Stock passenger cars of the early 1930s would go up to 50 mph, and some later V-8's and V-12's went over 80 mph. By the end of the 1930s, cars were reaching the modern level of 100 to 120 mph. That became pretty much the designed top speed, which was dangerous enough on older roads.
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The Land Speed Record is over 700mph, but this was in a specialist car developed for the attempt. Some road cars available to the general public (at vast cost!) peak at over 150 mph, possibly close to 200mph.
the first STEAM POWERED vehicle to move on its own power (1796) went with a unbelievable topspeed of 2 miles per hour. later cars around the 1900's had a topspeed of about 6/7 miles per hour.
by the concept supel steller.
Depend on aero packages they are running the V10 cars could go 240-260mph.
The fastest production car is the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, reaching top speeds of 258 mph. The fastest car, period, is the Thrust SSC, which hit 763 mph - faster than sound at sea level.
about 407 km/h
just 11 km / h ( 7mph )
cars were really fast, they had about 1000 horsepower and could go up to 300 mph. since the cars have went downhill, and have lost power, looks and style.
Most cars had a top speed less 80mph, luxury cars like the V16 Cadillac, Lincoln, Cord top speeds where around 100mph. The fastest were the supercharged Duesenberg which topped out at 135-140mph.
One of the reasons why cars go fast is what size of an engine they have.
the workers put a engine in it A: Its not the cars that go fast, its the humans in them, that release the cars potential, and make them go fast. It the adrenaline rush, and it sometimes cancels out intelligence.
he is a vampire, they like cars that go really fast
to get you from A to B quickly...
police cars can actually go up to 200ks! wow!
I ran really fast today. Cars go really fast.
Touring race cars 170mph. production cars 150-205mph.
Horsepower and gearing.