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Hennessey Venom GT - Speed Record
Hennessey Venom GT - Speed Record
The Hennessey Venom GT set a new world speed record for two-seat sports cars by reaching a top speed of 270.49 mph, by racing the high-performance car down the 3.2-mile Kennedy Space Centre Space Shuttle landing runway in Cape Canaveral, Fla.
Venom beat the previous best record of 431km/h set by Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.
Hennessey Venom GT: 270 mph (435 km/h), 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds, has a Lotus Exige 7.0 liter LS7 Turbocharged V8 Twin Turbo V8 Engine producing 1244 hp, with a price tag of $1,000,000 and up. The Venom GT is the fastest car in the world when tested again on February 14th, 2014 at NASA runway in Florida.
Hennessey Venom GT
Hennessey Venom GT
The record is impressive as test driver Brian Smith started from rest, broke the record and stopped on a 5.1-kilometre stretch of tarmac rather than using a high-speed oval to give the car a running start.
Amazingly, the 1,244-horsepower Venom GT was still accelerating even as it reached 270 mph, but the length of the runway limited how far the coupe could be pushed. Driver Brian Smith only had about 2.6 miles to complete his run because it took nearly a kilometer (0.62 miles) to slow the car to 70 mph. “If we could run on an 8-mile (12.8km) oval we could go faster than that,” Smith said.
The GPS data showed the Venom GT took just 10.1 seconds to accelerate from 260 to 270 mph. The historic run took 2.4 miles to achieve, allowing the Venom just eight-tenths of a mile to stop.
“Thankfully, its Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes were able to haul the car down from 270 mph well before the end of the runway’s 1,000-foot threshold,” the Hennessey team said.
Hennessey Venom GT - Speed Record Celebration
Hennessey Venom GT - Speed Record Celebration
However, Bugatti will retain its place in the Guinness book of records, the report said.
The independently verified Hennessey speed will not go into the book as the Venom could only be driven one way on the NASA landing strip.
The book requires cars to make runs in two directions to account for variables, including gradients and wind direction.
There are only 11 Hennessey Venom GTs in existence, making the car ineligible for Guinness "fastest production car” prize. But it got the record of world fastest production car for speed from 0-300km/hr.
record of world fastest production car for speed from 0-300km/hr.
record of world fastest production car for speed from 0-300km/hr.
Hennessey Venom GT celebration
Hennessey Venom GT celebration
Hennessey Venom GT - Guinness Book Certificcate
Hennessey Venom GT - Guinness Book Certificate

2013 Hennessey Venom GT Specifications

Performance

0-60 mph
0-100 mph
0-300 km/h
0-200 mph
¼ mile
Standing half mile
Standing mile
Verified speed
Est. top speed
2.7 sec.
5.6 sec.
13.63 sec. – Guinness World Record
14.51 sec. – Hypercar World Record
9.92 sec. @ 163 mph
206 mph
253 mph
270.49 mph
278 mph

Engine

Type
Valvetrain
Block/heads
Forced induction
Horsepower
Torque
Displacement
Compression ratio
Redline
Lubrication
Fuel injection
90-degree V8
overhead valve, 2 valves/cyl
iron /aluminum
twin precision ball bearing turbochargers
1244 bhp @ 6600 rpm (cockpit-adjustable to 800, 1000 & 1244 bhp)
1155 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm
7000 cc/427 cu. in.
9.2:1
7200 rpm
dry sump system
electronic sequential multi-port

Chassis

Layout
Body/frame
Brakes, f & r
Wheels
Tires
Steering
Suspension, f &r
Springs/shocks
Ride height
mid-longitudinal engine/rear drive
carbon fiber & composite/aluminum hybrid monocoque-space frame
15.0 x 1.3-in. carbon-ceramic rotors, 6-piston Brembo fixed calipers
Hennessey H10 forged monoblock, 9.5 x 19 front, 12.5 x 20 rear
Michelin Pilot Super Sport; 265/30ZR19 front, 345/30ZR20 rear
rack & pinion, 6-position variable electric assist
Sunequal-length tubular A-arms, anti-roll bars
Penske 2-way-adjustable coilovers
adjustable; range of 2.4 in.

