That’s right the Hennessey Venom F5 PUSHES 466KPH which probably makes it the fastest Super-car in the world! #MidasPower
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Hennessey is planning a whole new set of upgrades for the F5, including all-carbon-fiber bodywork to help keep the curb weight under 2,866 pounds to help enhance its power-to-weight ratio. By comparison, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport only returns 630 horsepower per tonne, whereas it appears Hennessey is shooting for 1000 horsepower per tonne.
Though the Venom F5 will share a Lotus platform with the Venom GT, they will have different looks. The F5 looks more like the lovechild of the Nissan GT-R and Ferrari LaFerrari Ferrari LaFerrari. Additionally, Hennessey Hennessey will add aerodynamic components to drop the F5’s coefficient of drag to 0.40 — the Venom GT’s coefficient of drag checks in at 0.44. Sure, it’s a small change, but enough to help the F5 maintain its speed in a down-and-back run at the Kennedy Space Center.
Once Hennessey has successfully evolved the Venom GT into the F5, the latter should be able to take the reigns from its cousin as the true kingpin of the supercar world, despite what the Guinness Book of World Records believes. Achieving a top speed of 290 mph is quite literally the fastest way to do that.
The company plans to produce 30 examples of the Venom F5, which is just enough to satisfy Guinness’ requirement for the record. Each example will come with a price of somewhere north of the R18 Million sticker of the Venom GT.
Customers lucky enough to secure one of these 30 models should expect to receive their new babies sometime in 2016.
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