3D printed steering wheel helps Bloodhound supersonic car hit 210 mph in 8 seconds

3D printed steering wheel helps Bloodhound supersonic car hit 210 mph in 8 seconds

The Bloodhound SSC supersonic car has made its first public runs, hitting 210 mph in 8 seconds at Cornwall Airport Newquay in the UK. The car, which has a 3D printed steering wheel tailored to driver Andy Green’s specifications, is targeting a world record land speed of 1,000 mph. Around 3,500 spectators were present in Cornwall for the first public runs of the Bloodhound SSC, a UK-made vehicle aiming to shatter the land speed world record of 763.035 mph. Although the test drives didn’t come close to the vehicle’s targeted 1,000 mph, they still wowed an audience containing members […]

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