6. Koenigsegg One:1
While Koenigsegg isn’t as well known in other parts of the world as Ferrari and Lamborghini, the Swedish automaker was out to make a statement at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. The Agera One:1 gets its unique name from its power-to-weight ratio, which is literally 1:1. Meaning that car churns out a menacing 1,340 hp while weighing in at a scant 1,340 kgs. It also has 740 lb-ft of torque to boot.
Powering the Koenigsegg Agera One:1 is a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine and thanks to plenty of lightweight materials used on the body such as carbon fiber, Koenigsegg has its eyes set on toppling some records and hoping to become the fastest car in the world, which means it’s capable of going faster than 273 mph. Unfortunately for all the automotive enthusiasts in the world, chances of catching this eye-blistering sports car in person will be tough. The company is building four, and apparently they’re all already spoken for.