5 Ridiculously Fun Hypercars

Bugatti Veyron World Record Edition

Price: $2.6 million
All sold out, the first five of the 30 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport Hypercars make for the World Record Edition. With a top speed of 431 km/h (electronically limited to 415 km/h (258 mph). The Super Sport witnesses an engine power upgrade to 1,200 PS (880 kW; 1,200 bhp) with 1,500 nm of torque. What separates the World Record Edition from the Super Sport edition is all external. What with a black Bugatti logo in sterling silver letters on the radiator grill. A unique dual-toned palette of black visible carbon and Arancio Orange are an additional bonus in the first five exclusive drives.


Ferrari LaFerrari

Price: $1.6 million
With a V12 engine that takes the hypercar from 0-100 km/h in less than 3 seconds. This luxury car hosts a unique HY-KERS hybrid technology which keeps its CO2 emissions down to just 330 g/km. Four different types of carbon fibre help improve torsional rigidity and beam stiffness. While still cutting the weight of the car down. The red hot drive is limited-to-499 units only.


Pagani Huayra

Price: $1.2 million
Aptly hypercar titled to reflect ‘God of the winds’. The Italian two-seater is an exceptionally long, sleek and grounded rear-engine car which is shaped like a wing. Complemented by killer gull-wing doors. The Mercedes-AMG M158 engine on this drive is a lightweight V-12 twin turbo that produces 1,000 Nm of torque and figures 700 in horsepower. With a top speed of 360 km/h the car can go from 0-100 in a nifty 3.3 seconds, and for a car with such power. Only tires with exceptional grip and low rolling friction would do the trick. Pirelli with 255/35 AR 19 size tires for the front and 335/30 ZR 20 tires for the rear. The seats are designed for endurance on long drives and also to off-set the G-force push one might experience when cruising on high speeds.


McLaren P1

Price: $1.3 million
The McLaren P1 hypercar is supported by an electronic and a petrol engine, and can do up to 20 km on battery. Wherein your car will perform and accelerate considerably. Thanks to a system that recycles energy lost when braking, to rev back to speed when you cruise.

With just a 3.8 litre V8 engine add two turbos and the battery pack. The P1 goes from 0-100 km/h in under 3 seconds, maxing out at 350 km/h; that’s a lot of power coming from an engine of that configuration.

The limited-to-375 edition can be customised and personalised on all accounts such as fittings, fabric, trim, and even storage space.


Lykan Hypersport 2013 by W Motors

Price: $3.4 million
This is the first ulta-luxe hypercars produced by the Arab world courtesy Beirut-based W Motors who have rolled out only seven of this unique drives. A flat six, twin turbo engine produces 1,000 nm of torque and revs up 750 in horsepower. Maxing out at 390 km/h, from 0-100 in a speedy 2.8 seconds. Now add uber-luxurious interiors with some gold-stitched leather and flashy diamond-encrusted LED lights, and sure as hell, you have a pimped out ride. The Lykan Hypersport scores pretty high on the tech front too 3D virtual holographic display with tactile interaction, and also, an impressive ID4Motion interactive dashboard. Like this wasn’t enough to lure you into buying the car, W Motors presents the owner with a $200k special edition Cyrus Klepcys watch, limited to seven and designed exclusively for the Lykan Hypersport 2013 owners.