Top 10 Most Popular Street Legal Supercars in the USA

You just dropped on the right page if you are looking for the best street-legal supercars in the USA. Here, we have narrowed down the 10 leading American-made supercars, where all the technical descriptions including the power, mileage, torque, and most importantly the price of each are given. Plus, you will get a brief, yet vivid description of each of the supercars. And, don’t forget this list contains street-legal supercars & hypercars for the USA. So, you can actually consider buying them without having to worry about police cars.

So, let’s get started!

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10 Cool Street Legal Supercars in the USA 

1. Drako GTE

Drako GTE tops the list for its outstanding torque limit, which is 6,491 pound-foot. In simple words, the higher the torque, the better is the hauling or towing power and climbing capacity  (of the car) along the steep roads. That is why I have given the utmost importance to this particular factor in selecting the better than the best supercar. Other than that, the car can travel at a speed of 0 to 60 miles per hour: 3.4 seconds, featuring 1200 Horsepower. The monstrous power capacity of GTE can propel it to reach the peak speed of 206 mph (miles per hour). As convenience comes at the cost of something, Drako GTE is an expensive option, pricing around $1,250,000. However, there are many other options which are even more expensive than this.

Darko GTE Hypercar

2. SSC Tuatara

SSC Tuatara features a carbon-fiber body, It can render a maximum power of 1,750 HP at an RPM (Revolution Per Minute) close to 9,000. Its torque measures around 1,280 pound-foot at 6800 RPM, at a full-scale boost on Ethanol fuel (the composition of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline, plus other hydrocarbons). A CIMA 7-speed gearbox, which is typically meant for the super, luxury cars sequential, delivers power to the car’s rear wheels. The total number of manufacturing Tuatara edition is limited to only 100 cars. The speed of this car is 0 to 60 mph: 2.5 seconds, and it costs about $1,901,000. 

SSC Tuatara

3. Dodge Viper ACR Extreme

Dodge started with the initiative to develop the meanest Viper which ultimately culminated as Dodge Viper ACR Extreme. Dodge set out to build the meanest Viper, and their efforts culminated in the ACR Extreme. It was able to beat the Nurburgring race in Germany, dated: 7-01-30. This 5th speediest street-legal supercar, just next to the Huracan Performante, holds track records all across the globe. Coming to its technical specifications, the car features a speed of 0 to 60 mph: 3.3 seconds, a torque of 600 pound-foot, the Horsepower of 650 HP, and prices around $121,395.

Dodge Viper ACR Extreme

4. 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray features the maiden mid-engine Corvette which is about 60 years in its making. The car includes a 6.2 Liter eight-cylinder piston engine with a common crankshaft arranged behind the cockpit which allows a low dash, better visibility. The car features 2 cargo compartments followed by an A-class interior cabin. Other than that, the car runs at a speed of 0 to 60 mph: 2.85 seconds, with a torque of 470 pound-foot and 495 HP. Lastly, its price is comparatively less, costing about $59,995.

2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

5. Dodge SRT Challenger Super Stock

Previously, the Demon offered a limited run, and the Dodge’s SRT team studied the fact of how to improvise the run performance without utilizing race fuel. The Dodge SRT Challenger Super Stock includes most of Demon’s and all other technical features, that too at a cost-effective range. Its technical specifications include; the speed of 0-60 mph: 3.25 seconds, power supply of 807 HP, a torque of 707 pound-foot, and costs around $81,090. The HP value is just 1 less than its previous edition, which makes the Challenger capable of traveling medium to low 10s in ¼ mile. The production of this car is limited to just 200. It will be a great deal to have at a medium range. So, book now to reserve yours!

Dodge SRT Challenger Super Stock

6. SVE Yenko Stage II Camaro

The Specialty Vehicle Engineering team developed the SVE Yenko Stage II Camaro which features a 6.8 Liter handbuilt eight-cylinder piston engine as well as a giant supercharger. To the fans of automatic gearbox transmission, Yenko is just 6-speed. Its other specifications include the speed of 0-60 mph: 3.0 seconds, 900 pound-foot of torque, 1,050 HP, and a price of $69,995.

SVE Yenko Stage II Camaro

7. Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 004CS

James Glickenhaus started with the manufacture of GT3 and GTE racing cars in Danbury, Connecticut. As his customers were quite successful, they asked for the street-legal version of Cameron (Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 004CS). Its chassis is made of carbon fiber chassis and the driver’s seat is centered between two passenger seats on either side. A Graziano 7-speed double-clutch system transmits power to the mid-lock wheels. One more thing is if you want a tinted carbon fiber or a clear coat outlook, then it might add an additional cost of $70,000 to the actual price of the car, which is $598,000. Its speed is 0-60 mph: 1.9 seconds, followed by 850 HP and torque of 750 pound-foot. 

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 004CS

8. Saleen S7 LM

Steve Saleen likes to go fast, so he transformed his aftermarket business of Mustang into a supercar manufacturing with S7. The body is inspired by the Aston Martin racing project. The car arrives with a 7L(427 cubic inch) V8. A twin-turbo edition was introduced in 2005, which offers about 750 HP and a torque of 700 pound-foot. The current edition is the lightweight (compared to previous models) Saleen S7 LM which delivers 1,500 HP and features 1,328 torque. Its speed is 0-60 mph: 2.2 seconds and lastly, it costs around $1,000,000.

Saleen S7 LM

9. Hennessey Venom F5

Hennessey Venom F5 is the first chassis and production body by Hennessey Performance Engineering. Hennessey’s twin-turbo V8 is going to make a world record immediately after the suitable car tires are at hand. The speed of Venom F5 is 0-60 mph: 2.7 seconds and delivers 1,600 HP. The torque and cost of the car are 1,300 pound-foot and $1,600,000, respectively.

Hennessey Venom F5

10. Ford GT

Henry Ford II was planning to develop the fastest going supercar. For that, he had the easiest and quickest option; that is to purchase a Ferrari. However, Enzo would definitely not want to sell the right to his competitors. So, Henry asked Carroll Shelby to get the Lola chassis and assemble it with the American power. The 2018 Ford GT edition is the originals’ 50th anniversary that was earlier brought home in 1967 and 2017. Ford GT features a speed of 0-60 mph: 3.2 seconds, a torque of 550 pound-foot, and delivers 647 Horsepower. The car costs about $500,000. 

Ford GT Liquid Carbon 2020

So, these are the most popular street-legal supercars that allow you to show off your luxury without facing any trouble from police cars. If you’re going to buy a supercar for day-to-day life, I recommend you to pick one of these amazing supercars which are stylish as well as urban road-friendly.

Ranbeer Maver is a Computer Science undergraduate. He's a geek who embraces any new consumer technology with inhuman enthusiasm.