Top 100 fastest cars from 0 to 60 mph 2020

For Americans and British (and the rest of the world using Imperial measurement system) the "0 - 60 mph" is the first benchmark that comes to mind when it comes to measuring road car and motorcycle acceleration.

The 0 - 60 mph time is even more popular than 1/4 mile time. This is mainly due to ease of measurement - you do not have to go to dragstrip or seek a long stretch of empty tarmac to test a quick 0 - 60 dash yourself.

It is important to note that 60 mph does not equal 100 kph. For fastest cars from 0 to 100 kph we have a separate list.

This list is limited by available data and new vehicles will be added as new data arrives.


Rank Make and model Time
1. Aspark Owl 1.7 s
2. Rimac C_Two 1.9 s
3. Porsche 919 Hybrid (Mk II) 1.9 s
4. Audi R18 e-Tron Quattro 1.9 s
5. Toyota TS040 2.2 s
6. Porsche 918 Spyder 2.2 s
7. Ferrari F2004 2.3 s
8. Ultima Evolution (1020 PS) 2.3 s
9. Tesla Model S P100D 2.3 s
10. Lamborghini Huracán Performante 2.3 s
11. Lamborghini Huracán Performante Spyder 2.4 s
12. Lamborghini Huracán Evo 2.4 s
13. Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV 2.4 s
14. Radical RXC Turbo 500 2.4 s
15. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport 2.4 s
16. Ferrari LaFerrari 2.4 s
17. Bugatti EB 16.4 Veyron 2.5 s
18. Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 2.5 s
19. McLaren 720S 2.5 s
20. Porsche 911 Turbo S (991) 2.5 s
21. Lamborghini Aventador S 2.5 s
22. Lamborghini Aventador SVJ 2.5 s
23. Porsche Taycan Turbo S 2.6 s
24. Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive (991 facelift) 2.6 s
25. Radical RXC Turbo 2.6 s
26. Porsche 911 Turbo (991 facelift) 2.6 s
27. Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet (991 facelift) 2.6 s
28. Porsche 911 GT2 RS (991) 2.6 s
29. Porsche 911 Turbo S (997 facelift 997) 2.6 s
30. McLaren P1 2.6 s
31. Porsche 911 Turbo S (991 facelift) 2.6 s
32. Donkervoort D8 GTO Performance 2.6 s
33. Radical RXC V8 2.6 s
34. Audi R8 V10 Plus (Mk II) 2.6 s
35. Ferrari SF70H 2.6 s
36. Tesla Model S P90D 2.6 s
37. Ariel Atom 3.5R 2.6 s
38. Ferrari SF15-T 2.6 s
39. McLaren 675LT 2.7 s
40. McLaren 570S 2.7 s
41. Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 2.7 s
42. Lamborghini Sesto Elemento 2.7 s
43. Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet (991 facelift) 2.7 s
44. Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 2.7 s
45. Ferrari 488 Pista 2.7 s
46. Lamborghini Centenario LP770-4 2.7 s
47. Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder 2.7 s
48. Nissan GT-R (R35 550 PS) 2.7 s
49. Ariel Atom Cup 245 2.7 s
50. McLaren 650 S 2.7 s
51. Ferrari 488 GTB 2.7 s
52. McLaren 720S Spider 2.7 s
53. McLaren 600LT Spider 2.8 s
54. Ferrari 812 Superfast 2.8 s
55. Ferrari F8 Tributo 2.8 s
56. McLaren Senna (P15) 2.8 s
57. McLaren 570GT 2.8 s
58. McLaren 600LT 2.8 s
59. BMW M5 (F90) 2.8 s
60. Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray 2.8 s
61. BAC MONO 2.8 s
62. McLaren 650 S Spider 2.8 s
63. Porsche 911 Turbo (997 facelift) 2.8 s
64. Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet (991) 2.8 s
65. BAC Mono 2.5 2.8 s
66. Ferrari 458 Speciale 2.8 s
67. Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SV 2.8 s
68. Ferrari F12 TDF 2.8 s
69. Porsche 911 Carrera S (992) 2.9 s
70. Nissan GT-R (R35 570PS) 2.9 s
71. Ferrari F12 Berlinetta 2.9 s
72. McLaren MP4-12C (625 PS) 2.9 s
73. Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet (991) 2.9 s
74. Ariel Atom 3 (300 PS) 2.9 s
75. Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 63 S (X290) 2.9 s
76. Ariel Atom Mugen 2.9 s
77. Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991 facelift) 2.9 s
78. Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR Super Sport (721 PS) 2.9 s
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dr. cosimo  1d ago

i kind of dig this gtr and bet it does 0-60 in under 2.5 :)

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FastestLaps  1d ago

It's GREEEEEEEEN!!!

