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  • Ford and Webasto unveiled this all-electric Mustang at SEMA.
  • It's powered by an 800-volt Webasto battery and a dual-core electric motor that produces over 900 horsepower and more than 1000 lb-ft of torque.
  • Ford could be using this to build interest ahead of the mid-November reveal of its all-electric Mustang-inspired crossover.

Ford is preparing to unveil the all-electric Mustang-inspired crossover, and now it is showing us something enticingly similar ahead of the November 17 release. Webasto and Ford created an all-electric Mustang called the Mustang Lithium to promote the future of Ford's electrification efforts on the popular muscle car.

The Mustang Lithium is powered by an 800-volt Webasto battery and a Phi-Power dual-core electric motor with dual power inverters. Ford claims that it produces more than 900 horsepower and more than 1000 lb-ft of torque. It also utilizes a Getrag six-speed manual transmission to send the massive amounts of power to the wheels.


Ford's Performance track handling pack is installed with a strut tower brace and Brembo six-piston front brakes straight from the GT350R. It looks similar to a standard Mustang GT with Ford's performance pack level 2 upgrade, though the Mustang Lithium sports custom carbon fiber side splitters and rear diffuser with a Webasto hood and see-through polycarbonate windows. In addition to the body upgrades, this electric Stang has a one-inch-lower stance and 20-inch staggered-width wheels mounted with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S rubber.


The inside looks just like the production Mustang, but this all-electric version is flooded with light-blue accents, and it features a 10.4-inch touchscreen. The touchscreen in this one-off electric muscle car could be foreshadowing the bigger screens Ford has already said it's rolling out in future product, and certainly we could see one in the upcoming all-electric crossover. Four driving modes—Valet, Sport, Track, and Beast—are interchangeable via the touchscreen.

Ford is clearly very invested in its electric future as it has already invested around $11.5 billion in these efforts. Along with the Mach E, the company plans to release an all-electric F-150 pickup in the coming years. We'll have all electric Ford news for you when we have it including the all-electric Mustang-inspired crossover, which debuts on November 17 ahead of the L.A. auto show.

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Power 662 kW / 900 hp | Torque 1050** Nm | 0-100 km/h 2.8 s | Vmax 330 km/h / 206 mph
Fuel Economy* city 17,3 l/100km | highway 10,1 l/100km | combined 11,5 l/100km | CO2 260 g/km

A New Masterpiece. BRABUS ROCKET 900 „ONE OF TEN“

The BRABUS brand has been building high-performance supercars based on Mercedes-Benz automobiles for more than four decades. This tradition now continues logically and seamlessly under the BRABUS MASTERPIECE label with the new BRABUS ROCKET 900 "ONE OF TEN." A limited edition of just ten vehicles of this model will be built in the high-end BRABUS Manufaktur in Bottrop based on the GT 63 S 4MATIC+.

At the heart of this BRABUS top-of-the-line automobile is the new BRABUS ROCKET 900 Biturbo V8 increased-displacement engine, which thanks to the displacement increase to 4.5 liters and a new high-performance forced- induction system delivers a peak output of 662 kW / 900 hp (888 bhp). Although the engine produces a peak torque of 1,250 Nm (922 lb-ft), it is limited in the vehicle to 1,050 Nm (774 lb-ft).

In combination with the SPEEDSHIFT MCT 9-speed sports transmission and all-wheel drive, the four-seat coupe slings itself from rest to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.8 seconds. The car reaches 300 km/h (186 mph) in just 23.9 seconds.

Due to the tires, the top speed is electronically limited to 330 km/h (205 mph). In order to put the tremendous power of the new BRABUS increased-displacement engine onto the road optimally, the BRABUS ROCKET 900 "ONE OF TEN" is equipped with extremely wide Monoblock Z wheels with diameters of 21" on the front and  22" on the rear axle. High-performance tires are supplied by our technology partner Pirelli.To create space for them, the BRABUS designers developed a carbon widebody with thrilling styling. The matching aerodynamic-enhancement components were developed in the wind tunnel. They produce more downforce and thus increase the handling stability at high speeds.

BRABUS also offers buyers of this supercar the option to custom-tailor the interior of the vehicle to their personal preferences with a bespoke MASTERPIECE interior.

Design & Exterior. Carbon to the fullest.

In order to give the supercar that extravagant BRABUS bold look, the BRABUS designers developed the thrillingly styled BRABUS ROCKET 900 widebody for the four-door coupe. The components are manufactured from high-strength, yet lightweight carbon. The front features new wider fenders with integrated sweeping flares. At the rear axle, carbon flares add 7.8 centimeters (3.1 in) to the overall width of the GT. Of course, this conversion also includes tailor-made fender liners made from Kevlar. The aerodynamics play an elementary role in the speed ranges the new BRABUS supercar can reach in a flash. That is the reason behind the development of the ROCKET carbon front fascia, which provides a perfect transition to the wider carbon front fenders: The larger air intakes supply the engine and the front brakes with fresh air. The air intakes integrated into the radiator grille are part of the ram-air intake system. The spoiler integrated into this front-end component was shaped to further reduce front-axle lift.

