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-Prakhar Mathur, Admin of Cool And Awesome Cars.

Hennessey Venom GT

The Hennessey Venom GT is an American sports car manufactured by Texas-based Hennessey Performance Engineering. It was revealed on March 29, 2010.

On January 21, 2013, the Venom GT set a Guinness Book of Records for the fastest production car from 0–300 kilometres per hour (0–186 mph) with an average acceleration time of 13.63 seconds. In addition, the car set an unofficial record for 0–200 mph (0–322 km/h) acceleration at 14.51 seconds, beating the Koenigsegg Agera R’s time of 17.68 seconds, making it the unofficial fastest accelerating car in the world.

On April 3, 2013, the Hennessy Venom GT crested 427.6 km/h (265.7 mph) over the course of 2 miles (3.2 km) during testing at United States Naval Air Station Lemoore in Lemoore, California. Hennessey used two VBOX 3i data logging systems to document the run and had VBOX officials on hand to certify the numbers.

On February 14, 2014, on the Kennedy Space Center’s 3.22-mile shuttle landing strip in Florida, the Hennessey team recorded a top speed of 270.49 mph (435.31 km/h) with Director of Miller Motorsport Park, Brian Smith, at the wheel. As the run was in a single direction and only 11 cars have been produced to date (to qualify it must be 30), it does not qualify as the world’s fastest production car in the Guinness Book of Records.

Suzuki Boulevard M109R (Suzuki Intruder 1800)

For 2008, a new aerodynamic single headlight option with attractive chrome housing and stylish good looks.
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The Boulevard M109R Limited Edition comes with a sporty racing stripe, checkerboard background gauge package, clear taillight lens with red LED’s and a stylish textured seat.
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A new model, Boulevard M109R2 (Intruder M1800R2 in Europe) was launched for the 2008. It’s a variation of the original with a streamlined headlight cover carrying a unique trapezoidal shaped multi reflector H4 halogen headlight and a maintanance free LED tail light built into the tailsection.

Nissan 370Z

 

The Nissan 370Z (known as the Fairlady Z Z34 in Japan) is a sports car manufactured by Nissan Motors. It was announced on October 29, 2008 and was first shown at an event in Los Angeles ahead of the 2008 Greater LA Auto Show, before being officially unveiled at the show itself. The 370Z is the sixth-generation of the Nissan Z-car line, succeeding the 350Z.

 

Lamborghini Urus

The Lamborghini Urus SUV concept would be much lighter about 100 kg (220 lb) than some other SUVs because of extensive usage of carbon fiber, although is it based on the same platform as the Audi Q7, Bentley EXP 9 F, Porsche Cayenne, and Volkswagen Touareg. The Urus Super SUV will feature a 584 bhp (435 kW; 592 PS) turbocharged 5.2 liter V10 engine by Audi that includes an electric motor with plug-in capability. The Urus has a front-engine, all-wheel-drive layout. The Urus is approximately 16 feet (4.9 m) long, but only about 5.5 feet (1.7 m) high. Top Speed Of 205 mph. Lamborghini is still considering this a concept car and are making decisions about tire size and engine type. The Urus seats four people

 

 

 

Suzuki Hayabusa

 

The Suzuki Hayabusa (or GSX1300R) is a sport bike motorcycle made by Suzuki since 1999. It immediately won acclaim as the world’s fastest production motorcycle, with a top speed of 188 to 194 miles per hour (303 to 312 km/h).

Hayabusa  is Japanese for “peregrine falcon”, a bird that often serves as a metaphor for speed due to its vertical hunting dive, or stoop, speed of 180 to 202 miles per hour (290 to 325 km/h), the fastest of any bird. In particular, the choice of name was made because the peregrine falcon preys on blackbirds,which reflected the intent of the original Hayabusa to unseat the Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird as the world’s fastest production motorcycle.Eventually, the Hayabusa managed to surpass the Super Blackbird by at least a full 10 miles per hour (16 km/h).