Skip to content

New Hypercars Arriving in 2025: 1000 Horsepower Club Is Getting Crowded

New Hypercars Arriving in 2025: 1000 Horsepower Club Is Getting Crowded

Video by Automotive Territory: Trending News & Car Reviews via YouTube
Go to Source

Just two decades ago, you could count all of the world’s hypercars on the fingers of one hand. Today though, the 1000 horsepower club is not that exclusive, in fact, it is getting ever more crowded. In this episode, we would like to show the newest hypercar arrivals of 2024 and beyond. Multimillion dollar prices, record-braking acceleration and speed, you are in for a treat!

Other #AutomotiveTerritory releases that you may enjoy watching :

Latest convertible cars with EV powertrains:

Hottest 4-door vehicles you must see:

Rundown of all performance cars shown in this #AT_New_Cars video:

00:00 Introduction

00:34 New Rezvani Beast

Rezvani is returning to its origins with an updated version of its original 2013 sportscar, shifting focus away from high-powered trucks and SUVs. Unlike its predecessor, this latest model is constructed on the Chevrolet Corvette C8 platform and is driven by a turbocharged 6.2L V8 engine.

01:49 Rodin Cars FZero


David Dicker established lofty goals for the FZero racer, aiming for it to surpass Formula One cars and rival renowned models like the Aston Martin Valkyrie and Mercedes AMG One. As a result, Rodin Cars adopted a design reminiscent of Group C racers from the 1990s.

03:13 Hennessey Dodge Demon 1700 Twin Turbo

Hennessey Plotting 1,700-HP Twin-Turbo Upgrade for Dodge Demon 170

Hennessey Performance, headquartered in Texas, remains steadfast in their commitment to consuming significant amounts of gasoline. Among their recent endeavors is a particularly diabolical adaptation of the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170. Dubbed the ‘Demon 1700 Twin-Turbo’ by Hennessey, this modification involves the thorough reconstruction and augmentation of the original factory-supercharged V8 engine, now equipped with two sizable turbochargers.

04:38 Pagani Huayra Evo R


Unlike its contemporaries, this hypercar doesn’t quite reach the 1000-horsepower mark. However, being a Pagani, it more than makes up for this shortfall with its remarkable lightweight construction. Weighing just 2337 pounds when dry, it’s even lighter than a Mazda Miata. The R Evo represents a refined and enhanced iteration of the 2021 track car model.

06:07 Bugatti Bolide

When the Bolide debuted on the road in 2020, it seemed merely an ambitious concept, possibly destined for inclusion in the Grand Turismo video game lineup. Yet, Bugatti seems poised to revive the racing triumphs of the 1920s and pursue victory at Le Mans. The name of this limited edition racer, comprising 40 units, translates from French as "racing car."

07:42 Ferrari SF90 XX

Ferrari’s plug-in hybrid supercar is getting a dedicated track edition, offered in both the 799 Stradale and 599 roofless Spider variants. The SF90XX showcases state-of-the-art carbon-fiber aerodynamic elements and is powered by a 4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine combined with three electric motors, resulting in a total output of 1016 hp.

09:13 Karma Kaveya


Karma Kaveya is due to arrive in 2025 as an electric coupe, available in RWD and AWD modifications. The latter will have true hypercar parameters: 1180 horses, 1270 pound-feet, and 0 to 60 under 3 seconds.

10:23 Porsche Mission X

Initially introduced as Porsche’s vision for future electric high-performance supercars, the Mission X has now been confirmed for production, positioned as a worthy successor to the 918 Spyder. Through a blend of aerodynamic innovations and powertrain enhancements, Porsche anticipates that it will claim the title of the fastest road-legal vehicle around the Nürburgring north loop.

11:44 Velozzi Hypercar

Limited to 100 units, Velozzi Hypercar will stand out from other 1000+ hp competitors due to its unique construction and materials. The car’s bodywork and chassis are made from synthetic spider silk combined with carbon fiber, for a total weight of 1,954 pounds.

Go to Source