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The 10 Craziest, Most Powerful Hypercars Arriving in 2019 and 2020

These ultra-high-performance sports cars are coming soon.

A decade or so ago, the term "hypercar" had yet to supersede the word "supercar" in denoting automotive supremacy. And then came Bugatti's barrier-shattering Veyron in 2005, boasting more than 1000 horsepower and a 253-mph top speed. In the years that followed, Porsche, McLaren, and Ferrari competed in the Veyron's wake for ultra-high-performance bragging rights with a trinity of hyper-hybrids, the 918 Spyder, P1, and LaFerrari. All of those cars are out of production-and now automakers are bringing a new generation of hypercars. Bugatti again is ahead of the curve, having introduced the Veyron's successor, the Chiron. Click through this gallery for a look at 10 other next-generation hypercars you can expect to appear in 2019 and 2020 (and some that might come later), ranked in order of least to most horsepower.

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With 1888 HP, the Rimac C_Two Puts Croatia on the Supercar Map

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