Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita RRP: £3,847,078. ”Trevita” is a Swedish abbreviation that translates into “three whites”. Prior to the Trevita, car manufacturers only had access to traditional black carbon fibres. Koenigsegg developed a unique coated fiber solution for the Trevita program that transformed the fibers from black to a sparkling, silvery white. When sunlight hits the Trevita, it sparkles as if millions of tiny white diamonds are infused inside the visible carbon fiber bodywork. Acceleration: 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) 2.9 seconds; 0-200 km/h 8.75 sec.; 0-200-0 km/h 13.55 sec.; Top Speed: 410+ km/h (254+ mph); Braking distance: 32m (100-0 km/h); Lateral G-force: 1.5 G; Fuel consumption: Highway travel: 18 l/100 km (E85 fuel),; Combined: 22 l/100km (E85); Weight-to-power ratio: 1.26 kg/hp & Weight distribution: 45% front, 55% rear. Koenigsegg aluminium V8, 4,8 L, 4 valves per cylinder, double overhead camshafts; Displacement: 4800 cc; Compression: 9.2:1; Sequential, multipoint fuel injection Twin Rotrex centrifugal superchargers with response system, 1.6 bar boost pressure; Dry sump lubrication with oil spray piston cooling; Power output: 1018 Bhp at 7000 rpm & Maximum torque: 1080 Nm (796 ft/lb) at 5600 rpm.
Lamborghini Veneno RRP: £3,206,155. The Lamborghini Veneno is consistently focused on optimum aerodynamics and cornerning stability, giving the vehicle the authentic, dynamic experience of a racing prototype, yet it is fully certified for the road. The lightweight design of the carbon fiber frame is not only visibly evident, it also proves itself on the scales with a power-to-weight ratio of 1.93 kg/hp (4.23 CV/lbs), and thanks to its forceful twelve-cylinder, the Veneno guarantees a performance that is nothing short of mind-blowing. Acceleration: 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) 2.9 seconds; Top Speed: 355 km/h (221+ mph).
McLaren P1 LM RRP: £3,000,000. Engine type Twin Turbo V8, DOHC, dual VVT 32v + Electric motor; Displacement 3.8 l; Power 986 bhp/735 kw; Power/liter 263 ps (260 hp); Transmission 7 speed automatic & Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive. McLaren stripped nearly 60 kilograms from the GTR’s kerb weight – which was already 50kg lighter than the ‘standard’ P1 – by fitting a new exhaust system, tossing out the air-jack system and replacing the glass windows with plastic ones. Other features of the P1 LM include gold-plated heat shielding (just like the McLaren F1) air-conditioning, orange Alcantara seat inserts and even more carbon-fibre – the roof is finished in fully-exposed carbon-fibre.
Limited Edition Bugatti Veyron by Mansory Vivere RRP: £2,805,386. Top speed 410 kph/255 mph; 0-100 kph/0-60 mph 2.5 seconds; Power & torque 1109 bhp/815 kW & 1500 Nm @ 2000 rpm; bhp/weight 609 bhp per tonne; Displacement W16 8 litre/7993 cc & Weight 1820 kg/4012 lbs.
W Motors Lykan Hypersport RRP: £2,725,014. The Lykan Hypersport is a Lebanese limited production hypercar built by W Motors, a U.A.E. based company, founded in 2012 in Lebanon with the collaboration of Lebanese, French and Italian engineers. It is the first supercar to be produced in the Middle East, and is featured in the film Furious 7, and the video games Project CARS, Driveclub, Asphalt 8: Airborne, Asphalt Nitro, Forza Motorsport 6, and GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience, Forza Horizon 3, CSR Racing and CSR Racing 2. The Lykan can also be briefly seen in the second Fate of the Furious trailer. It is the first car to be designed and produced indigenously in the Arab World. W Motors plan to produce only seven units of the car. The first pre-production Lykan HyperSport was launched at the Qatar Motor Show in February 2013.
Aston Martin Valkyrie RRP: £2,500,000. The revolutionary hypercar being co-developed by Aston Martin and Red Bull Advanced Technologies, formerly identified by its codename AM-RB 001, has now been officially named the Aston Martin Valkyrie. The product of a unique Innovation Partnership between the British luxury brand and eminent F1TM team, this ambitious, uncompromising and wholly extraordinary collaboration combines the vision and skills of two world-leading brands to create a road car the like of which has never been seen before.
Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio RRP: £2,402,113.
Mercedes-AMG Project ONE RRP: £2,400,000. The Mercedes-AMG hypercar – probably the most fascinating two-seater that will ever hit the road. Offering unadulterated Formula One technology for the road, the hypercar is thus the first commercially available vehicle with F1 hybrid powertrain and road approval. The highly efficient and powerful Formula One hybrid drivetrain accompanied by a purely electric and wheel selective front axle drive concept is expected to develop a combined system power of more than 1,000 hp (735 kW). The hypercar is a true performance hybrid that marks the pinnacle of what is currently technologically feasible. In terms of output and efficiency, this hypercar points the way to “AMG Future Performance”. It is a project that sets a spectacular milestone on the way to the future of Mercedes-AMG. The Mercedes-AMG Project ONE.
