At the end of 20th century, supercars were few. With little competition, they became legendary.In the last 20 years, the number of supercars has exploded. Automakers have been at war to become the fastest..So who is currently holding the presigious title? Let's find out.McLaren Speedtail: 250 MPH.The successor of the legendary McLaren F1 came out in 2019.Bugatti Veyron: 253.8 MPH.This model from 2005 brought the brand back from the dead, and competing models multiplied since.So who responded to the challenge?.SCC Ultimate Aero: 256 MPH.Priced at $600.000, this is the most affordable car on the list.Koenigsegg Agera R: 260 MPH.Although very fast, this model wasn't the fastest car when it came out in 2011.Bugatti Chiron: 261 MPH.Released in 2016, the Veyron's successor became immediately as iconic.Bugatti Veyron Super Sport: 268 MPH.This buffed version of the Veyron was even faster than the newer Chiron.Hennessey Venom GT: 270 MPH.Lacking traction control and airbags, this model wins the title of the least safe in this list. Would you dare racing it?.Time to reveal the podium.Koenigsegg Agera RS: 278 MPH.The Swedish maker took the lead in 2017 with this more powerful version of the Agera, stripping Bugatti from it's title.Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+: 304 MPH.Bugatti had to counter attack with this buffed Chiron. It is the first production car to break the 300 MPH barrier.And so it reminded the competition who's the boss.SSC Tuatara: 316 MPH.On October 10th 2020, SSC took it's new supercar to the Nevada desert and set an incredible new record.Unfortunately, it's validity is disputed, and SSC could only secure a second run of 283 MPH.With the Tuatara now relegated second, it looks like the Bugatti will keep it's title for a little longer.Swipe up for more info and full specs.