Life in the fast lane: 4 street legal fast cars you can acquire
While much of the world was under lockdown, people with the cash and gumption to try broke records on the “Cannonball Run.”
If you aren’t familiar, the Run is a longstanding challenge in which the rich modify luxury “supercars” to go against the law and zip across the United States, from New York City to Los Angeles.
Car enthusiasts know there’s something a little more satisfying than the adrenaline rush that comes with driving fast cars. Still, attempting this feat isn’t the best idea for a number of reasons. Above all, it’s just important to protect lives—especially during a pandemic.
Plus, now that a handful of daredevils were caught, you’re more likely to get pulled over if you make an attempt!
So you’re not going to do the Cannonball Run (for now), but that doesn’t mean you can’t still treat yourself to a luxury vehicle. Here’s some information on four street-legal super cars on the market right now.
1. Hennessey Venom GT
The Venom GT remained at the front of the race for a long time, clocking in at over 270 MPH in 2014. While the name Hennessey is more likely to come up at the bar than in most garages, it’s not a brand to take lightly. This vehicle is one of the fastest cars, and its sleek racing aesthetic is sure to impress.
2. Koenigsegg Agera RS
In 2017, the niche luxury brand Koenigsegg introduced the Agera RS, which beat the Venom by about 7 MPH.
This is an extremely rare car, to the extent that none of them were made the same way. Agera RS owners got their money’s worth with customization on finishes, power, and more.
Only 25 units were produced, so it’s highly unlikely that you’ll ever get your hands on one. Still, it’s an impressive vehicle, and it’s a good idea to keep your eye on Koenigsegg for future innovations.
3. Bugatti Veyron Sport
The Bugatti Veyron Sport has been somewhat overshadowed by its cousin, the Chiron Super Sport. That’s a shame, because it’s an excellent vehicle in its own right, able to hit up to 267 MPH in 60 seconds. That’s hardly the only draw, though: Check out these great facts about the Veyron Sport for more information.
4. Bugatti Chiron Super Sport
Up until 2017, the fastest street-legal car was the Koenigsegg Agera RS, which achieved over 270 MPH in 2014. At the end of the decade, Bugatti busted the record, surpassing 300 MPH.
This is truly the fastest car in the world in 2020, and it can be yours for the low price of $4,500,000!
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