That was exactly what the Hennessey Venom F5 hypercar was supposed to be.April 19, 2020
A tuning studio from Texas (USA) published the very first version of how they thought the Venom F5 hypercar should have looked. Compared to the current renderings of the car (with a yellow body), there are few visual changes.
In 2014, the American tuning company Hennessey announced its Venom F5 hypercar, which, according to the assurances of its creators, could well reach a top speed of 467 km / h. At the moment, we already have quite a few details about the future American rival of sports models from Koenigsegg and Bugatt, which will be released in a circulation of 24 copies.
Hennessey announced on his official Facebook page that by the summer of this year the company will present the first pre-production prototype of the machine, which will be designed for testing – they will last from the second half of June to September.
Not so long ago, an image of an American novelty was published, which shows us the initial appearance of the machine. According to the founder of the studio, “the drawing was made several years ago.” Compared to the current renderings of the car (with a yellow body), there are very few visual changes in the early rendering of the car. But you should see some subtle changes, especially in the configuration of the lower front bumper and headlights.
The maximum speed of the upcoming Venom F5 has also changed – now they promise us acceleration to 501 km / h. This speed is expected to be achieved thanks to a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that will develop 1,817 horsepower and 1,617 Nm of torque. To withstand this monstrous amount of energy, the Venom F5 will be a bit stiffer than the French Bugatti Chiron hypercar.
The price of an American hypercar will be $ 1.6 million
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