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Fastest Convertible

  • Chevrolet Camaro0-60 5.40 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.00 @ 100 mph
    • Engine
    • 275 hp
    • 295 ft. lbs.
  • Ford Mustang0-60 5.70 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.90 @ 100 mph
    • Engine
    • 310 hp
    • 350 ft. lbs.
  • Audi A30-60 6.10 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.80 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 184 hp
    • 221 ft. lbs.
  • Mazda MX-5 Miata0-60 6.40 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.90 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 181 hp
    • 151 ft. lbs.
  • Mazda MX-5 Miata RF0-60 6.40 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.90 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 181 hp
    • 151 ft. lbs.

Fastest Crossover

  • GMC Acadia0-60 4.50 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.30 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 193 hp
    • 188 ft. lbs.
  • Honda Passport0-60 6.20 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.70 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 280 hp
    • 262 ft. lbs.
  • Infiniti QX300-60 6.30 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.90 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 208 hp
    • 258 ft. lbs.
  • Honda Pilot0-60 6.50 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.60 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 280 hp
    • 262 ft. lbs.
  • BMW X10-60 6.60 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 15.10 @ 90 mph
    • Engine
    • 228 hp
    • 258 ft. lbs.

Fastest SUV

  • Tesla Model X0-60 3.10 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.60 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 0 hp
    • 0 ft. lbs.
  • Lamborghini Urus0-60 3.20 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 11.30 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 641 hp
    • 626 ft. lbs.
  • Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid0-60 3.40 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.40 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 335 hp
    • 332 ft. lbs.
  • BMW X6 M0-60 4.10 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 12.40 @ 103 mph
    • Engine
    • 567 hp
    • 553 ft. lbs.
  • BMW X5 M0-60 4.10 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 12.20 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 567 hp
    • 553 ft. lbs.

Fastest Van

Fastest Coupe

  • Chevrolet Camaro0-60 5.40 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.00 @ 100 mph
    • Engine
    • 275 hp
    • 295 ft. lbs.
  • BMW 2300-60 5.60 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.00 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 248 hp
    • 258 ft. lbs.
  • Nissan 370Z0-60 5.70 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.90 @ 107 mph
    • Engine
    • 332 hp
    • 270 ft. lbs.
  • Cadillac ATS0-60 5.90 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.40 @ 100 mph
    • Engine
    • 272 hp
    • 295 ft. lbs.
  • Subaru BRZ0-60 6.40 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.80 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 205 hp
    • 156 ft. lbs.

Fastest Sedan

Fastest Truck

  • Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD0-60 6.10 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.80 @ 84 mph
    • Engine
    • 360 hp
    • 380 ft. lbs.
  • RAM 15000-60 6.60 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.80 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 395 hp
    • 410 ft. lbs.
  • RAM 1500 Classic0-60 6.60 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.70 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 305 hp
    • 269 ft. lbs.
  • GMC Sierra 15000-60 6.70 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.70 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 285 hp
    • 305 ft. lbs.
  • Ford Ranger0-60 7.00 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 15.30 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 270 hp
    • 310 ft. lbs.

Fastest Minivan

  • Chrysler Voyager0-60 7.20 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 15.30 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 287 hp
    • 262 ft. lbs.
  • Dodge Grand Caravan0-60 7.20 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 15.30 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 283 hp
    • 260 ft. lbs.
  • Chrysler Pacifica0-60 7.40 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 15.30 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 287 hp
    • 262 ft. lbs.
  • Honda Odyssey0-60 7.50 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 15.30 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 280 hp
    • 262 ft. lbs.
  • Kia Sedona0-60 7.60 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 16.00 @ 92 mph
    • Engine
    • 276 hp
    • 248 ft. lbs.

Fastest Wagon

Fastest Hatchback

Fastest Hybrid

Fastest Luxury

  • Volvo S600-60 5.00 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.70 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 250 hp
    • 258 ft. lbs.
  • Cadillac CT40-60 5.20 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 10.80 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 237 hp
    • 258 ft. lbs.
  • Lincoln MKZ0-60 5.20 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.40 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 245 hp
    • 275 ft. lbs.
  • Audi A40-60 5.60 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.80 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 188 hp
    • 236 ft. lbs.
  • BMW 2300-60 5.60 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.00 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 248 hp
    • 258 ft. lbs.

Fastest Performance

  • Honda Civic Type R0-60 5.00 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.70 @ 105 mph
    • Engine
    • 306 hp
    • 295 ft. lbs.
  • Subaru WRX0-60 5.20 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.70 @ 100 mph
    • Engine
    • 268 hp
    • 258 ft. lbs.
  • Subaru WRX STI0-60 5.20 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.70 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 310 hp
    • 290 ft. lbs.
  • Chevrolet Camaro0-60 5.40 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 14.00 @ 100 mph
    • Engine
    • 275 hp
    • 295 ft. lbs.
  • Hyundai Veloster N0-60 5.50 sec.

    • 1/4 mile 13.10 @ mph
    • Engine
    • 250 hp
    • 260 ft. lbs.

Have you ever wondered who in the world makes the fastest and slowest cars?

We keep out tabs on the acceleration times and quarter mile data for all the makes on the automotive landscape. We have an extensive index of 0 to 60 times data for over 50 cars manufacturers. Our database is not a static thing though. We keep on updating the numbers and are adding 0-60 times stats for new cars as soon as they hit the market.

Speaking of the mass market cars, only slightly more than a dozen makers succeeded in producing vehicles that are capable of doing 0-60 mph in under 3.0 seconds. Should you feel like interested to know more about these cars, check out the top performers from Porsche, Tesla, Dodge, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Bugatti, McLaren, Audi, Nissan, Acura, Caterham, BMW, Mercedes, and Chevrolet. Navigating throughout the catalog is pretty straightforward. Detect the make of interest in the list below and click it to jump to the page with all is models.

The accuracy of 0-60 data

Acceleration stats are coming directly from the car manufacturers. Additionally, we analyze the real-life test-drive results from alternative sources. This is done for your convenience as you might want to compare official results against the independent zero to sixty tests that are conducted by reputable automotive experts.

Measuring acceleration from zero to 60 is an exact science. The final number is the average calculation of two drags in opposite directions (to exclude the wind factor) conducted in an enclosed environment by the professional racing pilots.

Crossing the finish line a few milliseconds faster promises a better market positioning so manufacturers try to negate lots of variables that might lead to distorting the accuracy of the data. Apart from the human factor (drivers have different reactions), other liabilities appeal to the amount of fuel in the tank, engine temperature, engine specs, road surface, weather conditions like temperature, wind, and pressure.

Fastest 0-60 cars

The fastest performance cars of the present day reach 0-60 checkpoint in under 2 seconds developing the above-normal g-force for this time frame. So, in reality, possible 0-60 limitations are not about time, actually but relate to safety issues of the driver (or a pilot we would say). It is always bound to the maximum G-force load a human body can survive.

Having conducted numerous experiments with extreme acceleration, Air Force officer John Stapp successfully withstood 30G. Do a bit of math and you will see that 30g translate into 0.09 seconds, a time stamp for the safest performance car ever to be made.

By "safest" we mean racing without broken ribs, cracked dental fillings or any similar inconveniences which we believe the expensive car buyers might find frustrating. So speaking about a fastest possible 0-60 dash a human can survive we would stick to around 2-3 seconds. Anything lower will make you feel uncomfortable and impose a high risk of damaging your body. This is the territory of the Formula 1 pilots, actually.