The Fastest Production Car In The World
Car has a stunning dynamics. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes just 2.7 seconds. In January 2013, a car hit the Guinness Book of Records, speeding up to 300 km/h in 13.63 seconds and beating the previous record of Koenigsegg Agera R 14.53 seconds. Moreover, during test runs Hennessey Venom GT was able to overcome 370 km/h slightly less than 20 seconds (19.96 to be exact).
Owners note that reached 435.3 km/h is not the limit. The car could still speed up to more 15 km/h, but track is too short: the pilot simply had to slow down. By the way, to reduce the maximum speed to 110 km/h car needs a whole thousand meters. Much? Not really, because at the peak acceleration for each second supercar overcame more than 120m.
Guinness World Records will not count the result. According to the rules, the record may be registered only when the car overcomes path in two directions, then calculated average maximum speed. In addition, Guinness World Records said the record counts for those machines that are released in an amount not less than 30 cars. A Hennessey Venom GT will be released in only 29 copies (11 of them have already made). By the way, the price of 1200 HP version start from $1 million.