Hennessey Particular Automobiles, the Texas-based hypercar producer, presents the worldwide debut of the brand new Venom F5 Revolution Roadster hypercar, revealed in beautiful, uncovered carbon fiber. The Revolution Roadster follows final yr’s premiere of the roofless Venom F5 Roadster and this yr’s debut of the track-ready Venom F5 Revolution Coupe, combining one of the best traits of each fashions – visceral open-air motoring with a racing circuit focus.
The brand new Venom F5 Revolution Roadster is comprehensively re-engineered from its Coupe sibling for final efficiency on the street and observe with improved agility, uncompromised dealing with, and better downforce. A set of track-focused enhancements contains aerodynamic enhancements — considerably bigger entrance and rear splitters, dive planes on the entrance fascia, and a particular rear wing — retuned suspension, new wheels, and digital observe telemetry. The Revolution Roadster includes a high-mounted central air scoop, carried ahead from the Revolution Coupe, that delivers recent cool air to the F5’s engine bay.
Differentiating from the Coupe mannequin, the F5 Revolution Roadster’s roof has been re-engineered with a detachable panel crafted from inflexible carbon fiber composites. The only-piece roof is absolutely insulated towards the weather and lined with gentle Alcantara upholstery (the weatherproof panel is secured with 4 quick-release bolts and a pair of high-strength latches to face up to the hypercar’s staggering acceleration capabilities and aerodynamic forces at excessive velocity). The light-weight roof panel weighs a mere 18 lbs (8 kg), making removing and set up simple for one individual.
Paralleling all different Venom F5 fashions, mid-mounted within the carbon-fiber monocoque chassis is Hennessey’s celebrated twin-turbocharged, 6.6-liter, ‘Fury’ V8 combustion engine rated at an astonishing 1,817 bhp. As with the F5 Roadster, the Venom F5 Revolution Roadster includes a sturdy tempered glass engine viewing window as customary to highlight the formidable powerplant. The glass, about 4 instances stronger than unusual annealed glass, is encapsulated inside a detachable carbon fiber engine cowl that options intricately milled warmth extraction holes that match these within the rear bumper.
The debut of the Venom F5 Revolution Roadster at The Quail, a Motorsports Gathering, reveals the primary of 5 limited-edition ‘Naked Carbon’ fashions. Every individually commissioned hypercar of this sequence boasts a hand-placed carbon-fiber weave methodically organized in a herringbone sample to intensify the F5’s sleek strains. A deeply polished clearcoat protects the uncovered composite, whereas brilliant opaque paint gives gorgeous visible distinction from each angle.
John Hennessey, firm founder and CEO: “The brand new Venom F5 Revolution Roadster combines our track-focused hypercar with an open-top for an unmatched visceral driving expertise. This primary instance, a bespoke construct for a particular consumer, debuts our naked carbon end with its meticulous handcrafted uncovered carbon-fiber weave. Our hypercar is a timeless murals that’s as visually inspiring as it’s bodily participating, because of its 1,817-hp combustion-only twin-turbocharged V8.”
The Revolution Roadster is the fourth mannequin to hitch the Venom F5 household. Every of the 1,817 bhp variants shares the identical decathlete mission — uncompromised acceleration, braking, and dealing with — but all have been individually engineered for a particular mission. The sold-out F5 Coupe targets final high velocity. The open-roof F5 Roadster delivers a visceral expertise, and the F5 Revolution is track-focused. On the similar time, the brand new F5 Revolution Roadster fuses these fashions’ greatest traits — combining visceral open-air motoring with a racing circuit focus.
The brand new Venom F5 Revolution Roadster will make its international public debut on August 18 at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, throughout Monterey Automotive Week 2023. Priced from $3M and restricted to only 12 models — manufacturing is bought out —exclusivity is an understatement.