While it may be a 1600bhp hypercar, the Hennessey Venom F5’s interior looks like it’s a comfortable place to be when gunning for the ludicrously fast 300mph target top speed.
Renderings of the car’s interiors show it clad in carbon fibre, with the lightweight composite covering parts of the steering wheel, doors, floor and dashboard, while plush Alcantara covers the seats, offering an alternative to leather.
Such hypercars normally keep the level of infotainment tech to a minimum to save weight and deliver mind-bending performance. But the Venom F5 still sports plenty of technology, including a digital dashboard that looks to serve up easy to read car data at a glance, handy when the trying to concentrate on handling masses of horsepower.
An F1-style rounded rectangular steering wheel is festooned with switches and buttons to tweak the Venom F5’s performance parameters on the fly as well as change radio stations. One render shows a display in the steering wheel itself offering up car information, though this is apparently for a racing version of the car, while the road-going Venom F5 will have the more traditional dashboard.
Another more traditional infotainment unit sits in the centre console providing additional car data and likely information about various navigation and entertainment services.
We didn’t spot any obvious speakers to hint at the audio system the Venom F5 could use, but we’d expect it to be pretty impressive given the the Venom F5’s hypercar credentials and a price tag likely to be well north of a million pounds.
All in all, the Venom F5 looks to be doing its best to be as comfortable as possible and blisteringly fast.
While Hennessey claims the Venom F5 will top 300mph, that speed has yet to be independently tested, so we’ll have to wait and see if the hypercar can hit record-breaking speeds without shattering drivers’ spines when it makes its debut somewhere between 2019 and 2020.
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