After the announcement of the 2010 Venom GT supercar's debut information, pricing and specifications, from Hennessey Performance Engineering are now showing us some computational fluid dynamics (CFD) images of the car.

As we can see from the graphics below, the adjustable rear wing on the Venom GT also acts as an air brake. The CFD calculations shows that the Hennessey Venom will generate up to 1.5 negative g's under deceleration. So this air brake combined with the HPE carbon ceramic brake system should make from 200 mph to 0 to happen in about 7 seconds flat.

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How about 0 - 200 mph - 0 in 20 seconds flat??? From Hennessey Performance Engineering said : Maybe, we will see sometime in 2010.

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