The project received funding at the end of last year
It could cost $32 million to attempt 1,000 mph.
The company went into administration.
We've been following the progress of the Bloodhound SSC supersonic land speed record car for a while. Last fall, it managed to complete some successful test runs. With those out of the way, the next step is the record attempt. The group behind the car announced that it will make an attempt in the fall of 2019, probably between October and November.
Will it reach 1000 mph – or enough backers?
"This is a proper fast car," says pilot Andy Green. "We came here to show the world Bloodhound is go."
It's the 20th anniversary of the Thrust SSC's run. Up next, the Bloodhound.
What is presumably the world's fastest car has been sitting still for a long time, but that might change in, well, a few months. A date has been set for the Bloodhound supersonic land-speed car to be tested for the first time - in October. Or in the words of the team's press release: "Bloodhound is go!" The testing at Cornwall Airport Newquay, in England, will come 20 years after RAF Wing Cmdr. Andy Green steered the Thrust SSC to the current record of 763.035 mph. Green is signed o
In October 2017, Andy Green and the team behind the Bloodhound supersonic car will attempt to set a new World Land Speed Record by hitting 800 MPH. Then, the Bloodhound SSC will make an attempt to hit 1,000 MPH.
The team behind Bloodhound SSC announce that a first attempt at a new World Land Speed Record will take place in October of 2017. Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
After years of development, the Bloodhound SSC land speed record car has been assembled and is ready for testing. Read about its debut in London.
As the unveiling of the record-ready 1000-mph car nears, we speak to the project's chief engineer about how the project has evolved and what finishing touches are needed.
Jaguar prepares a pair of XJRs to serve as Rapid Response Vehicles alongside the previously revealed F-Type Coupe R for the Bloodhound SSC land speed record attempt.
Jaguar uses an F-Type R Coupe to test the parachute that will form part of the braking system on the Bloodhound SSC as it pursues the land speed record.
Jaguar has equipped its F-Type R AWD coupe to serve as a rapid response vehicle for the Bloodhound SSC world land speed record attempt, set to debut at the Coventry MotoFest later this month.
The Bloodhound SSC is still preparing to reach 1,000 miles per hour. To make sure the vehicle is safe, the team shoots a hunk of metal at 2,300 miles per hour into its ballistic safety panel to see what happens.