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American-Made Hennessey Venom F5 Supercar Unveiled at GIMS


The $1.6 million Venom F5 hypercar from American carmaker Hennessey made its 'global' debut at the Geneva International Motor Show on Tuesday. The carmaker claims that the F5 Venom is able to reach a top speed of over 300mph, which would make it the world’s fastest production vehicle. The lightweight chassis and carbon fibre bodywork give the F5 a curb weight of just under 3000 pounds, not the lightest supercar around. It remains to be seen whether the Venom F5 can actually deliver on the 300mph promise.

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