News recpc Thursday, October 11th, 2018 19:38:09 PM.
The fastest car tail in the world is currently held by the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport which was produced in 2011 ago, which is capable of reaching speeds of up to 267 mph.
Likewise, with the Bugatti Chiron production in 2017, its speed is capable of racing up to 261 mph, including for its limited electronic version. However, Bugatti’s prestige seems to collapse by the presence of another supercar, namely Hennessey F5 Venom.
Last week, Hennessey launched its newest supercar teaser, F5 Venom, which is planned to be introduced first at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, United States (US), in early November. Rumors say that this car is capable of traveling up to 300 mph.
“I think the speed of 290 mph to 300 mph can be achieved well,” the founder, John Hennessey told Top Gear.
The automotive manufacturer from Texas, USA designed the F5 Venom as a car with the lighter material than most premium cars made by Uncle Sam’s country. This car is powered by a V8 engine and two turbochargers.
In addition, the car body is also designed very aerodynamically inspired by the great strength of the F5 tornado, which is able to reach speeds of 262 to 317 mph.
For information, Bugatti and Hennessey have long been involved in fierce competition in producing super high-speed cars. In fact, the fastest car in the world today is Hennessey Venom which was able to reach a top speed of 270 mph in 2014.
Unfortunately, the super speed is not recognized by Guinness World Records because it is only done in one round and not mass produced. That’s why the record for the fastest car in the world is held by the Bugatti Veyron which is now on the market.
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