2016 Venom F5 Release Date

Today we will also present the new 2016 Venom F5, which will develop speed like an airplane. There is a question who needs that speed? In early 2014 Hennessy Venom GT in Florida a speed of 435.31 km / h, which is unofficially became the fastest production car that can legally drive on public roads. The American company has announced a new model, Venom F5, which should surpass the result of 30 km / h and finally formalize the title of fastest.

2016 Venom F5 side

2016 Venom F5 Specs and Design

Although the Venom GT outperformed its rival, Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, which is 2010 to Volkswagen track near Wolfsburg recorded a score of 431.072 km / h, the record still has not received official confirmation.

The 2016 Venom F5 has achieved a record speed driving in one direction, and that the result became invalid Guinness world record, it was necessary to repeat the car driving on the same section, but in the opposite direction, after which computes the average top speed of both runs .

In addition, the 2016 Venom F5 does not fulfill the second criterion, which is the number of copies produced. In order for a model officially applied for the fastest production car, it needs to be made ​​at least 30 units, while Hennessey produced 29 copies.

2016 Venom F5 rear


The American manufacturer, meanwhile, was busy at work. The company said that in the preparation of F5 model that will be able to reach a maximum of 466 km / h (290 miles per hour).

To get it working, the existing 7.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine that drives the model Venom GT will be modified to produce over 1,400 hp. As compared to Venom GT, F5 and will have improved aerodynamics engine, while the mass of the car should be about 1,300 kg.

Release Date and Price

Venom F5 will be launched in 2015, and will be available in 2016. The American manufacturer is planning a series of 30 specimens, and the price of a car will amount to $ 1.2 million before taxes.

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