In order to achieve an optimal aerodynamic balance, the BRABUS design team went into the wind tunnel to develop a multi-piece carbon rear wing and a rear diffuser made from that same hi-tech compound for the BRABUS ROCKET 900 "ONE OF TEN". Other decidedly sporty accents on the body include naked carbon panels at the sides of the rear bumper and carbon covers for the side mirrors.


Especially wide high-performance tires are a big help in further optimizing the outstanding traction of the 4MATIC+ all-wheel-drive system. That is the reason why the BRABUS suspension engineers developed special, extra-large versions of the BRABUS Monoblock Z wheels. In order to achieve an optimal combination of lightweight construction and maximum strength, these ten-spoke alloys are manufactured using a hi-tech forging process. To give the exclusive looks of these wheels an added sporty touch, the BRABUS ROCKET 900 "ONE OF TEN" is equipped with aero discs made from naked carbon. 

The front axle is fitted with BRABUS Monoblock Z "PLATINUM EDITION" 10.5Jx21 wheels with 295/30 ZR 21 P Zero high-performance tires from BRABUS technology partner Pirelli. At the rear, Pirelli tires of size 335/25 ZR 22 on 12Jx22 wheels provide grip and ensure spectacular looks. The BRABUS AIRMATIC SPORT Unit lowers the ride height of the four-door coupe by about 25 millimeters (1 in) in the two drive modes "Comfort" and "Sport."

POWER & SOUND. Ready for take-off?

The new BRABUS ROCKET 900 "ONE OF TEN" is based on the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4MATIC+ powered by a four-liter eight-cylinder with two turbochargers. This engine is the basis for the new BRABUS ROCKET 900 Biturbo V8 increased-displacement engine.
As we all know, there is nothing to replace displacement other than more displacement. Elaborately designed engines with more displacement have a long and successful tradition at BRABUS. 

To begin with, the displacement of the engine is increased to 4.5 liters with state-of-the-art machining technology and utmost precision in every detail. This includes a special precision-balanced billet crankshaft with a stroke increased to 100 millimeters (3.9 in), likewise special billet piston rods, larger forged pistons and the increase of the eight cylinder bores to 84 millimeters (3.3 in).

Another special development is the BRABUS ROCKET 900 V8 forced-induction system with two special BRABUS high-performance turbochargers. They have a larger compressor unit than the production components and a special core assembly with reinforced axial bearing. These turbochargers increase the maximum boost pressure to 1.4 bar.
To provide the engine with more air to breathe, the BRABUS ROCKET 900 "ONE OF TEN" features an integrated carbon ram-air intake system on the left and right in the radiator grille. The fuel supply of the engine, which can be identified visually by a special BRABUS engine cover with red carbon fibers, is modified with special high-pressure pumps. The exhaust side uses a BRABUS stainless-steel high-performance quad exhaust system with free-flow metal catalysts, which was produced specifically for the GT floor pan. In addition to reducing the exhaust backpressure, the all-stainless system also features exhaust flaps for an electronically controlled sound management. From the cockpit, the driver can choose between the subtle "Coming home" mode and, depending on the selected drive mode, a particularly powerful eight-cylinder exhaust note.

The electronic engine control unit was also recalibrated to match the new hardware: To this end, new mapping for injection, ignition and boost pressure control was programmed in extensive series of tests on engine test benches, all-wheel-drive rolling roads as well as on test drives on the road and on the track. These measures serve not only to achieve the optimal power delivery, but also to comply with the strict EURO 6D ISC-FCM emissions standard. The ROCKET 900 V8 increased-displacement engine delivers outstanding power and torque figures: The peak output of 662 kW / 900 hp (888 bhp) is produced at a low 6,200 rpm. Equally impressive is the peak torque of 1,250 Nm (922 lb-ft), on tap at 2,900 rpm. This figure is limited electronically in the vehicle to 1,050 Nm (774 lb-ft) to protect the drivetrain. Much higher figures were actually measured on the test bench. Technology partner MOTUL supplies the hi-tech lubricants for the entire powertrain of the new BRABUS supercar.

The power is sent to all four wheels by the 4MATIC+ all-wheel-drive system and a SPEEDSHIFT MCT 9-speed sports transmission, which can be shifted automatically or manually with the BRABUS RACE aluminum paddle shifters on the steering wheel. 
The new BRABUS powerplant in the bow makes the BRABUS ROCKET 900 "ONE OF TEN" one of the most powerful four-seat all-wheel-drive coupes in the world. From rest, the exclusive four-door car slings itself to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.8 seconds. After 9.7 seconds, the supercar already travels at a speed of 200 km/h (124 mph). The 300-km/h mark (186 mph) is shattered in 23.9 seconds. Due to the relatively high vehicle weight of 2,120 kilograms (4,673 pounds) and the tires, the top speed is electronically limited to330 km/h (205 mph).

