How much would you pay for a car?
It’s just a question that shouldn’t be thought about as a car enthusiast, more or less as an enthusiast for the taste of grandeur, although it entirely depends on the type of car.
To enjoy the splendour of life, your car garage could cost an outrageous amount.
Remarkably, SSC Tuatara- signifies it’s essence as an hypercar to enjoy the thrills to float on land.
Taking favour in a $1.6 million car which butterfly door ushers one into it’s two seats cockpit which is somewhat bottonless unlike most hypercars which it’s controls is on a touch screen pad, as it takes it’s aerodynamics and extreme feat from a fighter jets.
SSC Tuatara is equipped with a 5.9L V8 engine controlled by a 7-speed GMA Robotized manual gear that displaces 1350hp on gasoline and 1750hp on E85.
SSC Tuatara is American hypercar that has taken over a decade of research and engineering before coming into fruition. The quest for superiority is still one to be seen over and over again; the superiority for speed, the superiority over the best as a new best arrives.
The goal of SSC Tuatara has been a long time dream of being the fastest car but yet to reach that feat still.
SSC Tuatara holds a record of fastest land speed car of 282.9 mph after beating Koenigsegg Agera RS.
Jerod Shelby, SSC Tuatara founder is confident of beating rival Bugatti after accepting recent claims of reaching a record breaking 331mph.
I still can recall in a drive with supercarblondie when she visited Washington to film the American hypercar with Jerod Shelby, Jerod Shelby displayed confidence in his hypercar of making that world record break.
SSC Tuatara are confident about making the 331 mph but since questions disclaim that speed record, SSC Tuatara took to their Instagram page to accept that the hypercar didn’t make the feat, “We would like to acknowledge officially that we did not reach the originally claimed speeds of 331 mph or even 301 mph in October of 2020,” the company said in a post to Instagram. “We were truly heartbroken as a company to learn that we did not reach this feat, and we are in an ongoing effort to break the 300 mph barrier transparently, officially, and undoubtedly.”
It’s a bold step taking and my confidence is in SSC Tuatara making the record.