Drivetrain

TransmissionRicardo 6-Speed Manual
Final Drive Ratio3.36:1
1st gear/max speed
2nd gear/max speed
3rd gear/max speed
4th gear/max speed
5th gear/max speed
6th gear/max speed
2.61:1 69 mph
1.71:1 105 mph
1.23:1 146 mph
0.94:1 191mph
0.77:1 233 mph
0.63:1 278 mph

Dimensions & Capacities

Length
Width
Height
Wheelbase
Track, front
Track, rear
Ground clearance
Curb weight
Fuel capacity
Weight distribution, f/r %
(with driver & passenger)
183.7 in./4655 mm
77.2 in./1960 mm
44.7 in./1135 mm
110.2 in./2800 mm
63.5 in./1612 mm
63.2 in./1604 mm
3.5 in. to 5.9 in./90 mm to 150 mm
2743 lb/1244 kg
18.5 gal./70 liters
44/56

Optional Upgrades

• Michelin Pilot Sport Cup ZP Tires
• Bare Carbon Fiber Finish
• Right-Hand Drive
• Stefano Ricci Bespoke Interior
• Stereo System Designed by Steven Tyler of Aerosmith
Hennessey Venom GT Specification
Hennessey Venom GT Specification
Record Video



Hennessey Venom GT on track
Hennessey Venom GT on track


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The Story of Hennessey Venom GT

In 2007, Road & Track Magazine invited Hennessey Performance to participate in a shootout between some of the world’s fastest supercars. The contest? Find out which car could accelerate from 0 to 200 mph in the shortest amount of time. Some of the heavyweights competing where the Mercedes McLaren SLR, Lamborghini Murciellago, Ruf Porsche 911 Twin Turbo and the 1001 bhp all-wheel drive Bugatti Veyron 16.4.For our entry, the Hennessey team brought the company’s latest Venom 1000 Twin Turbo Viper. Several runs were made by each car on the 2.9 mile long runway at Lemoore Naval Air Station in central California. At the end of the day, the Hennessey Venom 1000 Viper was crowned king of the ROAD & TRACK “Speed Kings” shootout by posting the quickest time of the day by running 0 to 200 mph in an astonishing 20.3 seconds. By comparison, the 2nd place Bugatti Veyron 16.4 was nearly 4 seconds behind the Venom with a time of 24.2 seconds.
Hennessey Venom GT
Hennessey Venom GT
“At the end of the Road & Track test, we were very pleased with the results and the Venom taking first place over the Veyron”, says John Hennessey. “As far as I am aware, we have the only car that has ever beaten a Veyron in an independent, head to head test of vehicle performance. While we were quite happy with that accomplishment, it did not take long for me to begin thinking about what could we do to improve the performance of our car.”
He continues, “I thought that we could possibly add a bit more power but had concerns about being able to put that power to the ground via the Viper front-engine rear-wheel drive platform. My next thought was to reduce weight… try to lighten the Viper from 3500 lbs to under 3000 lbs. But that would not be reality as the car could only shed about 200 lbs while still being a true street car with a full interior, AC, etc. So I started thinking about lighter alternative vehicles that could be modified to 1000+ hp and that could put the power to the ground. All-wheel drive went against the grain of light weight due to the added drive-line components.”
“One day I joked about putting the Venom 1000 Twin Turbo engine in the back of a Lotus Exige. Then I thought, let’s do a sketch and see what that might look like. When I saw the sketch I stopped laughing and really started to seriously think about this idea. We then had a few more detailed renderings made. And when I saw these drawings, I thought to myself, we can build this car with 1000+ hp and a weight well under 3000 lbs. A mid-engine design like the Ford GT will put the weight of the motor and transmission over the rear tires giving better traction. Design as much down-force as we will need to have a car that handles like a kart on the road or race track. At the same time also have a car with the best power to weight ratio possible giving unmatched acceleration. This is how the Venom GT concept was born.”
Sketch - Hennessey Venom GT
Hennessey Venom GT - back
Sketch - Hennessey Venom GT - Back