Fine leather INTERIoR. The MAsterpiece.

For the example "01" of the „ONE OF TEN“ Limited Edition a special paint finish „Stealth Grey“ was selected. That same color is also found in the MASTERPIECE interior of the BRABUS ROCKET 900 "ONE OF TEN," which is tailored to the wishes of its future owner by experienced master upholsterers in the BRABUS Manufaktur in Bottrop. The BRABUS MASTERPIECE badge on the backrests documents the noble origin of this cockpit.

The grey seams and piping of these exclusive leather appointments add delicate contrasts to the fine royal black leather and Alcantara. Grey decorative stitching likewise demonstrates the great love of detail in these BRABUS MASTERPIECE appointments. The seat surfaces and inner sections of the door panels feature a quilted "Crest" coat of arms pattern applied with pinpoint precision. The same precision went into the additional perforations and the gray backing of the leather in select places. The floor mats and the trunk mat both also sport that same design.

The BRABUS supercar pictured here features precisely 215 parts from switches to bezels in the cockpit that were coated to match the vehicle color. Carbon elements with high-gloss sealer add sporty accents in the interior as well.

Stainless-steel scuff plates with backlit BRABUS logo that lights up in different colors in sync with the ambient interior lighting round off the high-class interior design. BRABUS aluminum door pins and pedals add a decidedly sporty touch in the cockpit. The "ONE OF TEN” plaque in the cockpit documents the strictly limited edition of this high-end Supercar.

equipment highlights


Painting of complete vehicle in "stealth grey" 
BRABUS special painting of chrome parts black
BRABUS ROCKET 900 "ONE OF TEN" exterior, consisting of: 
Front spoiler glossy carbon fibre
RamAir intake front grille glossy carbon fibre
Front fenders in glossy carbon fibre 
Kevlar cover for wheel arch panel
Add-on parts for fender rear axle glossy carbon fibre  
Rear diffusor glossy carbon fibre
Rear spoiler glossy carbon fibre
Body work on rear side panels, left and right 
Special accessoires in carbon
BRABUS rear bumper add-on parts glossy carbon fibre
BRABUS double-B Logo for radiator grille
BRABUS ROCKET radiator grille Logo, illuminated
incl. ROCKET launch light package
BRABUS mirror covers in glossy carbon fibre


BRABUS enlarged displacement ROCKET 900 V8 biturbo engine
Displacement:4.407 cm³
Power:662kw / 900HP at 6.200 rpm
Torque:1050 Nm (electronically limited)
Displacement extension to 4.5 liters consisting of:
From the solid milled and finely balanced special crankshaft with stroke 100 mm
8 from the full milled special connecting rod
8 forged pistons for bore 84,00 mm and adapted compression height
2x BRABUS special turbocharger with larger compressor unit 
Including modified exhaust manifolds
Down pipe Ø 75 mm
Back pressure lowering BRABUS metal catalyst system
Special applied BRABUS data status for engine control unit
Exhaust system
BRABUS valve controlled sports exhaust system with pipe diameter 76 mm
Control unit/ module
BRABUS Start-Stop Memory

Wheels & Chassis

BRABUS Monoblock Z forged wheels
Front axle: 10,5J x 21 H2 Offset 50
Tires 295/35 ZR 21 Pirelli P-Zero
Rear axle: 12J x 22 H2 Offset 45
Tires 335/25 ZR 22 Pirelli P-Zero
BRABUS aero disc in carbon (for front & rear wheels) 
Special painting of wheels in black with red accent
BRABUS brake design
Chassis/ modules


BRABUS MASTERPIECE leather interior
BRABUS Royal black with grey seals for 2 front and rear seats with headrests
Special design "CREST"
Surcharge for vented seats
Headliner in alcantara
A- B- and C- pillars in alcantara
Set of sunvisors in alcantara
Door panels in leather
Middle console in leather
Dashboard upper part incl. center console in leather
Dashboard lower part incl. glove box cover in leather
Steering wheel, backside of steering wheel and airbag in leather 
Floor mats in leather with stitched logo
Boot mat in lesather with stitched logo
Decor interior components in glossy carbon 
BRABUS design appointment interior in "shadow grey" (215 pieces) 
BRABUS entrance panels with illuminated BRABUS logo, LED-technology with colour change
Every Supercar is individually build and coordinated to your wish. 
Please contact us for your individual configuration.
BRABUS Interior Package Accessoires
BRABUS shift pedals
BRABUS aluminium pedal pads
BRABUS doorlock pins 4-pcs.