LaFerrari FXX K RRP: £2,164,860. The Ferrari FXX K is a high performance limited production (40 units) race car built by automobile manufacturer Ferrari in Maranello, Italy and designed by architect Flavio Manzoni director of Centro Stile Ferrari. The FXX K is based on the street-legal LaFerrari. It is a successor to the FXX and the 599XX. The name “FXX K” is actually Ferrari’s research and development program based around a laboratory car which is based on Maranello’s first hybrid, the LaFerrari.
Pagani Huayra BC RRP: £2,084,160. The final engine spec is still being established by AMG but expect around 800bhp at 6200rpm and 811lb ft from 4000-6500rpm. Engine 5980cc, V12, 48v, twin-turbocharged; Power c800bhp @ 6200rpm; Torque c811lb ft @ 4000-6500rpm; 0-62mph 2.8sec (estimated) & Top Speed 220mph (estimated).
Ferrari F60 America RRP: £2,084,160. Top speed 330 kph/205 mph; 0-100 kph/0-60 mph 3.2 seconds; Power & torque 740 bhp/544 kW & 690 Nm @ 6,000 rpm; bhp/weight 463 bhp per tonne; Displacement V12 6.3 litre / 6,262 cc & Weight 1,600 kg/3,527 lbs.
Bugatti Chiron RRP: £2,084,160. In order to achieve a 25 percent increase in performance compared to its predecessor, almost every single part of the engine was looked at and newly developed. This feat of engineering resulted in the W16 engine of the Bugatti Chiron being able to develop an unbelievable 1,103 kW (1,500 bps) from its 8 litres of displacement. The engine reaches its maximum torque of 1,600 Nm thanks to the turbocharger which Bugatti actually even developed itself. The 4 turbochargers are now double-powered and already guarantee maximum torque at 2,000 rpm, and the torque is maintained at this level all the way up to 6,000 rpm. The result is unbelievable acceleration which only comes to an end in the twilight zone somewhere beyond the 400 km/h mark. Electronically limited top speed of 420 km/h – although it’s expected to be able to reach 463 km/h.
Aston Martin Vulcan RRP: £1,843,680. The Aston Martin Vulcan is a two-door, two-seater, V12 high-performance lightweight limited edition car launched in 2015 by Aston Martin at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Its engine, mounted in an aluminium alloy chassis with a carbon fibre body, delivers 800 brake horsepower (600 kW). The Vulcan is fitted with carbon ceramic brakes, magnesium torque tube with a carbon fibre propeller shaft, limited-slip differential, Xtrac 6-speed sequential gearbox and has a kerb weight of 1,350 kg (2,980 lb). The car is limited to 24 examples worldwide. The Vulcan is powered by Aston’s most potent version of the company’s naturally-aspirated 7.0-litre V12 engine. Top speed 360 kph/224 mph; 0-100 kph/ 0-60 mph 2.9 seconds; Power & torque 811 bhp/596 kW & 800 Nm @ 6000 rpm; bhp/weight 601 bhp per tonne; Displacement V12 7 litre/7000 cc & Weight 1350 kg/2976 lbs.
Lamborghini Sesto Elemento RRP: £1,763,960. The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento (“Sixth Element” in English) is a two-door, two-seater, V10 high-performance lightweight limited edition car produced by Italian automaker Lamborghini, which debuted at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The Sesto Elemento’s name is a reference to the atomic number of carbon, in recognition of the car’s extensive use of carbon fiber. The Sesto Elemento is equipped with a 6-speed semi-automatic transmission with paddle shift and all wheel drive system, mated to a 5.2 litre V10 engine borrowed from the Gallardo, generating 578 PS (425 kW; 570 hp) and 540 N·m (400 lbf·ft) of torque. The chassis, body, drive shaft and suspension components are made of carbon fiber, reducing the overall weight to a mere 999 kilograms (2,202 lb), a weight comparable to subcompact cars. Air is released through 10 distinctive hexagonal holes in the engine cover, while two intakes funnel cool air into the mid-mounted engine compartment. Lamborghini claims a 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) acceleration time of just 2.5 seconds, and top speed of over 210 mph. Lamborghini sources said that “…they will sell it in very small numbers, in 2013.” Lamborghini Sesto Elemento has a power to weight ratio of 1.75 kg (3.86 lb) per horsepower, which is currently the best power to weight ratio of a production Lamborghini. The Sesto Elemento’s interior is generally bare with few vehicle comforts such as air-conditioning and car stereo. The seats are made of foam and stuck onto the chassis of the vehicle, reducing weight and production costs.
