Thursday, June 9, 2011

5 World's Fastest Vehicle

1. USS Albacore (AGSS-569): Fastest Underwater Vehicle in the World On the surface speed of 25 knots and 33 knots when submerged, the USS Albacore (AGSS-569) is the fastest vehicle in the underwater world. This ship is a unique research submarine that pioneered the American version of teardrop hull shape of modern submarines. Enacted in 1952 and launched in 1953.

 2. Aquada: Fastest Amphibious Car in the World In the Air On the Ground The Aquada is the fastest amphibious vehicle ever built, equipped with an HSA (High Speed ​​Amphibian) technology from the British company Gibbs Technologies. On land, he is capable of a maximum speed of 160 km / h or 100 mph and 50 km / h or 30 mph (26 knots) on water. Vehicles equipped with a mid-mounted V6 petrol engine, driving the rear wheels. 

This is a high-speed amphibious vehicle. This unique machine was developed in England and Detroit and is expected to go on sale in the United States this year with a price of $ 85,000.

3. Windt's Hovercraft: Hovercraft Fastest in the World The World's Hovercraft Speed ​​Record on September 18, 1995 which was held in Portugal dimenangkankan by Bob Windt of the U.S. with a speed of 137.4 km / h or 85.87 mph.

Windt former aeronautical engineer at McDonnell Douglas, is the founder of Universal Hovercraft and regarded as "the godfather" personal hovercraft by the Learning Channel Junkyard.

4. Bentley Continental GT: Fastest Car on Ice Bentley Continental GT is currently the fastest car in the world's ice runway, breaking the previous record of 296 km / h (184 mph) was achieved by a Bugatti EB110 Supersport.

This amazing car is equipped with a 6.0L, twin-turbocharged W12 engine, producing 552 hp (412 kW) and with a top speed of 198 mph (319 km / h). In 2007, Bentley Continental GT Speed ​​piloted by four times World Rally Champion Juha Kankkunen speed records on the basis of frozen ice in the Baltic Sea near Oulu, Finland That's an average of 321.6km / h (199.86 mph) in both directions in "kilometers fly ", reaching a maximum speed of 331 km / h (207 mph).

5. Hayabusa means the Peregrine Falcon and also known as the GSX1300R in some countries. first introduced by Suzuki motorcycle in 1999.

It has a 1340 cc (81.7 cu in) inline-4 engine and are consistently tested as the production of the world's fastest motorcycle. model which in 2008 sold for U.S. $ 11,999.

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