Or be it, more vomit-green than Amazonian rain forest green.


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SpeedKing  2d ago

Are you aware that the Aspark Owl was using Hoosier slicks which were heated and then quickly mounted to the car when it did that 0-60 mph 1.7 sec(claimed) in a carpark? In addition to that they used ultra-capacitors without batteries so it had enough energy for a short burst of a few seconds. This makes a mockery of all the hype they've generated and obviously you need to remove it from the 0-60 mph list...

 

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FastestLaps  2d ago

I generally trust manufacturers to publish reasonable, realistic data for things like 0-60, top speed etc. In fact, most of the time, manufacturers report conservative (lower than actual) performance data.

If the 1.7 second was measured with something else other than what customers will be receiving when they buy the car, or if the 1.7 second was measured on non-road legal tyres, then I should remove it.

The small indie manufacturers are usually the ones producing suspect data. I guess to grab some free publicity.

P.S. I didn't add the Aspark time, I didn't even add the car. I generally don't bother with indie cars like this. There are so many "real" cars that need to be added and that people will realistically be able to buy and that will realistically get tested by independent sources (aka normal cars).


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SpeedKing  2d ago @FastestLaps

Well if you trust manufacturers to publish reasonable data eg 0-60 mph or in the case of Euro cars 0-100 km/h then you should do that for the Lambo's, McLaren's and Ferrari. You may think the data i used to compare the P100D vs Huracan is flawed but i'd be more than happy to put up 10K for anyone to prove otherwise which is how confident i am of the figures i produced.

Lamborghini stated on their website that the Huracan would do 0-100 km/h in 3.2 sec and TBH that wasn't far off given they would have tested the acceleration figures on a typical asphalt road which does not have anywhere as much grip as a dragstrip. The best i've seen(VBox verified) was 2.98 secs on public roads. I could go on but the impression i get is that you don't have much belief in what i'm saying even though I know my shit coz i've done a hell of a lot of research but others have got their own opinion regardless of whether it's accurate or not.


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SpeedKing  2d ago

An explanation as to why relying on 0-60 mph figures from Motor mags as gospel is laughable. Firstly the most accurate timing equipment to gauge acceleration over the 1/4 is used by NHRA,IHRA and FIA EURO. The GPS used by most Motor mags is pretty good but not quite as accurate.

Let's compare a Tesla P100D Raven model to the fastest stock Huracan that i have available data to prove my point. The 0-60 feet and 0-330 feet timers on the dragstrip are valuable indicators to determine the potential elapsed time over the 1/4 mile and highlight how quickly they can accelerate from 0-60 mph. The Tesla has instant torque off the line and a superb launch control so it achieves a 0-60 feet time averaging 1.56 sec. The quickest i've seen is 1.51 sec. The Huracan by comparison generally averages 1.60 secs for 0-60 feet and the best i've seen up until now is 1.58 sec. What this means is that the Tesla always gets the jump on the Huracan and when one looks at the elapsed time from 60-330ft for both the Tesla is still fractionally faster, generally by 5/100 sec over the Huracan. BTW for those who say that a 918 Spyder is quicker from 0-60 mph than a P100D you're wrong. The best 0-60 feet time i've seen for the 918 is 1.59 sec and it's playing catch up until it passes the P100D at approx 80 mph

So what does this all mean you ask? Simple, the Tesla out accelerates the Huracan from the dig every time on a prepped dragstrip(optimum traction). At the 60ft mark the Tesla is doing 46 mph whereas the Huracan is doing 41 mph. At 330 ft the Tesla has reached 85 mph whereas the Huracan is doing 82 mph and reeling in the P100D. Testing the Tesla and the Huracan on a highway or racetrack will result in a similar comparison although the acceleration figures will be slower due to inferior traction resulting in more wheelspin.

So the bottom line is that the 0-60 mph figures posted in this column(for the Lambos and numerous others from what i can see) are inaccurate. I could list more realistic and accurate figures but we wouldn't want to bruise the egos of those who've swallowed some of the bullshit posted in mags would we now? lol


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S Chin  1w ago

2020 Nissan GTR Nismo 0 to 60mph in 2.5 seconds (Supercars.net, South West Nissan-UK). Bugatti Chiron 0 to 60mph in 2.3 seconds (Supercars.net, Popular Mechanics 0 to 60 Fastest Cars). Dodge Demon 0 to 60mph in 2.3 seconds (Zero to 60 Times.com)


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S Chin  1w ago

2020 Nissan GTR Nismo 0 to 60mph in 2.5 seconds (Supercars.net, South West Nissan-UK). Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse 0 to 60mph in 2.4 seconds (Supercars.net). Dodge Demon 0 to 60mph in 2.3 seconds (Zero to 60 Times.com)

 

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BR2+  1w ago

.....Those arent sources, There simply car databases that have a mix of Claims n some tests.


