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These are the fastest accelerating cars produced during the 2010s. This is the first time you didn't have to buy a hypercar to get to 62mph in under 3 seconds.

The Quickest Accelerating Cars Of The 2010s

Bugatti Divo (2018-)

With an acceleration of 2.4 sec, the Bugatti Divo takes joint first place.
It's a 2 door AWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 8L W16 Quad-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 2nd in The Most Powerful Cars From The 2010s.

Bugatti Chiron Sport (2018-)

With an acceleration of 2.4 sec, the Bugatti Chiron Sport takes joint first place.
It's a 2 door AWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 8L W16 Quad-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Accelerating Cars In The World.

Tesla Model S P100D (2016-)

With an acceleration of 2.4 sec, the Tesla Model S P100D takes joint first place.
It's a 5 door AWD Coupé with 5-7 seats and a electric motor.
It is also 1st in The Fastest Accelerating Teslas Ever.

Bugatti Chiron (2016-)

With an acceleration of 2.4 sec, the Bugatti Chiron takes joint first place.
It's a 2 door AWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 8L W16 Quad-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 2nd in The Fastest Bugattis Ever.

Ferrari SF90 Stradale (2019-)

With an acceleration of 2.5 sec, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale takes joint fifth place.
It's a 2 door 4WD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Accelerating Ferraris Ever.

Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta (2017)

With an acceleration of 2.5 sec, the Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta takes joint fifth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Roadster with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 6.3L V12 engine.
It is also 1st in The Fastest Accelerating Convertibles Ever.

Lamborghini Veneno LP750-4 (2013-2015)

With an acceleration of 2.5 sec, the Lamborghini Veneno LP750-4 takes joint fifth place.
It's a 2 door AWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 6.5L V12 engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Lamborghinis Ever.

Ferrari LaFerrari (2013-2015)

With an acceleration of 2.5 sec, the Ferrari LaFerrari takes joint fifth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 6.3L V12 engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Accelerating RWD Cars Ever.

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport (2010-2011)

With an acceleration of 2.5 sec, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport takes joint fifth place.
It's a 2 door AWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 8L W16 Quad-Turbo engine.
It is also 4th in The Fastest Bugattis Ever.

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 (2005-2011)

With an acceleration of 2.5 sec, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 takes joint fifth place.
It's a 2 door AWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 8L W16 Quad-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Quickest Accelerating Cars Of The 2000s.

Porsche 918 Spyder (2013-2015)

With an acceleration of 2.6 sec, the Porsche 918 Spyder takes joint eleventh place.
It's a 2 door 4WD Roadster with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 4.6L V8 engine.
It is also 1st in The Fastest Porsches Ever.

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse (2011-2015)

With an acceleration of 2.6 sec, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse takes joint eleventh place.
It's a 2 door AWD Roadster with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 8L W16 Quad-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 2nd in The Fastest Accelerating Convertibles Ever.

Donkervoort D8 GTO-40 (2018-)

With an acceleration of 2.7 sec, the Donkervoort D8 GTO-40 takes joint thirteenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Roadster with 2 seats and a front-mounted 2.5L Inline 5 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Donkervoorts Ever.

Nissan GT-R Nismo (2016-)

With an acceleration of 2.7 sec, the Nissan GT-R Nismo takes joint thirteenth place.
It's a 3 door AWD Coupé with 4 seats and a front-mounted 3.8L V6 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Nissans Ever.

Donkervoort D8 GTO-RS (2016-2018)

With an acceleration of 2.7 sec, the Donkervoort D8 GTO-RS takes joint thirteenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Roadster with 2 seats and a front-mounted 2.5L Inline 5 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Donkervoorts Ever.

Koenigsegg Agera RS (2015-2019)

With an acceleration of 2.7 sec, the Koenigsegg Agera RS takes joint thirteenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Targa Top with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 5L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also 1st in The Fastest Accelerating Koenigseggs Ever.

Nissan GT-R Nismo (2014-2016)

With an acceleration of 2.7 sec, the Nissan GT-R Nismo takes joint thirteenth place.
It's a 3 door AWD Coupé with 4 seats and a front-mounted 3.8L V6 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Accelerating Nissans Ever.

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport (2009-2015)

With an acceleration of 2.7 sec, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport takes joint thirteenth place.
It's a 2 door AWD Roadster with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 8L W16 Quad-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Cars From The 2000s.

Lamborghini Sián (2019-)

With an acceleration of 2.8 sec, the Lamborghini Sián takes joint nineteenth place.
It's a 2 door AWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 6.5L V12 engine.
It is also 1st in The Most Powerful Lamborghinis Ever.

Porsche Taycan Turbo S (2019-)

With an acceleration of 2.8 sec, the Porsche Taycan Turbo S takes joint nineteenth place.
It's a 4 door 4WD Saloon with 5 seats and a electric motor.
It is also 1st in The Fastest Accelerating Saloons Ever.

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Last updated on 10th September, 2019
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