If you had your heart set on a less conventional kind of supercar, you can cross Hennessey off of your list. The performance house announced it has built its final Hennessey Venom GT for consumers, according to Autoblog.
Not that there are many roaming the world to begin with. Since the vehicle’s inception, HPE has built just 12 Venom GTs; six are hardtops while the other half are roadsters.
The final Venom GT has been finished in glacier blue with white stripes and packs the same twin-turbo 7.0-liter LS7 V8 engine we know and love, cranking out 1,451 hp in the process.
But, turn that frown upside down, those of you with a death wish via high speeds. HPE confirmed the development of the Venom F5, which is targeting the Bugatti Chiron.
The team is reportedly “deep into the CAD/CATI design phase” of the Venom F5 and will soon be undergoing aero simulations.
“We’ve attained some pretty incredible achievements with the Venom GT,” said Hennessey. But, he said we should look forward to seeing the Venom reborn later this year with the F5.