This modded Charger, also known as the ‘Omega Hellcat’, has a stock transmission and supercharger.
Mark Higgins set a new record of 40 minutes 58.08 seconds on the 84.34-km section.
With a few modifications from Porsche and Manthey Racing, the car managed the Nurburgring in 6:40.3.
180 Patrols gathered at the Dubai Rugby 7s stadium and were driven in two concentric lines, in opposite directions.
To quote the automaker, it’s “the fastest fully-fledged four-seater production car”; still not quicker than Jaguar’s XE SV Project 8, though.
The Abarth 124 Spider managed to perform the world’s fastest figure of eight, five times between two cars.
The company behind the Bloodhound SSC went into administration and calls for potential investors.
That’s nearly 100 mph faster than a modern F1 racer can go, even at Monza.
He also believes the 0-60 mph benchmark has become irrelevant now that so many EVs deliver sub-3-second times.
The Jaguar XE 300 Sport returned to the former home of the French Grand Prix, and set a lap record in the process.
Skoda has just cemented its name in the Guinness book of World Records by helping a martial artist catch an arrow.
The 2019 Bonneville Jetta recorded a track speed of 210.16 mph (338.15 km/h) at the Salt Flats.