Red Bull X2010 (2010)

When Gran Turismo founder Kazunori Yamauchi wanted to create the ultimate no-limits racing car, he turned to Formula One team Red Bull and chief designer Adrian Newey for their input.

The X2010 features sculpted bodywork, a closed fighter-style single-seat cockpit and a fan to suck air from under the car to create huge downforce. It also packs 1,479bhp, which is good for 300mph, and the X2010 is able to generate 6G of cornering force. Of course, this is all hypothetical, as the car’s extreme performance would be too much for any driver to sustain in the real world.

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