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Motoring Research Logo By Gavin Braithwaite-Smith of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 27: Trains could hit a maximum speed of 225mph between London and Brirmingham once the controversial HS2 high-speed rail project is complete. However, there is an elite club of supercars that go even quicker – and cost considerably less than the £100 billion projected for HS2. If you can find a road long enough and, er, free of speed limits, these are the cars that will exceed 225mph. We’ve ranked them in V-max order. ALSO READ Guy Martin on driving the world’s fastest tractor New Lister Stealth stakes claim as Britain’s fastest SUV Ferrari F8 Tributo (2020) review

To 225mph and beyond

Trains could hit a maximum speed of 225mph between London and Brirmingham once the controversial HS2 high-speed rail project is complete. However, there is an elite club of supercars that go even quicker – and cost considerably less than the £100 billion projected for HS2. If you can find a road long enough and, er, free of speed limits, these are the cars that will exceed 225mph. We’ve ranked them in V-max order.

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