As it concludes the first stage of testing, Hennessey expects its hypercar to exceed 311 mph when all 1,817 horses are made available.
Based on the French marque’s Type 35 racer, and with a top speed as high as 42 mph, the electric Baby II will be limited to 500 examples.
The Prancing Horse is charging ahead, but employee safety is still the priority.
On April 29, 2005, the Veyron 16.4 reached a top speed of 253.81 mph—but the French marque had more in store.
For those who dream of getting behind the wheel of the uber-exotic, 238 mph Pagani Huayra Roadster but find the £1.9million starting price too prohibitive, now there’s a leasing program to lend a hand with the hypercar. After making a down payment of £500,000, approved applicants will be required to remit £18,675 per month as […]