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NEXT-GEN HYPERCARS


NEXT-GEN HYPERCARS
Just when you thought the world’s fastest cars had reached the pinnacle of motoring physics, a new generation is set to break the boundaries once more Today’s hypercars are faster, lighter, safer, cleaner and more efficient than ever before, as they push physics to the limit to deliver the ultimate thrill behind the wheel. The first car in the world to hit 322 kilometres (200 miles) per hour was a purpose-built land speed machine driven by Sir Henry Segrave at Daytona Beach, USA in 1927. Now, everyday road-going hypercars reach that figure easily, and some go way above that.

Lightweight chassis and body panels are now used to help keep the overall weight of these cars at large to a minimum, greatly increasing a car’s power-to-weight ratio – essential for extracting maximum power.
NEXT-GEN HYPERCARS