We live in world of wonder, and technology keeps amazing us with its many "mysteries". Anyways, today am bringing to you a car that can travel from Kumasi to Accra in just 30 minutes. A journey which will usually take 4 to 5 hours. You don't believe me? Let me break it down for you.
This car goes by the name SSC Tuatara. It is a sports car manufactured in the USA. It took seven years just to plan the design of this car. It was released in 2018 with a price of 2 million dollars, that is an equivalent of 100 billion in old Ghana Cedis.
On October 10, 2020, the car broke a world record as the fastest car we have ever seen. It recorded a speed of an unbelievable 316mph or 508km/hr. This simply means that on a straight uninterrupted road, it can cover 316 miles or 508km in just one hour. This is something that has never been seen before.
Now let's bring it to our 'Kumasi-Accra" journey. The distance from Kumasi to Accra is 251km, which usually takes us almost 5 hours. But with this car, be sure to make it in 30 minutes.
Another interesting thing about this car is that it can change it's height from the ground to avoid damage by speed ramps or pot holes. I hope we will all want to ride in something like that, but the price is something else.
The outward appearance of this car is so appealing and I bet the inside even takes it to a whole new level. Take a look at some of the interior pictures of the car below.
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