15Lamborghini Huracan EVO (202mph)
Debuted in the 2014 Geneva Auto Show, the Huracan (which means Hurricane in Spanish) was a sports model that Lambo was going to sell for the same model year. The 5.2-liter V10 it had was the first of the upgraded powertrain that was planned to replace the previous V10 that Lambo was making for the Gallardo model.
14Lamborghini Reventon (205mph)
Reventon was the name of a fighting bull that became famous for killing Mexican bullfighter Felix Guzman in 1943 and later became the name for one of the fastest Lambo models.
13Ferrari FF (208mph)
Ferrari gave us the FF model in 2011 as a four-seater four-wheel drive (hence the name FF) grand tourer, which later went on and became one of the fastest road-going models from this manufacturer.
12Ferrari 599 GTO (208mph)
599 GTO came out from Ferrari as the road-legal version of the 599XX, which was a furious racer model.
11Lamborghini Diablo GTR (210mph)
Lambo made 30 Diablo GTRs with its own 6-liter V12 that was generating a hefty 590-hp under the bonnet, paired with a 5-speed transmission.
10Ferrari F12 Berlinetta (211mph)
This model was first revealed at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show to replace the 599 model.
9Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV (212mph)
Lambo came up with just a unit short of 4,100 Murcielagos from 2001 to 2010 in different modifications and body details.
8Enzo Ferrari (217mph)
6.0-liters V12 with 651 hp and a 6-speed F1 automated manual gear shifter means nothing until it’s on one of the great 400 Enzo Ferrari’s that this company made and named after its founder to honor his memory.
As you all might know, this is the definition of the hybrid sports car by Ferrari itself. The exclusive LaFerrari that came in coupe body style sold 500 instances of 2013 to 2016 model
6Pagani Zonda R (218mph)
Pagani is defined by Wikipedia as “The manufacturer of sports cars and carbon-fiber components,” and the latter refers to the bodywork and chassis Pagani makes for their models.
5Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV (219mph)
Lambo put an upgraded powertrain that was taken from the original Aventador on a lighter and sleeker platform and gave it a super hard-to-remember code that also had the alluring SuperVeloce tag on it.
4Lamborghini Veneno (221mph)
This crazy model is one of the wildest dreams that was pretty much impossible at its time. Still, Lambo pushed the boundaries once again and made us reconsider their ability to achieve brilliance.
3Ferrari P4/5 By Pininfarina (225mph)
Just where we think it doesn’t get any more exclusive than this, Ferrari goes ahead and hits us with another ultra-fast super-rare model.
2Ferrari F50 GT (233mph)
This is the racing variant of the original F50, which was a road-going Ferrari. Only three examples of F50 GT were made in 1996 in order to compete against hardhead rivals like the McLaren F1 GTR.
1Pagani Huayra (236mph)
The numbers that Huayra shows in its performance are splendid. For instance, the top speed of 236 mph and 0-60 in 2.8 seconds are not frequent output numbers in sports models