So Much Power-Packed In A Hennessey Venom GT And The F5 Too?

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Well, Guys At Hennessey Sometimes Get Us Really Duped!

Let’s go back to the year 2013 when the Venom GT entered into the Guinness World Record as the fastest road-legal car. At the time, the Venom GT recorded 0–186 mph (0–300 km/h) doing about 13.63secs on average. When placed against the Koenigsegg Agera R, it did an average of 14.51 secs from 0–200 mph.

From this perspective, it is easy to see why John Hennessey, the Hennessey CEO describes the Venom GT with delightful attachment. He calls it the ‘the supercar I have always dreamed of building’.

This Britain-manufactured car Constructed in Britain, and with a chassis developed on our roads, the Venom GT might also just turn out to be the Veyron Super Sport driver’s worst nightmare. The Venom GT carries under the hood a V8 twin-turbocharged 427 GM LSX engine.

The engine has a power output of 1,244 hp (928 kW; 1,261 PS). Whereas the Hennesey Venom sounds astonishing, it is the 2019 Hennessey F5 that will take a lot of people by total surprise.

The F5 pride of 1,600-horsepower delivered by a V8 engine. CEO John Hennessey further hinted that this car will do as much as 311mph.

Most people would claim that this sounds stranger than fiction but Hennesy is highly capable of delivering such numbers indeed. There is a lot of fantasy in the automotive industry right now as everyone tries to get as smart as they can. In the meantime, enthusiasts become the beneficiaries of all this mind-blowing competition.