In 2016, there were many automobile Prime. Of course, not without its novelties from the world of supercars. The publication “Motor” remembered the six most powerful road-going supercar of the year, which debuted in the status of the serial (or at least in the circulation of dozens of copies).
6th place: GTC4 Ferrari Lusso
Spring was represented by a replacement Ferrari FF. Four-model GTC4 Lusso received a 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine with a power of 680 horsepower (697 Nm). Weight supercar amounted to 1790 pounds, and weight distribution – 47:53 in favor of the rear axle.
From zero to “hundreds” GTC4 Lusso accelerates in 3.4 seconds and can accelerate up to 335 kilometers per hour. It was later shown turbulence models with a 610-horsepower 3.9-liter twin-turbo engine. GTC4 Lusso T 50 pounds lighter, but inferior to “normal” modifications in the dynamics.
5th place: McLaren 688 High Sport
Summer, McLaren-quiet (it was limited to a virtual premiere) rolled out the most powerful non-hybrid model, and the second most powerful car after the P1 coupe in its history. Dvuhdverka 688 High Sport, as the name suggests, has received 688 horsepower.
Twin-turbo “eight” volume of 3.8 liters is combined with a seven-step “robot”. Vehicle weight was 1190 pounds. Figures on the development of McLaren have not failed, but it is safe to rely on the 0-100 kilometers per hour faster than three seconds (the”donor” of the 675LT supercar with a 675-horsepower engine is gaining first “hundred” for 2.9 seconds).
4th place: Pagani Huayra BC
Shown in February, “charged” version of the supercar Huayra has received a prefix to the name BC. It refers to the first letter of the name and surname of the first customer Pagani benny Caioli. Coupe is equipped with a V12 engine with two turbines and a “robot”. In 1218 kilograms of mass of the model have 750 horsepower and 1000 Nm of torque.
Dynamics in Pagani did not tell, however, the Huayra BC to 132 kilograms lighter than the standard version and the Huayra is fitted with more advanced aerodynamic. In other words, “charged” modification should gain first “hundreds” of 3.3 seconds faster and accelerate at least up to 370 kilometers per hour.
3rd place: Lamborghini Centenario
Spring debuted special Lamborghini supercar, built to commemorate the centenary of the birth of the founder of the Italian brand. Centenario for the first time in the history of the “Lambo” equipped with polnopravnym the chassis and a 770-horsepower 6.5-liter V12 unit. It is built around a carbon fiber monocoque and weighs 1520 pounds.
From zero to “hundred” all-wheel drive coupe accelerates in 2.8 seconds and to 300 km / h in 23.5 seconds. The maximum speed exceeds 350 kilometers per hour. The full stop from 100 kilometers per hour Centenario required 30 meters, and with 300 kilometers per hour is 290 meters. Later he was showing an open version of the supercar with the same engine.
2nd place: Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
Fall Ferrari unveiled the open version of the LaFerrari will with two types of removable top (cotton and carbon) and the same power plant. This 963-horsepower system with a 6.3-liter V12 engine, an electric motor, a lithium-ion battery and a seven-step “robot”.
Acceleration from standstill to 100 kilometers per hour, the company says takes less than three seconds and to 200 km / h 7.1 seconds. Maximum speed exceeds 350 kilometers per hour. To preserve the same dynamics as that of the coupe the LaFerrari in Maranello modified chassis model and has improved aerodynamics.
1st place: Bugatti Chiron
The successor to the legendary Veyron retained the W-shaped 16-cylinder engine with four turbines, however, the Assembly was subjected to serious revisions. Power to 1500 horsepower at 1600 Nm of torque. Hypercar is equipped with seven-step “robot” and all-wheel drive system.
From standstill to 100 kilometers per hour, “Chiron” accelerates in 2.5 seconds, to 200 km / h in 6.5 seconds and 300 kilometers per hour coupe is gaining through 13.6 seconds after launch. The maximum speed is electronically limited at around 420 kilometers per hour.