From your bedroom wall to the desktop of your first computer, these are the cars that celebrated big power, big engines, and spectacular performance.
Nothing beats a V8.
A reminder you don't need 1340 horsepower to go fast.
On-board a Koenigsegg at 284 mph is as ridiculous as you think.
The Swedish supercar was 5.52 seconds quicker, but it and the Chiron are more closely matched than you might think.
With just 50 miles on the clock, it's basically a brand new car.
1500 horsepower and $2 million each. Koenigsegg is only building 80 of them, and they're all spoken for.
If it's in your dream garage, it probably showed up to this event.
Called the 9 QlectriQ, this concept from China's Qoros will debut at the Shanghai Auto Show.
After over a decade of waiting, Spyker could finally put its SUV into production.
Order a Regera or an Agera RS today, and you'll get it by 2021!
Don't worry. It's not as creepy as it sounds.
Rolling burnouts? Yeah, this 1500-hp hybrid hypercar can do them—deep into triple-digit speeds.
Christian von Koenigsegg says the One:1 was "only" making 900 horsepower during its 'Ring laps—down 460 from full power.
The Agera and a 911 Reimagined by Singer hit a snow storm. Thankfully they were prepared.
The current cars look much better, but we're huge fans of this prototype's exhaust note.