a go! Indian fans would want their side to do a little bit more. They want their side to go down with a fight. Risk it to win it,” said former England captain Hussain during the last 10 overs.

Ganguly, too, failed to figure the plan at play despite India having five wickets in hand. “I don’t have an explanation for that. You asked me the question but I can’t explain these singles. It’s also the length and the bounce that has deceived the Indian batsmen. You can’t be chasing 338 and still have 5 wickets in the end. It’s about mindset and the way you look at the game. The message had to be clear: no matter where it comes and no matter where the ball lands you have to find the boundary. A dot ball at this stage!,” said Ganguly.

Speaking on Star Sports after the match, Ganguly told that the intent was lacking from Indian batting in the first 10 and last 6 overs.

“The first 10 overs and the last 6 overs left a lot to be desired. Hopefully they will go back and reflect because they have been in excellent form this WC. The intent was not good enough. I would have been more happy if India were 300 all-out. This situation can happen again and they will have to find different ways to succeed in the first and last 10 overs,” said Ganguly.

All in all, India have done what they have done and Pakistan have been kicked out of the competition after England’s convincing victory over New Zealand. India, a proper all round team  of this World Cup, have qualified for the semifinals with Australia, New Zealand, and England but they surely have lost the respect of millions of cricket fans after their condemnable stunt at Edgbaston last Sunday.

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AB de Villiers to take part in Pakistan Super League 4

After the glittering success of the first three editions of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), it will be returning with an even bigger fourth edition. PSL has garnered international repute among all the leading cricket leagues around the world and though the league is nearly half a year away from the ground, it has still succeeded in spreading its excited tails.



AB de Villiers

LAHORE, Pakistan: After the mammoth success of the Pakistan Super League (PSL,) the league organizers are planning to return even bigger with edition four scheduled to be held early next year. PSL’s success has made it one of the top cricket leagues in the world and as it expands, it is claimed, by sources close to the league’s organization body, that some of the most famous cricketing faces will feature in the next edition.

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The new season promises to reach the epitome of grandeur and with more than five months remaining in the PSL season 4 kickoff, big names are already showing consent to be part of the league. The latest sensation deemed to be a possible addition to the league is the dynamic and athletic Proteas star AB de Villiers. Multiple reports have confirmed that former South African skipper has agreed to be part of the 4th edition.

His arrival was already hinted twice by the PSL official Twitter account and they spiced it up with a post saying “Kaun aa raha hai (Guess who is coming!)” While a majority of fans had already guessed De Villiers as possible latest signing by PSL, the organizers are yet to officially announce it. “He’s coming to PSL,” confirmed a source to “As we speak, he is available for around three weeks, you can say around 7 matches,” the source added.

A great addition to the PSL

Regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of all time, AB de Villiers holds many batting records and, surely, one to add value to the Pakistan Super League. Moreover, there are some serious rumours as well about South African star would be part of the Lahore Qalandars at PSL.

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It is anticipated that AB de Villiers will replace Brendon McCullum as skipper of Lahore Qalandars. In the interim, there are ongoing talks with the Australian duo of David Warner and Steven Smith, which looks to be headed in a positive direction.

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