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What does 284.3 miles per hour look like from the driver's seat? Find out right here.

A Koenigsegg Agera RS hit 284.3 miles per hour and set a two-way averaged top speed record of 277.9 mph while testing in Nevada. Watch the video here.

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An official Guinness-approved record announcement is only a matter of time.

It's time to see what 1,360 horsepower can really do when fully uncorked.

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He nearly broke the car's brakes.

He nearly broke the car's brakes.

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"This is a proper fast car. We came here to show the world Bloodhound is go."

"This is a proper fast car," says pilot Andy Green. "We came here to show the world Bloodhound is go."

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The Bugatti Chiron set a world record from a standstill to 248mph to a standstill.

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... and set a new record.

The Lambo takes on a Model S, too.

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It took 29 hours, averaging 25 mph.

Low-rolling-resistance tires and Autopilot helped.

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The S-Dream Streamliner set a record at Bonneville.

That also makes it the fastest Honda car ever.

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A fractured shoulder and a new world record are the results.

Red Bull may not give humans wings, but this truck can fly.

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A need for speed runs in the Thompson family at over 400 miles per hour.

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The Iron Knight set two speed records.

This massive semi would embarrass some sports cars.

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It's called The Iron Knight and it's glorious.

Oh yeah, it also has roughly 4,425 pound-feet of torque.

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Behold, the world's fastest convertible.

The Hennessey Venom GT Spyder hit 265.6 miles per hour down a runway to become the world's fastest convertible.

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British stunt driver Alastair Moffatt scored another world record at Autosport International, where he spun a Subaru BRZ around in a space of 21 feet - just 7 more than the length of the car.

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Not only did a British team of expert builders construct a life-size camper out of Lego, they made it fully functional inside, too. The result absolutely must be seen.

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The world record for the fastest wheelie ever was broken last week in a British racing event by Gary Rothwell.

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Gregg Godfrey jumped 166 feet in a semi truck to set a new record for the stunt. While it looked easy from the outside, from inside Godfrey clearly felt the impact when the big rig returned to Earth.