I got inspiration to do this from a fan from another manufacturer. They wanted to see what the quickest 0-284MPH would be as I'd mentioned it for SSC Tuatara.

I did the Koenigsegg Agera RS as it was the previous productions record holder.

https://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/car-technology/a13303039/koenigseggs-top-speed-was-285-mph-on-the-nevada-highway/

Quote>"The Agera RS also went down Nevada highway accelerating to 249 MPH in 24 seconds covering 1.08 miles."

So we have 0-400km/h time plus distance.

Now 250-284MPH

250MPH: 0-42 seconds 2909 metres

284MPH: 1-06 minutes plus seconds 5907 metres

Time equals= 66-42= 24 seconds

Distance equals= 2909-5907 metres equals= 2998 metres equals= 1.86 miles

So 24+24= 48 seconds and 1.86 miles+1.08 miles= 2.94 miles

So 0-284MPH in 48 seconds and 2.94 miles "stiching" together the quickest 0-249MPH and 250-284MPH.

SSC North America with the Tuatara did 0-284MPH 40 seconds and did it in 1.941 miles.

So the Tuatara is 8 seconds quicker and did it in 1 mile less distance.

Koenigsegg and Hennessey's production runs will be very interesting indeed.

For now the SSC is unequivocally top speed and absolutely the acceleration speed King.

I don't think I'll bother with Bugatti. The pre production prototype won't match 40 seconds. And measuring distance would be next to impossible anyway.

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