Performance & Fuel Economy

Technical Data

Engine size4407 cm3
Power662 kW / 900 hp
Torque1050** Nm
0-100 km/h2.8 s
0-60 mph2.8 s
Vmax330 km/h / 206 mph

Fuel Economy

city17,3 l/100km
highway10,1 l/100km
combined11,5 l/100km
CO2 Emissions260 g/km


* All stated driving performance figures are approximate values. They depend on vehicle-specific details such as the vehicle model, equipment, curb weight, final-drive ratio, tire/wheel combination, transmission design and aerodynamic equipment of the individual vehicle. Details of performance upgrades and/or performance kits are average values. Deviations of +/- 5% are possible due to test conditions. Details about the total power output of factory engines modified with performance upgrades and/or performance kits are based on the manufacturer specifications in the vehicle title, which themselves can deviate by +/- 5%. BRABUS assumes no liability for reduced outputs of factory engines going beyond this. Subject to technical modifications without notice. The stated figures were determined in accordance with the prescribed measuring method (Directive 80/1268/EEC in the currently valid version). The figures do not refer to an individual vehicle and are not part of the offer, but are solely intended for comparison between different vehicle models. ** Torque was electronically controlled.

Efficiency & Fuel Economy

Fuel Economy*
city 17,3 l/100km
highway 10,1 l/100km
combined 11,5 l/100km
CO2 260 g/km


* Determined based on the measured CO2 emissions in consideration of the vehicle mass.

Sours: https://www.brabus.com/en/supercars/brabus-rocket-900.html
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Power 662 kW / 900 hp | Torque 1500* Nm | 0-100 km/h 3.7 s | Vmax 350 km/h / 220 mph
Fuel Economy* city 20,3 l/100km | highway 10,4 l/100km | combined 14,0 l/100km | CO2 320 g/km


BRABUS 900 – the comfort rocket among luxury sedans. Thanks to the ROCKET engine, the luxury supercar reaches performance levels previously the exclusive preserve of the world's most powerful super sports cars. The high-performance sedan sets itself apart with a huge peak power output of 662 kW/900 hp and a top speed of up to 350 km/h. The BRABUS 900 twin-turbo V12 engine pushes the four-seater from rest to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds.

Visually, the BRABUS 900 scores with an expressive aerodynamic-enhancement concept and PLATINUM EDITION forged wheels. On the inside, the consummately crafted BRABUS Masterpiece appointments are tailored to the vehicle owner's preferences in every detail and provide impressive proof of the company's unrivalled expertise. Thanks to innovative business and multimedia solutions, the elegant BRABUS 900 is the fastest workspace on wheels – and an entertainment universe that exceeds all expectations. 

POWER & SOUND. Supreme performance

The sporty highlight of the BRABUS 900 is its twin-turbo twelve-cylinder engine fitted with specially developed high-performance turbochargers. The engine produces a peak output of 662 kW / 900 hp at a low 5,550 rpm and a peak torque of 1,500 Nm at 4,200 rpm. It accelerates the four-seater from rest to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds. The top speed is electronically limited to a breathtaking 350 km/h.

This BRABUS 900 offers impressive sound at the touch of a button: The exhaust note is markedly powerful in 'Sport' mode, while the driver can select the "Coming Home" mode for an unobtrusive, softer sound.

Design & EXTERIOR. Appearance with charisma.

Tasteful elegance meets aerodynamic efficiency – the aerodynamic-enhancement concept puts the striking looks of this supercar in the perfect light.

The elegant and powerful front view of the BRABUS 900, underscored by the front fascia and masculine radiator grille, emphasizes the dynamic overall impression. The large air intakes in the BRABUS bumper ensure an optimal supply of fresh air for the radiators and engine to achieve extraordinary performance on a lasting basis.

The rear view is defined impressively by the BRABUS rear fascia. The exclusive looks are rounded off by the integrated diffuser and the four chromed tailpipes of the BRABUS high-performance exhaust system.

WHEELS & CHassis. Design meets high-tech.

The BRABUS Monoblock PLATINUM EDITION forged wheels ensure safe exploitation of the tremendous vehicle performance and give the extraordinary luxury sedan breathtaking looks. Customers can choose from various exclusive designs of the hi-tech forged wheels to put the personal finishing touches on the vehicle.

The high-performance tires  are supplied by BRABUS technology partners Continental, Pirelli or YOKOHAMA.

The high level of driving dynamics of the BRABUS 900 is ensured by the perfectly tuned suspension. It offers outstanding ride quality and attractive looks thanks to its optimized ride height.

INTERIOR. Individual handmade masterpieces.

Matching the sporty-elegant lines of the BRABUS 900, the interior likewise shines with handmade exclusivity:  The special BRABUS Masterpiece interior and the innovative in-car business concept are tailored to the vehicle owner's preferences in every detail. This does not only include a limitless variety of leather and alcantara varieties in every single color that can be made in virtually any single upholstery design. Also unique is the range of precious wood or carbon inlays in the respective color and various surface finishes. The BRABUS Starry Sky headliner, whose hundreds of stars light up and change color in sync with the ambient lighting, also adds extraordinary highlights.

