If Batman were to own a stable of supercars, these five matte black beauties would probably be in his collection, starting with the sleek Koenigsegg Agera X above. This supercar is powered by a 5.0 liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that produces 910hp and 1,100Nm of torque, with a top speed of 398km/h and the ability to hit 100km/h in just 3.1 seconds. Continue reading for more.

5. Porsche Carrera GT

Priced right under $500,000, the Carrera GT is not cheap but is quite affordable compared to its $1 Million dollar rival the Ferrari Enzo. Producing over 600 HP and 420 Trq from a 5.7L aluminum V10, the Carrera GT reaches 60 mph in less than 4 seconds and tops 200 mph without a problem.

4. Kicherer SLS GT AMG

It’s hard to believe that the “standard,” if you can even call it that, Mercedes SLS AMG wouldn’t be enough for someone, but sometimes we just have to squeeze 700 horsepower out of our daily driver right? German tuner Kicherer has done just that with their drop dead gorgeous 2012 Mercedes SLS GT AMG Supercharged. As you probably already guessed by the name, the vehicle�s 6.3 liter V8 engine has been equipped with a supercharger, allowing the beast to put down a cool 700 ponies.

3. Lamborghini Aventador

Vellano Wheels recently completed fitting a set of their VKK Concave wheels to a very special matte black Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. If you cast your minds a few years back, fitting colored aftermarket wheels to a supercar would have been viewed as sacrilegious, but in recent months the prevalence of just that has increased dramatically, with these particular Vellano�s being finished in bright Orange with black accents.

2. Nissan Juke-R

Nissan has so far received three orders for a copy of the Nissan Juke-R, and is currently taking orders for more examples of the car. While the two prototypes built employed the mechanicals of the 2010 GT-R and extracted 485 hp and 434 lb-ft of torque from a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-6 engine, versions of the Juke-R destined for customers will use the running gear from the 2013 GT-R. The new car�s engine has been upgraded to 545 hp and 463 lb-ft, which could make the Juke-R even quicker than the 3.7-second 0-to-62-mph time previously quoted.

1. Switzer Ultimate Street Edition GT-R

It wasn’t long ago that driving a 1,000+ horsepower car came with many sacrifices. These were race or show cars, not to be used daily. Now we have the Switzer Ultimate Street GTR, an everyday tuned sports car and driven by Matt Farah together with DRIVE. On pump gas, the GTR in the video below makes 1,000 horsepower with virtually no downside. On race gas, it makes 1,100 horsepower. And the owner of this particular GTR uses it as his daily driver to commute to work. Is 1,100 horsepower enough to get to the office?

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