Quote>"Best hypercars 2022 – our all-time top 12 reviewed and rated."
Quote>"31 Jan 2022
3)Porsche 918 Spyder
5)Koenigsegg Agera RS
8)Porsche Carrera GT
12)Ferrari SF90 Stradale"
Quote>"If you accept that first and foremost a hypercar has to have epic performance then it should be no surprise that the Chiron is sitting at the top of our hypercar tree. It’s mindwarpingly savage in its acceleration – nothing with four wheels connects corners quite as effectively – perhaps unsurprising given the numbers generated by its quad-turbo W16.
8-litres in capacity and developing an eye-watering 1479bhp and 1180lb ft of torque, the Bugatti Chiron dispatches the 0-62mph segment in 2.5sec before crashing through the 124mph barrier a scant four seconds later. Top speed is limited to 261mph, but in August 2019 Bugatti did take a modified variant to 304mph with Andy Wallace at the helm, illustrating the car’s potential.
That the Chiron has the high-tech underpinnings to match its outrageous pace should be a given and with a carbonfibre tub reinforced with a sliver of aluminium honeycomb it has the torsional rigidity to match an LMP1 car. Blend in a fully adaptive chassis that optimises ride height, aerodynamics, steering and damping and it has an unexpected level of agility too.
There’s bags of grip on offer but there’s more connection through the steering than the Veyron could muster and, fortunately, the 420mm carbon front discs with their eight-pot calipers (along with the Chiron’s airbrake) ensure it stops as well as it goes.
The overriding impression though is of speed, pure unadulterated performance,and our only gripe is that there’s hardly anywhere on the planet you can meaningfully exploit its potential. That and its £2.1 million (before taxes) price tag."
Nice to see them all in one place ranked. Keep stating it, many whom have driven the Bugatti Chiron on racetracks state it's very dynamically capable and a sweet steer. She was developed by professional level racers.
Anyway that's irrelevant, accordingly to Evo Magazine it's Number One. Any questions, ask THEM!
*Shortened and adapted from Source materials. Any unintended mistakes corrected, at my preference. Leave proof below. For some reason it also states 2019/Top 10? I put this down to typographical errors.