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List of production cars by power output

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The current most powerful production car is the Koenigsegg Regera.
The current most powerful production car is the Koenigsegg Regera.

This list is limited to unmodified production cars which meet the eligibility criteria below. All entries must be able to be verified from reliable sources.

Eligible cars

Because of the inconsistencies with the various definitions of production cars, dubious claims by manufacturers and self-interest groups, and inconsistent or changing application of the definitions, this list has a defined set of requirements. For further explanation of how these were arrived at see the links above.

For the purposes of this list, a production car is defined as a vehicle that conforms to at least one of the following two definitions:

a)

  1. constructed principally for retail sale to consumers for their personal use, and to transport people on public roads (no commercial or industrial vehicles are eligible);
  2. had 25 or more instances made by the original vehicle manufacturer and offered for commercial sale to the public in new condition (cars modified by either professional tuners or individuals are not eligible);
  3. street-legal in their intended markets and capable of passing any official tests or inspections required to be granted this status.

b)

  1. constructed principally for retail sale to consumers, for their personal use, to transport people on public roads (no commercial or industrial vehicles are eligible)
  2. available for commercial sale to the public in the same specification as the vehicle used to achieve the record
  3. manufactured in the record-claiming specification by a manufacturer whose WMI number is shown on the VIN, including vehicles that are modified by either professional tuners or others that result in a VIN with a WMI number in their name (for example, if a Porsche-based car is remanufactured by RUF and has RUF's WMI W09, it is eligible; but if it has Porsche's WMI, WP0, it is not eligible)
  4. pre-1981 vehicles must be made by the original vehicle manufacturer and not modified by either professional tuners or individuals
  5. street-legal in its intended markets, having fulfilled the homologation tests or inspections required under either a) United States of America, b) European Union, or c) Japanese law to be granted this status
  6. sold in more than one national market.

Further limitations

For the purpose of manageability, this list is limited to production cars that have at least 600 kilowatts. Car models with higher-powered variants are listed only in their most powerful incarnation (for example, the Agera RS would be listed in place of the standard Agera, although the Agera makes over 600 kW). For the timeline of most powerful cars, the production car definition is only applied to modern (post-WWII) cars due to the scarcity of reliable info on Veteran and Vintage era automobiles.

Most powerful production cars

Vehicle Year Power Notes Sources
Lotus Evija 2021 1,471 kW (1,973 hp; 2,000 PS) 130 units planned. All-electric. [1]
Pininfarina Battista 2021 1,417 kW (1,900 hp; 1,927 PS) 150 units planned. All-electric. [2]
Rimac C_Two 2021 1,408 kW (1,888 hp; 1,914 PS) 150 units planned. All-electric. [3]
Hennessey Venom F5 2020 1,355 kW (1,817 hp; 1,842 PS) 24 units planned. Not yet homologated for road use, intended to be registered under show and display law. [4]
SSC Tuatara 2020 1,305 kW (1,750 hp; 1,774 PS) 100 units planned. Not yet homologated for road use. [5][6]
Koenigsegg Gemera 2021 1,268 kW (1,700 hp; 1,724 PS) 300 units planned. [7]
Koenigsegg Jesko 2020 1,195 kW (1,603 hp; 1,625 PS) 125 units planned. [8]
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+/Centodieci 2021 1,176 kW (1,578 hp; 1,600 PS) 30 Chiron Super Sport 300+, 10 Centodieci units planned. [9][10]
Koenigsegg Regera 2015 1,119 kW (1,500 hp; 1,521 PS) 80 units planned. [11]
Bugatti Chiron/Bugatti Divo 2016/2020 1,103 kW (1,479 hp; 1,500 PS) 500 Chiron, 40 Divo units planned. [12][13]
Koenigsegg Agera RS/One:1 2014 1,000 kW (1,341 hp; 1,360 PS) Max output for Agera RS with 1 MW upgrade. 25 Agera RS, 7 One:1 units produced. [14]
NIO EP9 2016 1,000 kW (1,341 hp; 1,360 PS) All-electric. [15]
SSC Ultimate Aero TT 2009 960 kW (1,287 hp; 1,305 PS) Updated from 2007 TT model (882 kW (1,183 hp; 1,199 PS)). 24+ TT models produced. [16]
Bugatti Veyron Super Sport/Grand Sport Vitesse 2010 882 kW (1,183 hp; 1,200 PS) 122 produced. [17]
Zenvo TSR-S 2018 878 kW (1,177 hp; 1,194 PS) [18]
Aston Martin Valkyrie 2020 865 kW (1,160 hp; 1,176 PS) 150 units planned. [19]
Tesla Model S Plaid 2021 >820 kW (1,100 hp; 1,115 PS) All-electric. [20]
Zenvo ST1 2009 812 kW (1,089 hp; 1,104 PS) 15 units produced. [21]
McLaren Speedtail 2020 772 kW (1,035 hp; 1,050 PS) 106 units planned. [22]
Aston Martin Valhalla 2021 ~746 kW (1,000 hp; 1,014 PS) 500 units planned. Exact output currently unknown. [23]
Mercedes-AMG One 2021 >740 kW (1,000 hp; 1,000 PS) 275 units planned. Exact output currently unknown. [24][25]
Ferrari SF90 Stradale 2020 735 kW (986 hp; 1,000 PS) [26]
Ferrari LaFerrari 2013 708 kW (949 hp; 963 PS) 710+ units produced. [27]
McLaren P1 2013 674 kW (903 hp; 916 PS) 375 produced. [28][29]
Porsche 918 Spyder 2013 652 kW (874 hp; 886 PS) 918 produced. [30]
Dodge Challenger Demon 2017 626 kW (839 hp; 851 PS) Max output with 100 octane, 808 hp (819 PS; 603 kW) with 91 Octane. 3,300 produced. [31]
Pagani Imola 2020 617 kW (827 hp; 839 PS) 5 units planned. [32]
Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 2020 602 kW (807 hp; 818 PS) 63 produced. [33]
Koenigsegg CCR 2004 601 kW (806 hp; 817 PS) 14 produced. [34][35]
Planned

