Some of the fastest production cars in the world as of 2015 are the Hennessey Venom GT, Bugatti Veyron, SSC Ultimate Aero and McLaren F1. The Venom GT holds the current top production vehicle speed record of 270 mph, tho... More »

An Indy car may routinely break 22 miles per hour during a single race, while the average speed is generally 218 to 227 mph. When determining the top speed of any car, racers suggest taking driving conditions into consid... More »

The fastest and loudest cars, such as the record-breaking Venom GT, are often custom builds with enhanced exhaust systems, according to the car's official website. To order a Venom GT, for example, the buyer would need t... More »

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