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CYC  1w ago

2020 Nissan GTR Nismo's 0 to 60mph is 2.5 seconds (sources: Supercars.net and South West Nissan-UK). Dodge Demon's 0 to 60mph is 2.3 seconds (source: Zero to 60 Times.com)


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S Chin  2w ago

South West Nissan mentions the Nissan GTR Nismo's 0 to 60mph time is 2.5 seconds. Supercars.net mentions the 2020 Nissan GTR Nismo's 0 to 60mph time is 2.5 seconds.


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SpeedKing  2w ago

The 0-60 mph quickest times have so many potential variables that they're somewhat pointless eg. was the time achieved on a dragstrip, prepped or non prepped, or was it on the street/highway which have various types of asphalt or maybe a racetrack or even a concrete airstrip?? That aside, what is obvious to me is that so many of the 0-60 mph figures are inaccurate and impossible to achieve using a production car with road legal rubber. So don't get sucked in by some of the figures in this list :)

 

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BR2+  2w ago

.....Dude really?..


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SpeedKing  2w ago @BR2+

Yeah dude really lol
I'll give you just 4 examples on the list ie 10-13 which are all Lambos. On the STREET whether it be with Corsa's or even TrofeoR's the best 0-60 mph time you'll get for a Performante for example will be 2.7-2.8 secs with optimum conditions not 2.3 and yes that includes roll out. Same applies to the other Lambos :)


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BR2+  1w ago @SpeedKing

Here we use stock tested times by magazines or shows, Not potential, And very few cars here have independent strip times, And you do realize that magazine testers are not pro dragsters, Thats a big reason why journalists are much slower round a track then a pro race driver, Same thing goes with acceleration runs, a 2.7, Is only what you think we woulď get from them, The journalists.


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SpeedKing  1w ago @BR2+

Rubbish you don't need to be a pro drag racer when testing acceleration figures for a production car whether it be on the street or strip because most have launch control. Let's compare the Huracan for example, the one owned by Brooks from DragTimes to a SVJ using VBox figures(industry standard) on a prepped dragstrip(optimum traction)

SVJ 0-60 2.81s 0-100 6.05s 1/4 mile 10.59@134.66 mph
Huracan 0-60 2.62s 0-100 6.02 1/4 mile 10.58 @ 130.52 mph

On the street the best 0-60 time Brooks has got in the Huracan is 2.9 secs. What's more the Huracan has a superior launch control to the Aventador's whether it be the SVJ, SV etc. Therefore the acceleration figures you get in magazine's are often inaccurate, particularly the 0-60 mph figures. Do you understand now?

 


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BR2+  1w ago @SpeedKing

Your right, You dont have to be a pro to test acceleration numbers, But you do in order to get The best numbers out of any car, Any non pro, And pro will tell you that, If anything acceleration numbers from journalists from magazines are more real world, Because they are normal people with limited time with the car on a normal surface, And it doesnt matter if theres launch control, You still have to shift, Pic the right settings, The right load, You can and will still get different numbers, Specially with cars without all that crap, Even a pro on normal tarmac can beat a good driver on a prepped strip, Even when most cars today drive themselves, Do not underestimate the power of skill n experience, And i certainly dont trust those Dragtime ppl, mad suspect..


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SpeedKing  1w ago @BR2+

What so you reckon DragTimes are bullshitting?? That's some of the funniest ludicrous shit i've heard. The fact is that the electronic dragstrip measuring equipment speaks for itself and the 1/4 mile time is easily visible on the timing board which is backed up by the timeslip which is further confirmed by the Vbox and Dragy figures. Pls stop, you're making yourself look stupid!


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dr. cosimo  1w ago @BR2+

'If anything acceleration numbers from journalists from magazines are more real world'

last time i checked, spoof auto is the world leader in sandbagging any non-german car :)

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BR2+  1w ago @SpeedKing

You highly misunderstand, Ignorance at it best, Theres a REASON why we dont except acceleration times here from independents on the strip, and Or dragtimes, Doesnt matter if there vbox tested or not, A backed up timeslip means nothing, ANYone can post a time slip, No matter how there car is, do you get it now? You dont believe everything you here do you?.....easter bunny?