Timeline of most powerful production cars

Vehicle Year Power Notes Sources
Benz Velo 1896 1.1 kW (1.5 hp; 1.5 PS) First production car [36]
Peugeot Type 15 1897 6 kW (8 hp; 8 PS) Peugeot's first in-house engine [37]
Daimler Phoenix (de) 1899 17 kW (23 hp; 23 PS) First four-cylinder road car [38]
Mercedes 35 HP 1901 26 kW (35 hp; 35 PS) Originally designed as a race car, developed for road use [39]
Mercedes Simplex 1902 33 kW (44 hp; 45 PS) Successor to the 35 HP [40]
Mercedes Simplex 60 HP 1903 44 kW (59 hp; 60 PS) [41]
Hispano-Suiza 60/75 1907 55 kW (74 hp; 75 PS) [42]
80 Napier 1908 67 kW (90 hp; 91 PS) [43]
Isotta Fraschini Tipo KM 1910 89 kW (119 hp; 121 PS) [44]
Benz 82/200 HP (de) 1912 147 kW (197 hp; 200 PS) Powered by a modified airship engine [45]
Duesenberg Model J 1928 198 kW (265 hp; 269 PS) [46][47]
Duesenberg Model SJ 1932 239 kW (320 hp; 324 PS) Supercharged version of the Model J [48]
Duesenberg Model SSJ 1935 291–298 kW (390–400 hp; 395–406 PS) The short-wheelbase supercharged version of the Model J [49]
Mercury Monterey 1958 298 kW (400 hp; 405 PS) Super Marauder engine available in all 1958 Mercury vehicles. [50]
Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt 1964 317 kW (425 hp; 431 PS) Purpose-built for drag racing. Power is considered to be conservatively estimated. [51]
Shelby Cobra Mk. III 427 Competition 1965 362 kW (485 hp; 492 PS) Last car on list measured by SAE net power. [52]
Bugatti EB110 1991 412 kW (553 hp; 560 PS) 139 produced. [53]
McLaren F1 1992 461 kW (618 hp; 627 PS) 106 produced. [54]
Koenigsegg CC8S 2002 488 kW (655 hp; 664 PS) 6 produced. [55][56]
Koenigsegg CCR 2004 601 kW (806 hp; 817 PS) 14 produced. [34][35]
Bugatti Veyron 2005 736 kW (987 hp; 1,001 PS) 270 produced (16.4) [57][17]
SSC Ultimate Aero TT 2009 960 kW (1,287 hp; 1,305 PS) [58]
Koenigsegg One:1 2014 1,000 kW (1,341 hp; 1,360 PS) 7 produced. [59]
Koenigsegg Regera 2015 1,119 kW (1,500 hp; 1,521 PS) 80 units planned. First hybrid car on list. [60]

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