The luxurious interior appointments are completed by the innovative business and entertainment concept. An innovative business and entertainment concept completes the luxurious interior design. BRABUS in-car-IT-experts develop tailor-made business solutions in combination with an inexhaustible entertainment program.



BRABUS Carbon Package Body
BRABUS front spoiler lip
BRABUS front fascia attachments
BRABUS special radiator grille
BRABUS convenience closing system
BRABUS rear fascia inserts
BRABUS courtesy lighting
BRABUS Brand Package Exterior
BRABUS hood emblem
BRABUS logotype on vehicle sides
BRABUS emblem on trunk lid
BRABUS logotype on trunk lid


Exhaust Systems
BRABUS exhaust system with actively controlled flaps
Engine (Powerboost)
BRABUS rocket 900 increased-displacement engine

WHEELS & Chassis

BRABUS Monoblock M ceramics-polished wheels 21" 
Suspensions / Modules
BRABUS ride-height lowering module


BRABUS fine leather Interior
Every supercar is a custom production and tailored to your preferences. Please contact us to compose your personal configuration.

For illustrative purposes on this supercar:

Special rhomboid quilting, BRABUS Mastik leather in mocha

BRABUS Starry Sky
BRABUS Interior Package Accessories
Aluminum pedal pads
Scuff plates 
BRABUS RACE aluminum paddle shifters 
Aluminum door-lock pins 
BRABUS Starry Sky
Genuine-carbon trim strips
BRABUS Multimedia and Business Equipment
Business Package incl. MS Surface Pro i5 tablet

Performance & Fuel Economy

Technical Data

Engine size5980 cm3
Power662 kW / 900 hp
Torque1500* Nm
0-100 km/h3.7 s
0-60 mph3.7 s
Vmax350 km/h / 220 mph

Fuel Economy

city 20,3 l/100km
highway10,4 l/100km
combined14,0 l/100km
CO2 Emissions320 g/km


* All stated driving performance figures are approximate values. They depend on vehicle-specific details such as the vehicle model, equipment, curb weight, final-drive ratio, tire/wheel combination, transmission design and aerodynamic equipment of the individual vehicle. Details of performance upgrades and/or performance kits are average values. Deviations of +/- 5% are possible due to test conditions. Details about the total power output of factory engines modified with performance upgrades and/or performance kits are based on the manufacturer specifications in the vehicle title, which themselves can deviate by +/- 5%. BRABUS assumes no liability for reduced outputs of factory engines going beyond this. Subject to technical modifications without notice. The stated figures were determined in accordance with the prescribed measuring method (Directive 80/1268/EEC in the currently valid version). The figures do not refer to an individual vehicle and are not part of the offer, but are solely intended for comparison between different vehicle models.

** All prices valid ex-factory Bottrop.

*** Torque was electronically controlled.

Efficiency & Fuel Economy

Fuel Economy*
city 20,3 l/100km
highway 10,4 l/100km
combined 14,0 l/100km
CO2 320 g/km


* Determined based on the measured CO2 emissions in consideration of the vehicle mass.

Sours: https://www.brabus.com/en/supercars/brabus-900.html
6 Cars That Have Too Much Horsepower

Porsche 911 GT2 RS - 700 Horsepower

Porsche chose to unveil the 991-generation 911 GT2 RS during the 2017 E3 gaming expo at the Xbox stand as it was featured in a new title in the Forza series. The automaker obviously wanted to promote the car (of which only 1,000 will be made) among those who played the game, but it’s no coincidence that it happens to have exactly 700 horsepower (at 7,000 rpm) from its twin-turbo, 3.8-liter, six-cylinder engine, and game-like acceleration numbers and handling characteristics. The transmission is a seven-speed PDK dual-clutch.

It can go from naught to 100 km/h / 62 mph in under 3 seconds; top speed is 340 km/h / 211 mph), but what it really likes most is to go around corners, usually with its tail either slightly out or really pushing drift-level angles.

Being turbocharged, it also has a lot of torque too - 553 pound-feet (between 2,200 - 4,500 rpm) to be specific - so it feels very muscular to pick up from even lower rpms. That means on a track you can rely on the pulling power to drag you out of some corners without having to shift.

Price: from $187,500

Engine3.8-liter Six-Cylinder
TransmissionSeven-Speed PDK
Horsepower700 HP
Torque553 LB-FT
Weight3,241 LB
Power to Weight Ratio4.7lb/HP
0-62 MPHLess Than 3 Seconds
Top speed211 MPH

Read our full review on the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS

Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat - 707 Horsepower

The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is the quintessential 700+ attainable car. It is by all definitions an American muscle car in terms of the way it looks, sounds, and goes. But, there’s actually more to it than that, as it’s not that bad at taking corners and you can actually have a lot of fun with it on twistier roads.

