For a long time, top speed has been the basis in measuring a vehicle’s capability and performance. However, this has become an impractical way since performance cars simply cannot achieve such a speed outside the test track due to road conditions and structure.
Thus, quickness in acceleration becomes a better measure. In terms or racing, it is more practical to record the time it takes for a car to get to a certain speed; standard international scale go by 0 to 100 kilometers or an equivalent 0 to 62 miles per hour while American vehicles us the 60 mph standard.
The ability of a car to get itself to speed up from around a corner is a more significant factor to consider than how it is able to start off at full speed but having to slow down when it comes to a corner.
To compare vehicles, we will consider the international and U.S. standards to be roughly the same. Furthermore, we shall limit our list to unmodified production cars with more than 100 units produced. Without further ado, here are the top 9 production cars that can sprint from 0 to 60 mph quicker than the rest.