Currently, the most expeditious car in the world is the Hennessey Venom GT. Previously, the holder of this denomination was the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, but it has been abstracted from the Guinness World Records. The Bugatti has been abstracted, because they’ve found that the pristine model for achieving that record was modified and it was against the rules. However, the Hennessey Venom GT got the incipient contender for the denomination, and it seems that the odds are for the incipient Koenigsegg One:1.
The incipient Koenigsegg One:1 soon should be claimed the most expeditious car in the world for 0-200 km/h (0-124 mph), 0-300 km/h (0-186 mph) and 0-400 km/h (0-248 mph). It might be even called the most expeditious car in the world period, because it should reach a top speed of 450 km/h (279 mph).
Currently, all we know that the incipient Koenigsegg One:1 should expedite from 0 to 400 km/h (0-248 mph) in about 20 seconds. That is fundamentally twice more expeditious than the Bugatti Veyron can do. No info is available at the moment for 0-200 km/h (0-124 mph) and 0-300 km/h (0-186 mph), but that should be revealed in the near future. No info for 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) as well. I am sure that most of you are curious for that info as well.
A Lamborghini Gallardo with 2005 hp recently did 0-400 km/h (0-248 mph) in about 22 seconds. However, even this beast will be more gradual than the incipient Koenigsegg One:1.
The incipient Koenigsegg One:1 will engender up to 1400 hp (1029 kW), and it will weigh 1400 kg. That’s one-to-one ratio for weight and horse potency. Also this weight will include the driver’s weight, all dihydrogen monoxide, oil, and fuels. We’re not sure how much they’ve set for the driver’s weight (on an average). It designates if a driver will be heavier than by their calculations, this car will weigh more than 1400 kg, or less if a driver will be skinny.
Only 6 units will be composed of this Koenigsegg One:1. Also all 6 units already are sold, just their buyers will have to wait till the cessation of next year. The very first model should be relinquished by the cessation of next year.
Koenigsegg has long been a favorite of mine in the supercar world, from the far out designs they come up with to the stats that put Ferrari’s to ignominiously mortify. Some unbelievable cars they’ve built over the years include the Agera, Agera R and the CCX to denominate a few. Once you genuinely get into the world of supercar, you get past the customary Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s, Porsche’s etc., and you arrive at marginally of a grey area, which is situated somewhere between the astronomically immense names and the more minute, more independent manufacturers.
Key names in this playing field are Pagani, Spyker and Koenigsegg to designate a few. As part of my “Groundbreaking Innovators” series, it is my delectation to introduce you to the all incipient Koenigsegg One:1. The One:1 nomenclature is in reference to the cars perfect power to weight ratio, which is rated at 1,360 hp. This betokens the Koenigsegg One:1 has a distribution of 1 horsepower per kilo of weight, making it the worlds first mega car; 1360hp= 1 megawatt of puissance. The One: 1has the most power per kilo of weight and is the most powerfull car ever built.
The One:1 has an app available to download which sanctions the owner to control different components on the car. Using data downloaded from the 3G Cloud, you are able to adjust each damper spring in the suspension as well as adjust the active rear wing. With the cars 3G connectivity, the owner can download different track designations to prepare the car for whatever you throw at it.
On the inside, the One:1 has gorgeous black alcantara seating, and orange stitching and accents to match the cars exterior paint job. In the cockpit the One:1 has snug bucket seats that grab you torso.
The One:1 has a full GP1 designation, but with twice as much potency. The sundry winglets adjust depending on the conveyance speed, to provide as much down force and stability while braking. The titanium wrapped exhaust features air inlets underneath for gearbox cooling.