A Slowdown In Business Is No Better Than A Slowdown in a Supercar


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to own the fastest car in the world?  Imagine cruising down an abandoned road, zooming at speeds somewhere in the vicinity of 200 mph.  As you approach the top speed the car begins to rattle and you feel your control slipping away.  In your mind the car is set to either take off and fly or fall to pieces.

Speed is fascinating and altogether terrifying.  The adrenaline rush induced by high speeds is addicting.  Those who have tasted it, never go back.  Sadly, most of us cannot afford the price tag that accompanies the fastest street legal cars in the world.  Apparently speed is expensive.  So, for any of those racing enthusiasts who spend their time playing Need for Speed over the garage, I’ve gathered a list of the fastest cars on the road.  The rankings are based on tested top speeds on production models.  If you can’t drive them (The Xbox doesn’t count), at least you can drool over them.

  1. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport: The Veyron tops out at a max speed of 267 mph.  With 0-60 acceleration in 2.4 seconds, a Narrow Angle 8 Liter W16 Engine, and 1200 horsepower, it is no wonder this demon car costs $2,400,000.
  2. Hennessey Venom GT:  this sleek beauty, vaguely reminiscent of a Lotus Exige, flies down the road at a top speed of 260 mph.  Sporting a 6.2-liter LS9 Turbocharged V8 Twin Turbo V8 Engine, the Venom kicks out a wicked 0-60 acceleration in 2.5 seconds.  The Venom is a powerhouse with over 1200 hp, though noticeably cheaper than the Bugatti at $950,000
  3. Also topping out at 260, the Koenigsegg Agera R ties as the second fastest car on the road.  The Agera might be just as fast at the top, but is barely edged out on acceleration.  It trails the Venom by a few tenths of a second with a 2.9 second 0-60 acceleration.  It is also quite a bit pricier at nearly $1,600,000.
  4. The SSC Ultimate Aero used to be the heavy-weight champion of speed.  In 2011, the Koenigsegg Agera R bumped the Aero into third place.  The Aero has a hefty speed of 257 mph, made possible by its 1183 hp producing Twin-Turbo V8 Engine.  The Aero is a mere $654,400 to own.  Shell out a few hundred thousand and you could be going 0-60 in 2.7 seconds any time you want.
  5. Third place is another tie.  Not to be outdone by the SSC Ultimate Aero, the 9ff GT9-R rockets up to a 257 mph top speed, same as the Aero.  The GT9-R is a quintessential racecar with a 2.9 second, 0-60 acceleration and 1120 horsepower; all produced by a 4.0 Liter V6 Twin-Turbo Engine.  It shares a similar price range with the Aero ($695,000) as well as a top speed.

Supercars will definitely take you where you want to go, and they will do it faster than any other cars available for sale.  For a car to remain in good shape it has to be used; it has to keep moving.  A slowdown is just as fatal for a business.  Growth is essential for survival, especially in small businesses.  We all know that labor is one of the most expensive components of conducting business in America.  Labor costs can drag down a business if it is not careful.  Such an expensive commodity as time should be used effectively.  No bigger time and labor traps exist than shredding and scanning.  Your time is valuable; don’t let it be tied up by a bunch of paper.  Tarheel Imaging and Microfilming can take your business where it needs to go.  We may not own the fastest cars on the highway, but once we get there, we will save your business time and energy by handling all of your document nightmares.  Tarheel Imaging is the Bugatti of the shredding businesses.  Don’t let us get away because you think you can handle shredding on your own.  Maybe you can do it yourself, but we can do it better, faster and cheaper.  Do you want a supercar built by engineers or do you want a homemade job?  Call in the experts.  You wouldn’t build a car by yourself and you shouldn’t have to handle documents by yourself.  Hop in our supercar and zoom to success faster than anybody else.