Unbeknownst to many, the new Hennessy Venom is not just about breaking F5 speed records. Interestingly, Venom F5 is the brand’s gift for its 30th anniversary next year. Recently, Hennessy unveiled a performance product Venom F5 To see the whole world. As expected, the Texas-based tuner and supercar builder left no stone unturned for its latest creation.
“Our customers love the speed, so we’re removing the boundaries to try out the world’s fastest production car record, but the Venom F5 is more than just speed and power,” said John Hennessy, founder and president of the Hennessy Exhibition.
John Hennessy and his team of Wizard Tuners at Hennessy Performance are creating the craziest, fastest and most mind-blowing vehicles I can remember. Hennessy Viper Venom 1000 with permanent memory along with Hennessy’s recent creations Hennessy Venom GT, Ram TRX Mammoth 6 × 6, And Ford F-150 Venom 800.
However, those vehicles are based on actual production models, but the latest Venom F5 is Hennessy’s first 100 percent bespoke and ultra – exclusive hyper sports car. We got its air first Back in 2014, And the brand has been playing social media channels ever since. But now, it’s finally here, and has the muscle to back up its record-breaking ability.
The 2021 Hennessy Venom F5 produces 1,817 horsepower and 1,193 pound-feet of torque with a terrific 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V8 motor. This new motor was specially built by Hennessy Performance and earned the nickname ‘Fury’. I do not know about you, but naming the Fury as the Flying V8 is serious business.
Most importantly, the Venom F5 weighs just 2,999 pounds (1,360 kilograms), mostly carbon-fiber body panels and a bespoke carbon-fiber monocoque tub. With a power-to-weight ratio of 1,298 hp-kilo (1,34 hp / kg) per tonne, the Venom F5 can run from dead stop to 60 mph in less than three seconds.
Feels impressive? There are many more. Venom F5 goes from zero to 124 mph in five seconds. Five. If that is not enough, Hennessy will aim for speeds in excess of 311 mph (500 kph). According to Hennessy, the full-speed test for its Venom F5 at the NASA Space Landing Facility in Florida will end in the first half of 2021.
“Our customers love to break records and push engineering boundaries to develop the fastest car in the world,” Hennessy said. “But with the F5, we want to create a real decathlete, which is a lot faster than a car.”
Ensuring Venom F5’s’ Decathlete ‘Personality Legendary racing driver, vehicle setup expert and F5 chief engineer John’ Heinrocket ‘Henrici, who has spent the past 38 years as head of General Motors’ high-performance vehicle division. The Henrici F5 is benchmarked as one of the best in the world McLaren 600 LT And Porsche Cayman GT4.
“With the F5, we started with a blank sheet of paper and it allowed me to draw the best parts of the cars I had worked with throughout my career,” Henrici said. “Our intense track and road development ensures that this car is operated as one of the best hypercars in the world and works wonderfully.”
Forged aluminum wheels, ultra-light weight Penskey suspension dampers and carbon-ceramic brakes are the reason for further reduction of the inseparable mass. Meanwhile, its ‘Fury’ engine is mounted low on the vehicle’s substructure to maintain a low center of gravity. Equipped with Michelin Pilot Cup Sport 2 tires (265/35 R19 front and 345/30 R20 rear), we consider the Venom F5 to be as agile as the minicar.
“This car performs wonderfully, the quality is exceptional, there are more than 3,000 bespoke parts, the materials are delicate, everything is a fitting tribute to the 30 year old Hennessy brand,” Hennessy said.
The Venom F5 features a seven-speed SIMA single-clutch automated manual transmission, which drives the rear wheels via a limited-slip differential. The gearbox has close ratios at the lower end of the spectrum to provide Swift acceleration, while longer gears have higher rates to unlock the F5’s top speed capability.
Style-wise, the Venom F5 It hasn’t changed much since it started six years ago. It still has a fighter jet-inspired cockpit, elegant headlights and a low-slang, curvy body adorned with wings, flaps, diffusers and cutout channels. One thing is for sure though: Venom goes as fast as the F5 looks.
Inside, the Cockpit of Venom F5 A display of genuine Scottish leather and satin-finish carbon fiber, supplied by Muirhead (Europe’s oldest tannery, founded in 1840) to ensure the best quality. Alcantara completes the hand-crafted interior to inspire a sporty vibe. It features a 9.0-inch alpine touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay / Android auto connectivity, Bluetooth and satellite navigation.
Everything is bigger in Texas, and the American supercar is no bigger (figuratively), worse and worse than the 2021 Hennessy Venom F5. Hennessy Performance only produces 24 units of the Venom F5 (12 for the United States, 12 for the world), with base prices starting at $ 2.1 million each.
Here’s a fun fact about Hennessy’s newest Venom F5: The F5 got its name from the highest category of wind speed on the Fujita tornado intensity scale. Category F5 tornadoes have wind speeds greater than 318 mph.
With the arrival of Venom F5, the storm weather is on the other horizon Super car Manufacturers.