0-60 ..BY THE TIME YOU READ THIS.
IT'S capable of reaching a top speed of 1000mph and accelerating from 0-60mph in one second - but would the Bloodhound SSC pass a fuel emissions test? The supersonic vehicle took years to build, using a mix of car and aircraft technology, and is powered by a jet engine and a rocket. The team who designed Bloodhound unveiled it yesterday in London and hope to break the world land speed record on a specially designed track in South Africa next year.
The current record of 763mph was set by another British car, Thrust SSC, in 1997.
FUTURISTIC The cockpit of the Bloodhound bears little resemblance to that of other cars