Fastest cars in the world gallery
The Veyron Super Sport is currently the world's fastest production car - we take a look at the previous record holders.
Over the past 50 years, cars have moved on massively - and that is no more obvious than when you look at the top speed world record holders since the world's first supercar, the 161mph Lamborghini Miura came onto the scene in 1966.
Today, capable of an astounding 267mph, the Veyron SuperSport is the fastest production car in the world - and here is the amazing journey between the two...
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