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Thursday, 2 November 2017

The Fastest Car In The World Of 482 Km/h With Rs 10 Crore - Hennessey Venom F5

Bulletincafe team comes with some interesting news. Worlds fastest car with 482 km/h named Hennessey Venom F5 with full features.
Just 24 illustrations are being manufactured and you must be picked by the proprietor John Hennessey to have the capacity to get one. Additionally you'll require around Rs 10 crore ($ 1.6 million) to get one.
Trust the Americans to depend on beast compel. While the Europeans, read Bugatti and Koenigsegg attempt to exceed each other, Texas-based Hennessey has dropped the notorious bomb on the procedures. The same folks who rained on the Veyron's parade. 
Meet the Hennessey Venom F5, named after the most capable tornado speed twists on the Fujita scale. 
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This beast is a hypercar to beat all hypercars. There is no crossover powertrain here that the eco-weenies continue nagging about. No pointless complexities of quad-turbos and endless radiators. The Venom F5 makes depends on the familiar aphorism of 'No trade for relocation'. It manages with a custom 7.4-liter aluminum V8 with twin turbochargers that assistance it direct out 1,600 hp! That is a 100 more than the Chiron! 
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In an auto that weighs 1,300 kg, that makes an interpretation of into an energy to-weight proportion that opponents contender planes. What's more, the speed claims are similarly as amazing. 300 km/h will come up in less than 10 seconds! The new in-vogue zero to 400 km/h and back to zero time of under 30 seconds is far snappier than Koenigsegg Agrera's 36.4 secs and Bugatti Chiron's 42 seconds! Top speed will be around 482 km/h!
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What's most noteworthy is that not at all like the Chrion that is made in a bespoke plant, the Venom F5 will be assembled in a workshop in Texas! In any case, that is not state it's missing at all. It is worked around a light weight case with a carbon fiber body. Insides are lined cowhide, alcantara and an Apple iPad interface. 
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The battle for the 300mph road-car prize just got real. Ladies and gentlemen, John Hennessey is – once again – going into bat against Bugatti for the title of the world’s fastest car with this: the 1,600bhp Venom F5. Yes, that’s correct: 300mph.
Not that John’s ever lost the title of the world’s fastest car, that is. The Not-Guinness-Certified-But-Still-Chuffing-Quick 1,244bhp, 270.49mph Hennessey Venom GT is still, technically, the fastest car in the world. Just in one direction.
Bugatti of course, has built a faster car called the Chiron. And is planning a top speed run in 2018. So, not wanting to be Top Trumped, Hennessey is rearming with the F5 to futureproof his pride; a car he’s spent some four years perfecting.
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Named after a particularly destructive breed of tornado (not the refresh button on your keyboard), it’s the latest road-legal land rocket to conform to Hennessey’s ‘Minimal Maximus’ philosophy (that’s Texan Latin for big power and lightweight), just with more aero, more tech and, of course, even more power.
Compared with its predecessor, the F5 has made huge advances in aerodynamics – largely from not having to put a Lotus through a mangle. Thanks to being a clean-sheet design - it’s a bespoke, built-from-the-ground-up, carbon-bodied hypercar with a carbon tub - the F5 has a much sleeker front, sculpted and functional rear (to dissipate a lot of heat), trick rear diffuser and completely flat floor that makes it a lot slipperier and pointier than its predecessor.
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In fact, everything on the F5 has been vacuum-packed into a silhouette with a drag coefficient of 0.33Cd. The Venom GT had a drag factor of 0.44Cd – meaning it’d need 2,500bhp to hit 300mph. The F5 needs less. But still a lot. 1,600bhp, just so you’re clear.
It all comes from a bespoke 7.4-litre aluminium V8 with two hefty turbos grafted on. Chiron-esque sequential quad-turbos were discussed, but binned for being too heavy. Same story for hybrid powertrains.
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“I’m a purist,” Hennessey tells us. “I like simple, elegant functionality, and that’s not a knock against hybrids, but they’re for the big OEMs to do.”
Sitting mid-ship, that monstrous engine sends all its power and 1,300lb ft of torque to two very fat, very sticky rear wheels via a seven-speed single-clutch paddle-shift gearbox. If you want a real rodeo, you can spec a manual gearbox, but we’re told that you’ll be fighting with trick GPS-based traction control all the way up to 140mph regardless – so it might be best to have both hands on the steering wheel.

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