The Hennessey Venom F5 will have a bespoke biturbocharged 8.0-liter V8 motor delivering 1,600 strength and 1,300 pound-feetof torque. Hennessey claims a weight under 3,000 pounds and a drag coefficient of 0.33. The hypercar sports a carbon-fibertub, footing control, and a flexible suspension. Something that is feeling the loss of that is presently quite normal onhypercar autos – dynamic streamlined features. The F5 has no such innovation. In any case, Hennessey noticed the motorcould get two expansion turbos to help accomplish its 300-mph objective.
Amid the meeting with Automobile, Hennessey wouldn't give the name of the American planner behind the Venom F5. Hennessey told the magazine, "You would know his name. There’s a car within your eyesight right now that he’s designed. He’s done work with the other major brands. He wants to remain anonymous, but he’s one of the best in the world.”
Hennessey Venom F5 Interiors
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The interior is appointed according to the hypercar rule book with extensive use of high-grade materials. Carbonfibretrims the majority of the surfaces with swathes of stitched-leather covering the dashboard and door cards. Machined piecesof metal have been used for the prominent air-vents.
The design of the standard steering wheel sitting ahead of a digital dash display clearly draws inspiration frommotorsport, rectangular in shape and festooned with buttons. The dial below the left-hand horizontal spoke of the steeringwheel appears to be the gear-selector, surrounding a button labeled ‘engine’ that potentially cycles through differentmaps for the twin-turbo 7.4-litre V8. It’s difficult to make out the buttons on the carbonfibre spokes either side of thehub. Perhaps of most interest though is the red and black ‘boost’ button recessed into the Alcantara on the right of the wheel which suggests some kind of option to increase performance. The optional racing steering wheel offers something altogether different, relocating the dash-mounted, digital display to its centre in place of the Hennessey branded hub. The screen displaces numerous wheel-mounted buttons, so it’s possible that the functions they control can be accessed through the digitised interface.
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Hennessey Venom F5 Brakes & Suspension
Front Brakes 15.0 x 1.3-in. carbon-ceramic rotors, 6-piston Brembo fixed calipers
Rear Brakes 15.0 x 1.3-in. carbon-ceramic rotors, 6-piston Brembo fixed calipers
Front Suspension Unequal-length tubular A-arms, anti-roll bars
Rear Suspension Unequal-length tubular A-arms, anti-roll bars
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Hennessey Venom F5was officially revealed on November 1 at SEMA 2017. The auto is a record breaker with Hennessey promising 301 mph (484 kmph) of best speed and mouth watering execution numbers. The 7.4L, all aluminum V8 Bi-turbo motor on the Venom F5 is useful for 1600 HP and 1762 Nm of torque. This power essentially needs to pull 1340 kg Venom F5 and along these lines, 0-400 kmph comes directly under 20 seconds. They even claim Venom F5 to be sufficiently open to suit a 6-foot 6-inch driver effortlessly. Constrained to only 24 cases, every auto will cost $1.6 million in the US..