The SSC Tuatara has reportedly become the World's Fastest Production Car
A local news has said that American hypercar maker did a secret run in Nevada in which they have broken the record
Ladies and Gentlemen, get ready for some nerve tingling news. According to a local newspaper Pahrump Valley Times, the SSC Tuatara has become the world's fastest production car breaking the previous record set by the Koenigsegg Agera.
SSC did a secret run in Nevada with their 1,750 horsepower hypercar and have broken the Guinness World Record for the fastest production car.
The run took place State Route 160 in southern Nevada. In order to set the record, a car must do two runs to take care of the effects of headwinds and tailwinds. The average speed of both the runs is taken. The Agera averaged a speed of 277.9 mph.
While Bugatti did break the 300mph record with the Chiron SS, the hypercar only achieved 304mph while going in one direction. SSC also aims to break the 300mph record set by Bugatti with the Tuatara.
As of now, there is no official confirmation from SSC about this.