But, it’s still obviously the engine that dominates the headlines (and the experience of being aboard a Hellcat).

The 6.2-liter, supercharged, Hemi V-8 makes 707 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 649 pound-feet of twist.

That’s enough to push the car — which weighs more than two tons — from 0 to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds and on to 199 mph flat out. At the same time, though, thanks to the Challenger’s excellent cruiser abilities and the smoothness of the eight-speed automatic gearbox, it’s very easy to live with (if you can stomach the fuel bill, that is).

Price: from $58,990

Engine6.2-Liter Hemi V-8
TransmissionEight-Speed Auto
Horsepower707 HP
Torque649 LB-FT
Weight4,448 LBS
Power to Weight Ratio6.29 LB / HP
0-62 MPH3.4 Seconds
Top speed199 MPH

Read our full review on the 2018 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk - 707 Horsepower

What FCA did in order to create the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk was simple. It put the same 6.2-liter, supercharged, Hemi V-8 from the Hellcat under its hood. In doing so, the brand managed to make a performance SUV that does really great on tarmac. From the outside, you won’t really know you’re looking at a Trackhawk unless you spot the unique badging, the low stance, and the big Brembo brakes with yellow calipers.

Even if it has all-wheel drive and a seamless-shifting eight-speed box, it’s not as fast off the line as the Challenger because it has to lug around nearly 2.4 tons, making it some five people heavier than the coupe.

But it can still shoot to 62 mph in around 3.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 180 mph.

Its engine makes 707 horsepower and 645 pound-feet of torque, and flooring the gas at any speed in this will place a lot of strain on your neck muscles as they struggle to keep your head level - it goes around corners much better than it has a right to, according to reviews.

Price: from $86,200

Engine6.2-Liter Hemi V-8
TransmissionEight-Speed Auto
Horsepower707 HP
Torque645 LB-FT
Weight5,363 LBS
Power to Weight Ratio7.58 LB/HP
0-62 MPH3.5 Seconds
Top speed180 MPH

Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk

Ferrari 488 Pista - 710 Horsepower

Ferrari bumped the engine output of the newish 488 model, the turbocharged replacement for the 458 Italia, past the 700 horsepower mark with the introduction of the harder, faster, and more track-focused 488 Pista. I was there when the wraps fell off the car at the 2018 Geneva motor show, and let me tell you, it drew one heck of a crowd. It’s as if the whole motor show stopped to witness Ferrari’s premiere, even though very few people were actually looking to get one.

But it’s not hard to see why people were so into it given the fact the 488 had already made a reputation for itself in non-Pista guise.

This sharpened-up model simply took what was already there and made it better.

The Pista’s 3.9-liter, twin-turbo, V-8 engine makes 710 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and has a peak torque of 567 pound-feet, thus enabling it to sprint from standstill to 62 mph in 2.85 seconds and to 124 mph in 7.6 seconds. Its top speed was not measured, but Ferrari says the 488 Pista should reach in excess of 211 mph. Its acceleration numbers are also helped by the sheer shift speed of its seven-speed dual-clutch.

Price: from around $350,000

Engine3.9-Liter V-8
TransmissionSeven-Speed Dual-Clutch
Horsepower710 HP
Torque567 LB-FT
Weight2822 LB (dry)
Power to Weight Ratio3.97 LB / HP
0-62 MPH2.85 Seconds
Top speed211 MPH

Read our full review on the 2018 Ferrari 488 Pista

McLaren 720S - 710 horsepower

McLaren was essentially reborn as a sports- and supercar manufacturer in the late 2000s with the MP4-12C which, at the time, was the first ever production car fully designed and built by the company. Over time, their roster of models became wider and wider, and now, they have an entire range of models catering to different needs and budgets. The 720S is now one of its mid-range offerings, slotting in between the 570S and the extreme track-honed Senna.

The 720S still runs a development of the original MP4-12C’s 3.8-liter, twin-turbo, V-8 (now displacing 4.0-liters), but now it’s more powerful and sounds much better than it initially did.

It makes exactly 710 horsepower at 7,250 rpm, and its peak torque of 567 pound-feet arrives quite high, at 5,500 rpm.

In contrast, the similar engine in the Ferrari 488 Pista mentioned above (and which is a direct competitor no less) makes exactly as much torque, but it arrives much lower in the rev range, so the McLaren has to be revved a bit higher to extract all it has to give. At least its seven-speed dual-clutch makes downshifts fun and super snappy.

Price: from $284,745

Engine4.0-liter V-8
TransmissionSeven-Speed Dual-Clutch
Horsepower710 HP
Torque567 LB-FT
Weight2829 LB
Power to Weight Ratio3.98 LB / HP
0-62 MPH2.9 Seconds
Top speed212 MPH

Read our full review on the 2018 McLaren 720S

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera - 715 Horsepower

If you want the most extreme, powerful, hardcore and exclusive Aston Martin currently on the market, then you need to look at the striking DBS Superleggera. The vehicle is essentially the same as the current DB11, but it has a significant power bump (and 158-pound weight reduction) that bestows it with considerably more performance. Plus it also looks racier and more aggressive.

