SSC Confirms They Lied, Tuatara Didn't Hit 301 Mph, Let Alone 331 Mph!
Last fall, SSC took the car world by surprise when the Tuatara supposedly hit 331 mph (533 kph). However, as it turns out, it was bogus, and that’s not a rumor, but official confirmation from the North American automaker themselves.
In a recent Instagram post, Shelby SuperCars (SSC) has confirmed what some were already suspecting, that the Tuatara hypercar didn’t hit 331 mph. As a matter of fact, they have yet to officially break the 300 mph (483 barrier).
“We have seen your questions for months now and understand your frustrations,” SSC wrote. “If it hasn’t been made clear up to this point, we would like to acknowledge officially that we did not reach the originally claimed speeds of 331 mph or even 301 mph in October of 2020.”
The car company added that they were “truly heartbroken” to “learn that we did not reach this feat.” On a more positive note, they also said that they are “in an ongoing effort to break the 300 mph barrier transparently, officially, and undoubtedly.” They ended the post by thanking “those who …
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