From the company formerly known as Gumpert, the Apollo Arrow packs a whopping 986 horsepower.
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.
The car formerly known as the Gumpert Apollo is no slouch itself, putting out about 700 horsepower.
Does the Bugatti Chiron even need an introduction at this point?
If power is what you're after, how does 1,479 hp from a 16-cylinder engine sound?
Unlike some of the other cars on this list, the Bugatti Chiron was definitely not built by men in a shed.
In order to keep everything cool as it blasts way past 200 mph, the Chiron features no fewer than 10 radiators.
Considering how bloody quick this car is, the rear end is probably the part of the car you'll see most often.
OK, we pulled a fast one on you here.
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.
There's no need for trickery here -- Koenigsegg's bonkers hybrid makes 1,500 hp.
And people said hybrids would take the fun out of motoring.
Its unique single-speed transmission will keep pulling the car up to a top speed of 249 mph, or thereabouts.
This isn't a stripped-down affair, either.
The Regera is positively loaded to the gills with luxurious appointments.
Strange days: Pagani's Huayra BC is one of the least powerful cars on this list.
Although, with 789 hp, this Italian stallion is certainly no slouch.
If you're a fan of crazy interiors, it's hard to top this one.
Radical's always been known for being a bit, er, radical, and its new RXC Turbo 500R keeps that alive.
The car comes with just 600 hp in standard form, but buyers can crank that up to 700 with help from the factory.
Power comes by way of a Ford EcoBoost six-cylinder engine.
The RXC Turbo 500R is Radical's fastest vehicle to date.
The Rimac Concept S is yet another member of the four-digit power club.
This electric supercar possesses a claimed 1,365 hp and 1,328 pound-feet of torque.
Coming from the Middle Kingdom, we have the 1,030-hp Techrules TREV.
TREV stands for Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle, as it relies upon a turbine to provide juice to its batteries.
This is not your normal engine bay.
Top-mounted exhaust pipes are always a lovely design element.
"No-frills" would be an appropriate description of this Chinese supercar's interior.
Finally, we've got the 1,104-hp Zenvo ST1. Power comes by way of a 6.8-liter V-8.