McLaren P1 GTR RRP: £1,603,000. Without road-car regulations to hold it back, the McLaren P1™ GTR pushes everything to the limit. Available only to McLaren P1™ owners, production of the track-focused GTR began upon completion of the 375th and final road car. The mid-mounted powerplant has an output of 1,000PS (986bhp) and includes an ERS-style push-to-pass system. The large fixed rear wing features a Formula 1™-derived Drag Reduction System and the wing mirrors have been repositioned to the A pillars to put them closer to the eye line of the driver and reduce aerodynamic drag. The car sits at a fixed ride height on race-prepared suspension over 19-inch motorsport alloy wheels. Below the rear wing is the exposed, centrally mounted inconel and titanium alloy exhaust. This all new straight cut twin pipe design has been developed exclusively for the GTR.
Koenigsegg One:1 RRP: £1,602,800. Unique track-optimized aero winglets, extended venturi tunnels and side splitters, Le-Mans inspired active wing configuration and optimized active under trim air management. Large air vents for improved cooling, roof air scoop to support the 1 Megawatt of power, 8250 RPM rev limit, complemented with custom-made Michelin Cup Tires, upgraded rear Triplex suspension with carbon bevel springs and active shock absorbers and ride height, combined with upgraded revolutionary Koenigsegg Aircore carbon fiber wheels. Koenigsegg was the first extreme car manufacturer to take steps toward green technology with the release of the biofuel CCXR in 2007. The One:1, a sibling of the highly competitive Agera R, follows in the footsteps of the CCXR as it also runs on E85 biofuel, race fuel or normal gasoline. Power output: 1 MW at 7500 rpm – rpm limiter @ 8250 rpm; Torque: over 1000 Nm from 3000 to 8000 rpm; Max torque: 1371 Nm at 6000 rpm; 0 – 400 km/h approx. 20 sec; 400 – 0 km/h approx. 10 sec; Braking distance: 28 m (100-0 km/h); Max lateral g-force: 2.0 g & Emission levels: Euro VI.
Koenigsegg Regera RRP: £1,602,800. The Regera produces a reported total of 1,825 PS (1,342 kW; 1,800 hp) through a hybrid powertrain. As in general, the Regera’s internal combustion engine (ICE) produces its greatest power only at high RPMs; however, due to the fixed gear, this corresponds to very high speeds. Power at low speeds is filled in by the electric motors, giving a maximum combined mechanical output of 1,500 PS (1,100 kW; 1,500 hp) and 2,000 N·m (1,475 lb·ft) of torque. The ICE is a mid-rear mounted, in-house developed, twin-turbocharged V8 engine with a 5.0-litre capacity. It produces 820 kW (1,115 PS; 1,100 hp) at 7,800 rpm and 1,280 N·m (944 lb·ft) at 4,100 rpm. It works in conjunction with three YASA electric motors with a total capacity of 520 kW (710 PS; 700 hp) and 900 N·m (664 lb·ft) of torque. One 215 hp (160 kW; 218 PS) electric motor-generator on the crankshaft acts as starter and generator and supplies torque fill; and two 241 hp (180 kW) wheel-shaft mounted electric motors drive each rear wheel and provide torque vectoring. The electric motors are powered by a 4.5-kWh, 800-volt, 75-kg liquid cooled battery pack developed by Rimac Automobili, making it the first 800-volt production car. Koenigsegg claims that the battery pack is the most power-dense battery pack ever created for a production car. 0–100 km/h in 2.7 seconds; 0–200 km/h in 6.6 seconds & 0–300 km/h in just 10.9 seconds.
Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 RRP: £1,516,286. Equipped with a 770 CV aspirated V12 engine springing from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, the newly-born Lamborghini car has been produced in a limited edition, for a total of 40 models: 20 Coupés and 20 Roadsters will be delivered to Lamborghini collectors from 2017.
Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta RRP: £1,122,240. The LaFerrari Aperta’s powertrain, which is the same as the LaFerrari’s, uses hybrid technology. It couples an 800 CV 6,262cc V12 with a 120 kW (163 CV) electric motor for a total output of over 960 CV. Proprietary Ferrari algorithms guarantee optimal integration of the electric motor and V12 engine and thereby optimising dynamic behaviour. When the car is cornering, the HY-KERS keeps the V12’s revs up to ensure quicker response times to the accelerator pedal when exiting.
Aston Martin One-77 RRP: £1,122,240. Fusing advanced technology with stunning design, the million-pound, 7.3 litre V12 One-77 was revealed as the fastest-ever Aston Martin, with a top speed of 220 mph. It represents what is possibly the world’s most desirable automotive art form, with an immensely rigid lightweight carbon fibre monocoque clad in a seamless bodyshell handcrafted from aluminium at its heart. With all 77 examples sold, production of One-77 was completed in 2012.
Mazzanti Evantra Millecavalli RRP: £961,080. Mazzanti Evantra is a high performance crafted car made by Italian company Mazzanti Automobili that had its World premiere at the Top Marques Show Monaco in 2013. Evantra is produced on commission, in a maximum of five units per year.