Numpang pamer koleksi mobil gw yah hehehe.. gpp kan? Spoiler: Koleksi Mobil Gw 50. Porsche 959 (1986) 197mph: In its day, this was the most technologically advanced road-going sportscar ever built. But just 337 were made, each with a 2.8-litre turbocharged flat-six out back. 49. Ferrari 612 Scaglietti (2004) 199mph: Fast, exclusive and expensive, the 612 packs four seats, which is why some say it's not a true Ferrari. It may not look so great from some angles, but it will do 199mph... 48. Ferrari F430 (2004) 199mph: It's the entry-level Ferrari and it can just about touch 200mph; not bad for six decades of evolution. Of course it's really just a facelifted 360M, but is that such a bad thing? 47. Mercedes-Benz CLK GT-R (1998) 199mph: It cost over £1.1m, packed 612bhp and could manage almost 200mph - within a decade Mercedes would offer a choice of cars with such power, for a mere £150,000. 46. Ascari KZ-1 (2000) 200mph: Named with the initials of company owner Klaas Zwart, the KZ-1 packs a five-litre BMW M5 V8, tuned to give 500bhp. At £235,000, buyers haven't been easy to find... 45. Audi R8 (2007) 200mph: Closely related to Lamborghini's Gallardo, the R8 costs less, looks meaner and is even better to drive - and that's with a mere 414bhp 4.2-litre V8 in the middle. 44. Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (2006) 200mph: With just over 500 horses on tap, the 7-litre Z06 is a monster that can top the double ton. There's room for more though; 2009 will see a 638bhp Corvette ZR1 launched. 43. Invicta S1 (2003) 200mph: Invicta claims its S1 features the world's only carbon-fibre monocoque while there's up to 600bhp available from the Ford-sourced V8, but is the project dead or alive? 42. Ultima GTR 720 (2005) 200mph: Take one Chevrolet V8, add it to a car that weighs just under a ton, and the result is explosive performance; how does 0-100mph in just 5.3 seconds grab you? 41. Aston Martin V12 Vanquish S (2004) 201mph: Now superseded by the significantly slower DBS, the Vanquish was the production edition of the 2000 Project Vantage; the S edition was a 520bhp swansong for the model. 40. Ferrari 575M (2002) 202mph: The 550m was good; it's successor the 575M was even better. It packed a 5748cc V12 in the front, and for the first time in a Ferrari, there was an optional F1-style gearbox. 39. Bentley Continental GT Speed (2007) 203mph: Bentley's best-selling model ever, the Continental GT was spiced up in 2007 with a Speed edition, that upped power to a handy 603bhp while also cutting weight by 35kg. 38. Ferrari F40 (1987) 203mph: When it was launched, this was the world's fastest street-legal production car; even now, it's fast. Just 400 were planned, but the final total was 1315 - all left-hand drive. 37. Ferrari F50 (1995) 203mph: After the ultra hard-core F40, the F50 was a bit soft for some. But that didn't stop Ferrari from selling each of the 349 cars produced, before the first one had been made. 36. Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 (2008) 203mph: First unveiled at the 2008 Geneva motor show, the LP560-4 is fitted with a mid-mounted 552bhp 5.2-litre V10 engine, similar to the one in Audi's RS6 Saloon and Avant. 35. Cizeta V16T (1991) 204mph: Few cars are as mad as this leviathan from Italy, with its transversely mounted V16 sitting behind the cabin. Just nine coupés were made, plus a few roadsters in 2005. 34. Porsche 911 GT2 997 (2008) 204mph: The first production 911 capable of breaching the 200mph barrier, the GT2 had a 3.6-litre flat-six in the tail, capable of generating 530bhp thanks to variable geometry turbos. 33. Caparo T1 (2008) 205mph: The aim is to build 25 cars a year at £235,000 each. If you want ultimate acceleration you could do worse; the T1 is claimed to be capable of 0-100mph in five seconds. 32. Ferrari 599 GTB (2006) 205mph: With Ferrari's most powerful production engine ever (there's 620bhp on tap), the 599GTB also offers sublime handling and astonishing acceleration - 0-60 takes 3.2 seconds. 31. Maserati MC12 (2005) 205mph: Based on Ferrari's Enzo, the MC12 is longer, taller and wider than its cousin. As it's also slightly less powerful, with just 621bhp available, it can manage a mere 205mph. 30. Porsche Carrera GT (2004) 205mph: Using a V10 engine originally created for the Footwork Formula One team in 1992, then shelved, the Carrera GT was built for endurance racing. Around 1300 were built. 29. Ford GT (2004) 206mph: The GT started out as a 2002 concept, to mark Ford's centenary. But the GT40-inspired lines were so popular that Ford just had to sell production cars; over 4,000 were built. 28. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 edition (2007) 209mph: The standard SLR is pretty rapid, but this ultra-exclusive 722 Edition packs a 650bhp punch - which is enough to boost the top speed by 2mph. Now how useful is that? 27. Lamborghini Diablo GTR (2001) 210mph: The regular Diablo wasn't exactly slow, but for those who wanted the ultimate there was this edition, complete with a 590bhp 6.0 V12. Forty of these lightweights were built. 26. Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 (2006) 211mph: The Murcielago originally had an embarrassingly limp 6.2-litre V12; the LP640 swapped that for a more muscular 633bhp 6.5-litre unit. Just don't mention the Versace edition. 