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What is the fastest car on a sedan class?
It depends on in the US or European spec. and top speed or track time. The fastest sedan avail. in the US is the cts-v at 198mph. The E60 BMW M5 V10, was the fast top speed avail. Euro spec. at 205mph. Track wise the CTS-V ws the fast around the Nurburgring at 7.59, but then was beaten by the Porsche Panamera turbo S(even though it really is a wagon) at 7.56 and the new F01 M5 is said to lap "the ring" at 7.55.
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In Britain the Saloon was a luxe lounge area for the wealthy on ships, when the car was invented the nice ones were called saloons to lend an air of luxury to the car and …appeal to the wealthy.
Hennessey Venom gt
They both refer to the same thing. Sedan is a North American term and Saloon is a British term.
It depends a bit on what you think of as a car. The fastest "production" car in the world is the Bugatti Veyron and costs $1,700,000. It has 1001 hp, it's top spee…d is 414 km/h [ 252 mph] and it is made in France. The worlds fastest road legal non production car is the red Victor 1 made by an Englishman. It has 2002 hp double the Bugatti Veyron. Top Fuel dragsters can do 330+ mph / 530 km/h. In terms of jet engine powered the thrust ssc has an speed of 1276 km/h, faster than the speed of sound. It was driven by pilot Andy Green. It was powered by two phantom fighter jet engines.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest production car.
the bugatti veyron if its the road car the fastest car going for races is redbull x2010 made by redbull
Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is Fastest Car in the World at present Read more ............. http://review-specification.blogspot.in/2012/03/bugatti-veyron-super-sport-fastest-c…ar.html
fastest production car in the world is the American made ultima gt//Europe bugatti veryon
1937 - Mercedes-Benz W125 - 268.3mph on the german autobahn. Still has the world record for top speed on a public road1938 - auto union streamliner - 432km/h (268mph)2012 - bu…gatti veyron SS -431.072 km/h (267.856 mph)2011- SSC aero - 256mph, on a highway in washington state. ran out of road, wind tunnel testing says it should go 440km/h (273mph)2012 - Koenigsegg Agera R- manufacturer claims 442km/h(275mph) not yet proven 2012 - Barabus TKR manufacturer claims 270mph top speed2012 9ff gt-9r manufacturer claims (414km/h 257mph)
because a sedan is always closed unless the doors are open unlike a convertible. The name SEDAN is derived from the French town Sedan...but it lacks evidence. The word sedan …is possibly derived from a southern Italian dialect derivative of Italian sedia "chair" (the first sedan was said to have been introduced fromNaples). However, Portuguese and Spanish navigators and colonists encountered litters of various sorts in India, Japan, Mexico, and Peru. They were imported into Spain in the late sixteenth century. Soon the fashion spread into France and then England. All the names for these derived from the root "sed-" from the Latin "sella" - the traditional name for a carried chair.
The Hennessey VenomGT hold the world record at 270.7mph (426.7km/h).
A sedan (or saloon here in UK) has an engine compartment, a passenger compartment and a separate boot (or trunk as I imagine you would want to call it). A 'small' car is depen…dent much more on the market for which it is destined. What you might call 'small' in US, might well be considered medium size here. What we would call 'small' would typically be under 13' 3" long (4mtr in continental-speak), and would normally have an engine size of 1.3ltrs. Such vehicles would be: Ford Ka Smart Vauxhall Corsa Renault Twingo Citroen C1 Nissan Micra. Invariably, small cars in UK have a hatchback tailgate arrangement, rather than a separate boot, as this is what market forces demand.
The BMW m5 Hurricane RR is the world's fastest production sedan, at 228.2 mph and over 750 bhp. It is essentially a m5 sedan with many performance parts added on, and bi-turbo…s which are belt driven. It has a v10 displacing 5.0 L
Top fuel dragster 0-332mph in 3.73sec. in 1000ft