Concept Renderings - Hennessey Venom GT
Concept Renderings - Hennessey Venom GT
Production - Hennessey Venom GT
Production - Hennessey Venom GT
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                           The Story of Hennessey Venom GT

Bugatti Veyron Super Sports

The Bugatti Veyron is, by every measure, the world's most extreme production road car. It's the quickest to 60, was the highest top speed, and can absolutely dominate a track untill Hennessey Venom GT 2013.
The original Veyron claimed 1,001 horsepower, which in itself was a major technical achievement. Its engine, boasting 16 cylinders, was essentially formed by joining two V8 engines at the crank.
The W16 powerplant displaces 8.0-liters and features ten radiators for everything from the engine cooling systems to the air conditioner.
The standard Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Coupe ran a cool $1.3 million and could reach a top speed of 253 mph - a speed it can maintain for 12 minutes before all the fuel is gone. Power is transmitted to the pavement via four-wheel-drive and a seven-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission.
The car could hit 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, 100 mph in 5.5 seconds, and 150 mph in 9.8 seconds. Getting to 200 mph took 18.3 seconds, and 250 mph takes 42.3 seconds.
Volkswagen Bugatti Veyron Engine
Volkswagen Bugatti Veyron Engine
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is born
Bugatti has ceased production of the original coupe version of the Veyron, but continues to churn out limited edition open-air Veyron models. The latest such example, the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, boasts an enormous 1,200 horsepower and 1,106 lb-ft of torque.
Bugatti managed to bump the Vitesse to 1,200 horsepower by fitting the convertible with four enlarged turbochargers and intercoolers. Due to the car's open roof, additional chassis supports had to be added to the Vitesse to handle the added power, so the car's top speed will likely fall just short of the Super Sport's 267 mph top end.

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport Specification


Cylinder capacity7993 cm³
Power output882 KW (1200 hp) at 6400 rpm
Max. torque1500 Nm at 3000–5000 rpm
Gearbox7 Gear DSG
Top speed415 km/h
Acceleration
0–100 km/h2.5 sec
0–200 km/h6.7 sec
0–300 km/h14.6 sec
Lateral acceleration1.4 g
CO2 Emission
In town867 g/km
Extra-Urban348 g/km
Combined539 g/km
Fuel typeSuper lead free 98 RON/ROZ
Fuel Consumption
Urban37.2 l
Extra-Urban14.9 l
Combined23.1 l
*) Gearbox: 7 Gear DSG, fuel consumption in town: 37.2l/100km, fuel consumption out of town: 14.9l/100km, fuel consumption combined: 23.1l/100km, CO2 emission combined: 539g/km, Efficiency Class: G

Performance
Top speed408.47 km/h (253.81 mph) (average)
Super Sport:
431.072 km/h (267.856 mph) (average)
0–100 km/h (0.0–62.1 mph)2.46 seconds0–240 km/h (0.0–149.1 mph)9.8 seconds
0–300 km/h (0.0–186.4 mph)16.7 seconds
Super Sport:
14.6 seconds
0–400 km/h (0.0–248.5 mph)55 seconds
Standing quarter-mile (402 m)10.2 seconds (standard), 9.9 seconds
Braking31.4 m (from 100 km/h to 0)
Fuel economy
EPA city driving8 miles per U.S. gallon (29 L/100 km; 9.6 mpg-imp)EPA highway driving14 miles per U.S. gallon (17 L/100 km; 17 mpg-imp)
Top speed fuel economy3 miles per U.S. gallon (78 L/100 km; 3.6 mpg-imp), or 1.4 U.S. gal (5.3 L; 1.2 imp gal) per minute


Bugatti Veyron Specification
Bugatti Veyron Specification
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