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Gameloaf’s first Asphalt game came out in 2004, still, the popularity remained the same. Gameloaf’s Asphalt 9: Legends is a blessing for gamers who love classic car racing games. Since its release 4 years ago, it is still at the top of racing games. With a great game comes great competition and exciting cars to drive. 

Originally, the game had 48 types of cars featured, but with the worldwide release, four new cars were introduced, making a total of 52 cars. With these 52 car designs, there are also different types of upgrades that come into play. It is very hard to choose, which car is best for the competition and which is not? So, here is a guide that can help you go beyond the competition of the racing world.

8 Fastest Cars in Asphalt 9 Legends:

As you know, a total of 52 cars exist in the world of Asphalt 9 Legends. But the top 8 cars that surpass all other cars are:

Koenigsegg Jesko:

With a top speed of 496.6 km/h, Koenigsegg Jesko is the first one to cruise through the wind of the Asphalt world. At stock, the speed of Koenigsegg Jesko is 484 km/h but at maxed level a high speed of 496.6 km/h can be achieved. 

Some people will say that Koenigsegg Jesko lacks just a bit behind other S-class cars, but the difference is not that much. Handling can be a bit difficult, however, the speed benefits are worth the compromise.

SSC Tuatara:

Ranking in second place is SSC Tuatara with the slightest difference in speed from Koenigsegg Jesko. There is only a 7.8 km/h difference in speed at stock and at max, maxed out speed being 490.6 km/h. 

The Koenigsegg Jesko might be a faster car than the SSC Tuatara, but the latter is above average in terms of acceleration and handling. To surpass the fastest car, the Tuatara needs slight changes in the nitro stats. With its current nitro level, it still ranks fourth among all S-Class ranks.

Koenigsegg Regera:

Only two cars surpass Koenigsegg Regera in speed, making it the third-fastest car in the Asphalt 9 Legends. The stock speed of Koenigsegg Regera is 440 km/h, however, on maxed out, a jump of 17.1 km/h can be achieved.

Despite having this much speed, Koenigsegg Regera somehow has lower acceleration and nitro, meaning it will take time to reach its top speed. But you know in competitions one-second delay can make you lose. The absence of good handling also acts as a problem in achieving high speed.

TRION Nemesis:

With a stock speed of 434 km/h and a top speed of 450.7 km/h, this car has been ranked as the fourth-best car. TRION Nemesis is one of the top three cars that perform better at stock. However, it is ranked 5th for max speed for the S-Class.

Moreover, it is a well-known fact that speed is important, but a lack of handling can put a restraint on the performance. TRION Nemesis has great acceleration, still, the fact that handling is not at its best, and the nitro model is also one of the lowest among all S-ranked vehicles, takes its performance down.

Bugatti La Voiture Noire:

With a speed of 420 kilometers per hour at stock and a top speed of 443.4 kilometers per hour, Bugatti La Voiture Noire is above average in the S-Class rankings, making it 5th on the list. What this vehicle has as an exception, is its acceleration.

Like, TRION Nemesis and Koenigsegg Regera, Bugatti La Voiture Noire also lacks behind in handling. The performance of Bugatti La Voiture Noire goes down at maxed levels, making it below average in the S-Class.

Bugatti Chiron:

The 6th in the line is Bugatti Chiron, with a stock speed of 420 km/h and attaining the speed of 443.4 km/h at maximum level. In contrast to other cars in the S-Class, Bugatti Chiron has better and faster acceleration. Also, the Chiron is blessed with a superior nitro.

Furthermore, the nitro of Bugatti Chiron is more than average, in both stock and maxed categories. Like its rival cars, Bugatti Chiron also has bad luck in handling, bringing its performance down.

BXR Bailey Blade GT1:

As for the 7th rank, there is nothing better than BXR Bailey Blade GT1. BXR Bailey Blade GT1 beats its rival TRION Nemesis in both acceleration and nitro capabilities at the speed of 434 km/h. The average acceleration of BXR Bailey Blade GT1 is a bit better in contrast to the average nitro abilities of the S-Class.

At high speed, handling the vehicle can be quite difficult. That is why it is ranked as the 6th worst car among all S-Class vehicles in handling at max speed. If you have enough abilities to control the car, then go for it.

Rimac C_Two:

Last but not least, with the second-best acceleration in both stock and max settings, Rimac C_two is a fantastic car. Rimac C_Two has a Stock Speed of 412 km/h and at a maximum setting, the speed is 421.6 km/h.

Unlike other S-Class cars, Rimac C_Two has good handling, making it a more powerful car. The handling is slightly better than the average, but still, it is better than below average. Further, the nitro is also quite effective. 


After a half-decade, Gameloft’s Asphalt 9 legends is still in the top class of the car racing games. Competition is very tough as more and more players are getting attracted by the high-ranking visuals. To take upon the competitors, you also have to upgrade your cars to the best levels that can provide you with great results. 

In our articles, we have stated the top eight cars that are good in different-different categories. We hope that our article has helped you in some way in choosing the right cars for your journey in the Asphalt world.

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