Shelby Supercars has recently announced that the Ultimate Aero has just reclaimed the world’s fastest production car title, from the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.
The title of the fastest production car in the world has actually been taken away from the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport after it was discovered that the impressive hypercar had its top speed limited deactivated. Guiness has decided to withdraw the record because it considered that the supercar cannot hold it any more, even if this doesn’t necessarily fall into the category of modifications.
One man’s upset, another one’s joy, because SSC (Shelby Supercars) is now producing the world’s fastest car in the world. The model in question is named the Ultimate Aero and it’s coming with an impressive design and an even more impressive performance. The American hypercar’s average speed was 412.22 km/h (256.14 mph), on a public highway in Washington, back in 2007. The Bugatti Veyron did 430.98 km/h (267.8 mph), before getting its title withdrawn. Volkswagen’s move should be interesting because the company loses money with each sell of the Veyron and the only reason this vehicle is being produced is to show what the automaker is capable of.