The new 2013 Venom GT Spyder will be limited built of only five units per year. Even with a steep price tag, Hennessey says it has already received two orders of the five Venom GT’s it will build for the 2013 model year.
Hennessey is a town in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 2,058 at the 2000 census.
Hennessey is named after Pat Hennessy, an Irish freighter who was killed at the present townsite in April, 1874. He was said to have been burned on a wagon wheel, either by native Cheyenne tribesmen or white horse thieves.
The Pat Hennessey Memorial Park can be found at the streets of Iowa and Arapaho. The location of his body is another story. Pat Hennessey was originally buried next to the location of his death in a shallow grave. Rocks were placed over his body, and teamsters passing by would continue to place markers on his grave. At some point in history Pat’s body was moved. It is possible Pat’s relatives came from Ireland and reclaimed his body. In any case, it is not at the marker site at Memorial Park: excavations there produced no remains.
Hennessey Venom GT is the Fastest Production Car in the World
Hennessey was able to massage more power out of the McLaren’s 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 by adding an upgraded intercooler system, air intake system, and ball-bearing turbochargers, as well as ECU updates and, of course, a new Hennessey titanium exhaust system. These updates will allow the MP4-12C to push out the aforementioned 800 HP.
Multi-driver technology allows speakers to more accurately recreate sounds that the human ear can hear. The multiple driver speaker systems produce a more complete range of frequencies than lesser quality sound systems often found on the retail market. Hennessey Audio employs this technology on all of its speaker systems.Company founder, John Hennessey claims that the speed of 265.7mph is the maximum that Venom GT can reach. “In order to achieve even better results we will continue to try. All we need is a longer runway or road sections, to reach the maximum that this car can provide,” said Hennessey. In early 2013 Venom GT entered the Guinness Book of World Records, since from 0 to 180mph accelerates in just 13.63 seconds.