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SpeedKing  1w ago @BR2+

All you've done is highlighted to anyone reading this who possesses a modicum of intelligence that you're intellectually challenged. Next you'll be telling me that NHRA, IHRA or European Drag Racing who use the same type of electronic equipment are frauds as well and can't be trusted? bahahaha


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BR2+  1w ago @SpeedKing

Again, You have completely missed my ENTIRE point in what i was saying, On both accounts, Completely, And you call me challenged? Incredible.


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SpeedKing  1w ago @BR2+

You're wrong, yet again. Your point was that "Here we use stock tested times by magazines or shows" and my response was to educate you given my extensive knowledge re what what cars could actually achieve in the REAL world not magazine land. I used Lamborghini(which btw along with Ferrari's are cars give that me a hard on lol) as an example of how flawed the figures were in this list.

There is NO chance in hell that they would do 0-60 in 2.3 or 2.4 secs(stock) regardless of what bullshit mags would have you believe. I gave you incontrovertible examples but that still wasn't good enough for you. I am pedantic and when i see something that is clearly bullshit i call it out, simple :)


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BR2+  1w ago @SpeedKing

That wasnt my point, Just a a saying as to why we dont use other times, And yet you STILL, You missed my actual point.....still..

On another note, Drag strip times arent real world tests, They are prepped with spray and clean tarmac, No mag puts numbers from a strip, MT, CD, AC, All use lots and runways, a rollout only gives you a .2 to .3s advantage, Take that away, And it can be Easily attainable by a seasoned pro with the right applications on normal tarmac, You dont seem to understand the difference between a journalist and a pro, Even in the real world, The pros are getting better numbers, Thats why they are the pros..


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SpeedKing  1w ago @BR2+

I understand, perfectly, the difference between journalists and pros and what you have failed to realise is that the figures FastestLaps has posted in the 0-60 times are actually from mags which is why many of them are bullshit. If a car can only manage 0-60 in 2.6 or 2.8 seconds on a prepped dragstrip with a pro racer there's no chance in hell that it's gonna do 2.3 or 2.4 with a journo on the street or race track, get it?


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dr. cosimo  1w ago @SpeedKing

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BR2+  1w ago @SpeedKing

Still you miss my main point..

Went straight over your head.....

Anyway, You cannot call the numbers here on FL bs because they achieved them, Even with RO which they have stated and is recognized to be used by alot, There's nothing bs about it, Now if a normal everyday person is launching the car, They wont get those numbers as they are not journalists or pro, As we have the best posted, obv, And i think uour a bit confused about your last sentence, I never stated anything like that.


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dr. cosimo  1w ago @BR2+

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SpeedKing  1w ago @dr. cosimo

@cosimo ha yes it's become obvious that i'm trying to reason with someone whose ego cannot accept that his rationale is totally flawed. He has beaten me with his stupidity so i accept defeat. I have tried to explain why the figures are wrong but he just doesn't get it. In addition to this FastestLaps has been deafeningly quiet during this exchange which i expected lol


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BR2+  1w ago @SpeedKing

But thats the thing you cant seem to get, The figures arent wrong, We only use the best here from reputable sources, Theres nothing flawed about it, Different tests and people produce different results, We all know regular people arent getting the best results, Simply because a vbox says a time from n independant at a strip means nothing, Just that they did it, Not with what or how truthfully.

A 'Reputable' source means everything here, Thats why magazine times are here, Again something you cant seem to get with all your 'Extensive Knowledge'.

Theres no reason for FL to chime in unless he wants to put his own opinion in, Which anyone can do and is welcome to, Or just have a good laugh at you, Or me, Whatever, Thats mostly why people are here, And i dunno what Cosimo has said for the last 2 or so years, My CB2 has made him n his comments completely invisible on my computer, So i cannot se what he has wrote or responded to, But others i can, But it doesnt matter, I got a whole comedy show out of this so im not complaining, Thas why im unfortunetly here after all these years, You believe what you want, IIB, Its all good.


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SpeedKing  1w ago @dr. cosimo

Your descriptions and analogies make me laugh "Russian grannies" lol
I hope FL doesn't share BR2+ views re the disingenuous acceleration figures they post in some mags coz that would be a travesty...


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SpeedKing  2d ago @BR2+

Oh look more evidence to back up my ACCURATE 0-60 mph times for Lambo's, this time the SV 0-60 in 2.9 sec at the 2:16 mark in the vid. This BTW confirms the figures Lamborghini officially release so it's unsurprising :)

 


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FastestLaps  2d ago @SpeedKing

Look at the Performante video. It goes to 100 so fast the graphic doesn't even have enough time to slide up (2.3-2.4 seconds).


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SpeedKing  2d ago @FastestLaps

You can't be serious it is EDITED FFS!!


