The world’s fastest production car is the 2011 bugatti veyron 16.4 super sport, the clock speed of 267 miles. The new 2017 bugatti Chiron is also fast at 261 MPH, and this is the time for electronic restrictions. But bugatti could soon be usurped by another supercar, the Hennessey Venom F5.
Last week, Hennessey scoffed at its latest model, the Venom F5, which will be released at the SEMA show in Las Vegas on November 1. There’s a whisper that will break through 300 miles. “I think it’s going to be 290 miles per hour,” John Hennessey, the boss, told Top Gear. Either way, the Hennessey company in Texas looks ready to cross the bugatti.
The venom F5 will be a lightweight car, relatively speaking, from the “big” us “V8 engine and two turbochargers. It was designed to have aerodynamic advantages and named the F5 tornado, with wind speeds ranging from 262 miles per hour to 317 MPH.
Bugatti and Hennessey have a history of chasing after. Hennessey is actually the fastest speed record vehicles, but in 2014 reach 270 miles per hour of Venom GT can only run a (two of them by the guinness book of world records), is not really a production vehicle, the unqualified.
Thanks to all the hype and hyper-competitive history, Hennessey has many activities on Nov. 1 – especially if it tries to blow up 300 miles in bugatti.