It’s been three years since Hennessey Performance Engineering revealed a rather detail-lacking prototype version of the Venom F5, but we have to give the company credit because on Tuesday the Texas-based tuner revealed what it calls the final production car. And here it is in all its glory. Yep, it even has an interior.
It also checks off basically any modern supercar’s must-have list. Carbon fiber chassis? Yes. A massive engine with forced induction? You know it. Aerodynamics sculpted to pursue speed? You bet. For HPE, it’s the culmination of loads of work to bring founder John Hennessey’s vision to life, and if the company has its way, it’ll be the fastest production car in the world with a promised top speed of over 311 mph. HPE thinks it can do 334 mph, but it doesn’t plan to try.