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FastestLaps  2d ago @SpeedKing

And?


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SpeedKing  2d ago @FastestLaps

I just took another look at that particular video of the Performante and it's flawed. Why you may ask? Simple, no stock Performante can accelerate from 0-100mph in 5.2 sec. The most optimum traction you can get is on a prepped dragstrip and i've looked at countless videos of Huracan's including Performante's and the fastest 1/4 mile run is 10.44 seconds@131 mph so far. On that run 0-100 mph took 5.98 sec. Anyway i can see i'm wasting my time trying to convince you or BR2+ coz if you don't consider drag strip times to be valid that's your prerogative.


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FastestLaps  2d ago @SpeedKing

There could be glitch in that particular gps file but generally that timer and speed are both derived from the same gps data. And it starts from start/finish line (from standstill). Therefore it makes no difference how they edit the video as long as they show the gps timer and gps speed at the same time.


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SpeedKing  2d ago @FastestLaps

Do you consider data retrieved from a drag strip to be valid?


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FastestLaps  2d ago @SpeedKing

Not a big fan of it. But some magazines have (or used to have) tested on drag strips.


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SpeedKing  2d ago @FastestLaps

That's exactly what i have gleaned based on your previous responses or lack of to my accurate claims backed up by sophisticated electronic instruments. I will later explain why certain 0-60 mph or 0-100 km/h figures are not just inaccurate but impossible using incremental times(0-60 and 0-330 feet) on a dragstrip. Like i've said previously one cannot launch a high performance car more quickly on the street or track compared to a prepped dragstrip which let me assure you is akin to walking on sticky glue...


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dr. cosimo  2d ago @SpeedKing

that sv is my all time favorite aventadori, makes the 9-11 beetle sound like a corolla with k&n filter lol

 


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S Chin  2w ago

As Supercars.net states that the 2020 Nissan GTR Nismo's 0 to 60mph time is 2.5 seconds, this means it is now in the 3rd fastest 0 to 60mph category for production cars with combustion engines. The fastest 0 to 60 category for production cars with combustion engines is 2.3 seconds, which has been achieved by Lamborghini Huracan Performante, Dodge Demon, and Bugatti Chiron.


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S Chin  2w ago

"Zero to 60 Times" mentions both the 2017 and 2018 Bugatti Chiron's time from 0 to 60mph are 2.3 seconds.


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S Chin  2w ago

Supercars.net mentions the 2020 Nissan GTR Nismo's 0 to 60mph time is 2.5 seconds.


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thomas the train  2m ago

tesla roadster you dingdongs


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sss  3m ago

TESLA?


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cameron b  5m ago

dodge demon 2.3

 

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Shelby man  5m ago

The Demon ran slicks. While the others didn’t. The Demon is a straight line drag car. Put it up against these cars on a curvy road. The Demon will end up in the ditch. It’s made for a straight line run.


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cawo  5m ago @Shelby man

Considering there are multiple LMP1 cars and a literal Ferrari F1 car on the list, that really shouldn't matter. It certainly deserves a spot on the list if they're going to put up actual racecars too.


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FastestLaps  5m ago @cawo

Road cars are only allowed in road legal spec. Race cars are different group, you can ignore them when comparing with road cars. Also, there are only LMP1 and F1 race cars, nothing else, the rest is road-legal cars and bikes.


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DodgeHEMI426  2w ago @Shelby man

It didn't run slicks but factory-fitted drag radials that are DOT-approved and can be street-driven.


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Evenzogoed BMW liefhebber  6m ago

En die m5 op plaats 56 ????????????
Secondetje in de war


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moparfanno1   6m ago

Where is the Dodge Demon? The Corvette is slower and still made the list.

 

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FastestLaps  6m ago

Does it do sub-2.9 0-60 on normal wheels or do you have to change to some ultra wide drag wheels? :D


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S Chin  2w ago

Dodge Demon, with Bugatti Chiron and Lamborghini Huracan Performante, are the fastest 0 to 60mph for production cars with combustion engines: 2.3 seconds


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DodgeHEMI426  2w ago @FastestLaps

The Demon has 315 drag radials all around. They are DOT-approved and therefore are street legal (in North America).


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BR2+  2w ago @FastestLaps

All that hype...n not a single test?......Wonder why...


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Common sense  6m ago

Wheres the challenger demon?


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Slawek  7m ago

The question is where is koenigsegg?


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Alex  8m ago

Hellcat??? 2.2


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Punisher1  9m ago

Emmm, Top 100 Fastest 'CARS'.! Why all the Motorcycles??
...& if you're going to include F1 cars, you might as well add a load of Dragsters as well.!