It is also the fastest Aston, capable of 220 mph at its highest speed, thanks to a 7.3 V12 engine that powers the front end and generates 750 horsepower.
The Koenigsegg CC8S makes the list because it was the first production vehicle created by the business, which is now famed for producing some of the world's fastest sports vehicles.
The Pagani Zonda Revolucion is the culmination of years of development and the Zonda, the vehicle that ousted Lamborghini from young boys' bedroom wall murals.
The first Hennessey Venom GT, which had insane performance, was unveiled in 2011, but the Spyder has now supplanted it as the fastest convertible in the world.
Roland Gumpert, an Audi race director, designed the vehicle with the goal of building a sports car that would be at home on both the track and the open road.
The Lamborghini Reventon is a 6.5-liter V12 engine with a naturally aspirated output of 650 horsepower. It costs over $1 million and has a top speed of 210 mph.
From 1974 to 1976, it won the World Rally Championship three times in a row, all thanks to a 2.4-liter Ferrari-built Dino V6 that produced 190 horsepower.