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This is the new Hennessy Venom F5.
It has been revealed in pictures ahead of the hypercar’s official launch tonight in Last Vegas at SEMA.
Hennessy is hoping that this car will become the fastest in the world and beat the new Bugatti Chrion.
Previously the American tuner has recorded the fastest speed a car has ever travelled, but it was never awarded the Guinness World Record as it only achieved the 270.49 in one direction.Related articles
So currently the official fastest car in the world is the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport World Record Edition which travelled at 258mph.
They will face tough competition from Bugatti which is also planning a world record run in 2018 with the new and improved Chiron.
However, Hennessey have their sights on obliterating Bugatti, teasing that the Venom F5 can travel in the region of 300mph.
John Hennessey has spent four years perfecting this car and has worked on more power, tech and aerodynamics.
HENNESSEYHennessy Venom F5 official pictures reveal hypercar's design
Powering the Venom F5 is a monstrous powertrain which produces an eye-watering 1,600bhp and also a drag coefficient of 0.33Cd, according to Top Gear.