The battle to be the fastest continues to happen among the car manufacturers and the speed enthusiast. Now, a new record for the fastest car recently printed in the Guinness Book of World Records. Super car was Hennessey Venom GT is now oust itself as the fastest car in the world in terms of acceleration from rest to 300 km / h. The record was created when the Hennessey Venom GT can accelerate up to 186.411 mi / h or about 300 km / h in just 13.63 seconds. Note the impressive time it was listed on a runway in Texas, USA. Similarly, reported Worldcarfans. Before breaking the record is actually a video that shows a Hennessey Venom GT is capable of racing up to 230 miles / hour or about 370 km / h in less than 20 seconds was uploaded Hennessey. That number alone is already making shaking his head. Therefore, the car with the highest topspeed moment, Bugatti Veyron only able raced to 200 miles / hour or 322 km / h in 24.2 seconds.
Hennessey Venom GT 2013 model year alone holding a V8 engine with a capacity of 7.0 liters. The machine is then paired with a twin-turbo capable of making this car spewing tremendous power to 1,500 hp, more than the Hennessey Venom GT model year 2012 which is only powered 1200 hp. In a statement related Hennessey this record, they admit that a modification of the Nissan Skyline extreme previously had recorded a time of 13.72 seconds to reach a speed of 300 km / h, slightly slower than them.