'Super sonic car' may one day travel over 1,000 miles per hour
They team behind the car are aiming to break the world land speed record of 763 mph.
NEWQUAY AIRPORT, BRITAIN — The Bloodhound Super Sonic Car performed its very first public run last week, clocking in a speed of 210 miles per hour, reported the BBC.
When complete, the car will be fitted with two engines. One of which is a jet engine that is also on the Eurofighter aircraft. This can clock in speeds of 650 miles per hour.
The second is e a rocket engine. This is expected to help it travel at over 1,000 miles per hour.
The car is also comprised of over 3,500 parts, many of which are tailor-made.
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