Hennessey Venom GT Reviews
The Hennessey Venom GT can place all of it is power to the earth with the assistance of an adjustable traction-control system. The Venom GT re-defines supercar performance while having the ability to really go from zero to 200 miles per hour within 16 seconds - almost 8 seconds faster than the Bugatti Veyron 16.4.
Inside, the Hennessey Venom GT combines hightech components with supple luxurious. Machined metal-meets carbon-fiber - all encompassed by leather - to create an unforgettable cockpit.
Road car is met by f1. The Hennessey Venom GT uses a number of the very hightech racing parts available now, to optimize the power - to - weight ratio. Including using carbon fibre body panels and hybrid wheels made of both carbon fibre and forgedaluminum.
The Hennessey Venom GT has an active suspension system which adjusts ride height based on changing conditions. The system enables a variety of adjustment up-to 2.4 inches (6 cm), enabling the driver to lift the Venom GT to be able to browse things like a drive or perhaps a parking garage.
All parts aboard the Hennessey Venom GT are assembled for function, not flash. An AP Racing multi-disk clutch transfers the engine's copious energy while staying easy-to modulate.
With sidelong acceleration well exceeding 1 g - Force, body support for residents comes in the kind of racespec, deepside bucket seats which are coated in fine leather and built of carbon-fiber.
"The Venom GT just expresses the super-car that I've always wanted creating for myself. I needed a nimble, light-weight, midengine chassis with a strong American V-8 engine. Optimum power-to-weight ratio is crucial for a performance car, which is the basis to your auto. The aim? The top overall performing and best-looking roadlegal super-car that people could assemble." -- John Hennessey
Hennessey Venom GT review
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