25. Ruf CTR Yellowbird (1987) 211mph: We could have filled this gallery with 911 derivatives, but only the true pearls have made it. This one, with its 469bhp flat-six, was the world's fastest car when it appeared. 24. Bugatti EB110 (1992) 214mph: The Veyron isn't the only hypercar ever released by Bugatti; the EB110 had a 60-valve, 542bhp quad-turbo V12 powering all four wheels through a six-speed gearbox. 23. Pagani Zonda C12R Clubsport (2006) 215mph: More of a track car than one for the road, the Clubsport's natural rivals include the Ferrari FXX and Maserati MC12. It features an AMG-sourced 6.0-litre V12 giving 750bhp. 22. Jaguar XJ220 (1992) 217mph: It began as an unofficial project by Jaguar employees, and turned into a 217mph monster. The original concept packed V12 power, but production cars featured a 549bhp V6. 21. Volkswagen W12 (2001) 217mph: The original 1997 W12 coupé concept featured a 5.6-litre mid-mounted W12; the 1998 Roadster featured the same engine, but the 2001 coupé had a 6.0-litre W12 unit. 20. Ferrari Enzo (2002) 218mph: Over the years, plenty of supercars have claimed to be racing cars for the road. This one has a better claim than most, with active aerodynamics and cutting-edge construction. 19. Vector W8 (1991) 218mph: Think of a number and add lots; that was Vector's strategy with a supercar that spent an eternity in development. Nobody ever maxed it; even 200mph was pretty unlikely. 18. Yamaha OX99-11 (1992) 219mph: This was a car that really was a formula one monster for the road. Three were built and sales were a real possibility, but getting it road ready would have cost too much. 17. G-Power Hurricane M5 (2008) 224mph: If the standard M5 is too tame for you, G-Power offers a 730bhp option. That's supposedly enough to achieve 250mph, although just 224mph has been managed so far. 16. Gumpert Apollo (2005) 224mph: It's got a mad name and the looks are even crazier, but that top speed hasn't yet been verified. However, the double ton looks like a distinct possibility. Maybe... 15. Bristol Fighter T (2007) 225mph: Believe it or not, the Fighter T is electronically limited to 225mph; unfettered it would supposedly top 270mph thanks to the turbocharged V10 delivering an insane 1012bhp. 14. B-Engineering Edonis (2001) 227mph: Using the left-over chassis from the failed Bugatti EB110 project, the Edonis featured a bigger (3760cc) engine and two turbos instead of four to give a hefty 680bhp. 13. Brabus Rocket (2004) 227mph: We could have included a lot more cars from Brabus but chose to restrict ourselves to the 'daddy'. The Rocket's 6.3-litre V12 is tuned to produce 720bhp and 810lb ft of torque. 12. Chrysler ME412 (2004) 240mph: This was officially a prototype rather than a concept, but sadly this crazy V12-engined brute, capable of a claimed 240mph will never see the light of day; Chrysler has one or two other things on its mind right now. 11. McLaren F1 (1994) 240mph: Perhaps the greatest ever supercar, this isn't the fastest car ever built, but it's one of the most beautifully engineered. Yet just 60 or so roadgoing examples were made. 10. Saleen S7 (2005) 240mph: First seen in 2000, the original S7 offered a weedy 550bhp. Embarrassed by such a low figure, Saleen hit back with a twin-turbo edition in 2005, with 750bhp. Much tastier. 9. TVR Speed 12 (1999) 240mph: Originally intended to be the world's fastest road car as well as a GT1-class endurance racer, TVR's engineers soon realised this was just too much of a monster for the road. 8. Lotec Sirius (2004) 242mph: Lotec claims that its Sirius packs a serious 1200bhp, courtesy of its twin-turbo 5987cc V12, sourced from AMG. Just five of the £400,000 hypercars are offered each year. 7. Koenigsegg CCX (2006) 246mph: CCX is short for Competition Coupe X; the X commemorating the 10th anniversary of the completion of the Koenigsegg's first vehicle - the CC - in 1996. It's quick too… 6. Ford GT90 (1995) 250mph: Unveiled at the 1995 Detroit Auto Show as "the world's mightiest supercar", you can take the claimed top speed with a huge pinch of salt; nobody took the GT90 even close. 5. Dauer 962 (1993) 251mph: If you want to build a supercar for the road, it helps if you base it on one of the world's most evocative racing machines. The twin-turbo flat-six develops a handy 730bhp. 4. Bugatti Veyron (2005) 252mph: It took an age reaching production, and now it's here, this is perceived as the world's fastest car. But it has already been beaten as you'll soon discover if you read on... Spoiler: Peringkat Ke 3 3. Callaway Sledgehammer (1989) 254mph: Just the one example was ever built, but it was timed at a genuine 254mph and Callaway claimed it was prepared to make more at $400,000 a throw. No takers though… Spoiler: Peringkat Ke 2 Spoiler: awasssss...... 2. 9ff GT9 (2007) 255mph: Based on the 911 GT3, 9ff stretches the chassis and chops the roofline before shoehorning in a twin-turbo 4.2-litre flat-six that pushes out a useful 987 bhp. It's quick… Spoiler: Peringkat Ke 1 Spoiler: jangan kaget yahhh hehehe.. Spoiler: beneran pgn tau nih????? Spoiler: ya udah deh klo situ maksa hehehe.. 1. Shelby Supercars Ultimate Aero TT (2007) 256mph: This is no pie-in-the-sky top speed claim; the Ultimate Aero has been officially timed at 256mph, making it faster than the Bugatti Veyron. But had you heard of it before?