Gone are the days when cars were only good for getting you
from one point to another. Nowadays, cars are accessories that enhance ones
image and to some extent improve one’s quality of life. Once you get your hands
on a car that’s designed for more than mobility, you will understand exactly
what the fuss about them is all about.
If you enjoy speed and the thrill that comes along with driving
a fast car then you definitely appreciate the perks associated with driving a
300 km per hour car. People who have had an opportunity to experience this kind
of thrill equate it to �Arriving at the right place, at the right time and in a
vehicle that’s designed for that occasion’. It gives you immense power and
absolute freedom especially when pressing on the gas pedal on the highway. It also
gives you a sense of freedom, edge and, thrill but well within the borders of
safety. However, this depends with the kind of car that you are driving.
The most amazing thing about driving super-fast, 300 km/h is
how mentally relaxing it can be. It’s crazy, right? At that moment, all that
matters is you, the car and the road. Your hands are focused on the steering
wheel, your mind on navigating the track and the eyes fixated on the
speedometer and the road. Most people find this quite a freeing experience as
they live in that moment. You are extremely focused on safety that your brain
waters everything else down to an insignificant level.
Cars that Can Go for 300 km per Hour
So, now that you have an idea of what driving a super-fast
car is like, the next step is finding a car that can actually go for 300 km/h. The
first vehicle in this category is the Ruf BTR. Year of manufacture is 1983 with
a top speed of 305 km/h
Its engine boasts of 3367 cm3 turbocharged flat-6 369 bhp. This masterpiece was
tested by auto and Motor und Sport.
Superior to the Ruf BTR is the Porsche 959. Its year of
manufacture is 1986 and has an impressive speed of 319 km/h (198 mph). With an
engine of 2849 cm3 twin-turbo flat-6 463 bhp, this vehicle can take on any
challenge. Its built number Is 337.
The next car that you should be looking into is the 1987 Ruf
CTR. It has a speed of 342 km/h (213 mph) and an engine of 3367 cm3 twin turbo
flat-6 463 bhp.
The 1993 McLaren F1 with an impressive speed of 355 km/h
(221 mph) is also a worthy consideration as far as fast cars are concerned. It
has an engine of 6064 cm3 V12 618 bhp. During its testing, turbo machine was able to
reach a speed of 386.7 km/h without the rev-limiter.
Even better than the McLaren F1, is the Koenigsegg CCR. It
has an incredible speed of 387.866 km/h (241 mph) and a 4700cm3
twin-supercharged V8 806bhp engine.
Truth be told, driving a 300 km/ car is actually a big deal.
It is advisable to be cautious and extra keen when hitting such speeds regardless
of how stable your car is. One of the best places to hit such highs is the
Autobahn although there are some parts with speed limits. Therefore, you need
to be on the right track to hit 300 km/h.
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