What's the fastest production car to 300km/h? A Bugatti Veyron, perhaps? The Koenigsegg Agera R, maybe? Nope, it's a Texas-built supercar that goes by the name "Hennessey Venom GT".
The 928kW Venom GT has now set a Guinness World Record for reaching 300km/h in just 13.63 seconds, beating the Agera R by almost a second.
Hennessey conducted the speed test at Ellington Airport near Houston. To meet the regulations, the twin-turbo V8 Venom GT had to use street tyres, 93 octane petrol, and have the full interior installed.
Check out the video below. And make sure you turn the volume up for the ear-tingling soundtrack...