The Hennessey Venom GT has recently become the world’s fastest production car after managing to achieve a top speed of 435.31 km/h (270.49 mph) at the Kennedy Space Center.
The impressive Hennessey Venom GT is the newest world’s fastest production car, after stealing this title from the mighty Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. The American vehicle ahs managed to achieve a top speed of 435.31 km/h (270.49 mph) at the Kennedy Space Center, “shattering” Bugatti’s previous world record of 431,072 km/h (268 mph), which was achieved at the Ehra Lessien track near Wolfsburg, in Germany. Keep in mind that the production model was electronically limited to 415 km/h (258 mph).
Despite managing to achieve this impressive top speed, the Hennessey Venom GT’s record of being the world’s fastest production car hasn’t been noted by Guinness World Book of Records but we suspect that it won’t be that long until the record will be recognized officially. Bugatti should probably hurry up and sell the remaining Veyron hypercars in order to start developing a new generation of the model which will definitely put some dust on the Hennessey Venom GT in terms of top speed, and not only.