Motivating the DBS Superleggera is a twin-turbo V-12 engine that displaces 5.2-liters.

Power is rated at 715 horsepower at 6,500 rpm, but that’s not an extraordinary output by modern standards.

Torque, however, is a massive 663 pound-feet, and it peaks between 1,800 and 5,000 rpm, giving the car an especially muscular feel. That power is sent to the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The benchmark sprint time is 3.4 seconds and top speed is a claimed 340 km/h or 211 mph.

Price: from $304,995

Engine5.2-Liter V-12
TransmissionEight-Speed Auto
Horsepower715 HP
Torque663 LB-FT
Weight3,732 lbs(dry)
Power to Weight Ratio5.21lb / HP
0-62 MPH3.4 Seconds
Top speed211 MPH

Read our full review on the 2018 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

Dodge Challenger SRT Redeye - 797 Horsepower

For some inexplicable reason, FCA decided that the Challenger Hellcat wasn’t hellishly fast enough with its 707 horsepower output, so they created the even more powerful, rarer and more extreme model that goes by the name "Hellcat Redeye."

It relies on the same supercharged, Hemi V-8 for motivation (and the same eight-speed self-shifter), but here it’s been pushed to nearly 800 horsepower (797 to be precise) with torque being boosted to 707 pound-feet.

Like the regular Challenger Hellcat, it’s not the best thing to throw around a twisty road due mainly to its fairly high weight (and internet inertia.) The soft-ish suspension and the uncommunicative steering also make it a little harder to handle. What it does best is annihilate any car regardless of how much it costs from any speed and any rpm, especially if it’s a rolling race and not one where it has to put all its power down from naught; a situation where it always struggles a bit. It’s also probably the best looking and most old school muscle car-like out of all its competitors.

Price: from $69,995

Engine6.2-Liter V-8
TransmissionEight-Speed Auto
Horsepower797 Horsepower
Torque707 LB-FT
Weight4,451 lbs 
Power to Weight Ratio5.58 lb / HP
0-62 MPH3.4 Seconds
Top speed203 MPH

Read our full review on the 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Redeye

Lamborghini Aventador S - 730 Horsepower

The Lamborghini Aventador S is not the most extreme flavor of Aventador that you can have nowadays, but with 730 horsepower at 8,400 rpm and 508 pound-feet of torque (at 5,500 rpm) from its non-turbo, 6.5-liter, V-12 you don’t need to go any more extreme.

It sprints to 62 mph in three seconds flat and can hit a top speed of 218 mph.

Gear shifting is handled by a seven-speed dual-clutch that’s both responsive and quick on the fly.

With all-wheel drive ensuring strong levels of grip at all times (and plenty of usable features), the Aventador is probably one of the most suitable supercars of them all to be used as a daily driver. It attracts the kind of attention only a Lambo could, it is very well built with Audi levels of quality, and it’s definitely a car that makes people stop and stare. Some may even recognize its very unique V-12 engine note and know it’s coming before it comes into view. I think the Aventador has future classic written all over it.

Price: from $417,650

Engine6.5-liter, NA, V-12
TransmissionSeven-Speed Dual-Clutch
Horsepower730 HP
Torque508 LB-FT
Weight3,472 lbs
Power to Weight Ratio4.75 lbs/ HP
0-62 MPH3.0 Seconds
Top speed218 MPH

Read our full review on the 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S

Chevy Corvette ZR1 - 755 Horsepower

Chevrolet Calls the Corvette ZR1 a supercar, and with 755 horsepower on tap from its supercharged, 6.2-liter, V-8 engine, we have no problem with it being called that.

With torque rated at 715 pound-feet and a seven-speed manual gearbox, the car can still hit 62 mph in around 3 seconds (0 to 60 mph in 2.85 seconds) and also provide strong in-gear performance.

What’s especially impressive about this latest ZR1 is the fact that it offers very good value for money based on what it can do. Not only can it go in a straight line very quickly, but it is not just good but superb around corners. On a smooth piece of twisty road, this is realistically one of the fastest cars in the world that doesn’t also incur the sale of an organ or two to make the purchase. It also looks quite a bit more special than a normal Corvette thanks to special wheels, unique aero bits, and a lowered stance.

Price: from $123,000

Engine6.2-Liter V-8
TransmissionSeven-Speed Manual
Horsepower755 HP
Torque715 LB-FT
Weight3,618 lbs
Power to Weight Ratio4.79lb / HP
0-62 MPH3.0 seconds
Top speed212 MPH

Read our full review on the 2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1

Ferrari 812 Superfast - 789 Horsepower

Ferrari must have received lots of complaints that the F12 Berlinetta was slow and not sharp enough to drive because it is these two areas that the 812 Superfast builds upon.

