American firm Hennessey Performance called the power of the engine hypercar Venom F5. Instead of the previously anticipated 1600 horsepower “eight” will issue 1842 power, for which he received the nickname of Fury – fury.
The displacement V8 for the Vemon F5 – 6.6 liters. The engine was made from a solid aluminum billet intake manifold with integrated air-to-water intercooler, lightweight steel camshaft, titanium inlet valves and exhaust from Inconel, a four-level system of lubrication dry sump and twin-scroll turbocharger with ball bearings and a titanium exhaust.
The peak power of the eight – 1842 horsepower and 1617 Nm of torque, and 1356 Newtons available from 2000 rpm all the way to the cut-off on the 8000. For comparison, the 8.0 W16 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ has a capacity of 1600 forces and 1,600 Nm of torque and the 5.0 V8 in the Koenigsegg Jesko – 1600 forces and 1526 Nm. Electric Lotus Evija out of the competition: he has 2000 power and 1,700 Nm of torque.
The Hennessey Venom F5 hypercar made its debut in 2017 at the SEMA show. It is built on a new lightweight chassis made entirely of carbon fiber. Vehicle weight – less than 1.3 tons. Have Venom F5 has no active aerodynamics, but the drag coefficient reaches of 0.33. While the predecessor F5 – Venom GT – this indicator was equal to 0,44 and the Bugatti Chiron is 0.38.