8 Of The Most Powerful Cars Available At Moneyshake
Even the smallest of car enthusiasts turn their head when they hear the roaring sound of a powerful car engine. We would all be lying if we said the sight of a Lamborghini didn’t excite us just a little bit – and while we can’t promise you the latest Aventador, we are lucky enough to be able to provide you with the best lease deals for some exceptionally powerful cars.
With the 2021 Grand National on the horizon, we began to wonder which cars, available at Moneyshake, had the highest brake horsepower (bhp) output. So we have compiled a list of eight of the most powerful cars that you can lease today. If speed is your motivation – you won’t want to miss this.
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Audi R8 – 612bhp
Our list is kicked off by the unmistakably slick Audi R8. There is a reason the R8 is considered one of the best sports cars on the market, and is driven by the likes of Robert Downey Jr, Lady Gaga, and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Its ten-cylinder engine, yes ten, works in conjunction with the 5.2-litre petrol tank, and 4-wheel-drive system to produce an eye-watering 612bhp. That’s enough of a kick to get the R8 up to 60mph in just over 3 seconds.
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Porsche 911 – 580bhp
One of the first names that sprung to mind when we started to draw up this list. First introduced in the 1960’s, the Porsche 911 has managed to keep pace with its newer rivals by constantly refreshing its technology inside the classic, instantly recognisable design.
Porsche’s latest technology now takes shape in the 911 to create a drive that’s still considered one of the best. Namely, a semi-automatic 3.5-litre petrol engine that delivers 580bhp. The Porsche 911 does actually come in higher powered specs, but if you’re looking to lease one, you may have to settle for the 580bhp version – which we’re sure is plenty for even the keenest of thrill-seekers.
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Maserati Quattroporte – 572bhp
Look to the top of the Quattroporte range and you’ll spot a V8 Trofeo perched among a load of V6 units – and its that eight-cylinder engine we are focusing on.
The Trofeo, which means ‘trophy’ in Italian, is made up by a 3.8-litre petrol engine and is Maserati’s fastest yet. It’s 572bhp shifts the aggressive looking sports car up to 60mph in just four and a half seconds.
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Polestar 1 – 601bhp
Enter electric. Sort of. The Polestar 1 is actually a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). It combines a 2.0-litre petrol engine with a trio of electric motors to provide just over 600bhp. Match this with its four-wheel-drive powertrain and you have a car that can hit 60mph in just over four seconds.
Power isn’t the only thing going for Polestar’s debut model. The high-performance grand tourer can actually run on electric alone for around 77 miles. Couple this with the car’s incredibly low 26g/km of CO2 emissions and you’ve got yourself a very strong case for a business lease vehicle. This is because cars that emit few greenhouse gases and can travel a good distance in full electric mode qualify for competitively cheap BiK (Benefit in Kind) tax rates.
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Tesla Model S – 670bhp
By the time next summer comes around we should see the latest Model S Plaid and Model X Plaid on the road – both of which will produce over 1,000bhp. Making the Model S the first car to break the two second barrier for a 0-60mph test.
The Model 3 was also not far from making our list – clocking in at 456bhp. That makes it the slowest Tesla on our site, but also the most affordable of the premium electric-only range. With a 0-60mph time of just over three seconds, the Model 3 offers incredible value for money when you lease.
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Nissan GT-R – 600bhp
The V6 600 edition is aptly named as that is exactly how much power it produces. The 4.0-litre petrol engine utilises a four-wheel-drive automatic powertrain to churn out its 600bhp and hit 60mph in less than three seconds.
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BMW M8 Competition – 616bhp
BMW is a brand that goes hand in hand with performance and power. We probably could have included numerous models from its impressive range to feature in this list – but the M8 Competition tops them all.
The 4.4-litre twin-turbo petrol engine sings to the tune of 616bhp and reaches 60mph in just 3.2 seconds. Putting it among the scarily quick electric engines that sit at the top of our list.
You can be sure that despite it being such a powerful car, the M8 Competition does not compromise when it comes to its interior. It gets the same exceptional treatment as all other BMW’s and features an array of driver convenience technology.
Start your lease journey today and compare deals on the high-performing BMW M8 Competition at Moneyshake. We sort the good from the bad to bring you the very best deals.
Audi e-tron GT RS – 637bhp
It seems fitting that our list started with an Audi, and will finish with an Audi. Although this model takes a very different approach to its opposite number.
We shouldn’t be surprised that their are three electric cars among our list. After all the electric motors are renowned for efficiently producing high levels of power, and while the e-tron GT RS isn’t quite up to Tesla standards, its really not far off.
Its huge 475kW motor produces 637bhp, just 33 shy of the Model S, and covers 60mph in a jaw-dropping 2.7-seconds. Its battery isn’t half bad either, running for 280-miles on a single charge according to WLTP tests.
Do you think we have saved the best ’til last? Start your search for an Audi e-tron GT RS today and let us find you the best deal from our panel of industry-approved providers.
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