Maxximus G-Force - new 0-60 mph world record: 2.1 seconds
The Bugatti Veyron makes the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 2.5 seconds, and the Ultima GTR does it in 2.6 seconds, but that’s only good enough for second place now when drag racing Maxximus G-Force. The G-Force hits 60 mph from a standstill in 2.1 seconds, which make it the quickest supercar according to the World Record Academy.
The car was developed by Marlon Kirby and backed by David McMahan (both pictured above). It starts with a modified Ultima GTR chassis and drivetrain, and then added a 1600 hp 7.0-liter engine sourced from Chevrolet. The result is not only a car with the best 0 to 60 time, but it can also hit 100 mph in 4.5 seconds and go 0-100-0 in 8.8 seconds.
There is one little hitch...to put one in your driveway will cost $3 million.