Hennessey has published a teaser for the 1600-strong hypercar Venom F5July 19, 2020
The press service of the famous Texas tuner has presented a teaser for the Venom F5 hypercar. The presentation of the 1600-strong novelty will take place in November this year.
It’s been six years since the initial announcement of the Hennessey Venom F5 hypercar. The Texas-based tuning company has already confirmed that the production hypercar will be officially unveiled this year. Now, we know the month for which the long-awaited presentation is scheduled.
The official Hennessey Performance Facebook page announced that the car will debut in November. This is in line with the company’s original plan to start production of the car in 2019 and launch a production version this year.
Moreover, as you could see in the image above, the teaser showed a small portion of the production Venom F5. The Venom F5 will receive carbon fiber body panels.
In fact, the F5’s monocoque body is made of carbon fiber, which explains the hypercar’s $ 1.6 million. Hennessey estimates the machine will weigh less than 1,360 kg and will have a drag coefficient of 0.33.
Chances are you already know that the Venom F5 will be Hennessey’s fastest creation, aiming for a record top speed of 501 km / h. This is made possible by a monstrous 7.6-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that develops 1600 horsepower (1762 Nm). The engine received an aluminum block and steel cylinder liners.
Only 24 of the Hennessey Venom F5 will be made – 12 for the United States and a dozen more for the rest of the world.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that they published a new image of a hypercar with space technologies. US firm Hyperion Motors on Thursday, July 16, shared a new teaser for the upcoming XP-1 hydrogen-powered hypercar.
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