Apollo Arrow

From the company formerly known as Gumpert, the Apollo Arrow packs a whopping 986 horsepower.

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While the car's 4.0-liter V-8 was borrowed from Audi, you're not going to find a car in its lineup with an output like this.

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Apollo N

The car formerly known as the Gumpert Apollo is no slouch itself, putting out about 700 horsepower.

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Bugatti Chiron

Does the Bugatti Chiron even need an introduction at this point?

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If power is what you're after, how does 1,479 hp from a 16-cylinder engine sound?

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Unlike some of the other cars on this list, the Bugatti Chiron was definitely not built by men in a shed.

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In order to keep everything cool as it blasts way past 200 mph, the Chiron features no fewer than 10 radiators.

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Considering how bloody quick this car is, the rear end is probably the part of the car you'll see most often.

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Pininfarina H2 Speed Concept

OK, we pulled a fast one on you here.

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Pininfarina's H2 Speed concept looks like it has some ungodly amount of horsepower, but in reality, it's rocking about 500 bhp. It generates that using hydrogen though, so it's still pretty cool.

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Koenigsegg Regera

There's no need for trickery here -- Koenigsegg's bonkers hybrid makes 1,500 hp.

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And people said hybrids would take the fun out of motoring.

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Its unique single-speed transmission will keep pulling the car up to a top speed of 249 mph, or thereabouts.

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This isn't a stripped-down affair, either.

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The Regera is positively loaded to the gills with luxurious appointments.

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Pagani Huayra BC

Strange days: Pagani's Huayra BC is one of the least powerful cars on this list.

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Although, with 789 hp, this Italian stallion is certainly no slouch.

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If you're a fan of crazy interiors, it's hard to top this one.

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Radical RXC Turbo 500R

Radical's always been known for being a bit, er, radical, and its new RXC Turbo 500R keeps that alive.

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The car comes with just 600 hp in standard form, but buyers can crank that up to 700 with help from the factory.

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Power comes by way of a Ford EcoBoost six-cylinder engine.

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The RXC Turbo 500R is Radical's fastest vehicle to date.

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Rimac Concept S

The Rimac Concept S is yet another member of the four-digit power club.

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This electric supercar possesses a claimed 1,365 hp and 1,328 pound-feet of torque.

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Techrules TREV

Coming from the Middle Kingdom, we have the 1,030-hp Techrules TREV.

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TREV stands for Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle, as it relies upon a turbine to provide juice to its batteries.

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This is not your normal engine bay.

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Top-mounted exhaust pipes are always a lovely design element.

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"No-frills" would be an appropriate description of this Chinese supercar's interior.

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Zenvo ST1

Finally, we've got the 1,104-hp Zenvo ST1. Power comes by way of a 6.8-liter V-8.

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