Hennessey Venom GT Launches World Fastest Edition

Hennessey Venom GT Launches World Fastest Edition

After breaking the record for fastest car in the world, Hennessey launches a special version called the Venom GT World Fastest Edition.

Last month the vehicle hit his second record, now at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, when it reached a speed of 270.49 miles per hour, equivalent to 435.31 km / h.

Will only be made only three special units, all sold already, but that will only be delivered during the summer in the northern hemisphere.

Few modifications from the regular version: the visual had the addition of a red, white and blue stripe painted on the center of the car. There are no changes in the engine, it still uses the V8 biturbo 7.0 liter, 1,244 horsepower, which makes the car overcome the barrier of 300 km / h in just 13.63 seconds.

The merits of the company, John Hennesey, said he wants to test the car next to some race tracks like the N?rburgring in Germany, or the Circuit of the Americas or Laguna Seca, both in the United States year. When built 30 units of the Venom GT were set so far 20 vehicles have been sold and the company expects to sell more in 2015.

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