There are plenty of reasons for why that is, but here are the bare facts in terms of performance and power: The Camry has a top speed of 115 mph. It will go from 0 to 60 mph in 7.9 seconds and boasts 179 brake horsepower (bhp). Now bear all that information in mind when seeing the power and fury represented by the 20 most powerful cars on the road today. (You might also want to think about which lottery you’ll have to win to own one).
If you have $1.5 mil knocking around and a need for speed, pick up a 2013 Lamborghini Aventador LP1250-4 Mansory Carbonado. In addition to a mouthful of name, this beast has a top speed of 236 mph with 1250-brake horsepower.
SSC is an abbreviation for Shelby Super Cars, an automotive manufacturer in Washington State that’s been satisfying speed junkies since 1998. The 2009 Ultimate Aero TT will get you where you need to go at a top speed of 256 mph with 1287 horses under the hood. The damage? An even $1 million.
The crazy Canucks at Quebec manufacturer HTT Automobile only make six or seven of these babies a year. $660,000 will get you the world’s first Canadian supercar, which has a top speed of 235mph and 1300bhp.