As if the F12 wasn’t fast enough, the 812 Superfast successor takes it up a notch with 789 horsepower (at 8,500 rpm) and a peak torque of 718 Nm (at 7,000 rpm).

The source of these impressive numbers is a non-turbo, 6.5-liter, V-12 engine (a development of the unit that powered the F12) that not only provides serious oomph, but also one of the best and most evocative soundtracks in the business. Ferrari has also managed to make the 812 Superfast even more noticeable than the F12 through more daring styling. It’s also sharper to drive mainly through the introduction of rear-wheel steering. The gearbox is the same seven-speed dual clutch used in the F12 but with different software calibration.

Price: from $335,275

Engine6.5-liter V-12
TransmissionSeven-Speed Dual-Clutch
Horsepower789 HP
Torque529 LB-FT
Weight3,594 lbs
Power to Weight Ratio4.55 lbs / HP
0-62 MPH2.9 seconds
Top speed211 MPH

Read our full review on the 2018 Ferrari 812 Superfast

McLaren Senna - 789 Horsepower

McLaren wanted to create a car that’s as exciting and nearly as fast as the P1 hybrid hypercar, but without the hybrid part. Thus, the Senna was born, a car named after one of the most famous (and revered) Formula 1 drivers ever. According to reviews, it’s thoroughly deserving of that name, and it actually succeeds in being as exciting as the company’s flagship model.

Under its hood lies the same basic 4.0-liter V-8 that powers the 720S, but here it’s rated at 789 horsepower (at 7,250 rpm) and 590 pound-feet (achieved between 5,500 and 6,700 rpm).

All that power is channeled through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. The Senna sprints to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds and its top speed should be well in excess of 200 mph, especially since it’s a very light car 2,641 pounds) and has a fairly low drag coefficient (in part thanks to its active rear wing that is constantly moving while the car is driven hard).

Price: $1-million

Engine4.0-Liter V-8
TransmissionSeven-Speed Dual-Clutch
Horsepower789 HP
Torque590 LB-FT
Weight2,641 LBS
Power to Weight Ratio3.34lbs / HP
0-62 MPH2.8 Seconds
Top speed200 MPH
Price$1 Million

Read our full review on the 2019 McLaren Senna

Brabus 900 Rocket Coupe - 887 Horsepower

Brabus is much more than a Mercedes-centric tuner, and the vehicles it creates are sometimes even more luxurious than anything that rolls of Mercedes’ line. They are always considerably faster and more brutal too. Take the Brabus 900 Rocket Coupe, for instance. It’s based on the Mercedes-AMG S65 Coupe, a car whose torque has had to be limited because there was simply too much of it to handle.

It’s the engine that the German company focuses on most, though, and in this instance, they’ve changed quite a bit of the original 6.0-liter, twin-turbo, V-12.

Firstly, its displacement has been increased to 6.3-liters, its internals have been swapped parts rated for higher performance, and the result is 887 horsepower and 1,106 pound-feet of torque.

All that torque has been limited to just 884 pound-feet, though, in order to keep things safe and drivable. The car’s sprint time to 62 mph drops to 3.7 seconds, and it would sail past 217 mph if it weren’t electronically limited to that speed.

Price: over $300,000

Engine6.0-liter V-12
TransmissionSeven-Speed Auto
Horsepower887 HP
Torque1,106 LB-FT
Power to Weight RatioTBA
0-62 MPH3.7 Seconds
Top speed217 MPH

Read our full review on the 2018 Brabus 900 Rocket Coupe

Koenigsegg Agera RS - 1,160 Horsepower

Moving into a totally different price bracket to anything else on this list, we have the gorgeous Koenigsegg Agera RS, one of the fastest cars in the world and also one of the most interesting. Built mostly in-house by a small company in Sweden, the Agera RS is not only monstrously powerful, but also focused on lightness and control.

It runs a 5.0-liter V-8 engine that is turbocharged to produce 1,160 horsepower at 7,800 rpm and 994 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm.

It obviously has a bit of trouble putting its power down at first, so it can only manage the sprint to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds from standstill, yet if you have a long enough runway (which you probably don’t), it will top out at an almost unbelievable 277.7 mph, making it all but unmatched flat out. It’s also quite a bit cooler to own one of these compared to, say, a Chiron built by VW-owned Bugatti, as it focuses less on show and more on go.

Price: around $2-million

Engine5.0-liter V-8
TransmissionSeven-Speed Dual-Clutch
Horsepower1,160 HP
Torque994 LB-FT
Weight3,075 lbs
Power to Weight Ratio2.65 lbs / HP
0-62 MPH2.8 Seconds
Top speed277.7 MPH
Price$2 Million

Read our full review on the 2018 Koenigsegg Agera RS

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