The quite-ridiculous Veyron, shown above, was made even more ridiculous with the birth of the Super Sports. With a 2.5 seconds 0-60 and a top speed of 267mph, it’s the most expensive and powerful production car ever. Bugatti claim the Veyron can stop from 267mph to a standstill in less than 10 seconds – now that’s something we’d like to see.
The beautifully crafted One-77 combines jaw-dropping aesthetics with killer performance. With 750bhp it will reach 60mph in 3.4 seconds before carrying on to a stunning 220mph.
One of the most exotic cars out there is also one of the most expensive. With the launch of the Huayra early next year, the Zonda will have to make room for the new kid on the block – but it won’t be forgotten, the Cinque Roadster is the most-hardcore version of the Zonda yet.
Undoubtedly the most popular supercar ever made. The Enzo changed the trend for current supercars, with its snarling front end and enormous performance. The V12 will race its way to 60mph in 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 217.
The most powerful and anticipated Lamborghini is fifth on the list. It takes 3.3 seconds to reach 60mph and has a top speed of 211mph, but it isn’t cheap - in fact it’s Lamborghini’s priciest ever model.
Packed with a twin-turbo V8, the Agera R by Koenigsegg produces 1,115bhp while running on E85 ethanol. The standard Agera will cost around £700,000, but if you want the R on the badge, you’d better fork out the extra £100,000.
Capable of reaching 60mph in 2.9 seconds and with a top speed of 233mph, it’s time to stand back and appreciate Denmark’s latest export. The STi is powered by a V8 that churns out 1,250bhp, that’s 50 more than the Bugatti Veyron, but unfortunately it’s limited to 15 units.
They’re best known for making twin-turbo Dodge Vipers, but the Venom GT is the first car built by Hennessey Performance. It may look very, very familiar and there’s reason for that - they’ve adapted the Lotus Elise chassis. It’s a little disappointing as your £700,000 supercar, now looks like £20,000 hairdressers car.
The most well known and yet unpronounceable car on the list, the Huayra is the replacement to the sensational Zonda, which is considered to be the best looking car ever. The 700bhp twin-turbo V12, is set for release at the beginning of next year and is already being tipped as one of the best supercars ever produced.
Porsche’s upcoming 918 Spyder is set for release later this year and it’s a vast change from what we’ve come to expect, from the German motoring giants. The appearance is sleeker and Porsche have also packed a powerful v8 engine which generates more than the 500bhp conjoined with a built in hybrid system, which adds up to 218bhp.